Scientific activities

Scientific activities




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Seminars (to come)



Monday, December 10, 2018 – 16:00 – 17:00
Seminar Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
Burnside Hall 1104, McGill University

Smart strategies based on population control models with bi-stable dynamics

Roumen Anguelov, University of Pretoria

Web Link : http://www.dms.umontreal.ca/~mathapp/index.html

In 2018 our Department celebrated 10 years since Biomathematics was initiated as a strategic research direction. During the decade, through various activities, we built expertise and also collaborative links with the School of Biological Sciences. A main achievement is that since 2013 the Department hosts a DST/NRF Research Chair in Mathematical Methods and Models in Bioengineering and Biosciences. The areas of applications of our research are typically related to challenges Africa is facing. I will discuss two such applications: (i) Mating disruption and mass male annihilation technique for insect control. This modelling work relates to the need to control the invasion of cossid moth (native species) into eucalyptus (not native species) forestry plantations with strong negative impact on the industry. (ii) Sterile insect technique for control of mosquito populations. The work is linked to the Institute of Sustainable Malaria Control at our University and is in collaboration with CIRAD at Reunion island, France. From a mathematical point of view both models have bi-stable dynamics, which allow for designing efficient control strategies using minimal resources.



Workshops and Conferences
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2004/02/28 – 2004/02/29 The Montreal Scientific Computing Days CRM 78
2004/07/19 – 2004/07/19 Mini-workshop on computational aspects of dynamical systems Concordia University 5
2005/02/26 – 2005/02/27 The Montreal Science Computing Days CRM 98
2005/04/25 – 2005/04/25 Workshop on analysis and computation of lattice, delay and functional differential equations CRM 11
2005/07/15 – 2005/07/15 Miniworkshop on computational aspects of dynamical systems Université Concordia
2005/10/15 – 2005/10/16 International Workshop on Applied Dynamical Systems – Mechanics, Turbulence, Knots, Cockroaches, and Chaos CRM 47
2006/02/25 – 2006/02/26 The Third Montreal Scientific Computing Days CRM 70
2006/07/07 – 2006/07/07 Mini-workshop on Computational Aspects of Dynamical Systems Concordia University
2007/04/16 – 2007/04/17 The 4th Montreal Science Computing Days CRM 79
2008/04/30 – 2008/05/02 The 5th Montreal Scientific Computing Days CRM 72
2009/05/04 – 2009/05/06 The 6th Montreal Scientific Computing Days CRM 67
2009/05/10 – 2009/05/13 2009 CI/CS Spring Technical Meeting Faculty Club, McGill University 84
2010/04/24 – 2010/04/26 Workshop on Analysis of Multiphase Biomembranes McGill University 27
2010/07/07 – 2010/07/10 Workshop on Bifurcation Analysis and its Applications Concordia University
2013/05/13 – 2013/05/15 7th Montreal Scientific Computing Days CRM 67
2014/10/20 – 2014/10/24 Numerical Methods for Optimal Transportation McGill 20
2015/05/11 – 2015/05/12 The 2015 Montreal Scientific Computing Days CRM 41
2016/07/18 – 2016/07/22 Workshop: Computational Optimal Transportation CRM 47

Seminars
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Date Speaker Title Type
2003/09/15 Eusebius Doedel, Concordia Elemental Periodic Orbits of the Circular Restricted 3-Body Problem Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2003/09/22 Markus Riedle, Humboldt University, Berlin Affine stochastic differential equations with finite and infinite delay Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2003/09/29 Chris Paige, McGill University Accuracy and Effectiveness of Krylov SubSpace Methods Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2003/10/01 Siva Nadarajah, McGill University Aerodynamic shape optimization via control theory Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2003/10/03 Xiao-Wen Chang, McGill University Numerical Linear Algebra in the Global Positioning System Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2003/10/06 Weiwei Sun, City University, Hong Kong Fast algorithms for the electromagnetic scattering from a large cavity Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2003/10/17 Douglas Arnold, U. Minnesota Quadrilateral finite elements and approximation Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2003/10/20 Giles Auchmuty, University of Houston Well-posed boundary value problems for 3d div-curl systems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2003/10/27 Javier de Frutos, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain Adaptivity in the numerical solution of parabolic equations: the p version of the finite element method Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2003/10/31 Stefan Vandewalle, Katholieke Universiteite Multi-level iterative methods for time-dependent partial differential equations Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2003/11/03 Brian Moore, McGill University A modified equations approach for multi-symplectic integration methods Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2003/11/10 Erik S. Van Vleck, University of Kansas Some FitzHugh-Nagumo Type Equations Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2003/11/11 Mitchell Luskin, University of Minnesota Metastability and Microstructure in Structural Phase Transformations Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées & Computational Science and Engineering
2003/11/11 Mitchell Luskin, University of Minnesota Metastability and microstructure in structural phase transformations Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2003/11/17 Bob Russell, Simon Fraser University An Overview of Several Types of Moving Grid Methods for Solving Higher Dimensional PDEs Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2003/11/17 Bob Russell, Simon Fraser University An overview of several types of moving grid methods for solving higher dimensional PDEs Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2003/11/28 Alastair Spence, University of Bath, England Inexact Inverse Iteration for Symmetric Matrices Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées & Computational Science and Engineering
2003/11/28 Alastair Spence, University of Bath Inexact inverse interation for symmetric matrices Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2003/12/01 Peter Swain, McGill University Stochastic gene expression in single cells Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2003/12/08 Philippe Caillol, Loughborough University, England Rossby Solitary Wave in the Presence of a Critical Layer Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/01/16 Patrick Selvadurai, McGill University Advective Transport in Porous Media : Certain Analytical Results Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/01/19 Martin J. Gander, McGill University Modern Waveform Relaxation Methods Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/01/26 Victor Roytburd, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Dynamics of Sharp Exothermic Interfaces Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/01/30 Amik St. Cyr, National Center for Atmospheric Research Nonlinear Operator Integrating Factor Splitting for a Non-Conforming Spectral Element Atmospheric Model Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/02/09 Mary Pugh, University of Toronto Blowing-up exact solutions of long-wave unstable thin film equations Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/02/13 John Hayes, Carleton University Curve and Surface Fitting Applications to Feature Extraction and Mechanism Synthesis Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/02/16 Mathieu Blanchette, McGill University Algorithms and statistics for comparative genomics Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/02/19 Victorita Dolean, Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées, Ecole Polytechnique, France Non-Overlapping Schwarz Type Algorithm for the Resolution of the Euler Equations: Discrete Convergence Analysis Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/02/23 Yves Bourgault, University of Ottawa Numerical modelling of electrophysiological waves with bidomain models Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/03/05 André Fortin, Université Laval Some Recent Applications of Mesh Adaptation at GIREF Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/03/08 Horacio G. Rotstein, Boston University Oscillatory localized patterns in a model of the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction with global inhibitory feedback Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/03/15 Lia Bronsard, McMasterUniversity Giant vortex and the breakdown of strong pinning in a rotating Bose-Einstein condensate Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/03/19 David Darmofal, MIT Towards a Higher-Order Solver for Aerodynamic Applications Using a Discontinuous Galerkin Discretization Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/03/22 Nataliia Rossokhata, Kiev National University Functional-discrete method with high order of accuracy for eigenvalue transmission problem Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/03/29 Andre D. Bandrauk, Université de Sherbrooke Molecules in Intense Laser Fields- Femto to Atto second
Quantum Dynamics in the Nonlinear Nonperturbative Regime via Supercomputer Simulations
Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/04/05 Jianhong Wu, York University Weaving Temporal Lags with Spatial Dispersal in Population Dynamics: Modeling and Dynamics Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/04/08 Ronald Hayes, University of Waterloo Moving Mesh Methods for Parabolic Partial Differential Equations Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/04/19 Huaxiong Huang, York University Thermal stress and defects inside a single crystal grown by the Czochralski technique Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/04/26 Harbir Lamba, George Mason University Efficiency considerations for the numerical integration of stochastic differential equations Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/06/15 Jean-Pierre Aubin, Université de Paris-Dauphine Équations de Burgers et d’Hamilton-Jacobi avec contraintes : existence, unicité de solutions faibles et algorithmes Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/06/21 Arian Novruzi, Université d’Ottawa Remarques sur le problème directe et inverse du couplage air/domaine poreux Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/09/13 Claude LeBris, CERMICS-ENPC On the Energy of Microscopic Stochastic Lattices and Their Macroscopic Limits Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/09/20 M. Laforest, École Polytechnique Montréal An Error Estimator for a Lagrangian Method Applied to Euler’s Equations Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/09/24 Godfried T. Toussaint, McGill University Linkage Reconfiguration: Geometric and Computational Aspects with Applications to Knot Theory, Robotics, Polymer Physics, and Bioinformatics Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/09/27 Sherwin Maslowe, McGill University Stability of Swirling Flows Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/10/04 Robert Owens, Université de Montréal Sparse tensor-product Fokker-Planck-based methods for nonlinear bead-spring chain models of dilute polymer solutions Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/10/08 Peter Christoffersen, McGill University Option Valuation with Volatility Components Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/10/13 Michel Bercovier, Head of W3C Israeli Office, School of
Computer Science and Eng., Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Drug Release: Simulation Applied into Real Life Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/10/18 Stefanella Boatto, McMaster University Periodic solutions of the Euler equation on a sphere Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/10/22 Igor Tsukerman, The University of Akron, Ohio Macromolecules, Microparticles, and Flexible Approximation Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/10/25 Tony Lelièvre, CRM, Université de Montréal Quantum Monte Carlo simulations: The fixed-node approximation for fermion systems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/11/01 Peter Monk, Delaware Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Linear Wave Propagation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/11/05 Greg Lewis, University of Ontario, Institute of Technology Numerical computation of bifurcations in models of differentially heated rotating fluids Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/11/08 Olivier Lafitte, Paris 13, CEA – Saclay A linear analysis of hydrodynamic instabilities for the inertial confinement fusion Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/11/12 T.G. Myers, University of British Columbia The flow and solidification of a thin water layer on a cold surface Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées & Computational Science and Engineering
2004/11/15 Jan Sieber, University of Bristol Bifurcation analysis for a balancing problem with delay Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/11/19 Chen Grief, University of British
Columbia
Arnoldi-type Algorithms for Computing Stationary Distribution Vectors
with Application to PageRank
Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/11/22 André Longtin, University of Ottawa Stochastic dynamics of Excitable Systems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/11/29 Stéphane Dellacherie, CRM Numerical simulation of ion-electron collisions with a non-linear Fokker-Planck-Landau equation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2004/12/03 Robert Paknys, Concordia University High Frequency Hybrids and Computational Electromagnetics Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2004/12/06 Alexander Melnikof, University of Alberta On quantile pricing methodology applied to equity-linked life insurance Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/01/10 Andrea Toselli, ETH Zürich Domain decomposition methods for partial differential equations: an introduction and an application to finite elements on highly anisotropic meshes Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/01/17 David Straub, AOS – McGill University Energetics of wind-driven ocean circulation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/01/21 Roni Khazaka, McGill University Efficient Circuit Simulation using Model Order Reduction Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2005/01/24 Guido Kanschat, Universität Heidelberg Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Incompressible Flow Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/01/31 Selim Esedoglu, UCLA Threshold dynamics for the piecewise constant Mumford-Shah functional of image segmentation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/02/04 Alexandre Ern, Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, France Adaptive multimodeling and local mesh refinement controlled by a posteriori error estimates Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2005/02/07 Thomas P. Wihler, University of Minnesota Adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Elliptic Problems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/02/10 Dongbin Xiu, Princeton University Stochastic Modeling and Uncertainty Quantification in Engineering Applications Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/02/14 Caroline Colijn, McGill University A comprehensive model of blood cell production and regulation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/02/18 Christopher E. Elmer, New Jersey Institute of Technology Finding Traveling Wave Solutions to Reaction Diffusion Equations on Spatially Discrete Domains and Some Applications Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2005/02/28 Esteban G. Tabak, Courant institute, NYU The Ocean’s Internal Wave Field Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées & Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Seminar
2005/03/07 David Nicholls, University of Notre Dame Stable, High-Order Computational Methods in Fluid Mechanics and Electromagnetics Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/03/14 John Mallet-Paret, Brown University Dynamics of Lattice Dynamical Systems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/03/18 Andraws Swidan, University of Jordan & McGill University Residue Number System Arithmetic: Potentials, Research Areas and Future Perspectives Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2005/03/21 Robert G. Owens, Université de Montréal Modelling blood flow using dumbbells Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/04/04 Sanjo Zlobec, McGill University Convexifiable Smooth Functions Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/04/08 E. McKay Hyde, Rice University Fast, High-Order Integral Equation Methods for Scattering by Inhomogeneous Media Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées & Computational Science and Engineering
2005/04/08 E. McKay Hyde, Rice University Fast, High-Order Integral Equation Methods for Scattering by Inhomogeneous Media Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2005/04/11 Govind Menon, Brown University Dynamic scaling in models of coalescence Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/04/18 Dimitri Breda, Universita degli Studi di Udine Linear time delay systems: from characteristic roots to stability charts Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2005/09/12 Robert Beardmore, Imperial College Bifurcation Problems in Differential-Algebraic Equations Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/09/19 Alain Dervieux, INRIA Projet Tropics Old (1 quart) and recent (1 small pint) things in mesh adaption Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/09/23 Jean-Pierre Matte, INRS-EMT, Université du Québec Non-equilibrium physics in plasmas heated by intense laser beams or otherwise Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2005/09/26 Steve Thomas, National Centre for Atmospheric Research High-Order Finite Element Methods for Geophysical Flows Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/10/03 Arian Novruzi, University of Ottawa Some problems and mathematical results related to shape optimization of hydrogen fuel cells Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/10/07 Michele Benzi, Emory University, Atlanta Efficient Solvers for the Navier-Stokes Equations in Rotation Form Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2005/10/17 Gabor Domokos, Budapest University of Technology and Economics Bifurcations of optima in structural design Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/10/17 Edriss S. Titi, Weizmann Institute & University of California Irvine Global Regularity for the Three-dimensional Primitive Equations of
Ocean and Atmosphere Dynamics
Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/10/21 Robert Moucha, GEOTOP, UQAM Numerical Modelling of Buoyancy Induced Flow in the Earth’s Mantle Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2005/10/24 Fadil Santosa, University of Minnesota An inverse problem in photolithography Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/10/31 Ioannis Kevrekidis, Princeton University Some applications of equation-free computation for complex systems Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/11/07 Ming Mei, Concordia University Nonlinear stability of travelling waves for time-delayed Nicholson’s Blowflies Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/11/14 Keith Ngan, McGill University Aspect ratio effects in quasi-2D turbulence Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/11/18 Manuel D. Salas, NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA Some Observations on Grid Convergence Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2005/11/21 Marc Thiriet, Projet INRIA REO & Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI) Image-based computational flows in physiological vessels Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/11/21 Jean-Paul Zolésio, INRIA, projet OPALE Level set method. Existence of solution through topological change Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/11/28 Tucker Carrington, Université de Montréal New ideas for computing complex eigenvalues of an nonsymmetric matrix applied to metastable states Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2005/12/05 Emmanuel Lorin, CRM The reservoir technique for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws: a way to make Godunov-type schemes zero or low diffusive Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/01/09 Dhavide Aruliah, University of Western Ontario An analysis of partitioned systems of nonlinear equations Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/01/16 Peter Kramer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Immersed boundary method for microbiological systems with thermal fluctuations Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/01/23 Rupert Klein, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) A systematic multiscale framework for meteorological modelling Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/01/27 Jim Teresco, Williams College, Williamstown,Massachusetts (USA) Resource-Aware Dynamic Load Balancing for Heterogeneous,
Hierarchical, and Non-Dedicated Computing Environments
Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2006/01/30 David Lacasse, Université de Montréal Understanding the role of fluid mechanics in the development of atherosclerosis Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/02/03 Chris Paige, McGill University Solving large sparse $Ax=b$: stopping criteria, and GMRES behaviour Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2006/02/06 Wotao Yin
, Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Columbia University
The Theories, Computation, and Applications of Minimizing the Total Variation (TV) Regularized L1 Functional Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/02/13 Yousef Saad, University of Minnesota Computational challenges and algorithms in electronic structures calculations Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/02/17 Annalisa Buffa, IMATI-CNR, Pavia Eigenvalue Computations by the Discontinuous Galerkin Method Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/02/17 Annalisa Buffa, IMATI-CNR Eigenvalue Computations by the Discontinous Galerkin Method Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2006/02/20 Alexander Vladimirsky, Cornell University Going with the (Information) Flow: on efficient computations and boundary value problems. Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/02/24 Howard Elman, University of Maryland Preconditioning Strategies for Models of Incompressible Flow Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2006/03/13 Miguel Moyers-Gonzalez
, Université de Montréal
Transient effects in Oilfield Cementing Flows Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/03/20 Jacques Bélair
, Université de Montréal
Modeling oscillations and delays in hormonal regulation and drug administration Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/03/24 David Keyes, Columbia University Scalable Solution Algorithms for Magnetically Confined Fusion Energy Simulations Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2006/04/03 Amy Novick-Cohen, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology A degenerate Allen-Cahn/Cahn-Hilliard system Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/04/07 Alessandro Forte, UQAM Time-Dependent Thermal Convection Dynamics in Earth’s Interior: Can we go Backwards in Time? Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2006/04/10 Anita T. Layton, Duke University An explicit jump method for the two-fluid Stokes equations with a water-permeable immersed elastic boundary Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/04/21 Lakhdar Remaki, CFD Lab, McGill University PDE shock-filter model for multiple shocks capturing in mesh adaptation Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2006/04/24 Daniel Szyld, Temple University Practical use of Krylov subspace methods: inexact and truncated versions Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2006/09/11 Harold W. Kuhn, Princeton University 58 years as a game theorist: where have we been and where are we going? Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2006/09/11 Hong Guo
, McGill
Toward Quantitive Analysis and Simulation of nanoelectronics Conférence McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar
2006/09/18 Oscar Bruno, Applied and Computational Mathematics, Caltech High-order scattering solvers and surface representation algorithms Conférence McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar
2006/09/18 Andreas Stathopoulos, College of William and Mary State-of-the-art numerical solution of large, hermitian eigenvalue problems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2006/09/25 Leonid Berlyand
, Penn State
Discrete network approximation for highly packed particle-filled composites Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées & McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar
2006/09/29 Lia Bronsard, McMaster University Vortices in rotating toroidal Bose-Einstein Condensates Conférence McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar
2006/10/02 Roni Khazaka
, ECE, McGill
Managing the complexity of electronic design automation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2006/10/13 Gregor Fussmann, McGill University, Frederic Guichard, McGill University, Brian McGill, McGill University Computational Biology in Science Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2006/10/16 Shari Moskow, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics
U. Florida
An approximate method for scattering by thin structures Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2006/10/23 Stephane Pelletier
, McGill
Preconditioning for temporal video super-resolution Conférence McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar
2006/10/23 Olivier Lafitte
, Institut Galilée, Université Paris XIII
Sur l’instabilité linéaire de Rayleigh Taylor en présence d’une zone de mélange Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2006/10/23 Jane Wang
, Cornell University
The physics of insect flight and two relevant computational methods Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2006/10/30 David Colton, U. Delaware The Linear Sampling Method in Inverse Scattering Theory Conférence McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar
2006/10/30 Miguel-Angel Moyers-Gonzalez, U. de Montréal A new microstructure-based constitutive model for human blood: non-homogeneous flow Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2006/11/09 Leszek Demkowicz, ICES, UT Austin hp-Finite Elements for Maxwell equations: Discrete Compactness and hp-Convergence for Maxwell Eigenvalues Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2006/11/13 Robert Skeel, Purdue The Fastest N-Body Solver (for Molecular Dynamics) Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2006/11/20 Bernd Krauskopf, Bristol University Bifurcations of global reinjection orbits near a saddle-node Hopf bifurcation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées & McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar
2006/11/20 Hinke Osinga, Bristol University Global bifurcations of the Lorenz manifold Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2006/11/27 Susanne Brenner, Louisiana State University Nonconforming Methods for Time-Harmonic Maxwell Equations Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées & McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar
2006/12/04 Robert Funnell, McGill Issues in modelling the mechanics of the middle ear Conférence McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar
2006/12/11 Brian Wetton, U. of British Columbia Reduced Dimensional Computational Models of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Stacks Conférence McGill Applied Mathematics Seminar
2007/01/15 Robert Batterman
, Talbot College, U. Western Ontario
On the Specialness of Special Functions (The Nonrandom Effusions of the Divine Mathematician) Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/01/22 Christian Michler, U. Texas at Austin Efficient computation of acoustic sensing by means of adaptive finite elements Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/01/26 Oleg Gubanov, McGill University Design of CFD code using high level programming paradigms: Free surface flows with arbitrarily moving rigid bodies Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/01/29 Marc Thiriet, INRIA From cell to organ Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/02/05 Peter Caines, CIM, McGill University Nash Certainty Equivalence in Large Population Stochastic Dynamic Games: Connections with the Physics of Interacting Particle Systems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/02/09 Robert G. Owens, Université de Montréal On the flow of human blood in a tube Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/02/12 Svetlana Komarova
, McGill University
Mathematical modeling of bone turnover Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/02/26 E.R. Wilson, U. Bristol Road Traffic Modelling: Nonlinear Dynamics, Data, and Future Multiscale Directions Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/03/09 Bard Ermentrout

, U. Pittsburgh

