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Talks

Date Title / Speaker Event
January 28, 2000 Inverse Transfer Function Techniques Applied to Laboratory-Based Vehicle Dynamics Simulations
Robin Tuluie (MTS Systems Corporation)
Inverse Transfer Function Techniques Applied to Laboratory-Based Vehicle Dynamics Simulations - Robin Tuluie (MTS Corporation)
January 19, 2000 The Combined Influence of Oxidation/Reduction Reactions and Transport Processes on Selenium Contaminated Sediments
Sally Benson (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 19, 2000 The INEEL's Subsurface Science Program- Overview
Melinda Hamilton (INEEL)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 19, 2000 In-situ Chemistry Treatment Using Fe0 - Zero Valent Iron
Steve Yabusaki (Pacific Northwest National Laboratories)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 19, 2000 Some Numerical Methods for Flow and Transport in Fractured Media
Jean Roberts (Institut National de Recherche en Informatique Automatique (INRIA))
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 18, 2000 Integration of Laboratory Studies and Simulation Tools for Design and Operation of In Situ Bioremediation
Brent Peyton (Washington State University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 18, 2000 Diffusion-Limited Contamination and Decontamination in a Layered Aquitard: Forensic and Predictive Analysis of Field Data
Bill Ball (Johns Hopkins University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 18, 2000 Influence of Bacterial Biosurfactants on the Differential Bioavailability of Soil-Bound Hydrophobic Organic Chemicals
Ryan Jordan (Montana State University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 18, 2000 Coal Tar Contamination: Bioremediation and Bioavailability
Edward Bouwer (Johns Hopkins University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 18, 2000 Bioavailability Defined: Concepts Leading to a Basis for Inhibited Biotransformation of Soil-Bound Chemicals
Ryan Jordan (Montana State University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 18, 2000 Modeling of Biofilm Growth in Porous Media at the Pore Scale and UP-Scaling
Benito Chen (University of Wyoming)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 18, 2000 Introduction
Al Cunningham (Montana State University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 17, 2000 Domain Decomposition for Multiphase Flow in Heterogensous Multiblock Porous Media
Ivan Yotov (University of Pittsburgh)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 17, 2000 The Local Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Reactive Transport in Porous Media
Clint Dawson (The University of Texas at Austin)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 17, 2000 Nonlinear Subgrid Upscaling of Two-phase Flow in Porous Media
Todd Arbogast (The University of Texas at Austin)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 17, 2000 Three-Dimensional Control-Volume Mixed Finite Element Methods on Distorted Hexahedral Grids
Thomas Russell (University of Colorado)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 17, 2000 Locally Conservative Discretizations on Non-matching Grids with Application to Ground-water Flows
Raytcho Lazarov (Texas A & M University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 17, 2000 A Two Phase Flow Model Including Dynamics of Interfacial Area
Helge Dahle (University of Bergen)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 16, 2000 Compositional Flow in Fractured Reservoirs
Magne Espedal (University of Bergen)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 16, 2000 Remedial Math: Mathematical Remedies for Remediation Technology
Bryan Travis (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 16, 2000 Relaxation and Oscillation of Fronts in a Reactive Transport Model of Biodegradation
Jack Xin (The University of Texas at Austin)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 15, 2000 Models of Nuclear Waste Contamination in Fractured Reservoirs
Jim Douglas Jr. (Purdue University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 15, 2000 NMR Imaging for Parameter Estimation
Ted Watson (Texas A & M University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 15, 2000 Introduction to Numerical Methods for Contaminant Transport
Richard Ewing (Texas A & M University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 15, 2000 Pore-Scale Network Models for Multi-Phase Flow and Contaminant Transport in Porous Media
Michael Celia (Princeton University)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 15, 2000 A Stochastic Version of the Inverse Problem
James Glimm (University at Albany (SUNY))
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 15, 2000 The NSF Biocomplexity Initiative - Biocomplexity in the Environment
Michael Steuerwalt (National Science Foundation)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 15, 2000 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Richard Ewing (Texas A & M University), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Confinement and Remediation of Environmental Hazards
January 14, 2000 Biocomplexity in Subsurface Bioremediation Problems
John Chadam, Richard Ewing (Texas A & M University)
Biocomplexity
January 14, 2000 Computational Ecology and the Everglades: New Modeling Approaches for Regional Environmental Assessment
Louis Gross (University of Tennessee)
Biocomplexity
January 14, 2000 The Mathematical and Computational Challenges Posed by Complex Biological Networks
Hans Othmer (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Biocomplexity
January 14, 2000 Models For Predator-Prey Systems with Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales
Chris Cosner (University of Miami College of Arts and Sciences)
Biocomplexity
January 14, 2000 Complexity In Ecological Invasions
Michael Neubert (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Biocomplexity
January 14, 2000 The NSF Biocomplexity Initiative
James Rosenberger (National Science Foundation), Michael Steuerwalt (National Science Foundation)
Biocomplexity
January 14, 2000 Workshop Introduction
Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Biocomplexity
December 10, 1999 Coloring SONET Rings and Related Problems
Tamra Carpenter (Telcordia)
Coloring SONET Rings and Related Problems - Tami Carpenter (Telcordia)
December 03, 1999 Gaussian Spectral Rules for Second Order Finite-difference Schemes
Vladimir Druskin (Schlumberger-Doll Research)
Gaussian Spectral Rules for Second Order Finite-difference Schemes - Vladimir Druskin (Schlumberger-Doll Research)
November 17, 1999 Non-monotonic Curvature Dependent Propagation of Flames
John Dold (University of Science and Technology in Manchester (UMIST))
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 17, 1999 Radiation Effect on Thermal Runaway
Vladimir Goldshtein (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 17, 1999 Time-asymptotic Behaviour in Hamilton-Jacobi Equations
