The focus of this seminar is various methods in scientific computing, the analysis of their convergence properties and computational efficiency, and their adaptation to specific applications. Questions or comments about the seminar should be sent to David Bindel or Alex Vladimirsky. Please go here if you wish to subscribe to the seminar announcement mailing list.
The seminar meets Mondays, 1:25-2:15 pm, in 5126 Upson Hall.
|Numerical analysis for nonlinear eigenvalue problems|
|Exact particle methods and gradient-augmented level set approaches|
|Boundary Value Problems and Solvers for ODEs|
|Oct 12||FALL BREAK|
Charlie Van Loan,
|The Kronecker Product SVD (slides)|
Adjoint solution-based small-inclusion asymptotics of cost functions,
with application to defect identification
ME, Carnegie Mellon
High Fidelity Geometric Modeling and Finite Element Mesh Generation
from Volumetric Imaging Data with Applications in Computational Mechanics
Argonne National Lab
|Estimating Computational Noise in Numerical Simulations|
|Enabling reduced-order dynamics for graphics, haptics and sound|
|Fruit Flies Modulate Passive Wing Pitching to Generate In-Flight Turns|
See also the preliminary schedule for Spring 2010.