What makes a neuron spike: Optimality, noise, and phase resetting Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/03/09 Chen Greif, University of British Columbia TBA Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/03/09 Chen Greif, University of British Columbia Augmentation-Based Block Preconditioners for Solving Saddle Point Linear Systems Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/03/12 Rich Lehoucq, Sandia National Lab Discrete dynamical systems and iterative eigensolvers Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/03/23 Tucker Carrington, Université de Montréal Computational methods for solving the Schrödinger equation Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/03/26 Barbara Lee Keyfitz, Fields Institute and U. of Houston Multidimensional Conservation Laws – More Questions than Answers Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/04/02 Andrea Cangiani, U. Pavia Mimetic Finite Differences Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/04/12 A. Adimurthi, TIFR Bangalore Conservation Laws with Discontinous fluxes – Entropy theories Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2007/09/04 Ilse Ipsen, North Carolina State University The Mathematics Behind Google’s PageRank Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/09/11 Abderrazak Ramadane Numerical simulation of clogging and back flushing operation in a filter element in liquid filtration Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/09/18 Louis F. Rossi, University of Delaware Re-projection: Mathematical and computational challenges for high order vortex methods Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/09/21 Thomas Wihler, McGill University Error Indicators and Adaptivity for hp-Discontinuous Galerkin FEM for Nonlinear Elliptic Problems Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/09/25 Béatrice Rivière, University of Pittsburgh On coupled flow and two-phase flow problems Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/10/02 Jason Cooper, Queen’s University A pruned basis method for exact wavepacket propagation in scattering problems with many bound degrees of freedom Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/10/05 Eusebius Doedel, Concordia University "Collocate and Bifurcate": High-order accurate discretizations of ODEs and PDEs and their Application in Bifurcation Problems Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/10/09 Samuel Isaacson, University of Utah Connections Between Several Stochastic Reaction Diffusion Methods for Modeling Biochemical Systems Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/10/16 Tim Phillips, Cardiff University The spectral element method with applications to non-Newtonian flows Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/10/19 Henry Wolkowicz, University of Waterloo Sensor Network Localization, Euclidean Distance Matrix Completions, and Graph Realization Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/10/30 Luciano Buono, Faculty of Science, University of Ontario Institute of Technology Realization theorems for delay-differential equations and applications Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/11/02 Mohamed Oussama Damen, University of Waterloo Cooperation in Asynchronous Networks / CANCELLED Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/11/06 Jayme De Luca, UFSCAR, Brazil Variational structure and delay equation of the electromagnetic two-body problem Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/11/08 J. Gopalakrishnan, U. Florida Polynomial extension operators Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/11/09 Leszek Demkowicz
, University of Texas at Austin
Polynomial Extension Operators for H1,H(curl) and H(div) Spaces on a Cube Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/11/12 Arieh Iserles, Cambridge Modified Fourier expansions and spectral problems for highly oscillatory Fredholm operators Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/11/13 Frédéric Lesage, École Polytechnique, Montréal Application de l’acquisition parcimonieuse à l’imagerie photo-acoustique Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/11/16 Yoshua Bengio, Université de Montréal Learning Deep Architectures for AI Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2007/11/20 JF Williams, Simon Fraser University TBA Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/11/27 Nathalie Lanson, University of Waterloo Renormalized mesh-free schemes: convergence analysis and applications Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/12/04 Lennaert van Veen, Concordia University Connecting orbits: the missing link in the theory of bursting shear flows Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/12/19 Françoise Krasucki, Institut de Mathématiques et de Modélisation de Montpellier Highly contrasted elastic multi-materials: multi-scale variational modelings and adapted domain decomposition algorithms Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2007/12/19 Giuseppe Geymonat, Pôle Mathématiques, Informatique, Physique, Structures et Systèmes
Laboratoire Mécanique et Génie Civil (LMGC)
Saint Venant, Beltrami, Volterra and the elasticity complex in a Sobolev space framework for Lipschitz domains Séminaire Mathématiques appliquées
2008/01/11 Pierre Gauthier, Université du Québec à Montréal Mathematical problems associated with atmospheric data assimilation and weather prediction Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2008/01/15 Vahid Shahrezaei, McGill, Centre for Nonlinear Dynamics Colored extrinsic noise and stochastic gene expression Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/01/22 Yves Bourgault, University of Ottawa A posteriori error estimation and anisotropic mesh adaptation in 3-D compressible flow simulations Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/01/25 Laurence Loumes, McGill University Multilayer gelatin impedance pump: A nature inspired valveless pump with bio-medical applications Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2008/01/29 Felix Kwok, Geneva University Efficient linear and nonlinear solvers for multiphase flow in porous media Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/02/05 Andrei Draganescu, University of Maryland Baltimore County Multigrid methods for large-scale inverse problems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/02/08 Ronald D. Haynes
, Acadia University
Schwarz waveform moving Mesh methods Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2008/02/12 David Bindel, Courant Institute Computer aided design of micro-electro-mechanical systems: From energy losses to Dick Tracy watches Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/02/19 Rebecca Tyson, UBC Okanagan Modelling the swimming behaviour of the nematode using the Immersed boundary method Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/02/22 Miguel F. Anjos, University of Waterloo Large-scale fixed-outline floorplanning design using convex optimization Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2008/02/26 Brian E. Moore, The University of Central Florida Bistable waves in discrete inhomogeneous media Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/03/04 Sean Bohun, University of Ontario Institute of Technology Modelling the Czochralski growth of type III-V binary semiconductors Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/03/07 Chris Paige, Professor Emeritus, McGill University The bidiagonalization algorithms of Gene Golub and William Kahan Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2008/03/11 Alex Barnett, Dartmouth Eigenmodes and quantum chaos: Lost on the frequency axis? Check your Dirichlet-to-Neumann map! Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/03/18 Mark Embree, Rice University Approximation and recovery of damped wave operators Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/03/25 Benjamin Stamm, Institute of analysis and scientific computing, Ècole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Bubble stabilized discontinuous Galerkin method for elliptic, parabolic and Stokes’ problems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/03/28 Mohamed Oussama Damen, Univ. of Waterloo Coding and decoding algorithms in asynchronous networks Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2008/04/01 Victor G. LeBlanc, University of Ottawa Interactions of spiral waves with media imperfections : A dynamical systems approach Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/04/08 Michael Haslam, York University Fast high-order integral equation methods (with application to optical gratings and antenna design) Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2008/05/13 Damien Stehle, Laboratoire de l’Informatique du Parallelisme, CNRS and Universite de Lyon The floating-point $LLL$ algorithm Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2008/09/05 Jean-Philippe Lessard, VU University Amsterdam and Rutgers University Validated continuation for infinite dimensional problems Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/09/12 Chris Paige, McGill University Orthonormal Completion of an array of Unit Length Vectors Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/09/19 Lennaert van Veen, Concordia University The computation of 2D unstable manifolds in models of turbulent shear flow Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/09/26 David Titley-Peloquin, McGill University Stopping criteria for the iterative solution of large sparse linear least squares problems Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/09/29 Jie Shen, Purdue University Modeling and simulation of multiphase incompressible flows using an energetic variational phase field model Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/10/03 Dmitry Pelinovsky, McMaster University Spectrum of an advection-diffusion operator with sign-varying diffision coefficient Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE & Analysis (McGill & Concordia)
2008/10/10 Pam Cook, University of Delaware Highly entangled wormlike micellar solutions – Model and predictions in LAOS and extensional flows Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/10/17 Geoffrey E. Hinton, Department of Computer Science, U.Toronto
Canadian Institute for Advanced Research
The next generation of neural networks Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/10/24 Chen Greif, Department of Computer Science, UBC An inner-outer iteration for computing PageRank Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/10/31 Francisco Javier Sayas, University of Minnesota (USA) &
Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain)
