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Talks

Date Title / Speaker Event
May 01, 1997 A Parallel and Adaptive Framework for Unstructured Grids
Rupak Biswas (NASA Ames Research Center)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
May 01, 1997 Adaptive and Parallel Finite-Element Computation
Joseph Flaherty (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 30, 1997 Adaptive Mesh Refinement on Logically-Rectangular Grids for Hyperbolic Systems using AMRCLAW
Randall LeVeque (University of Washington)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 30, 1997 On Spatial Adaptivity and Interpolation For Transient Problems
Martin Berzins (University of Leeds)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 30, 1997 Cartesian (non-body-fitted) Grid Generation
Marsha Berger (New York University)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 29, 1997 High-Order Matching Finite Elements on Adaptive Grids
Gregory Kozlovsky (Integrated Systems Engineering AG)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 29, 1997 Bisection of Tetrahedra and Applications to Adapted Meshes
Arup Mukherjee (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 29, 1997 Optimal Mesh Smoothing
Marshall Bern (Xerox Corporation)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 29, 1997 Creating Curvilinear Meshes From Straight-Edged Meshes
Mark Shephard (Science Computation Research Center)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 29, 1997 Resolution of Boundary Layers on Triangular Meshes
Timothy Baker (Princeton University)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 28, 1997 The Full Domain Partition Approach to Parallel Adaptive Refinement
William Mitchell (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 28, 1997 Adaptive Finite-element Solution of the Navier-Stokes Equations
Roland Becker (Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 28, 1997 A General Concept for Adaptivity in Finite Element Methods
Rolf Rannacher (Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 28, 1997 A Posteriori Error Control and Adaptivity for Phase Change Problems
Ricardo Nochetto (University of Maryland)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 28, 1997 Some Nuts and Bolts of Adaptive Methods
Randolph Bank (University of California, San Diego)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 28, 1997 Welcome and Orientation
Avner Friedman (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Robert Gulliver (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Mitchell Luskin (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms
April 25, 1997 Review of the UG exercise
Henrik Rentz-Reichert (Universität Stuttgart)
PDE Software
April 24, 1997 An exercise using UG
Henrik Rentz-Reichert (Universität Stuttgart)
PDE Software
April 24, 1997 An Application example using UG
Henrik Rentz-Reichert (Universität Stuttgart)
PDE Software
April 24, 1997 The UG software
Henrik Rentz-Reichert (Universität Stuttgart)
PDE Software
April 24, 1997 Review of the PLTMG exercise
Randolph Bank (University of California, San Diego)
PDE Software
April 24, 1997 Lunch PDE Software
April 24, 1997 An exercise using PLTMG
Randolph Bank (University of California, San Diego)
PDE Software
April 24, 1997 An application example using PLTMG
Randolph Bank (University of California, San Diego)
PDE Software
April 24, 1997 The PLTMG software
Randolph Bank (University of California, San Diego)
PDE Software
April 24, 1997 Review of the PETSc exercise
Hidehiro Fujio (NEC Corporation)
PDE Software
April 23, 1997 SCIRun
Steven Parker (The University of Utah)
PDE Software
April 23, 1997 An exercise using PETSc
Barry Smith (Argonne National Laboratory)
PDE Software
April 23, 1997 An Application example using PETSc
Barry Smith (Argonne National Laboratory)
PDE Software
April 23, 1997 The PETSc software
Barry Smith (Argonne National Laboratory)
PDE Software
April 23, 1997 Review of the FEEL exercise
Hidehiro Fujio (NEC Corporation)
PDE Software
April 23, 1997 An exercise using FEEL
Hidehiro Fujio (NEC Corporation)
PDE Software
April 23, 1997 An Application example using FEEL
Hidehiro Fujio (NEC Corporation)
PDE Software
April 23, 1997 The FEEL software
Hidehiro Fujio (NEC Corporation)
