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:: Cal Poly Applied Math Seminar ::


Location: Math Dept Seminar Room (25-208B)
Time: Mondays 4:10pm – 5:00pm


Date: Speaker: Title:
10/9/06 All interested parties Organizational meeting
10/30/06 Paul Choboter Arrested Ekman Layers: The Natural Development of Near-Frictionless Ocean Currents over the Continental Slope
11/06/06 Eric Mehiel
Aerospace Engineering
Lyapunov Theory with Applications to Control of Spacecraft (abstract)
11/20/06 Al Jiminez Curving along towards the minimum of a nonlinear function
12/05/06*
Rm 53-202
11:10am
Greg Holloway*
Institute of Ocean Sciences
Sidney, B.C.
California Currents of the Arctic Ocean (abstract)
T.B.A.
(Winter)
Colleen Kirk Advances in the study of blow-up and quenching problems: some applications of nonlinear integral equations
T.B.A.
(Winter)
Jim Mueller Applications of Dimensional Analysis in Applied Mathematics

*Please note: Greg Holloway's talk is being presented as part of the Mathematics Department's Colloquium series, and is not at the applied math seminar time, day, or location. His talk is listed here because the topic is of particular interest to those in applied mathematics.

Previous years' seminars: Winter and Spring 2006


To schedule a seminar, please contact Paul Choboter.
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