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Talks

Date Title / Speaker Event
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
October 22, 1999 Network Tomography
Donald Towsley (University of Massachusetts)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 22, 1999 Self-Similarity and Power Laws in the Web
Mark Crovella (Boston University)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 22, 1999 Asymptotics in the Internet
Scott Shenker (ACIRI/ICSI)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 22, 1999 HOT Power Laws in Networks and other Complex Systems
John Doyle (California Institute of Technology)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 22, 1999 Architectural Principles of the Internet
Mark Handley (International Computer Science Institute)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 22, 1999 Why Analyzing the Internet is Painfully Hard
Vern Paxson (ACIRI/ICSI)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 22, 1999 Welcome and Orientation
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Walter Willinger (AT&T Laboratories - Research)
Scaling Phenomena in Communication Networks
October 15, 1999 New Approach of Computing the Intrinsic Low Dimensional Manifold Reaction Space Via Complex Variables
Nelson Butuk (Prairie View A&M University)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 15, 1999 The Relationship between Finite-dimensional Manifolds of Reduced Kinetics and Infinite-dimensional Manifolds of Reacting Flows
Samuel Paolucci (University of Notre Dame)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 15, 1999 Applications of Systematically Reduced Mechanisms to Combustion Research
John Hewson (Sandia National Laboratories)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 15, 1999 Time Scale Separation and Scalar Space Requirements of Complex Chemical Systems
Peter Lindstedt (Imperial College London)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 14, 1999 Singular Perturbation Theory for Reaction-diffusion PDEs
Tasso Kaper (Boston University)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 14, 1999 Model Reduction for Chemical Kinetics: An Optimization Approach
Linda Petzold (University of California)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 14, 1999 Some New Aspects of Efficient Calculation and Implementation of ILDM
Tilmann Blasenbrey (Universität Stuttgart)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 14, 1999 Solution Mapping for Numerically Efficient Implementation of Chemical Kinetics
Michael Frenklach (University of California, Berkeley)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 14, 1999 Geometric Singular Perturbation Theory
Christopher Jones (Brown University)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 14, 1999 Development of Manifolds in Reaction-Diffusion Systems: Construction of Reduced Kinetic Mechanisms
Dimitris Goussis (Institute of Chem. Eng. & High Temp. Chem. Processes)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 14, 1999 The Role of Computational Singular Perturbation (CSP) in Chemical Kinetics
Sau-Hai Lam (Princeton University)
Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 14, 1999 Welcome and Introduction Minisympoium: Mathematical and Computational Strategies for Simplifying Complex Kinetics
October 13, 1999 Discussion Fires
October 13, 1999 Some Unresolved Fire Problems
Patrick Pagni (University of California, Berkeley)
Fires
October 13, 1999 Industrial Fire Simulation
Kevin Mcgrattan (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Fires
October 13, 1999 Contribution to the Understanding of Wall Burning: Past and Present Work in Poitiers
Pierre Joulain (Université de Poitiers)
Fires
October 13, 1999 Zone Modeling, Theory, Applications, and Certainty
Walter Jones (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Fires
October 12, 1999 Discussion Fires
October 12, 1999 Pyrolysis and Ignition of Solid Materials
Arvind Atreya (University of Michigan)
Fires
October 12, 1999 Discussion of a Correlation for Flame Height and Flame Entrainment Fires
October 12, 1999 Air Entrainment Rate Calculations Using Baum's Fire Induced Flow-field Formulation
Jayvant Gore (Purdue University)
Fires
October 12, 1999 Modeling Considerations for Large Fires
Louis Gritzo (Sandia National Laboratories)
Fires
October 11, 1999 Discussion Fires
October 11, 1999 Modeling Flame Spread and Extinction Limits in low-speed Concurrent Flows
James Tien (Case Western Reserve University)
Fires
October 11, 1999 The Modeling of Complex Physical Phenomena in Pyrolyzing Materials
Kathryn Butler (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Fires
October 11, 1999 Important Physical and Chemical Processes in Materials for their Burning
Takashi Kashiwagi (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Fires
October 11, 1999 Numerical Modeling of Endothermic Pyrolysis and Ignition Delay of Composite Materials Exposed to an External Radiant Flux
Carlos Fernandez-Pello (University of California, Berkeley)
Fires
October 11, 1999 Welcome and Introduction Fires
October 01, 1999 Numerical Simulation of Non-premixed Counterflow Flames and Reacting Mixing Layers
Ananias Tomboulides (Boston University)
Low Speed Combustion
October 01, 1999 Flow and Reaction in Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Andy King (University of Birmingham)
Low Speed Combustion
September 30, 1999 Theoretical and Numerical Study of Critical Conditions for Spherical and Cylindrical Flame Initiation
Longting He (Princeton University)
Low Speed Combustion
September 30, 1999 Ignition of a Combustible Solid by Microwave Heating, and a Modulation Theory for Solutions of Fisher's Equation
Michael Booty (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Low Speed Combustion
September 30, 1999 Frontal Polymerization as an Analog of Gasless Combustion
Vladimir Volpert (Northwestern University)
Low Speed Combustion
September 30, 1999 Diffusive-thermal Instability of Counterflow Flames at Low Lewis Number
Paul Ronney (University of Southern California)
Low Speed Combustion
September 30, 1999 Pressure Waves and Premixed Flames
Andy Mcintosh (University of Leeds)
Low Speed Combustion
September 30, 1999 AEA of Triple Flames: Introducing Corrections Due to Compressibility
Sandip Ghosal (Sandia National Laboratories)
Low Speed Combustion
September 29, 1999 Two-phase-flow Combustion: Deflagrations in Confined Porous Energetic Materials and their Stability
Stephen Margolis (Sandia National Laboratories)
Low Speed Combustion
September 29, 1999 On the Combined Effects of Gravity and Air Flow on Flame Spread over Solid Fuels
Amable Linan (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
Low Speed Combustion
September 28, 1999 Ignition
John Dold (University of Science and Technology in Manchester (UMIST))
Low Speed Combustion
September 28, 1999 From Single Droplet to Practical Spray Combustion: Fundamental Studies in Between
Alessandro Gomez (Yale University)
Low Speed Combustion
September 28, 1999 Mathematics and Physics for Supercritical Spray Combustion Research
Akira Umemura (Nagoya University)
Low Speed Combustion
September 28, 1999 Theoretical Issues in Droplet Evaporation Dynamics
Constantine Megaridis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Low Speed Combustion
September 27, 1999 Diffusion Flames - Structure and Stability
Moshe Matalon (Northwestern University)
Low Speed Combustion
September 27, 1999 Modeling of Heterogeneous Propellant Flames
Thomas Jackson (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Low Speed Combustion
September 27, 1999 Edge-flames
John Buckmaster (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Low Speed Combustion
September 27, 1999 A Unified Theory for Combustion-driven Flow Dynamics in a Model of a Solid Rocket Motor Chamber
David Kassoy (University of Colorado)
Low Speed Combustion
September 27, 1999 Introduction
John Buckmaster (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Low Speed Combustion
September 24, 1999 Solid Propellant Rockets
John Buckmaster (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Low Speed Combustion
September 24, 1999 Flame Spread
Moshe Matalon (Northwestern University)
Low Speed Combustion
September 24, 1999 Linan Asymptotics, Turbulent Effects, etc.
John Buckmaster (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Low Speed Combustion
September 24, 1999 Introduction to Diffusion Flames
Moshe Matalon (Northwestern University)
Low Speed Combustion
September 23, 1999 Laboratory Flames and their Stability
John Buckmaster (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Low Speed Combustion
September 23, 1999 Structure of Premixed Flames
Moshe Matalon (Northwestern University)
Low Speed Combustion
September 23, 1999 Low Mach Number Flames
Moshe Matalon (Northwestern University)
Low Speed Combustion
September 23, 1999 Equations and Modeling Issues
John Buckmaster (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Low Speed Combustion
September 23, 1999 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Low Speed Combustion
September 17, 1999 Numerical Methods for Sensitivity Computations
John Burns (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 17, 1999 A Sequential Computer Experiment for Input Screening and Model Approximation
Max Morris (Iowa State University)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 17, 1999 Predictability and the Quantification of Uncertainty
James Glimm (University at Albany (SUNY))
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 17, 1999 Model Reduction and Assessment for Nonlinear Networked Systems
Linda Petzold (University of California)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 17, 1999 Direct Treatment of Uncertainties in Complex Models and Decision Making
Gregory Mcrae (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 16, 1999 Uncertainty in Mode Shape Data and its Influence on the Comparison of Test and Analysis Models
Robert Lust (General Motors Corporation)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 16, 1999 Effect of Total Modeling Uncertainty on the Accuracy of Numerical Simulations
Timothy Hasselman (Acta Inc.)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 16, 1999 Code Validation as a Reliability Problem
Timothy Trucano (Sandia National Laboratories)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 16, 1999 Methodologies for Treating Model Uncertainty and Discretization Error in Modeling and Simulation of Physical Systems
Kenneth Alvin (Sandia National Laboratories)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 16, 1999 Quantifying Uncertainty and Predictability in Mathematical Models
J. Mac Hyman (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models

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