Campuses:

Talks

Date Title / Speaker Event
June 12, 2002 Discussion Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 12, 2002 A Marked Spatio-Temporal Point Process Model for California Earthquakes
Stephen Rathbun (The Pennsylvania State University)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 12, 2002 Forum: Which Models are Acceptable?
John Anderson (University of Nevada), Daryl Daley (Australian National University), Alexey Lyubushin (Russian Academy of Sciences), Renata Rotondi (Italian Research Council (CNR))
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 12, 2002 Stochastic Models for Earthquake Occurrences
David Vere-Jones (University of Victoria)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 11, 2002 Second Chances
David Brillinger (University of California, Berkeley)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 11, 2002 Discussion Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 11, 2002 Renormalized Omori Law, Conditional Foreshocks, Spatial Diffusion and Earthquake Prediction with the Etas Model
Didier Sornette (University of California, Los Angeles)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 11, 2002 Interpretation and Uses of Fractal Dimensions in Modelling Earthquake Data
David Harte (Statistics Research Associates Limited)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 11, 2002 Uses of Point Process and Time Series Models in Seismic Risk Analysis (Tutorial)
David Brillinger (University of California, Berkeley)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 10, 2002 Second Chances
Bruce Bolt (University of California, Berkeley)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 10, 2002 Discussion Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 10, 2002 Mapping Earthquake Shaking and Earthquake Damage
James Dewey (U.S. Geological Survey)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 10, 2002 Discussion Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 10, 2002 Methodology for Evaluation of Characteristic Earthquake Models Using Paleoseismic Measurements of Fault Slip from Sites with Multiple Earthquakes
Norm Abrahamson (Pacific Gas and Electric)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 10, 2002 Lunch Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 10, 2002 Forum: Are Earthquakes Random?
Greg Anderson (U.S. Geological Survey), David Brillinger (University of California, Berkeley), Robert Nadeau (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), William Newman (University of California, Los Angeles), Frederic Schoenberg (University of California, Los Angeles)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 10, 2002 Earthquake Morphology
Bruce Bolt (University of California, Berkeley)
Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
June 10, 2002 Welcome and Introduction Point Process Modeling and Seismological Application of Statistics
May 26, 2002 Team 6: Optimal Pricing Strategy in Differentiated Durable-Goods Markets
Suzhou Huang (Ford Research Laboratory)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry VI - A Workshop for Graduate Students
May 26, 2002 Team 5: Optimal Design for a Varying Environment
David Misemer (3M)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry VI - A Workshop for Graduate Students
May 26, 2002 Team 4: Mobility Management in Cellular Telephony
David Shallcross (Telcordia)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry VI - A Workshop for Graduate Students
May 26, 2002 Team 3: Designing Airplane Engine Struts Using Minimal Surfaces
Thomas Grandine (The Boeing Company)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry VI - A Workshop for Graduate Students
May 26, 2002 Team 2: Modeling Networked Control Systems
Sonja Glavaski (Honeywell)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry VI - A Workshop for Graduate Students
May 26, 2002 Team 1: Modeling of Planarization in Chemical-Mechanical Polishing
Leonard Borucki (Motorola)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry VI - A Workshop for Graduate Students
May 26, 2002 Welcome and Introduction Mathematical Modeling in Industry VI - A Workshop for Graduate Students
May 03, 2002 A Revised 4D-Var Algorithm for Increased Efficiency and Improved Accuracy
Yannick Tremolet (European Cte for Medium-Range Weather Forecast)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 03, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 03, 2002 On the use of the Variational Adjoint Method in Ecosystem Modeling
Yvette Spitz (Oregon State University)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 03, 2002 Minimax Optimization and Omnidirectional Dielectric Mirror
Grant Erdmann (US Air Force Research Laboratory)
Minimax Optimization and Omnidirectional Dielectric Mirrors - Grant Erdmann (MCIM Graduate Student)
