Comp Math Seminar at Clemson University, Fall 2013

The seminar is scheduled for Tuesday, 12:30pm - 01:30pm in Martin M-305 (unless noted in the table). You can also register this calendar using XML, ICAL or HTML (you can copy it into your google calendar).

Date Speaker Title
08/27 no talk
09/03 Vincent J. Ervin
(Clemson Univ.)
Approximation of Darcy Fluid Flow equations in an Axisymmetric Domain
09/10 Leo Rebholz
(Clemson Univ.)
A stabilization of grad-div type with reduced sparsity
09/17 Qingshan Chen
(Clemson Univ.)
Considerations in the design of numerical schemes for geophysical flows
09/24 Maxim A. Olshanskii
(University of Houston)
Eulerian Finite element method for parabolic equations posed on evolving surfaces
10/01 Chuan Li
(Physics, Clemson Univ.)
Parallel computing of solving Poisson-Boltzmann equation and calculating corresponding electrostatics for large macromolecules and complexes
10/08 Paul Kuberry
(Clemson Univ.)
A decoupling algorithm for fluid-structure interaction problems based on optimization
10/17 Abigail Bowers
(Clemson Univ.)
Please note the different date (same room, same time)
Numerical study of a regularization model for incompressible flow with adaptive nonlinear filtering
10/22 Abner J. Salgado
(University of Tennessee, Knoxville)
A PDE Approach to Fractional Diffusion in General Domains
10/29 Christopher L. Cox
(Clemson Univ.)
Nonlinear Weighted Least Squares Finite Element Methods for Stokes, Generalized Newtonian, and Viscoelastic Flows
11/05 Shuhan Xu
(Clemson Univ.)
Numerical study for non-Newtoninan fluid-structure interaction
11/12 Sapna Sarupria
(Chem. and Biomolecular Eng, Clemson Univ.)
Understanding ice formation in clouds using computer simulations
11/19 Paul Kuberry
(Clemson Univ.)
12:00 pm, Decoupling Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems by Optimization (Thesis Proposal)
11/26 (thanksgiving week)
12/06 Hans-Werner van Wyk
Note: talk is on Friday, 2:30pm, room: M-305
Uncertainty Quantification, Multilevel Sampling Methods and Parameter Identification

For questions, comments, or to receive the announcements please contact Timo Heister.