Campuses:

Talks

Date Title / Speaker Event
January 11, 2002 Two-scale, Locally Conservative Subgrid Upscaling for Elliptic Problems
Todd Arbogast (The University of Texas at Austin)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 11, 2002 Porous Media Deposition Damage from Injection of Water with Particles
Dan Marchesin (Instituto de Matematica Pura e Aplicada)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 10, 2002 On the Interaction of Heterogeneity and Multiphase Flow in Porous Media
Frederico Furtado (University of Wyoming)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 10, 2002 Assessing Uncertainty in Reservoir Prediction by Monte Carlo Methods
Dean Oliver (University of Tulsa)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 09, 2002 Regularity-adaptive Basis Function Representation for Seismic Data
Felix Herrmann
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 09, 2002 Modeling Permeability Hysteresis in Two- and Three-Phase Flow via Relaxation
Bradley Plohr (University at Albany (SUNY))
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 09, 2002 Computational Science Issues in Oil and Gas Production: Upscaling, Geologic Uncertainty and Economic Models
Mary Wheeler (The University of Texas at Austin)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 09, 2002 Improved Production Forecasts and History Matching Using Approximate Fluid-Flow Simulators
Henning Omre (Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU))
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 08, 2002 Groundwater Flow Simulation and Validation
Gabriel Wittum (Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 08, 2002 Stochastic Modeling of Immiscible Flow with Moment Equations
Thomas Russell (University of Colorado Denver)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 08, 2002 Upscaling and Hysteresis in Models of Soil Moisture, Evaporation, and Transpiration
Michael Celia (Princeton University)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 08, 2002 Performance Prediction for Non-Conventional Wells in Heterogeneous Reservoirs: From Approximate Models to Detailed Simulation
Louis Durlofsky (Stanford University)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 08, 2002 Random Domain Decomposition for Stochastic Flow Equations
Larrabee Winter (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 07, 2002 Prediction of Oil Production with Confidence Intervals
James Glimm (University at Albany (SUNY))
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 07, 2002 Stochastic Inverse Modelling Under Realistic Prior Model Constraints With Multiple-Point Geostatistics
Jef Caers (Stanford University)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 07, 2002 Quantifying Uncertainty in Reservoir Performance Prediction
Michael Christie (Heriot-Watt University)
Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
January 07, 2002 Welcome and Introduction Quantifying Uncertainty and Multiscale Phenomena in Subsurface Processes
December 07, 2001 Finding a Robust Design for Optical Components
David Misemer (3M)
Finding a Robust Design for Optical Components - David K. Misemer (Software, Electronic and Mechanical Systems Laboratory)
November 30, 2001 On the Spectral Decomposition of Empirical Correlation Matrices Related to Term Structures
Carlos Tolmasky (Cargill, Inc.)
November 15, 2001 State Space Approach to Signal Extraction Problems in Seismology
Genshiro Kitagawa (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 15, 2001 Nonparametric Deconvolution of Seismic Depth Phases
Robert Shumway (University of California)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 14, 2001 Discussion Session: A Sleepy Observer Problem --- how do you spectral analyze data from a point process when the observer keeps falling asleep? Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 14, 2001 Multiple Time-scale Climate Controls on Flood probabilities: Examples from the Western United States
Shaleen Jain (National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA))
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 14, 2001 Pixel Tours
Edward Wegman (George Mason University)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 14, 2001 Musings on Long-Memory Processes
David Thomson (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 14, 2001 Non Stationary Time Series Analysis of Global Temperature Anamolies
Tata Subba Rao (University of Science and Technology in Manchester (UMIST))
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 14, 2001 Modeling North Pacific Climate Time Series
Donald Percival (University of Washington)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 13, 2001 Discussion Session: Estimating Arrival Times of Multiple Seismic Phases Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 13, 2001 Hidden Periodicities Analysis for Spatial Data and its Application in Geophysics
Zhongjie Xie (Beijing (Peking) University)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 13, 2001 Non-linear Analysis of Spatial Time Series
Ana Antunes (University of Science and Technology in Manchester (UMIST))
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 13, 2001 Self-affine Time Series: Measures and Applications in Geophysics
Donald Turcotte (Cornell University)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 13, 2001 A New Look at the Change-point Problem
Wei Wu (University of Chicago)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 13, 2001 Nonparametric Estimation of the Intensity Function of a Point Process
Keh-Shin Lii (University of California)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 12, 2001 Innovation Approach to the Identification of Nonlinear Causal Models in Time Series Analysis
Tohru Ozaki (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 12, 2001 Maximum Likelihood Estimation for All-Pass Models
Richard Davis (Colorado State University)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 12, 2001 Linear Stationary Non-Gaussian Time Series
Murray Rosenblatt (University of California, San Diego)
Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 12, 2001 Welcome and Introduction Time Series Analysis and Applications to Geophysical Systems
November 02, 2001 Chaos, Ergodic Gheory and Multifractal Singularities of Stochastic Differential Equations
Daniel Schertzer (Laboratoire de Modelisation en Mecanique (LMM))
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
November 02, 2001 A New Class of Speech Signal Stochastic Models and Applications to Blind Source Separation Problems
Radu Balan (Siemens Corporate Research, Inc.)