Jean-Michel Roquejoffre (Université de Toulouse I (Sciences Sociales))
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 16, 1999 Combustion Leftovers
Rodney Weber (University of New South Wales)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 16, 1999 Reaction Enhancement by Percolating Flows
Lenya Ryzhik (University of Chicago)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 16, 1999 Evans Function Analysis and Stability Calculations in the Continous Spectrum
Rob Gardner (University of Massachusetts)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 16, 1999 Multicomponent Transport in Flames
Vincent Giovangigli (École Polytechnique)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 15, 1999 Numerical Analysis of Nonstationary Dissipative Structures and Waves in Highly Intensive Temperature Fields
Stefka Dimova (Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 15, 1999 The Free Boundary of an Inverse Conductivity Problem
Ioannis Athanasopoulos (University of Crete)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 15, 1999 Numerical Studies of Low Speed Combustion Phenomena
P. Haldenwang (Université d'Aix-Marseille I (Université de Provence))
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 15, 1999 Well Posedness and Singular Limits for Nonlinear Hyperbolic Systems
Alberto Bressan (International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA/ISAS))
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 14, 1999 Front Dynamics for a Free Interface Model of Self-propagating High-temperature Synthesis (SHS)
Victor Roytburd (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 14, 1999 On the Conical Shape of Premixed Bunsen Flames
Francois Hamel (Université de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie))
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 14, 1999 Instability in a Combustion Model with Free Boundary in R2
Claude-Michel Brauner (Université de Bordeaux I)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 14, 1999 Influence of Reactant Consumption on a Reaction Diffusion Model for Ignition
Andrew Lacey (Heriot-Watt University)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 14, 1999 The Influence of Advection on the Propagation of Flame Fronts
Henri Berestycki (Université de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie))
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 14, 1999 Welcome and Orientation
Jerrold Bebernes (University of Colorado), Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Minisymposium: Mathematical Investigations of Models in Combustion
November 12, 1999 Modeling Compaction Induced Heating of Energetic Granular Solids
Keith Gonthier (Lamar University)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 12, 1999 Shock-Initiation and Detonation Extinction in Homogeneous or Heterogeneous Explosives: Some Experiments and Models
Pierre Vidal (Université de Poitiers)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 11, 1999 Manifold Methods for Energetic Materials
Joseph Powers (University of Notre Dame)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 11, 1999 Numerical Resolution of Pulsating Detonation Waves
Ann Karagozian (University of California, Los Angeles)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 11, 1999 Combustion of Energetic Materials
Steven Son (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 11, 1999 Rapid Filtration Combustion Waves Driven by Convection
Bernard Matkowsky (Northwestern University)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 11, 1999 Modeling Energetic Materials That Change From Solid to Liquid to Gas to Burnt Vapor
Donald Stewart (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 10, 1999 Experimental Observations Concerning the Mesoscopic Origins of the Low Pressure Thermodynamic Equation of State and High Rate Mechanical Behavior of Plastic Bonded Explosives
J.c. Foster (Eglin Air Force Base)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 10, 1999 Granular Explosives and Initiation Sensitivity
Ralph Menikoff (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 10, 1999 Detonation Evolution due to an Initial Disturbance
Ashwani Kapila (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 09, 1999 Numerical Modeling of Thermonuclear Supernova Explosions
Alexei Khokhlov (Naval Research Laboratory)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 09, 1999 Cellular Detonations in Systems with High Activation Energy
Vadim Gamezo (Naval Research Laboratory)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 09, 1999 Multi-dimensional Detonation Stability: Recent Theoretical Advances
Mark Short (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 09, 1999 Numerical Simulations of Gas-Phase Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition
Alexei Khokhlov (Naval Research Laboratory), Elaine Oran (Naval Research Laboratory)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 09, 1999 Some Recent Experimental Studies of Transition to Detonation in Gaseous Mixtures
Geraint Thomas (University of Wales)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 09, 1999 Experimentally Validated Numerical Simulations of the Diffraction of Detonations
Martin Sichel (University of Michigan)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 08, 1999 The Ghost Fluid Method for Numerical Modeling of Detonations
Ron Fedkiw (University of California, Los Angeles)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 08, 1999 Level Set Methods for Tracking Shocks in Detonation Flows
Tariq Aslam (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 08, 1999 Non-Equilibrium Chemical Kinetic Effects in Explosive Reactive Flows
Craig Tarver (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 08, 1999 Non-Shock Initiation of Explosives: An Abbreviated Review
Blaine Asay (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 08, 1999 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Ashwani Kapila (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
High-Speed Combustion in Gaseous Condensed-Phase Energetic Materials
November 05, 1999 A Guide to Detonation Stability
Mark Short
High Speed Combustion
November 05, 1999 An Overview of High-speed Combustion
Donald Stewart (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
High Speed Combustion
November 05, 1999 Asymptotic Ideas in High-speed Combustion
John Dold
High Speed Combustion
November 05, 1999 Elements of Detonation Theory
Ashwani Kapila (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
High Speed Combustion
November 05, 1999 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Ashwani Kapila (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
High Speed Combustion
October 24, 1999 Scaling and Network Performance
Onuttom Narayan (University of California)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 24, 1999 That place is so crowded, no one goes there anymore. (*):

