Applied Math & Analysis

As part of the Department of Mathematics, the Applied Mathematics Program hosts this ongoing series of seminars. The presentations cover a broad range of topics including numerical analysis, ordinary and partial differential equations, nonlinear systems, scientific computing, dynamical systems theory, mathematical biology, pattern formation, and complex physical systems.

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Last updated: 2018/01/16 - 10:05am
Yat Tin Chow (UCLA)
Monday, January 22 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

In this talk we discuss an algorithm to overcome the curse of dimensionality, in possibly non-convex/time/state-dependent Hamilton-Jacobi partial differential equations. They may arise from optimal...

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Tristan Buckmaster (Princeton University)
Wednesday, January 24 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

Elina Robeva (MIT)
Wednesday, January 31 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

Eitan Tadmor (University of Maryland)
Wednesday, February 14 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

Edges are noticeable features in images which can be extracted from noisy data using different variational models. The analysis of such models leads to the question of representing general L^2-data as...

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Charlie Doering (University of Michigan)
Friday, February 16 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

For any quantity of interest in a system governed by nonlinear differential equations it is natural to seek the largest (or smallest) long-time average among solution trajectories. Upper bounds can be...

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Xiaoqian Xu (Carnegie Mellon University)
Wednesday, February 28 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics