Fall 2017: Every other Monday, 3:30 - 4:30 pm, 103 Centennial Hall

Check seminar schedule for changes!

- Nov 13, 2017 at 4 pm
- Yangwen Zhang (Missouri S&T), HDG methods for Dirichlet boundary control of PDEs
- Oct 30, 2017
- Jason Murphy (Missouri S&T), Modified scattering for the 1d cubic NLS with a delta potential
- Oct 16, 2017
- Daoru Han (Missouri S&T), Applications of Immersed Finite Element Method in Astronautics
- Oct 2, 2017
- Qiaolin He (Sichuan University), Numerical Study of Phase Transition in Van Der Waals Fluid
- Sept 18, 2017
- Daozhi Han (Missouri S&T), A Lagrange multiplier approach for designing linear unconditionally stable schemes for gradient systems
- Apr 18, 2017
- Yangwen Zhang (Missouri S&T), Error analysis of HDG-POD reduced model of convection dominated diffusion equation
- Apr 4, 2017
- Wenjing Yan (Xi'an Jiaotong University), Shape Design in Incompressible Viscous Fluids
- Mar 21, 2017
- Yangwen Zhang (Missouri S&T), From CG to HDG, part 2
- Mar 7, 2017
- Jie Shen (Purdue University), Phase-field models for multiphase complex fluids: modeling, numerical analysis and simulations

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Ingram Lecture: 4:20 - 5:20 pm in Butler-Carlton 121 (refreshments at 4:10 pm) - Mar 6, 2017
- Jie Shen (Purdue University), Fast Spectral Methods: Algorithms, Analysis and Applications

This talk is for a general audience

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Ingram Lecture: 4:20 - 5:20 pm in Butler-Carlton 318 (refreshments at 4:10 pm) - Feb 21, 2017
- Yangwen Zhang (Missouri S&T), HDG-POD reduced models for convection dominated convection-diffusion-reaction equations

Changxin Qiu (Missouri S&T), A Multi-Physics Domain Decomposition Method for Navier-Stokes-Darcy Model - Nov 29, 2016
- Yangwen Zhang (Missouri S&T), From CG to HDG
- Nov 16, 2016
- Yong Zhang (Courant Institute, New York University), Accurate and efficient computation of nonlocal potentials based on Gaussian-sum approximation

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium: 4:15 - 5:15 pm in Rolla G5 (refreshments at 4 pm) - Nov 8, 2016
- Madhuka Weerasinghe (Missouri S&T), Balanced Truncation Model Reduction of Nonlinear Cable-Mass PDE System
- Oct 25, 2016
- Thomas Cavin (Missouri S&T), Continuous time Quantum Walks on Graphs and their Applications in Quantum Computing
- Oct 11, 2016
- Nan Jiang (Missouri S&T), Corrected Eddy Viscosity Models for Turbulence Not At Statistical Equilibrium
- Sep 27, 2016
- Wenqing Hu (Missouri S&T), Hypoelliptic multiscale Langevin diffusions: Large deviations, invariant measures and small mass asymptotics
- Sep 13, 2016
- Yanzhi Zhang (Missouri S&T), Numerical methods for solving the fractional Schrodinger equation
- Nov 6, 2015
- Xiaofeng Yang (University of South Carolina), Some techniques to decouple the computations of phase field models of complex fluids

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium: 4:15 - 5:15 pm in Rolla G5 (refreshments at 4 pm) - Oct 16, 2015
- Craig C. Douglas (University of Wyoming), Dynamic Big Data Applications

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium: 4:15 - 5:15 pm in Rolla G5 (refreshments at 4 pm) - May 7, 2015
- Weiwei Hu (University of Southern California), Controlling a Thermal Fluid: Theoretical and Computational Issues

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Apr 11-12, 2015
- The 1st Annual Meeting of SIAM Central States Section
- Apr 10, 2015
- Susanne Brenner (Louisiana State University), Computational Mathematics

Distinguished Research Seminar Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium; general audience talk - Apr 1, 2015
- Sarah Holte (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center), The use of mathematical models to evaluate complex phenomena in Biology: A success

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Mar 31, 2015
- Sarah Holte (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center), The use of mathematical models to evaluate complex phenomena in Biology: A failure

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Feb 27, 2015
- Tao Lin (Virginia Tech), Immersed finite element methods: ideas, analysis, and applications

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Oct 17, 2014
- Li-Xing Zhu (Hong Kong Baptist University), Trace pursuit: A General Framework for Model-Free Variable Selection

Distinguished Research Seminar Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Oct 16, 2014
- Li-Xing Zhu (Hong Kong Baptist University), Dimension Reduction Estimation: Can Linear Methods Solve Nonlinear Problems?