PDE Software
April 23, 1997 Review of the MATLAB exercise
Lars Langemyr (COMSOL AB)
PDE Software
April 22, 1997 An exercise using MATLAB
Lars Langemyr (COMSOL AB)
PDE Software
April 22, 1997 An Application example using MATLAB
Lars Langemyr (COMSOL AB)
PDE Software
April 22, 1997 The MATLAB PDE software
Lars Langemyr (COMSOL AB)
PDE Software
April 22, 1997 An exercise using FreeFEM
Olivier Pironneau (Université de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie))
PDE Software
April 22, 1997 An application example using FreeFEM
Olivier Pironneau (Université de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie))
PDE Software
April 22, 1997 The FreeFEM software
Olivier Pironneau (Université de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie))
PDE Software
April 22, 1997 Review of the DIFFPACK exercise
Hans Langtangen (University of Oslo)
PDE Software
April 21, 1997 An exercise using DIFFPACK
Hans Langtangen (University of Oslo)
PDE Software
April 21, 1997 An application example using DIFFPACK
Hans Langtangen (University of Oslo)
PDE Software
April 21, 1997 The DIFFPACK software
Hans Langtangen (University of Oslo)
PDE Software
April 21, 1997 An exercise using FEAT
Stefan Turek (Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg)
PDE Software
April 21, 1997 An Application example using FEAT
Stefan Turek (Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg)
PDE Software
April 21, 1997 The FEAT software
Stefan Turek (Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg)
PDE Software
April 21, 1997 Welcome PDE Software
April 11, 1997 Visualization and the Internet
Michael Pique (Scripps Research Institute)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 11, 1997 Finding New Function Sites of Proteins Based on Frequency Analysis of Oligopeptides in the Genome Data
Hirofumi Doi (Fujitsu)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 11, 1997 Deducing Objective Site Models by Mixed Integer Programming
Gordon Crippen (University of Michigan)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 10, 1997 Rational Drug Design and All That. An Evolutionary Process
Ralph Hirschmann (University of Pennsylvania)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 10, 1997 Cell-Based Methods for Sampling High-Dimensional Spaces
Jason Rush (University of Washington)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 10, 1997 Applications of Distributed Computing to Molecular Modeling and Drug Discovery
Brian Luke (IBM)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 10, 1997 To Be Announced
David Rogers (Molecular Simulations Inc.)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 10, 1997 Applications of Neural Networks in Drug Design
Markus Wagener (SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 09, 1997 What are the New Problems That Should be Addressed in the Next Ten Years?
Jeff Blaney (Chiron Corporation)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 09, 1997 Molecular Dynamics Simulations Using Fast Ewald Summation
Thomas Darden (National Institute of Environmental)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 09, 1997 Molecular Dynamics Information Extraction
Denniis Sprous (Wesleyan University)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 09, 1997 Two Problems in Drug Design: Additivity Principles and Conformational Search Strategies
Ken Dill (University of San Francisco)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 08, 1997 Application of the GrowMol Computer Program to the Aspartic Acid Pepsin: Results of the Design and Synthesis of a Novel Inhibitor
Regine Bohacek (ARIAD Pharmaceuticals Inc.)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 08, 1997 Interactive Molecular Design using Binding Sites and Pharmacophores with Reference to the Potency Prediction Problem
Colin Mcmartin (Thistlesoft)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 08, 1997 Combinatorial Chemistry and Molecular Diversity
Jeff Blaney (Chiron Corporation)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 08, 1997 Solvation Effects and Their Impact on Drug Design
Christopher Cramer (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 07, 1997 What are the Most Important Problems in Drug Design That May Be Computationally Tractable?
