Unless otherwise noted, the Applied Math seminar is held on Fridays from 3:004:20 pm in the Classroom and Office Building #1 (COB1) Room 263.
Tea and cookies will be served from 3:003:20 pm.
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Current contact: Prof. Erica Rutter (erutter2@ucmerced.edu)
Changes and cancelations may appear due to current situation with COVID19.
Spring 2020 Seminars

February 28: Stéphane Gaudreault (Meteorological research division, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Government of Canada), "An applied mathematical view of meteorology and weather prediction" [flyer]

CANCELED: April 10: Jeff Hittinger (Lawrence Livermore National Lab)

CANCELED: April 17: Linda Petzold (UCSB), in conjunction with the Applied Math Department 15 Year Anniversary

April 24: X Prochaska (UCSC)

May 1: Amala Mahadevan (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute), in partnerhsip with the Department of Physics
Fall 2019 Seminars

August 30: Paul Tranquilli (Lawrence Livermore National Lab), "RosenbrockKrylov methods for large systems of differential equations" [flyer]

September 13: Anna Ma (UC San Diego), "Variants of the randomized Kaczmarz algorithm and their applications" [flyer]

September 27: Daniele Venturi (UC Santa Cruz), "Datadriven computational optimal control algorithms for stochastic dynamical systems" [flyer]

October 4: Christel Hohenegger (University of Utah), "Simulations of particles in a thermally fluctuating viscoelastic fluid" [flyer]

October 11: Benedikt Harrer (San Jose State University), "Active, collaborative learning in physics: Modeling energy dynamics with energyinteraction diagrams" [flyer]

October 18: Jacob (Koby) Rubinstein (Technion  Israel Institute of Technology), "Optimal transport and geometrical optics" [flyer]

October 25: YuHang Tang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), "Marginalized Graph Kernels for Learning on Molecules: Theory, Software Stack, and Applications" [flyer]

November 8: Lisa J. Fauci (Tulane university), "Helical swimming and helical buckling  explorations in elastohydrodynamics at the microscale" [flyer]

November 22: Vladimir Rosenhaus (CSU Chico), "Invariant, partially invariant, and semiinvariant solutions of nonlinear PDEs, and surfactantdriven flows" [flyer]
Spring 2019 Seminars

February 15: Zack Powell (UC Berkeley), "Coral Larval Connectivity in the South China Sea: a Model Example for Acropora millepora from Reefs in the Spratly Islands"

March 15: Sarah Hamilton (Marquette University), "Robust Electrical Impedance Tomography Imaging: Extensions of Dbar Methods to Deep Learning and Super Resolution" [flyer]

April 12: Will Pazner (Lawrence Livermore National Lab), "Efficient Solvers and Sparse Discretizations for very Highorder Finite Element Methods" [flyer]

April 19: Karen E. Willcox (Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, UT Austin), "Data to Decisions: Computational Methods for the Next Generation of Engineering Systems" [flyer] (Note: this is a special applied math seminar, part of the SIAM Student Chapter Conference, time and location: 1:30pm  3:00pm, COB2 140) [conference flyer]

May 10: Ludvig af Klinteberg (Simon Fraser University), "A Hybrid Integral Equation Method for the NavierStokes Equations" [flyer]