The public is invited to attend any of the academic talks or presentations listed below.

AMS Departmental Colloquia, Spring 2014

Talks are held on Fridays at 3:00 pm in Chauvenet 143, unless otherwise noted. Please join us for coffee and cookies beginning at 2:45 pm.

Jan 10No Colloquium -- First week of classes
Jan 17Dorit Hammerling
Comp. & Info Systems Lab
Statistical Inference for Massive Distributed Spatial Data Using Low-Rank Models
Jan 24Atef Elsherbeni
Dept. of Elec. Eng. & Comp. Science
Colorado School of Mines
The FDTD Technique: From Simple Formulation to Efficient Simulations for Complex Electromagnetics and Antenna Problems
Jan 31Victor Dominguez
Dept. of Math. & Computing Eng.
Public University of Navarre, Spain
Regularized Integral Equations for Acoustic Transmission Problems in Smooth Domains
Feb 7David Gleich
Dept. of Computer Science
Purdue University
Relaxation Methods for the Matrix Exponential on Large Networks
Feb 14Lincoln Carr
Dept. of Physics
Colorado School of Mines
Lightspeed at a Snail's Pace: Relativity Meets Ultra Cold Physics
Feb 21Petronela Radu
Dept. of Mathematics
University of Nebraska
Nonlocal Models in Peridynamics: Connections to Classical Theory and Challenges
Feb 28Gunnar Martinson
Dept. of Applied Mathematics
University of Colorado - Boulder
Fast Direct Solvers for Elliptic PDEs
Mar 7Spring Break - No Colloquium
Mar 14Spring Break - No Colloquium
Mar 21Colloquium Cancelled
Mar 28Patrick Shipman
Dept. of Mathematics
Colorado State University
Self-Assembled Nanoscale Patterns Produced by Ion Bombardment of Binary Compounds
Apr 4E-Days - No Colloquium
Apr 11Gautam Iyer
Dept. of Mathematical Sciences
Carnegie Mellon University
Stirring and Mixing
Apr 18Greg Lyng
Dept. of Mathematics
University of Wyoming
Viscous Hyperstabilization of Detonation Waves
Apr 25Margot Gerritsen
School of Earth Sciences
Stanford University
A Computational Mathematician Combusts: Simulation of In-Situ Combustion Processes for Heavy Oil Recovery
May 2Dead Day - No Colloquium

Other seminars and presentations

Date/TimePlace SpeakerTopic
Mar 24
CH-143Tim Sullivan
Mathematics Institute
University of Warwick
Optimization for Distributional Uncertainty Quantification, with Consequences for Bayesian Brittleness and Robustness
Mar 26
CH-143Qiqi Wang
Dept. of Aeronautics & Astronautics
Mass. Institute of Technology
Taming the Butterfly Effect -- Long Time Sensitivity Analysis of Unsteady and Chaotic Systems
Apr 7
CH-143Kary Myers
Statistical Sciences Group
Los Alamos National Labs
Malt Balls or Malt Beer? Detecting the Prohibited Operation of Dual-Use Facilities

Available semesters

Spring 2014 Fall 2013

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