Boundary integral scattering Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/11/14 Michael Saunders, Stanford University 40 Years of linear algebra and optimization at Stanford Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/11/17 Michael Saunders, Stanford University Computing approximate pagerank vectors by basis pursuit denoising Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/11/21 David A. Steinman, Biomedical Simulation Lab, Univ. of Toronto Lessons learned from nearly two decades(!) imaging and modeling blood flow Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2008/11/28 Rebecca Tyson, University of British Columbia Okanagan Modelling anguilliform swimming using the immersed boundary method Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2009/01/09 Helmut Kroeger, Universite Laval 1/f behaviour in propagation of local field potentials in the brain Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2009/01/12 David Anderson, University of Wisconsin Deterministic and stochastic methods for biochemical systems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/01/16 Margaret Beck, Brown University Nonlinear stability of time-periodic viscous shocks Séminaire CRM Applied Math and McGill CSE
2009/01/19 Irina Mitrea, University of Virginia Boundary Value Problems for Higher Order Elliptic Operators Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/01/23 Bart Oldeman, Concordia University Finding Homoclinic and Heteroclinic Connections to Periodic Orbits in the Restricted Three Body Problem Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/01/26 Vera Mikyoung Hur, MIT Dispersive properties of the surface water waves Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/01/30 Laurent Demanet, Stanford Compressive wave computation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/02/02 Jing-Rebecca Li, Institut national de recherche en informatique et en automatique (INRIA) Efficient and accurate spectral representation of fractional power time convolution kernels and application to the fast numerical solution of diffusion problems. Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/02/06 Xuemin Tu, Berkeley Inexact Balancing Domain Decomposition by Constraints Algorithms Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/02/09 George Haller, Morgan Stanley and MIT Aerodynamic Separation and Invariant Manifolds: Recent Progress on a Century-old Problem Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/02/16 Rustum Choksi, Simon Fraser University Mathematical Paradigms for Periodic Phase Separation and Self-Assembly of Diblock Copolymers Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/02/20 Chi-Kun Lin, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan Singular limits of the relativistic nonlinear wave equation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/02/27 Wayne Hayes, UC Irvine Complex Systems in Dynamics, Biology, and Astrophysics Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/03/06 John Gibson, Georgia Institute of Technology Equilibria, traveling waves, and periodic orbits in plane Couette flow Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/03/11 Dmitry Pelinovsky, McMaster University Global well-posedness and wave breaking in the short-pulse equation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/03/13 Claude Mangoubi, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Free energy dissipative schemes for a prototypical viscoelastic model Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/03/20 Thorsten Riess, University of Bristol Bifurcation analysis of EtoP cycles Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/03/24 Guglielmi, Nicola, Università di L’Aquila Informal introduction to numerical analysis of delay differential equations Conférence
2009/03/26 Guglielmi, Nicola, Università di L’Aquila Informal introduction to numerical analysis of delay differential equations Conférence
2009/03/27 Nicola Guglielmi, Università di L’Aquila Uniform stability of nonautonomous time-discrete linear systems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/03/31 Guglielmi, Nicola, Università di L’Aquila Informal introduction to numerical analysis of delay differential equations Conférence
2009/04/02 Guglielmi, Nicola, Università di L’Aquila Informal introduction to numerical analysis of delay differential equations Conférence
2009/04/03 Eliot Fried, McGill Influence of the length scales $\alpha$ and $\beta$ in the Navier–Stokes-$\alpha\beta$ equations on the energy spectrum and the alignment of vorticity structures in turbulent flows Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/04/07 Guglielmi, Nicola, Università di L’Aquila Informal introduction to numerical analysis of delay differential equations Conférence
2009/04/10 Zhilin Li, North Carolina State University The Immersed Interface Method and Recent Progress Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/04/17 Yuan Yuan, Memorial University of Newfoundland Stability, Bifurcation and Pattern Formation in a Ring Network with Delay Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/04/20 Dr. Miro Rozloznik, Institute of Computer Science, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Numerical behavior of inexact saddle point solvers Séminaire Computational Science and Engineering
2009/06/25 Biswa Nath Datta, IEEE Fellow, Northern Illinois University Computational and Optimizational methods for Inverse Eigenvalue problems in Active Vibration Control and Finite Element Model Updating Séminaire Laboratoire de mathématiques appliquées & GIREF
2009/08/31 Paolo Podio-Guidugli, Universita degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata" On two nonstandard mathematical models of phase segregation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2009/09/28 Fernando Duda, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro A continuum theory for the interplay between mechanics and chemistry and its application to cavitation instability Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/10/02 Renato Calleja, Department of Mathematics, McGill University Breakdown of analyticity: rigorous results and numerical implementations Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/10/05 Mike Overton, Courant Institute of Mathematical Physics (NYU) Characterization and construction of the nearest defective matrix via coalescence of pseudospectral components Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/10/19 Mounir Bennoune, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse Numerical approximation of some kinetic equations preserving their fluid asymptotics Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/10/26 Claude Le Bris, École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées et INRIA, Paris Multiscale mechanics of random materials: a mathematical approach Conférence Chaire André Aisenstadt & Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2009/10/28 Claude Le Bris, École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées et INRIA, Paris The Quantum World and its Relation to Macroscopic Physics: the Example of Materials Science Conférence Chaire André Aisenstadt & Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2009/11/02 Gantumur Tsogtgerel, Mathematics, McGill University Local convergence of adaptive finite element methods for a class of nonlinear elliptic problems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2009/11/09 Michel Jabbour, University of Kentucky On the stability of epitaxial growth in the step-flow regime Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/11/16 Jorge Vinals, McGill University Rheology of lamellar mesophases Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/11/23 Lia Bronsard, McMaster University Vortices in the Ginzburg-Landau model Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/11/27 Mehmet Sahin , Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey A parallel adaptive unstructured finite volume method for linear stability (normal mode) analysis of viscoelastic fluid flows Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/12/07 Richard Craster, University of Alberta and Imperial College The dynamics associated with the surfactant-assisted spreading of fluid droplets Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2009/12/14 Bob Jerrard, Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto Interface dynamics in hyperbolic equations Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/01/08 Yekaterina Epshteyn, Carnegie Mellon Chemotaxis and Numerical Methods for Chemotaxis Models Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/01/11 Maria Gualdani, University of Texas at Austin Global Existence of a Free Boundary Problem with Non-Standard Sources Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/01/15 Yen-Hsi Richard Tsai, University of Texas at Austin Adaptive and greedy algorithms for inverse point source discovery in complicated domain Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/01/18 Felix Kwok, Université de Genève Deriving optimized Schwarz methods using matrix techniques Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/01/22 Jean-Christophe Nave, MIT Challenges and Perspectives in Multi-Phase Flow Modeling: Sub-Grid Accurate and Gradient-Augmented Methods Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/01/25 Yanzhi Zhang, Florida State University Analysis and Simulation of Bose-Einstein Condensation & Quadrature-rule Type Approximations to the Quasicontinuum Method Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/01/29 Fernando Guevara Vasquez, University of Utah Network based inversion Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/02/01 Yi-Chao Chen, University of Houston Stability and Bifurcation Theories in Mechanics Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/02/01 Jean-Philippe Lessard, Rutgers University Topology and Computations for the Global Study of Nonlinear Problems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/02/05 Sebastian Reich, Universität Potsdam Data assimilation using ensemble Kalman filters Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/02/15 