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Computational Analysis Seminar

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Research I Seminar Room (Room 120)

The Computational Analysis Seminar is a graduate research seminar covering topics from applied analysis, numerical analysis, algorithms, and applications.

Fall Semester 2017 Schedule

Date Time Speaker Title
Wednesday
Sep 6
14:15 Anton Kutsenko
Jacobs University
Waves and integral continued fractions
Wednesday
Sep 13
14:15 Haidar Mohamad
Jacobs University
Optimal balance via adiabatic invariance of approximate slow manifolds I
Wednesday
Sep 20
14:15 Haidar Mohamad
Jacobs University
Optimal balance via adiabatic invariance of approximate slow manifolds II
Wednesday
Sep 27
14:15 Haidar Mohamad
Jacobs University
The operator equation \(\sum_{i=1}^n A^{n-i}XB^{i-1} = Y\) and a specific application
Wednesday
Oct 4
14:15 Tuba Masur
Jacobs University
Geophysical oceanic waves
Wednesday
Oct 11
14:15 Anton Kutsenko
Jacobs University
Spectrum of periodic operators
Wednesday
Oct 18
14:15 Stephan Juricke
Jacobs University
First steps to backscatter in the Finite Element/Finite Volume Ocean Model
Wednesday
Oct 25
14:15 Khadeeja Afzal
Jacobs University
Nanofluid flow with heat and mass transfer over a porous stretching sheet
Wednesday
Nov 1
14:15 Gözde Özden
Jacobs University
Limits of the Boussinesq equations with full Coriolis force
Wednesday
Nov 8
14:15 Marcel Oliver
Jacobs University
Introduction to turbulence in two and three dimensions
Wednesday
Nov 15
14:15 Roman Chernov, Dzmitry Rumiantsau, Anton Shemyakov, Sergey Shemyakov
Jacobs University
Spectrum of discrete periodic operators

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