CAM Seminars (Spring 2019)

Date Day Location Speaker Title
4/11 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Lili Ju
University of South Carolina
Conservative Explicit Local Time-stepping Schemes for the Shallow Water Equations
3/28 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Amy Dapper
Mississippi State University
Causes and Consequences of Sex: Using Math to Understanding Complex Problems in Evolutionary Biology
3/21 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Vishal Patil
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Spaghetti and knots: mechanics and topology of twisted elastic rods
*3/8 Fri 3:00pm Allen 411 Prof. Natasha Sharma
University of Texas at El Paso
Adaptive Weak Galerkin Method for convection-diffusion problem
2/21 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Longfei Li
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
An efficient finite-element algorithm for incompressible Navier-Stokes equations with high-order accuracy up-to the boundary
2/7 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Yi Zhang
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Novel numerical methods for an elliptic state-constrained optimal control problem

* Please note the odd time and date.                                                                                                    open dates

CAM Seminars (Fall 2018)

Date Day Location Speaker Title
11/29 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Shibin Dai
University of Alabama
Codimension One Minimizers of Highly Amphiphilic Mixtures.
11/15 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Yu Lv
Mississippi State University
A Debate on Problem-Solving Philosophy for Fluids: Physics vs Numerics.
11/8 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Yeqing Wang
Mississippi State University
Multi-physics analysis of aerospace materials under extreme environment.
10/18 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Jilu Wang
Mississippi State University
Convergence of linearized Lagrange FEM for MHD equations in 2D nonsmooth and nonconvex domains.
*10/4 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Zhilin Li
North Carolina State University
Least Squares Augmented Methods for Fluid and Porous Media Couplings.
9/27 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Amanda Diegel
Mississippi State University
Building robust solvers for FEMs for the Cahn-Hilliard equation.
9/20 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Minah Oh
James Madison University
The Hodge Laplacian on Axisymmetric Domains.
9/13 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Yang Yang
Michigan Technological University
Local discontinuous Galerkin methods for Keller-Segel chemotaxis model.

* joint event with Mathematics Colloquium.                                                                                                    open dates

CAM Seminars (Spring 2018)

Date Day Location Speaker Title
4/26 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Buyang Li
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hodge decomposition of the dynamic Ginzburg-Landau equations in multi-connected nonsmooth domains.
4/12 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Hans-Werner van Wyk
Auburn University
Localizing Uncertainty with Gaussian Markov Random Field Models.
4/5 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Junshan Lin
Auburn University
Mathematical Studies of Extraordinary Field Enhancement in Subwavelength Structures.
3/29 Thu 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Huijing Du
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Gene regulation and spatial mechanisms control layer formation in epidermis.
3/23 Fri 3:30pm Allen 411 Prof. Xiaozhe Hu
Tufts University
Adaptive Multilevel Finite Element Method for Fractional Differential Equations using Hierarchical Matrices.
3/1 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Shaohong Du
Chongqing Jiaotong University
Robust a posteriori error analytic techniques for elliptic singularly perturbed problem.
*2/1
cancelled
Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Wai-Sun Don
Ocean University of China
Hybrid compact-WENO finite difference scheme with radial basis function based shock detection method for hyperbolic conservation laws.
1/25 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Marcus Sarkis
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Finite Elements Methods for Interface Problems.
1/18 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Naian Liao
Chongqing University, China
Continuity of solutions to a logarithmic diffusion equation.