May 03, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 03, 2002 Interdisciplinary Data Assimilation via Error Subspace Statistical Estimation
Pierre Lermusiaux (Harvard University)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 Some Variants to the Singular Evolutive Extended Kalman (SEEK) Filter for Data Assimilation
Dinh-Tuan Pham (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS))
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 The Analysis of an Ill-Posed Problem Using Multi-Scale Resolution and Second-Order Adjoint Techniques
I. Michael Navon (Florida State University)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 Breeding, Singular Vectors, Lyapunov Vectors and Data Assimilation
Eugenia Kalnay (University of Maryland)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 Sampling Issues for Ensemble Filters
Jeffrey Anderson (NCAR/MMM)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 M2 Internal Tide off Oregon: Inferences from Data Assimilation
Alexandre Kurapov (Oregon State University)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 02, 2002 An Invitation to Control Theoretic Challenges In Turbulence & Plasma Dynamics
Sivaguru Sritharan (US Navy)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Talk 1: Assimilation of Sea Surface Height Anomaly Data and Lagrangian Position Data from Floats and Drifters
Arthur Mariano (University of Miami)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Physical Consistency of Data Assimilated State Evolution; On the Significance of Smoothers and the Importance of Process Noise Modeling
Ichiro Fukumori (National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA))
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Covariance Matching; A Method for Estimating Model and Data Errors A Priori
Ichiro Fukumori (National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA))
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 A Partitioned Kalman Filter and Smoother
Ichiro Fukumori (National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA))
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Perfect Model Predictability in a Simple Model of the Atmosphere
Richard Kleeman (New York University)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Second Order Analysis in Data Assimilation
Francois-Xavier Le Dimet (LMC-IMAG)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Sequential Estimation of Regime Transitions
Dmitri Kondrashov (University of California, Los Angeles)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Discussion Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
May 01, 2002 Lagrangian Data Assimilation in Ocean Models
Christopher Jones (Brown University)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 30, 2002 Generating Derivative Code by Automatic Differentiation for Assimilation and Error Estimation
Ralf Giering (FastOpt)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 30, 2002 A Brief Overview of the DAO Data Assimilation System
Ricardo Todling (National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA))
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 30, 2002 Role of Small-scale Variability in the Tropical Pacific Ocean Data Assimilation
Alexey Kaplan (Columbia University)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 30, 2002 Tuning of Observation Error Parameters in a Variational Data Assimilation
Gerald Desroziers (NRM/GMAP)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 30, 2002 How Well Operational Ensembles Can Explain Forecast Errors?
Zoltan Toth (National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA))
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 29, 2002 Kalman Filtering Algorithms for Data Assimilation Problems
A.w. Heemink (Technische Universiteit te Delft)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 29, 2002 Data Assimilation for Modeling and Predicting Multiscale Coupled Physical-Biological Interactions in the Sea
Allan Robinson (Harvard University)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 29, 2002 Four-dimensional Error Covariance Models in Data Assimilation for NWP: A Comparison of Incremental 4D-Var and the Ensemble Kalman Filter
Andrew Lorenc (United Kingdom Metereology Office)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 29, 2002 Overview
Robert Miller (Oregon State University)
Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 29, 2002 Welcome and Introduction Data Assimilation in the Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
April 26, 2002 Scalable Newton-Krylov Methods for Inverse Wave Propagation
Omar Ghattas (Carnegie-Mellon University)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 26, 2002 Velocity Model Estimation by Inversion of Focusing Operators: About the

