tumor modeling (F. Fu) | The ACMS brings together researchers with common interests in the real-world applications of mathematical models (both continuous and discrete) and tools to tackle the resulting numerical simulation and computational challenges. Talks, enjoyed in a casual setting, include both outside speakers, and locals (for whom it is a chance to reach outside one's own department). The topics and audience will broadly cover the physical, neuro-, life, computational sciences, mathematics, statistics, medicine, engineering, etc; hence these talks will keep the breadth of the audience in mind. We also have a focus on numerical PDE and signal processing coming from the Gelb and Barnett groups, complex systems from the Rockmore and Pauls groups, and mathematical biology coming from the Fu and Wallace groups. (These talks might be more taylored to their respective audiences.) |
wave scattering (A. Barnett / B. Nelson / M. Mahoney) |
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Fall 2020 SCHEDULE
COVID-19 UPDATE: We are currently suspending all talks for the Spring Quarter. Talks will resume either during the Summer Quarter or in the Fall Quarter.
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Questions? Want to speak? Want to invite someone? Organizer
Vardayani Ratti, welcomes your input and energy. We are located in the glorious
Kemeny Hall
mathematics building; see maps
and travel info.
Questions? Want to speak? Want to invite someone? Organizer
Alex
Barnett, welcomes your input and energy. We are located in the glorious
Kemeny Hall
mathematics building; see maps
and travel info.
We receive some funding from the Neukom Institute for Computational Science.