CAM Seminars (Fall 2017)

Date Day Location Speaker Title
11/9 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Wei Wang
Florida International University
Multiscale Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Schrodinger Equations.
10/26 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Dr. Byungjoon Lee
Seoul National University
Dual-Mesh characteristics for particle-mesh methods for the simulation of convection-dominated flow.
10/19 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Linkan Bian
Mississippi State University
Optimization and Monitoring of Laser-Based Additive Manufacturing: Framework, Challenges, and Some Solutions.
*10/12 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Zhimin Zhang
Wayne State University
How well can we hear the shape of a drum by computer algorithms?
9/7 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Dr. Guoxian Chen
Wuhan University, China
A New Hydrostatic Reconstruction Scheme For Shallow Water Equations Based on Subcell Reconstructions.
8/31 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Dr. Cuiyu He
Purdue University
Robust A Posterior Error Estimations for Nonconforming Finite Element Methods on Interface Problems.
8/24 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Luoping Chen
Southwest Jiaotong University, China
A two-level Stochastic collocation method for quasilinear elliptic equation with random input data.
8/17 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Guozhu Yu
Southwest Jiaotong University, China
A unified analysis of quasi-optimal convergence for adaptive mixed finite element methods.

CAM Seminars (Spring 2017)

Date Day Location Speaker Title
4/27 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Shan Zhao
University of Alabama
On developing stable finite element methods for pseudo-time simulation of biomolecular electrostatics.
4/20 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Dr. Lin Mu
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Weak Galerkin Finite Element Methods and Numerical Applications.
*4/6
cancelled
Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Mo Jamshidi
University of Texas at San Antonio
A System of Systems Framework for Autonomy, Big Data Analytic, Machine Learning and Cloud Infrastructure.
3/23 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Manuel Sanchez Uribe
University of Minnesota
Hamiltonian HDG methods for wave propagation phenomena.
2/16 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Adrian Sescu
Mississippi State University
Optimal control of Görtler instability.
2/9 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Dr. Cao Duc Toan
Mississippi State University
Finite element analysis of Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical (THM) model for strain localization, rapid catastrophic landslide and hydraulic fracturing.
2/2 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Jun Liu
Jackson State University
Efficient iterative one-shot methods for PDE-constrained optimation problems.
1/26 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Mr. Davood Damircheli
Mississippi State University
An adaptive algorithm for solving stochastic boundary value problem.
1/19 Thu 3:30pm Allen 14 Prof. Manav Bhatia
Mississippi State University
High-Order and Adaptive Finite Element Simulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction Instabilities.

CAM Seminars (Fall 2016)

Date Day Location Speaker Title
12/2 Fri 2:00pm
Allen 14
Prof. Zhenbu Zhang
Jackson State University
Analytical analysis and computer simulations of a thermohaline circulation model.
11/18 Fri 2:00pm
Allen 14
Prof. Xiangsheng Xu
Mississippi State University
On a Class of Functional Inequalities and their Applications to Fourth-Order Nonlinear Parabolic Equations.
11/11 Fri 2:00pm
Allen 411
Prof. Huiqing Zhu
University of Southern Mississippi
Error analysis of an HDG method for a distributed optimal control problem.
11/4 Fri 2:00pm
Allen 14
Prof. C.S. Chen
University of Southern Mississippi
Particular Solutions for Solving Elliptic Partial Differential Equations.
10/28 Fri 2:00pm
Allen 14
Prof. Hyeona Lim
Mississippi State University
Minimum Curvature Method for Surface Reconstruction.
10/20 Thu 2:00pm
Allen 14
Prof. Jiu Ding
University of Southern Mississippi
Entropy, Maximum Entropy, and the Maximum Entropy Method.
9/23 Fri 2:00pm
Allen 411
Prof. Lei Chen
Mississippi State University
A Nonlinear Electrochemical Phase-field Model and its Applications to Li-ion Batteries.
9/16 Fri 2:00pm
Allen 411
Prof. Yuan Liu
Mississippi State University
A simple bound-preserving sweeping technique for conservative numerical approximations.
9/9 Fri 2:00pm Allen 411 Prof. Seongjai Kim
Mississippi State University
Recursive Heaviside Step Functions and Beginning of the Universe.
9/2 Fri 1:00pm Allen 14 Prof. Xu Zhang
Mississippi State University
An Introduction of 1D Immersed Finite Element methods for Differential Equations with Discontinuous Coefficients.