Campuses:

Talks

Date Title / Speaker Eventsort descending
June 10, 2005 Computations of Strained Heteroepitaxy in 3 Dimension using Kinetic Monte Carlo
Peter Smereka (University of Michigan)
Effective Theories for Materials and Macromolecules
June 10, 2005 The Effect of Screening and Correlations in Ostwald Ripening
Barbara Niethammer (Humboldt-Universität)
Effective Theories for Materials and Macromolecules
June 11, 2005 Slip Boundary Condition for the Moving Contact Line in Immiscible Two-Phase Flows
Tiezheng Qian (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Effective Theories for Materials and Macromolecules
June 11, 2005 Multiscale Modeling of Contact Line Dynamics
Weiqing Ren (Princeton University)
Effective Theories for Materials and Macromolecules
June 11, 2005 Simple Lattice Systems with Complex Macroscopic Description
Andrea Braides (Seconda Università di Roma Tor Vergata)
Effective Theories for Materials and Macromolecules
June 08, 2005 Welcome and Introduction Effective Theories for Materials and Macromolecules
June 08, 2005 Estimating Systematic Errors: Sloppy Models
James Sethna (Cornell University)
Effective Theories for Materials and Macromolecules
June 08, 2005 Inserting Computational Chemistry in Materials Science: A Guided Tour
Claude Le Bris (CERMICS)
Effective Theories for Materials and Macromolecules
September 24, 2004 Energy Minimization and Microstructure
Kaushik Bhattacharya (California Institute of Technology)
Mathematics of Materials
September 20, 2004 Modeling of Gels (The Coupling Between Stress and Diffusion) (1) What is a Gel
Masao Doi (University of Tokyo)
Mathematics of Materials
September 20, 2004 Variational Approaches in Complex Fluids
Chun Liu (The Pennsylvania State University)
Mathematics of Materials
September 20, 2004 Multiple-Scale Modeling of Materials using the Quasicontinuum Method
Ellad Tadmor (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology)
Mathematics of Materials
September 21, 2004 Modeling of Gels (The Coupling Between Stress and Diffusion)

(2) Stress Diffusion Coupling: The Phenomena and Modeling

Masao Doi (University of Tokyo)
Mathematics of Materials
September 21, 2004 Variational Approaches in Complex Fluids

Lecture 2, Viscoelastic Fluids

Chun Liu (The Pennsylvania State University)
Mathematics of Materials
September 21, 2004 Multiple-Scale Modeling of Materials Using the Quasicontinuum Method

2. The Theoretical Foundations of the Quasicontinuum Method

Ellad Tadmor (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology)
Mathematics of Materials
September 22, 2004 Variational Approaches in Complex Fluids

Lecture 3, Free Interface Motions in Mixtures

Chun Liu (The Pennsylvania State University)
Mathematics of Materials
September 22, 2004 Mathematical Models of Superconductivity, an Introduction
Qiang Du (The Pennsylvania State University)
Mathematics of Materials
September 22, 2004 Multiple-Scale Modeling of Materials Using the Quasicontinuum Method

3. Quasicontinuum Applications

Ellad Tadmor (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology)
Mathematics of Materials
September 22, 2004 Energy Minimization and Microstructure
Kaushik Bhattacharya (California Institute of Technology)
Mathematics of Materials
September 23, 2004 Modeling of Gels (The Coupling Between Stress and Diffusion)

(3) Stress-Diffusion Coupling in Polymer Solutions

Masao Doi (University of Tokyo)
Mathematics of Materials
September 23, 2004 Mathematical Models of Superconductivity, an Introduction
Qiang Du (The Pennsylvania State University)
Mathematics of Materials
September 23, 2004 Energy Minimization and Microstructure
Kaushik Bhattacharya (California Institute of Technology)
Mathematics of Materials
September 24, 2004 Modeling of Gels (The Coupling Between Stress and Diffusion)