David Barton, Bristol University Exploring nonlinear experiments with numerical continuation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/03/01 Yau Shu Wong, University of Alberta Numerical Simulations of Helmholtz Equation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/03/15 Paul Phillips, McGill University Characterising Texture Formation in Fiber Lattices Embedded in a Nematic Liquid Crystal Matrix Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/03/22 Emmanuel Lorin, Carleton University Nonlinear quantum optics: modeling and simulation in some extreme regimes Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/03/29 Kenji Nishihara, Waseda University, Japan Large time behavior of solutions to the Cauchy problem for the semilinear damped wave equation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/04/06 Amy Shen, University of Washington Complex fluids under confinement and flow Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/04/12 Jianke Yang, University of Vermont Newton-conjugate-gradient methods for solitary wave computations Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/05/21 Wenbo Tang, Arizona State Stirring, Mixing and Lagrangian Coherence — From Mathematics to Applications Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2010/09/20 Eusebius Doedel, Concordia University Orbit continuation for computing stable/unstable manifolds, with application to the Lorenz equations and the CR3BP Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/09/27 Björn Sandstede, Brown University Localized planar patterns Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/10/04 George Haller, McGill University A variational theory of hyperbolic Lagrangian coherent structures Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/10/18 Bill Layton, University of Pittsburgh Two numerical analysis issues in the simulation of the climate system Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/10/25 Kathleen Stebe, University of Pennsylvania Capillary interactions between anisotropic particles Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/11/01 Andrew Lewis, Queens University Differential geometric methods for the control of mechanical systems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/11/08 Mary Pugh, University of Toronto Coating flows on slowly rotating cylinders Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/11/15 Patrick Selvadurai, McGill University A second-order elasticity problem for an embedded inclusion Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/11/22 Vladimir Druskin, Schlumberger-Doll Research Center Krylov subspace approximations of large linear time-invariant dynamical systems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/11/29 Alexei Lozinski, University Paul Sabatier Multiscale finite element method for perforated domains Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/11/29 Alexei Lozinski, University Paul Sabatier Multiscale finite element method for perforated domains Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/12/06 Jared Bronski, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign From KdV to Cahn-Hilliard: Stability of traveling waves and fronts Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/12/13 Robert Owens, University of Montréal A mixed Brownian dynamics – SPH method for the simulation of flows of suspensions of bead-spring chains in confined geometries with hydrodynamic interaction Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/12/13 Robert Owens, Université de Montréal A mixed Brownian dynamics – SPH method for the simulation of flows of suspensions of bead-spring chains in confined geometries with hydrodynamic interaction Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2010/12/17 Morris Flynn, University of Alberta Nonlinear waves in traffic flow Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/01/17 Gilles Francfort, Université Paris-Nord The role of minimality in the variational approach to brittle fracture Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/01/24 Philippe Guyenne, University of Delaware Water waves over random topography Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/01/31 Eliot Fried, McGill University Wrinkling of a stretched thin sheet Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/02/17 Robert Russell, Simon Fraser An Overview of Adaptive Mesh Generation and Variational Methods Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/02/21 Tadd Truscott, Brigham Young University 3D Synthetic Aperture Imaging for Fluid Flows Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/02/24 Cyril Joël Batkam, Université de Sherbrooke Existence globale de solutions du système homogène Einstein-Maxwell avec constante cosmologique sur un espace temps de Bianchi 1 Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/02/28 Nick Costanzino, Wilfrid Laurier University The Implied Volatility Surface: Theory, Applications and Extensions Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/03/07 Benjamin Seibold, Temple University A new perspective on the moment closure problem in radiative transfer Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/03/14 Ken Kamrin, Harvard University Reference Map Algorithm for the Simulation of Deformable Solids Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/03/21 Theodore Kolokolnikov, Dalhousie University Particle interaction models of biological aggregration Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/03/28 Pavel Grinfeld, Drexel University Fluid Film Equations and Other Applications of the Calculus of Moving Surfaces Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/06/21 Candido Pomar, Agriculture et Agroalimentaire Canada Alimentation de précision chez le porc à l’engrais : impacts sur le coût d’alimentation et les rejets d’azote et de phosphore Séminaire Mathématiques Appliquées
2011/09/12 Yves van Gennip, UCLA Diffuse interface models on graphs Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/09/14 André Fortin, GIREF, Université Laval, Richard Bois, GIREF, Université Laval Adaptation de maillages pour les nuls Séminaire Laboratoire de mathématiques appliquées & GIREF
2011/09/19 Gantumur Tsogtgerel, McGill University Adaptive boundary element methods with convergence rates Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/09/26 Ming Mei, Champlain College & McGill University Best asymptotic profiles for bipolar hydrodynamic system of semiconductors Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/10/03 Erik Bollt, Clarkson University Data Mining Remotely Sensed Image: Sequences and Transport Analysis of Spatiotemporal Dynamical Systems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/10/17 Daniel Blazevski, University of Texas at Austin Periodic orbits and invariant manifolds in the Jupiter-Europa-Ganymede-spacecraft system Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/10/31 Marco Veneroni, Pavia & McGill Existence of minimizers for a constrained mean curvature functional Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/11/01 Jared Tanner, University of Edinburgh ******** ANNULÉ_Séminaire grand public / CANCELED_General interest ********* Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2011/11/07 David Shirokoff, McGill University A Projectionless method for solving the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/11/14 Brian Seguin, McGill University Statistical Foundations of Liquid-Crystal Theory Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/11/21 Jean-Philippe, Université Laval Curse of dimensionality free validating methods for PDE’s Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/11/28 Marco Morandotti, Carnegie Mellon University Self-propulsion in viscous fluids through shape variations Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/12/05 Ben Adcock, Simon Fraser University Generalized sampling: (sparse) signal reconstruction in infinite dimensions Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2011/12/12 Renato Calleja, McGill University Quasi-Periodic solutions: from theory to computation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/01/09 Ian Tice, Brown University Global well-posedness and decay for the viscous surface wave problem without surface tension Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/01/13 Matthew Dobson, CERMICS – ENPC Coupling and upscaling of particle models in multiscale numerical methods Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/01/16 Adam Oberman, Simon Fraser Convergent finite difference methods for singular solutions of the elliptic Monge-Ampère equation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/01/23 Yu Jin, University of Alberta Population spread and persistence in streams Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/01/30 Lydia Bourouiba, MIT The fluid dynamics of respiratory disease transmission Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/02/01 Xu Yang, Courant Institute Frozen Gaussian approximation for high frequency wave propagation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/02/27 Geoffrey Vasil, University of Toronto Dynamic bifurcations and melting-boundary convection Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/03/05 Yossi Farjoun, UC3M & MIT Using ParticleClaw to solve traffic-flow on highway network Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/03/12 Brian Seguin, McGill University Statistical Foundations of Liquid-Crystal Theory Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/03/19 Christian Seis, University of Toronto Rayleigh–Bénard convection: new bounds on the Nusselt number Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/03/21 Themis Sapsis, Courant Institute, New York University Interplay of dynamical instability, stochasticity, and nonlinear energy transfer in fluid and mechanical systems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/03/26 Steven Johnson, MIT When PML isn’t P: Limitations of Absorbing Layers for Modeling Wave Equations Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/04/02 Barbara