Resolution Dependent Parameterization and the Use of the LSQR Method

Barbara Cox (Technische Universiteit te Delft)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 26, 2002 There is Plenty of Signal in the Noise
John Scales (Colorado School of Mines)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 26, 2002 Infectious Diseases Modeling at Dynamics Technology, Inc.
Richard Jordan (Dynamic Technologies)
Infectious Diseases Modeling at Dynamics Technology, Inc. - Richard Jordan (Dynamics Technology Inc.)
April 26, 2002 Resolution Limits of Traveltime Tomograms based on Diffraction Physics
Gerard Schuster (The University of Utah)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 25, 2002 A Few Words About the Seismology of the Solar Interior
Michael Thompson (The Blackett Laboratory)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 25, 2002 Adapting to Nonstationary Behavior. Examples from Geophysics and Cosmology
Luis Tenorio (Colorado School of Mines)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 25, 2002 Large Scale Modelling of the Milky Way - An Application of New Goodness of Fit Techniques in Inverse Regression Models
Nicolai Bissantz (Georg-August-Universität zu Göttingen)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 25, 2002 Uncertainty Analysis of the Solution Model of 3D Seismic Reflection Tomography
Delphine Sinoquet (Institut Français du Pétrole)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 25, 2002 Inverse Scattering of Guided Waves
Gerard Herman (Technische Universiteit te Delft)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 24, 2002 Local Minima in Seismic Waveform Tomography
R. Gerhard Pratt (Queen's University)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 24, 2002 An Inverse Problem in Economics
Suzhou Huang (Ford Research Laboratory)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 24, 2002 Strong Nonlinearity and Large Dimensionality: Should We Go to Work or to Sleep?
Albert Tarantola (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 24, 2002 Random Scattering and Uncertainty in Magnetotellurics
Benjamin White (ExxonMobil)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 24, 2002 The Role of Nolinearity in Inverse Problems
Roel Snieder (Colorado School of Mines)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 23, 2002 Scaling: The Impact of Coupled Fluid Flow and Geomechanical Deformation Modeling on 4D Seismic
Susan Minkoff (University of Maryland Baltimore County)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 23, 2002 Geophysical Inversion for Mineral Exploration
Douglas Oldenburg (University of British Columbia)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 23, 2002 Multiscale Electromagnetic Imaging of a Random Medium
Elena Cherkaev (The University of Utah)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 23, 2002 Array Imaging, Time Reversal and Communications in Random Media
George Papanicolaou (Stanford University)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 22, 2002 Global Optimization for Parameter Estimation of Oil Reservoirs
Susana Gomez (National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM))
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 22, 2002 Using Bayesian Inference to Quantify How Measurements Affect the Uncertainty of Inversion Results
Alberto Malinverno (Schlumberger-Doll Research)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 22, 2002 Estimation of the Magnetizations of Geologic Bodies: The Poles of Uncertainty Slides
Robert Parker (Scripps Institute of Oceanography)
Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 22, 2002 Welcome and Introduction Workshop: Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty
April 19, 2002 Statistical Measures of Uncertainty in Inverse Problems
Philip Stark (University of California, Berkeley)
Inverse Problems and the Quantification of Uncertainty
April 19, 2002 A Simple ATM Backbone Network Reliability Model
Veena Mendiratta (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
A Simple ATM Backbone Network Reliability Model - Veena B. Mendiratta (Lucent)
April 19, 2002 Deterministic Measures of Uncertainty in Inverse Problems
William Symes (Rice University)
Inverse Problems and the Quantification of Uncertainty
April 13, 2002 Evolutionary Consequences of Hybridization with Invasive Plants: Two Key Questions
Diane Campbell (University of California)
Evolutionary Consequences of Biological Invasions
April 13, 2002 Rhizobium Species Form Biofilms: A Survival Strategy?
Ann Hirsch (University of California, Los Angeles)
Evolutionary Consequences of Biological Invasions
April 13, 2002 How Analogous are Exotic Introductions to Genetically Engineered Plants?
James Hancock (Michigan State University)
Evolutionary Consequences of Biological Invasions
April 13, 2002 Altered Size, Fecundity and Herbivore Defense in Introduced versus Native St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum): Evolution or Plasticity?
John Maron (University of Montana)
Evolutionary Consequences of Biological Invasions
April 13, 2002 Evolution, Population Dynamics, and the Potential for Invasions in Demographic Sinks
Richard Gomulkiewicz (Washington State University)
Evolutionary Consequences of Biological Invasions
April 13, 2002 The Chestnut Blight Fungus and its Viruses: An Example of Murphy's Law for Introduced species?
Michael Milgroom (Cornell University)
Evolutionary Consequences of Biological Invasions
April 13, 2002 Welcome and Introduction Evolutionary Consequences of Biological Invasions
April 12, 2002 Keynote: The Flood of Exotic Species Invasions of America's Coastal Oceans: Why Now. Why We Should Care and What We Can Do About It.
James Carlton (Williams College)
Evolutionary Consequences of Biological Invasions
March 29, 2002 Mathematical Problems Arising in Multi-Sensor Multi-Platform Precision Registration
Craig Poling (Lockheed Martin)
Mathematical Problems Arising in Multi-Sensor Multi-Platform Precision Registration - Craig T. Poling

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