Location: Math Dept Seminar Room (25-208B)
Time: Tuesdays, 1:10pm-2:00pm
The applied math seminar is open to any and all interested participants. We discuss topics in which mathematics is used to solve a wide range of scientific and engineering problems. Applied math faculty will present some of the seminars, but faculty from other departments are also encouraged to discuss their projects in this seminar series.
|Sept. 27, 2011||Al Jimenez||Sparse Hessian Factorization in Curved Trajectories for Unconstrained Minimization (Abstract)|
|Oct. 25, 2011||Paul Choboter||Recent advances in upwelling theory and connections to the Obstacle Problem (Abstract)|
|Nov. 15, 2011||William Ahlgren||The Dual-Fuel Strategy: An Energy Transistion Plan (Abstract)|
|Feb. 22, 2012||Alex M. Gerber, Matthew J. Rodrigues||A Characterization of Pleistocene Climate as Revealed by Empirical Mode Decomposition (Abstract)|
|Mar. 9, 2012||Nathan Taylor||Modeling Heat Stress with Enzyme Kinetics: A Mathematical Approach (Abstract)|
Previous years' seminars: Winter and Spring 2006, Fall 2006 - Spring 2007 Fall 2007 - Spring 2008 Fall 2008 - Spring 2009 Fall 2009 - Spring 2010 Fall 2010 - Spring 2011
To schedule a seminar, please contact Charles D. Camp.