Zwicknagl, Carnegie Mellon University Microstructures in low-hysteresis shape memory alloys: analysis and computation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/04/16 Burt Tilley, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Geometry-driven charge accumulation in electrokinetic flows between thin, closely space laminates Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/04/23 Anmar Khadra, McGill University Markov state kinetic model for P2X receptor-channel gating: Bistability and beyond Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/06/04 Bernd Krauskopf, University of Auckland Bifurcation structure of a semiconductor laser with delayed optical feedback from two filters Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/08/13 María del Mar González, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya A discrete Bernoulli free boundary problem Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/09/10 Michael Mackey, McGill University Using mathematics to understand and treat human disease Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/09/17 Govind Menon, Brown University Building polyhedra by self-assembly Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/09/24 Ihsan Topaloglu, McGill/CRM A nonlocal isoperimetric problem on the 2-sphere Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/10/01 Ilya Peshkov, École Polytechnique de Montréal A two-phase solid-fluid model of yield stress fluids Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/10/15 Peter Sternberg, Indiana University Rotating vortex solutions to the Gross-Pitaevskii system on the two-sphere Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/10/29 François Fillion-Gourdeau, Université de Montréal Analytical and numerical aspects of the time-independent Dirac equation for laser-matter interactions at extreme intensities Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/11/05 Kai Schneider, M2P2-CNRS, Aix-Marseille Adaptive multiresolution or adaptive mesh refinement? Application to the compressible Euler equations Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/11/12 Assad Oberai, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Biomechanical imaging, tissue microstructure and pathology Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/11/19 Fahima Nekka, Université de Montréal Information-loaded formalism to assess the causal effect of drug intake on therapeutic outcomes Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2012/11/26 Alex Panchenko, Washington State University Nonlocal continuum models of particle systems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/01/21 Mark Lyon, New Hampshire Fourier continuation algorithms and techniques for PDE solution Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/01/28 Razvan Fetecau, Simon Fraser University Swarm dynamics and equilibria for a nonlocal aggregation model Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/02/04 Kumbakonam Rajagopal, Texas A&M University Elasticity of elasticity Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/02/11 John Geddes, Olin College Nonlinear dynamics of fluid networks Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/02/21 Nicholas Kevlahan, McMaster University A conservative adaptive wavelet method for the shallow water equations on staggered grids Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/03/04 Frederic Gibou, UCSB Development and applications of numerical solvers for nonlinear partial differential equations on Octree adaptive grids Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/03/11 Ari Stern, Washington University in St. Louis New estimates for Galerkin and Petrov-Galerkin methods Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/03/18 Gail Wolkowicz, McMaster University Chaotic dynamics in predator-prey models with time delay Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/04/08 Antonio Segatti, Pavia A variational view at gradient flows in metric spaces Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/04/17 Narutaka Ozawa, RIMS, Kyoto university Dixmier’s Similarity Problem Séminaire Analysis (McGill & Concordia)
2013/04/24 Roman Popovych, Brock University Local conservation laws of differential equations: algorithms and further development Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/05/27 Hao Liu, Chiba University Computational biomechanics in bio-inspired flights: Aerodynamics, flight dynamics and maneuvering stability Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/06/13 Héctor Chang Lara, UT Austin/Columbia University Holder estimates for fully nonlinear integro-differential equations: Parabolic and nonlocal drift models Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/09/30 Prashant Athavale, Fields Institute Multiscale image representations and applications Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/10/21 Félix Darve, Grenoble Institut Polytechnique Coulombian plastic friction: a world of bifurcations Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/10/28 Andrea Cangiani, University of Leicester The Virtual Element method and other approaches to polygonal and polyhedral finite elements Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/11/04 Renato Calleja, IIMAS-UNAM Dynamics of a delay equation with two state dependent delays Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/11/04 Matthew Rudd, Sewanee, The University of the South Nonlinear averaging and parabolic flows Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/11/11 Xinwei Yu, University of Alberta Finite time singularity of the Euler-Poincare equation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2013/11/18 Ihsan Topaloglu, CRM/McGill Minimization of an energy defined via an attractive-repulsive interaction potential related to nonlocal aggregation models Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/01/20 François Blanchette, UC Merced Overview of partial coalescence Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/02/27 Peter Caines, McGill University Mean field games and applications Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/03/17 Brittany Froese, UT Austin Fast sweeping methods for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/03/24 Siva Nadarajah, McGill University Solution to the dual problem and its current and future impact on computational aerodynamics through aerodynamic design optimization and grid hp-adaptation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/03/28 Avi Wigderson, Institute for Advanced Study Randomness Distinguished Lecture Series in Comp. Sci. & Software Engineering
2014/04/02 Jean-Philippe Lessard, Université Laval Rigorous numerics of connecting orbits in dynamical systems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/04/07 Thomas Wanner, George Mason University Droplet formation in binary and ternary stochastic systems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/08/18 Akitaka Matsumura, Osaka University Asymptotic behavior toward a multi-wave pattern for the scalar viscous conservation law Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/08/20 Tom Luo, University of Minnesota Efficient optimization methods for big data applications Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/09/02 Dali Zhang, Sino-US Global Logistics Institute, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Conditional value at risk approximation for minimax optimization and its applications in portfolio management Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/09/15 Hans-Otto Walther, Justus Liebig University Giessen State-dependent delay and a Shilnikov phenomenon Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/10/15 Guillaume Carlier, Université Paris Dauphine Augmented Lagrangian methods for Monge’s problem, congested transport and Mean-Field Games Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/10/17 Quentin Mérigot, Université de Grenoble Discretization of functionals involving the Monge-Ampère operator Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/10/20 Filippo Santambrogio, U. Orsay Approximation of Steiner and length-minimization problems under connectedness constraints. Conférence
2014/10/27 Slim Ibrahim, University of Victoria Asymptotic derivation of the classical Magneto-Hydro-Dynamic system from Navier-Stokes-Maxwell Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/11/03 Thomas Hagstrom, Southern Methodist University Upwind methods for second order equations Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2014/12/12 Kris van der Zee, University of Nottingham Duality-based error estimation and adaptive algorithms: Fundamentals and applications to coupled and parabolic PDEs Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/01/05 Gerard Awanou, University of Illinois Chicago Analysis of numerical methods for the Monge-Ampère equation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/01/12 Jeff Calder, UC Berkeley A PDE-proof of the continuum limit of non-dominated sorting Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/02/09 Renato Calleja, IIMAS-UNAM Construction of quasi-periodic response solutions for forced systems with strong damping Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/02/16 Chi-Kun Lin, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan On the singular and hydrodynamics limits of the Klein-Gordon equation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/02/23 Jean-David Benamou, INRIA Iterative Bregman projections for regularized transportation problems Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/03/23 Gerard Awanou, University of Illinois Chicago Discrete Aleksandrov solutions of the Monge-Ampère equation Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/05/06 Ian M. Mitchell, University of British Columbia The monotone acceptance ordered upwind method (A causal algorithm for minimum time / cost optimal control) and some lessons in (ir)reproducible research in computational math Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/05/20 Bruno Rubino, University of L’Aquila Non strictly hyperbolic system of conservation