(4) Electro-Responsive Gels

Masao Doi (University of Tokyo)
Mathematics of Materials
September 24, 2004 Mathematical Models of Superconductivity, an Introduction
Qiang Du (The Pennsylvania State University)
Mathematics of Materials
January 23, 2004 Open Algorithmical Problems in the Analysis of Integrated Circuits
Edward Keyes (Semiconductor Insights)
Open Algorithmical Problems in the Analysis of Integrated Circuits - Edward Keyes (Orisar / Semiconductor Insights)
January 30, 2004 Application of Inverse Electromagnetic Scattering to Critical Dimension Measurement and Control in Semiconductor Production
Daniel Wack (KLA - Tencor)
Application of Inverse Electromagnetic Scattering to Critical Dimension Measurement and Control in Semiconductor Production - Dan Wack (KLA-Tencor)
February 20, 2004 Modeling Buckled Developable Surfaces for Binder Design in Sheet Metal Forming
William Frey (General Motors Corporation)
Modeling Buckled Developable Surfaces for Binder Design in Sheet Metal Forming - William H. Frey (General Motors Research and Development Center)
February 27, 2004 Matching Wavelets to Signals. Speckle Noise Filtering in a Laser Bar Code Scanner
Dariusz Madej (Symbol Technologies)
Matching Wavelets to Signals. Speckle Noise Filtering in a Laser Bar Code Scanner - Dariusz Madej (Symbol Technologies)
March 05, 2004 Intuitive Understanding of Grating-Coupled Radiation Using Green's Function Methods
Curt Flory (Agilent Technologies)
Intuitive Understanding of Grating-Coupled Radiation Using Green's Function Methods - Curt Flory (Agilent Technologies)
March 26, 2004 Parameter Governors for Constrained Nonlinear Systems
Ilya Kolmanovsky (Ford Motor Company)
Parameter Governors for Constrained Nonlinear Systems - Ilya Kolomanovsky (Ford Research and Advanced Engineering)
April 09, 2004 Modeling and Computational Challenges in Measuring Portfolio Credit Risk
William Morokoff (Moodys KMV)
Modeling and Computational Challenges in Measuring Portfolio Credit Risk - William Morokoff (KMV LLC)
April 30, 2004 How to Fit 100-Millon Transistors on a Thumbnail
Apo Sezginer (Invarium)
How to Fit 100-Millon Transistors on a Thumbnail - Apo Sezginer (Invarium)
November 19, 2004 Multiscale Modeling of Epitaxial Growth Processes
Russel Caflisch (University of California, Los Angeles)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 19, 2004 Simple Concepts in Multiscale Modeling
Weinan E (Princeton University)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 19, 2004 Protein Folding as a Global Optimization Problem
Ken Dill (University of San Francisco)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 19, 2004 Open Discussion Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 20, 2004 From Fast Solvers to Systematic Upscaling
Achi Brandt (Weizmann Institute of Science)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 20, 2004 Multiscale Stochastic Simulation Algorithm with Stochastic Partial Equilibrium Assumption for Chemically Reacting Systems
Linda Petzold (University of California)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 20, 2004 On the Upscaling of a Class of Nonlinear Parabolic Equations
Zhiming Chen (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 18, 2004 Deformable Thin Films: from Macroscale to Microscale and from Nanoscale to Microscale
Richard James (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 20, 2004 Examples of Multiscale Methods in Shape Optimization
Gregoire Allaire (École Polytechnique)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 18, 2004 The Onset of Switching in Thin Film Ferromagnetic Elements: A Bifurcation Analysis by Gamma-Convergence
Felix Otto (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 20, 2004 Panel Discussion Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 18, 2004 Challenges for Quantum-Mechanics-Based Multiscale Modeling
Emily Carter (University of California, Los Angeles)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 18, 2004 Conditional Path Sampling of SDEs and the Langevin MCMC Method
Andrew Stuart (University of Warwick)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 20, 2004 Upscaling of geocellular models for flow and transport simulation