A New Class of Speech Signal Stochastic Models and Applications to Blind Source Separation Problems - Radu Victor Balan (Siemens AG)
November 02, 2001 Asteroidal Satellites
James Howard (University of Colorado)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
November 01, 2001 Topology of 2D Incompressible Flows
Shouhong Wang (Indiana University)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
November 01, 2001 A Variational Level-Set Approach for Two-Phase Incompressible Fluids
Steve Shkoller (University of California)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
November 01, 2001 Stochastic Dynamics of Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Models
Jinqiao Duan (Illinois Institute of Technology)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
November 01, 2001 Mathematical Study of Certain Geophysical Models
Edriss Titi (University of California)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 31, 2001 Discussion Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 31, 2001 Predictability in Dynamical Systems Relevant to Climate and Weather
Richard Kleeman (New York University)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 31, 2001 Ordered Upwind Methods: Computing Viscosity Solutions to Optimal Control and Non-Viscosity Solutions to Wave Propagation
James Sethian (University of California, Berkeley)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 31, 2001 Mathematical Strategies for Stochastic Climate Modelling
Andrew Majda (New York University)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 31, 2001 Some Recent Developments on the Primitive Equations
Roger Temam (Indiana University)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 30, 2001 Simulation and Time Series Analysis (Software Demonstration)
Ferenc Varadi (University of California, Los Angeles)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 30, 2001 Problems in Solar System Dynamics
Ferenc Varadi (University of California, Los Angeles)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 30, 2001 Resonant Planet-Disk Interactions in the Solar System
Glen Stewart (University of Colorado)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 30, 2001 Quaternary Glaciations and Celestial Mechanics
Michael Ghil (University of California, Los Angeles)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 30, 2001 Climate Stability (and Instability) on Long Time Scales
James Kasting (The Pennsylvania State University)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 29, 2001 Invariant Manifolds, the Three-Body Problem and a Petit Grand Tour of Jovian Moons
Wang Koon (California Institute of Technology)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 29, 2001 A Nonlinear Quasiperiodic Mathieu Equation
Richard Rand (Cornell University)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 29, 2001 Numerical Integration, Lyapunov Exponents, and the Outer Solar System
William Newman (University of California, Los Angeles)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 29, 2001 The Renaissance in Solar System Dynamics
Joseph Burns (Cornell University)
Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 29, 2001 Welcome and Introduction Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics and Climate Dynamics
October 26, 2001 Screening for the Effect of a Potent New Anti-HIV Compound on HIV Infected Cells Using Oligonucleotide Arrays to Measure Gene Expression
Sanjive Qazi (Parker Hughes Cancer Institute)
Screening for the Effect of a Potent New Anti-HIV Compound on HIV Infected Cells Using Oligonucleotide Arrays to Measure Gene Expression - Sanjive Qazi (Parker-Hughes Cancer Center)
October 19, 2001 Mathematical Modeling of Mechanical and Fluid Pressures in Chemical-Mechanical Polishing
Leonard Borucki (Motorola)
Mathematical Modeling of Mechanical and Fluid Pressures in Chemical-Mechanical Polishing - Leonard Borucki (Motorola Digital DNA Lab)
October 12, 2001 Sub-critical and Super-critical Regimes in Epidemic Models of Earthquake Aftershocks
Agnes Helmstetter (University of California, Los Angeles)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 12, 2001 Implementing Value at Risk Using Scenario Simulations
Natalyia Kerbel (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Implementing Value at Risk Using Scenario Simulations - Natasha Kerbel (MCIM Masters Candidate)
October 12, 2001 Weather Prediction
James Yorke (University of Maryland)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 11, 2001 Modeling of Seismicity: A Mathematician's Perspective
Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 11, 2001 Complexity of Inverse and Direct Cascading of Earthquakes
Vladimir Kossobokov (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 11, 2001 Micro and Macroscopic Models for Material Failure
Donald Turcotte (Cornell University)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 10, 2001 Strike-slip Fault Network Evolution in the Scaling Organization of Fracture Tectonic Model
Clement Narteau (California Institute of Technology)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 10, 2001 Controlling Thermal Chaos in the Mantle by Feedback due to Radiative Thermal Conductivity
David Yuen (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 10, 2001 Complexity and Spatio-Temporal Chaos in Material Failure: Analysis and Computation of Fiber Bundle Models
William Newman (University of California, Los Angeles)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 09, 2001 A GOY Model for the Navier Stokes Equations with Nonlinear Viscosity
Susan Friedlander (University of Illinois, Chicago)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 09, 2001 Incompressible Flows of an Ideal Fluid with Unbounded Vorticity
Mikhail Vishik (The University of Texas at Austin)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 09, 2001 Analysis and Interpretation of the Main Geomagnetic Field: The Magnetic Field at the Core-Mantle Boundary: Some Topological Speculations
Raymond Hide (NONE)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 08, 2001 Solitons in Hierarchical Systems (an example)
Sergey Cherkis (Princeton University)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 08, 2001 Making a Splash, Breaking a Neck: The Development of Complexity in Physical Systems
Leo Kadanoff (University of Chicago)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 08, 2001 Are Simple Models Adequate for the Simulation of Recurrent Seismicity?