laws arising in oil recovery Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/05/20 Donatella Donatelli, University of L’Aquila Plasma oscillations: Analysis of dispersive behavior and acoustic waves Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/09/09 Jeff Calder, University of California, Berkeley Numerical Schemes for the Hamilton-Jacobi Equation Continuum Limit of Non-dominated Sorting Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2015/09/21 Pascal Poullet, LAMIA, Université des Antilles, Guadeloupe A Dynamic Variant of the Penalty-Projection Method for Incompressible Flows Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2015/10/07 Xin Yang Lu, McGill University Average Distance Problem And Its Applications Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2015/10/19 Kaleem Siddiqi, McGill University Heart Wall Myofibers are Arranged in Minimal Surfaces Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2015/10/26 Luis Dorfmann, Tufts University Stability of Active Muscle Tissue Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2015/11/02 Andy Wan, McGill University The multiplier method to construct conservative finite difference schemes for ordinary and partial differential equations Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2015/11/23 Dong Zhou, Temple University Overcoming Order-loss in High-order Time-stepping Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2015/11/30 Lia Bronsard, McMaster University On the study of singularities of mathematical models for liquid crystals Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/01/25 Stephen Watt, University of Waterloo The Mathematics of Mathematical Handwriting Recognition Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/02/15 Peter Langfield, McGill University Interactions of forward- and backward-time isochrons Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/02/22 Selim Esedoglu, University of Michigan Algorithms for motion by mean curvature flow of networks of surfaces Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/03/07 Fadil Santosa, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota Magneto-acoustic Tomography – Analysis and Algorithms Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/03/14 Colin B. Macdonald, Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia Numerical Computation on Curved Surfaces Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/03/21 Renato Calleja, National Autonomous University of Mexico KAM tori in self-consistent map models Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/04/18 Pascal Poullet, LAMIA, Université des Antilles, Guadeloupe About the multilevel method for solving the Helmholtz equation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/05/25 Ehouarn Simon, Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse Dual space multigrid strategies for variational data assimilation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/08/08 Alexey Eremin, Saint Petersburg State University Functional Continuous Runge-Kutta methods for Retarded Functional Differential Equations Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/09/19 Andy Wan, McGill University Conservative discretizations and long-term stability Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/09/20 Cem Gromezano, McGill University Conservative Discretization for the point vortex problem Séminaire Applied Math. Working Seminar
2016/09/26 Leon Glass, McGill University Predicting the Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/09/27 Bilal Abbasi, McGill University TBS Séminaire Applied Math. Working Seminar
2016/10/17 Andre Wibisono, University of Wisconsin-Madison A variational perspective for accelerated methods in optimization Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/10/24 Michael L. Overton, Courant Institute, New York University Nonsmooth, Nonconvex Optimization: Algorithms and Examples Séminaire DMO seminar
2016/11/21 Yury Grabovsky, Temple University A surprising application of the theory of exact relations for composite materials to Calculus of Variations Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/11/24 Morgan Craig, Program for Evolutionary Dynamics, Harvard University Mechanistic mathematical modelling of granulopoiesis: Elucidating the negative feedback interactions between G-CSF and neutrophils and the physiological determinants of G-CSF pharmacokinetics Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/11/28 Jonathan Touboul, Inria et College de France Around the complex interplay of spatial organization, heterogeneity and collective dynamics of neuronal networks Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/12/05 Sanjeeva Balasuriya, University of Adelaide Unsteady flow barriers at scales from geophysics to microfluidics: identification, control, and optimizing transport Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/12/08 Jean-Philippe Lessard, Université Laval Infinite dimensional dynamical systems and the Navier-Stokes equations: a rigorous computational approach Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/12/12 Chad Topaz, Macalester College Dynamics of Collective Motion: Experiment, Topology, and PDE Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2016/12/15 David Kelly, Courant Institute, New York University Ergodic theory in data assimilation Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/04/13 Dehua Wang, University of Pittsburgh Global solutions to the Gauss-Codazzi equations of isometric immersions Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/09/11 Eliot Fried, Okinawa Institute of Technology Importance and effectiveness of representing the shapes of Cosserat rods and framed curves as paths in the special Euclidean algebra Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/09/18 Alpár Mészáros, UCLA Nonlinear cross-diffusion systems: an optimal transport approach Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/09/25 Olga Turanova, UCLA The incompressible limit of a tumor growth model Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/10/02 David Spivak, MIT Using category theory to organize and operate on information Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/10/11 Michael Holst, UC San Diego A Look at Some Mathematics Research Problems in General Relativity Séminaire CRM-McGill Applied Math
2017/10/11 Michael Holst, UCSD A Look at Some Mathematics Research Problems in General Relativity Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/10/16 Esteban Tabak, Courant Institute, New York University Conditional density estimation through optimal transport Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/10/17 Maxime Breden, Technical University of Munich Computer-assisted proofs for dynamical systems Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/10/23 Dominique Orban, Polytechnique Montréal LSLQ: An Iterative Method for Linear Least-Squares with an Error Minimization Property Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/11/13 Marcio Gameiro, University of São Paulo at São Carlos Persistent Homology and Applications to Protein Classification Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/11/27 Franca Hoffmann, Caltech Equilibria in energy landscapes with nonlinear diffusion and nonlocal interaction Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/11/28 Michael Friedlander, UBC Polar duality in three liftings Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2017/12/04 Konstantin Mischaikow, Rutgers A combinatorial/topological approach to nonlinear dynamics with applications to regulatory network dynamics Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/01/23 Jan Bouwe van den Berg, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Computer-assisted theorems for the Ohta-Kawasaki problem Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/03/26 Russell Schwab, Michigan State University A min-max representation of elliptic operators, and applications Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées & Probabilités / Probability
2018/04/09 Guillaume Lajoie, UdeM Dynamics of high-dimensional recurrent networks: how chaos shapes computation in biological and artificial neural networks Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/06/12 Bill Tubbs An introduction to recurrent neural networks Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/06/19 Simon Lacoste-Julien, Université de Montréal Recent Advances in Frank-Wolfe Optimization Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/09/04 Bernd Krauskopf, Auckland Why be afraid of state-dependent delays? Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/09/11 Adam M. Oberman, McGill University Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Mathematics in Machine Learning – MiML Seminar
2018/09/17 Hinke Osinga, Auckland University A codimension-four singularity with potential Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/10/15 Eric Cytrynbaum, University of British Columbia An invariant winding number for the FiztHugh-Nagumo system Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/10/22 Jason Mireles James, Florida Atlantic University Blue skies in the four body problem Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/10/29 Jingyu Li, Northeast Normal University Stationary solutions to the hydrodynamic model of semiconductors Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/11/12 Alessandro Pugliese, University of Bari Coalescence of eigenvalues for symmetric and Hermitian matrix functions Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/11/19 Hadrien Montanelli, Columbia University Fast algorithms for solving local and nonlocal differential equations with periodicity Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/11/26 Ralf Wittenberg, Simon Fraser Spatiotemporal chaos and coarsening in pattern formation with Galilean invariance Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées
2018/12/03 Volkan Cevher, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Storage optimal semidefinite programming Séminaire Applied Mathematics/Mathématiques appliquées