Adaptive Competition for Scarce Resources

(*) with apologies to Yogi Berra

Robert Savit (University of Michigan)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 24, 1999 Flow Aware Networking for Effective Quality of Service Control
James Roberts (CNET NETWORKS)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 24, 1999 Network Inferences from Scaling Analysis
Anna Gilbert (AT&T Laboratories - Research)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 24, 1999 Wavelet Tools for Scale Invariance
Patrice Abry (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)), Patrick Flandrin (École Normale Supérieure de Lyon), Darryl Veitch (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Multifractal Modeling of Long-Range-Dependent Network Traffic
Jianbo Gao (University of California, Los Angeles)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Multifractal Products of Stochastic Processes
Petteri Mannersalo (VTT Information Technology)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Multiscale Queuing Analysis of Long-Range-Dependent Network Traffic
Vinay Ribeiro (Rice University)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Weak Convergence of High-Speed Network Traffic Models
Eric van den Berg (Telcordia)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Periodic-chaotic Transition in a Network of N Parallel TCPs
Gabor Vattay (Eotvos University Budapest and ERICSSON Hungary)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Phase Transition Phenomena in Internet Traffic
Kensuke Fukuda (Nippon Telephone and Telegraph (NTT))
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Measuring Web Performance in the Wide Area
Paul Barford (Boston University)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Generic Mechanism for Hierarchies
Didier Sornette (University of California, Los Angeles)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Mechanisms for Generating Fractional Noises and Walks
Donald Turcotte (Cornell University)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Scaling Phenomena in Biological and Medical Systems
Larry Liebovitch (Florida Atlantic University)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Statistical Estimation of Multiscaling Exponents in Multiplicative Cascades
Ed Waymire (Oregon State University)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Complex Networks: A View from Nonlinear Dynamics
Steven Strogatz (Cornell University)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 Economics and its Implications for the Internet
Andrew Odlyzko (AT&T Laboratories - Research)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 23, 1999 On the Evolution of End-to-end Congestion Control in the Internet
Sally Floyd (International Computer Science Institute)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 22, 1999 Fractals/Multifractals in Finance, the Internet & Other Wild Aspects of Man's Works
Benoit Mandelbrot (Yale University)
Fractals/Multifractals in Finance, the Internet and other Wild Aspects of Man's Work

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