Distinguished Research Seminar Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium; general audience talk - Mar 21, 2014
- Krishna B. Athreya (Iowa State University), Monte Carlo Methods for Improper Targets

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Mar 21, 2014
- Xu Zhang (Purdue University), Recent Progress in Immersed Finite Element Methods for Interface Problems

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Mar 20, 2014
- Krishna B. Athreya (Iowa State University), Measure Theory Model for Studying Randomness

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Feb 20, 2014
- Xianping Li (University of Missouri, Kansas City), Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation for Image Representation and Scaling

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Jan 23, 2014
- Douglas Baumann (University of Wisconsin—La Crosse), Accounting for Amplification in Next-Generation Sequencing

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Jan 15, 2014
- Boris Kramer (Virginia Tech), Projection based methods to solve algebraic Riccati equations
- Nov 15, 2013
- Ralph C. Smith (North Carolina State University), Uncertainty Quantification for Physical and Biological Models

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Nov 8, 2013
- Lili Ju (University of South Carolina), A Parallel Computational Model for Three-Dimensional Thermo-Mechanical Stokes Flow Simulations of Glaciers and Ice Sheets

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Oct 23, 2013
- Hans-Wener van Wyk (Florida State University), Uncertainty Quantification, Multilevel Sampling Methods and Parameter Identification

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Sep 10, 2013
- Chi-Wang Shu (Brown University), Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Convection Dominated Partial Differential Equations

Distinguished Research Seminar Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Sep 9, 2013
- Chi-Wang Shu (Brown University), Introduction to Scientific Computing and the Influence of Mathematics to Its Development

Distinguished Research Seminar Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium; general audience talk - Apr 8, 2013
- Wenqiang Feng (Missouri S&T), Immersed finite element method for interface problems with algebraic multigrid solver
- Apr 5, 2013
- Vic Patrangenaru (Florida State University), All We See are 3D Projective Shapes

Distinguished Research Seminar Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Apr 4, 2013
- Vic Patrangenaru (Florida State University), Geometry and the Nonparametric Bootstrap: A Key to Data Analysis

Distinguished Research Seminar Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Mar 5, 2013
- Ian Sloan (University of New South Wales), Lifting the Curse of Dimensionality: Numerical Integration in Very High Dimensions

Ingram Lecture Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Mar 4, 2013
- Ian Sloan (University of New South Wales), Imagining and Calculating in Many Dimensions

Ingram Lecture Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium; general audience talk - Nov 26, 2012
- Runar Nygaard (Missouri S&T), Numerical applications in drilling and well design
- Nov 9, 2012
- Michael Neilan (University of Pittsburgh), Uncertainty Quantification, Stokes complexes and the construction of stable finite elements with pointwise mass conservation

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Oct 23, 2012
- H.T. Banks (North Carolina State University), Mathematical Modeling of Human Lymphocyte Proliferation with CFSE Data

Distinguished Research Seminar Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Oct 22, 2012
- H.T. Banks (North Carolina State University), What Do Mosquitofish, Shrimp and Proliferating CD4+ T-Cells Have in Common?

Distinguished Research Seminar Series, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium; general audience talk - Oct 12, 2012
- Long Chen (UC Irvine), Optimal Delaunay Triangulation

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Oct 1, 2012
- Xiaoping Du (Missouri S&T), Computational Challenges in Reliability Analysis and Reliability-Based Design
- Apr 2, 2012
- Chen Hou (Missouri S&T), Energy Uptake, Allocation and Tradeoff during Ontogenetic Growth
- Mar 19, 2012
- Matthew Thimgan (Missouri S&T), Modeling the sleep of models: Potential of applying mathematical modeling to discover research in sleep
- Feb 27, 2012
- Richard Dawes (Missouri S&T), Molecular Potential Energy Surfaces for Spectroscopy and Dynamics: Numerical Methods for Accurate Multidimensional Interpolation
- Feb 13, 2012
- Gayla Olbricht (Missouri S&T), Statistical Challenges for DNA Methylation Profiling with Next-Generation Sequencing Technology
- Nov 28, 2011
- Thomas Vojta (Missouri S&T), Quantum phase transitions and novel phases in condensed matter
- Nov 14, 2011
- Joon-Ho Choi (Missouri S&T), Building Environmental Controls Using Bio-Signals
- Oct 24, 2011
- Serhat Hosder (Missouri S&T), Efficient Uncertainty Quantification in Aerospace Simulations with Stochastic Expansions
- Oct 14, 2011
- Xiaoming Wang (Florida State University), Contaminant Transport in Karst Aquifer: Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Oct 10, 2011
- Hai Xiao (Missouri S&T), Photonic Microsensors: Challenges and Opportunities
- Sep 30, 2011
- Hyesuk Lee (Clemson University), Non-Newtonian Flows with Defective Boundary Conditions

Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium - Sep 26, 2011
- Wan Yang (Missouri S&T), Regularity and Irregularity in Sedimentary Rock Records
- Sep 12, 2011
- Xiaoming He (Missouri S&T), Extended Finite Element Methods for Interface Problems