Leon Knopoff (University of California, Los Angeles)
Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 08, 2001 Welcome and Introduction Complexity in Geophysical Systems
October 06, 2001 The Spinning Earth
Raymond Hide (NONE)
Special Event: Keilis-Borok Festschrift
October 05, 2001 Mathematica Applications to a few of Academician Keilis-Borok's Favorite Problems
Edo Nyland (University of Alberta)
Special Event: Keilis-Borok Festschrift
October 05, 2001 Present-day Surface Wave Seismology
Anatoli Levshin (University of Colorado)
Special Event: Keilis-Borok Festschrift
October 05, 2001 Rise of Activity, i.e. Inverse Cascading, at the Approach of an Extreme Event
Vladimir Kossobokov (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Special Event: Keilis-Borok Festschrift
October 05, 2001 Some Old and More Recent Results of the Mathematical theory of an Ideal Incompressible Fluid
Mikhail Vishik (The University of Texas at Austin)
Special Event: Keilis-Borok Festschrift
October 05, 2001 Boolean Delay Equations as Formal Conceptual Models for Climate, Earthquakes, and Other Complexities
Michael Ghil (University of California, Los Angeles)
Special Event: Keilis-Borok Festschrift
October 05, 2001 Model of the Source for Large Earthquakes
Leon Knopoff (University of California, Los Angeles)
Special Event: Keilis-Borok Festschrift
September 29, 2001 Periodically Spaced Channels in Geomorphology
Norbert Schorghofer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 29, 2001 Competing Theoretical Frameworks for Atmospheric Variability: Quasi-geostrophic Turbulence vs Linear Stochastic Dynamics
Joseph Tribbia (National Center for Atmospheric Research)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 28, 2001 Low Dimensionality in the Atmospheric Dynamics: Implications for Data Assimilation
Eugenia Kalnay (University of Maryland)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 28, 2001 Cloud Structure and Earth's Climate
Robert Cahalan (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 28, 2001 F. John's Ultrahyperbolic Equation and 3D Computed Tomography
Sarah Patch (General Electric Corp., Research and Development Center)
F. John's Ultrahyperbolic Equation and 3D Computed Tomography - Sarah Patch (General Electric Company)
September 28, 2001 Fractality in Physical Models: Probability Problems
Gueorgui Moltchan (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 27, 2001 Seismic Dynamics Prior to and After the Great Earthquakes Worldwide, 1985-2001
Vladimir Kossobokov (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 27, 2001 Morphological Instabilities, Oscillations, Fingers, Channels, and Multiple Equilibria in Mantle Upwelling, Volcanoes, Glaciers, and Oceans
Jack Whitehead (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 27, 2001 A Sea Ice Switch Mechanism for the Glacial Cycles
Eli Tziperman (Weizmann Institute of Science)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 26, 2001 Long-range Correlations of Seismicity Prior to Strong Earthquake. Simple Model vs. Complex Observations
Ilia Zaliapin (University of California, Los Angeles)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 26, 2001 Spatio-temporal Properties of the Extratropical Atmospheric Circulation
Anastasios Tsonis (University of Wisconsin)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 26, 2001 Colliding Cascades Models for Earthquake Prediction
Vladimir Keilis-Borok (University of California, Los Angeles)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 25, 2001 Bifurcations and Pattern Formation in Earth's Fluid Envelope
Michael Ghil (University of California, Los Angeles)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 25, 2001 Earthquakes as a Nonlinear Dynamical Process
William Newman (University of California, Los Angeles)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 25, 2001 Self-organized Criticality: What is it and What is it Good for
Donald Turcotte (Cornell University)
Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences
September 25, 2001 Welcome and Introduction Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Geosciences

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