Tony Hopfinger (University of Illinois, Chicago), Jeffrey Howe (Upjohn Company)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 07, 1997 Molecular Similarity
W. Graham Richards (University of Oxford)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 07, 1997 Matching Chemical and Biological Structures Using Graph-Theoretical Techniques
Peter Willett (University of Sheffield)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
April 07, 1997 Prediction of Affinities of Molecular Complexes: A Hybrid Approach
Garland Marshall (Washington University)
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Drug Design
March 21, 1997 On the Fully Discretized Model for the Inverse Problem in Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning
Yair Censor (Haifa University)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 21, 1997 Electrical Impedance Imaging
David Isaacson (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 21, 1997 3-D Visualization, Smoothing and Segmentation of Tomogram Data and Applications to Surgery
Willi Jäger (Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 20, 1997 Wavelets and Localised Tomography
Rolf Clack (The University of Utah)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 20, 1997 Some Recent Results in Cone-Beam Tomography
Rolf Clack (The University of Utah)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 20, 1997 Vector Field Tomography
Gunnar Sparr (Lund Institute of Technology)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 20, 1997 Mathematical Problems in Microwave Medical Imaging
David Colton (University of Delaware)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 19, 1997 A Novel Approach to Numerical Methods in Diffuse and Acoustical Imaging
Michael Klibanov (University of North Carolina)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 19, 1997 Inverse Radiation Treatment Planning--- Theoretical and Implementational Issues
Weldon Lodwick (University of Colorado Denver)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 19, 1997 New Inverse Problems and Applications of Old Ones
Lawrence Shepp (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 18, 1997 Nonlinear Inverse Problems and Emission Tomography
Peter Maass (Universität Potsdam)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 18, 1997 Bioelectric Field Imaging Problems: Modeling, Computation, and Visualization
Christopher Johnson (The University of Utah)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 18, 1997 Tomography Through the Transport Equation
Dimitri Anikonov (Far Eastern Branch Russian Acad. Sci.)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 18, 1997 Some Computational Issues in Medical Imaging
Gabor Herman (University of Pennsylvania)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 17, 1997 The Application of the X-Ray Transform to 3D Conformal Radiotherapy with Dynamic Multileaf Collimators
Robert Levine (Lincoln Laboratories)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 17, 1997 Image Reconstruction in Optical Tomography
S. R. Arridge (University College)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 17, 1997 Scattered Radiation in Emission Computed Tomography: Accurate Modeling and Optimum Utilization
Harrison Barrett (University of Arizona)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 17, 1997 Welcome and Orientation
Avner Friedman (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Robert Gulliver (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Frank Natterer (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster)
Computational Radiology and Imaging: Therapy and Diagnostics
March 13, 1997 Software Issues
Dennis Gannon (Indiana University)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 13, 1997 Parallel Object-Oriented Adaptive Mesh Refinement for Hyperbolic Systems
Dinshaw Balsara (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 13, 1997 Data-Parallel Implementations of AMR
Tomasz Haupt (Syracuse University)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 13, 1997 AMR using HPF
Piyush Mehrotra (ICASE/NASA)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 13, 1997 Adaptive Mesh Refinement for Multi-Scale Problems
John Trangenstein (Duke University)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 13, 1997 Static and Adaptive Hierarchical Mesh Simulations in Astrophysics
Mike Norman (NCSA, UIUC)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 13, 1997 Experience with AMR and Numerical Relativity
Matthew Choptuik (The University of Texas at Austin)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 13, 1997 Adaptive Mesh Refinement for Sharp Fronts and Irregular Geometries
Phillip Colella (University of California, Berkeley)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 13, 1997 Progress, Results and Experience in Developing and Adaptive Solver for Steady-State Turbulent Reacting Flows in Industrial Boilers and Furnaces
Michael Pernice (The University of Utah)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 12, 1997 AMR++: And Object-Oriented C++ Library for the Development of Serial and Parallel Adaptive Mesh Refinement Applications
Daniel Quinlan (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 12, 1997 HAMR: The Hierarchical Adaptive Mesh Refinement System
Henry Neeman (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 12, 1997 RLS: A Parallel Runtime System Library for Atmospheric Models with Nesting
John Michalakes (Argonne National Laboratory)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods
March 12, 1997 Compiler Support for Parallel Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Codes
Keshav Pingali (Cornell University)
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Grid Methods

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