in heterogeneous reservoirs


Yalchin Efendiev (Texas A & M University)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 18, 2004 Deriving Plasticity: Attempts at a Theory for Dislocation Patterning and Work Hardening
James Sethna (Cornell University)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 18, 2004 Some Computational Examples of Equation-Free Modeling
Yannis Kevrekidis (Princeton University)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 19, 2004 Heterogeneous Multiscale Methods
Bjorn Engquist (The University of Texas at Austin)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 19, 2004 Multiscale Modeling and Computation of Incompressible Flow
Thomas Hou (California Institute of Technology)
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
November 19, 2004 Nuclear Waste Safety of Repository Vaults: A Multi-Scale Problem
Olivier Pironneau (Université de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie))
Future Challenges in Multiscale Modeling and Simulations
March 28, 2005 Lecture 1: Fast Multipole Methods and their Applications
Leslie Greengard (New York University)
New Paradigms in Computation
March 28, 2005 Lecture 1: Overview of Multiscale Methods
Weinan E (Princeton University)
New Paradigms in Computation
March 29, 2005 Lecture 2: Fast Multipole Methods and Their Applications
Leslie Greengard (New York University)
New Paradigms in Computation
March 29, 2005 Lecture 2: Problems with Multiple Time Scales
Weinan E (Princeton University)
New Paradigms in Computation
March 28, 2005 Welcome and Introduction New Paradigms in Computation
March 28, 2005 Lecture 1: Advances in Advancing Interfaces: Level Set Methods, Fast Marching Methods, and Beyond
James Sethian (University of California, Berkeley)
New Paradigms in Computation
May 05, 2005 Single Molecule Mechanics of DNA
Zev Bryant (University of California, Berkeley)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 05, 2005 DNA Looping: Biology and Mechanisms
Robert Schleif (Johns Hopkins University)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 05, 2005 Wrapping of DNA on Protein Surfaces
M. Thomas Record (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 06, 2005 DNA Looping: Biology and Mechanisms
Robert Schleif (Johns Hopkins University)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 06, 2005 Large-scale Conformational Changes in RNA Polymerase and Promoter DNA in Transcription Initiation
M. Thomas Record (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 02, 2005 Welcome and Introduction Experiments in Physical Biology
May 02, 2005 Molecular Probes for DNA Structure and Dynamics
Nikolaus Ernsting (Humboldt-Universität)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 02, 2005 DNA Condensation
Nicholas Hud (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 03, 2005 Molecular Probes for DNA Dtructure and Dynamics
Nikolaus Ernsting (Humboldt-Universität)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 03, 2005 DNA Bending, Twisting, and Looping in the Control of Transcription
Jason Kahn (University of Maryland)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 03, 2005 Sequence-dependent DNA Mechanics in very Small DNA Dircles and Nucleosomes
Jonathan Widom (Northwestern University)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 04, 2005 DNA Condensation
Nicholas Hud (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 04, 2005 DNA Bending, Twisting, and Looping in the Control of Transcription
Jason Kahn (University of Maryland)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 04, 2005 Sequence-dependent DNA Mechanics in very Small DNA Circles and Nucleosomes
Jonathan Widom (Northwestern University)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 04, 2005 Single Molecule Mechanics of DNA
Zev Bryant (University of California, Berkeley)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 17, 2005 Molecular Motors II, DNA Haplotyping, and Ion Channels
Paul Selvin (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 18, 2005 A Gentle Introduction to Lipid Membranes and Resulting Miscibility Phase Diagrams
Sarah Keller (University of Washington)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 18, 2005 Seeing Spots: Experimentally Determining Lipid Miscibility Phase Diagrams in Free-floating Vesicles, Supported Membranes, and Monolayers at an Air-water Interface
Sarah Keller (University of Washington)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 19, 2005 Quantitative Analysis of Actin-based Cellular Motility and Cytokinesis
Thomas Pollard (Yale University)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 19, 2005 Research Frontiers and Opportunities
Thomas Pollard (Yale University)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 19, 2005 Closing remarks
Robert Phillips (California Institute of Technology)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 16, 2005 Introduction and Overview
Robert Phillips (California Institute of Technology)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 16, 2005 Biological Adhesion: Molecules to Tissues
Deborah Leckband (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 16, 2005 Biological Adhesion: Dynamics, Organization, and Function
Deborah Leckband (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Experiments in Physical Biology
May 17, 2005 Molecular Motors I
Paul Selvin (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Experiments in Physical Biology
April 02, 2004 Mathematical Models for Insurance Fraud Detection
Richard Derrig (Opal Intelligent Solutions)
Mathematical Models for Insurance Fraud Detection - Richard Derrig (Automobile Insurers Bureau of Massachusetts)
July 08, 2004 Incremental Computation of Betti Numbers and Union-Find
John Harer (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 08, 2004 Persistence
John Harer (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 08, 2004 Software Demos and Discussions Computational Topology
July 09, 2004 Delaunay Triangulation Algorithm (Part I)
Herbert Edelsbrunner (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 09, 2004 Randomized Analysis (Part I)
Herbert Edelsbrunner (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 09, 2004 Software Demos and Discussions Computational Topology
July 12, 2004 Morse-Theory 2-dimensional PL Case
John Harer (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 12, 2004 Jacobi Sets and Correspondences
John Harer (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 12, 2004 Demonstration: Morse Complex and Correspondence Software
Rachael Brady (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 13, 2004 Introduction to Protein Structure
Herbert Edelsbrunner (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 13, 2004 Interface Surfaces
John Harer (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 06, 2004 Delaunay Triangulation
Herbert Edelsbrunner (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 13, 2004 Splay trees and Amortization
Rachael Brady (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 06, 2004 Alpha Shapes
Herbert Edelsbrunner (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 14, 2004 Medial Axes
Dominique Attali (Grenoble Institute of Technology)
Computational Topology
July 07, 2004 Wrap
Herbert Edelsbrunner (Duke University)
Computational Topology
July 16, 2004 Discrete v. Computational Morse Theory
Damrong Guoy (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Henry King (University of Maryland), Kevin Knudson (Mississippi State University), Neza Mramor (University of Ljubljana)
Computational Topology

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