Campuses:

Talks

Date Title / Speaker Eventsort ascending
May 07, 2005 Quantum chemistry and energetics in Pu-p-Pu
Roman Osman (Mount Sinai School of Medicine, CUNY)
Modeling Sequence-Dependent DNA Dynamics: The Third ABC Debriefing
May 07, 2005 Molecular dynamics simulations of RNA and noncanonical DNA molecules. Successes and troubles
Jiri Sponer (Czechoslovakian Academy of Sciences)
Modeling Sequence-Dependent DNA Dynamics: The Third ABC Debriefing
May 07, 2005 Do longer or bigger simulations of DNA actually teach us anything new?
Thomas Cheatham (The University of Utah)
Modeling Sequence-Dependent DNA Dynamics: The Third ABC Debriefing
May 07, 2005 Generalized Born studies of ABC DNA sequences
David Case (Scripps Research Institute)
Modeling Sequence-Dependent DNA Dynamics: The Third ABC Debriefing
August 01, 2005 Team 1: Sparse Aperture Imaging
D. Gregory Arnold (US Air Force Research Laboratory)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry IX - A Workshop for Graduate Students
August 01, 2005 Team 2: Uncertainty Quantification in Geophysical Inverse Problems
Nicholas Bennett (Schlumberger-Doll Research)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry IX - A Workshop for Graduate Students
August 01, 2005 Team 3: Contact Algorithms for Dry Granular Flow with Elastic Grains
Petri Fast (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry IX - A Workshop for Graduate Students
August 01, 2005 Welcome and Introduction Mathematical Modeling in Industry IX - A Workshop for Graduate Students
August 01, 2005 Team 4: Integrated Circuit Layout Reconstruction
Edward Keyes (Semiconductor Insights)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry IX - A Workshop for Graduate Students
August 01, 2005 Team 5: Models of Human Physiology, and Randomized Clinical Trials
David Ross (Kaiser Permanente)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry IX - A Workshop for Graduate Students
August 01, 2005 Team 6: Algorithms for Digital Halftoning
Chai Wah Wu (IBM)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry IX - A Workshop for Graduate Students
February 04, 2005 Negotiation skills session

(participation by invitation only)

Barbara Butterfield (HUMANED), Jane Tucker (Duke University)
Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
February 04, 2005 Building a career at the NSA
Michelle Wagner (National Security Agency)
Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
February 04, 2005 Becoming an applied mathematician - From mathematical logic to airplanes
Miriam Lucian (The Boeing Company)
Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
February 04, 2005 Mathematical Perspectives on NASA Applications
Natalia Alexandrov (NASA Langley Research Center)
Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
February 05, 2005 Math inside IBM
Brenda Dietrich (IBM)
Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
February 05, 2005 Complex fluid systems in nanotechnology, biology, and life
Laura Frink (Sandia National Laboratories)
Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
February 05, 2005 Radar imaging
Margaret Cheney (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
February 05, 2005 Mathematics of risk management
Diana Woodward (Gorilla Science)
Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
February 05, 2005 Thermoacoustic tomography - Inversion of a spherical radon transform with partial data
Sarah Patch (General Electric Corp., Research and Development Center)
Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
February 05, 2005 Women mathematicians: We can do more than teach
Erica Klampfl (Ford Motor Company)
Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
February 05, 2005 Panel discussion Career Options for Women in Mathematical Sciences
October 22, 2004 Several Problems of Interest to Lockheed Martin Tactical Systems
John Hoffman (Lockheed Martin)
Several Problems of Interest to Lockheed Martin Tactical Systems - John Hoffman (Lockheed Martin)
October 08, 2004 A Statistical Verification Methodology and its Applications
Pam Binns (Honeywell)
A Statistical Verification Methodology and its Applications - Pam Binns (Honeywell)
March 30, 2005 Computers and the Future of Mathematical Proof
Thomas Hales (University of Pittsburgh)
Computers and the Future of Mathematical Proof
February 09, 2005 Math Behind the Curtains: Dynamic Simulation at Pixar Animation Studios
David Baraff (Pixar)
Math Behind the Curtains: Dynamic Simulation at Pixar
December 03, 2004 Adventures in Industrial Mathematics: Making Better Lenses for Making Computer Chips
Douglas Allan (Corning Incorporated)
Adventures in Industrial Mathematics: Making Better Lenses for Making Computer Chips - Douglas Allan (Corning Inc.)
December 10, 2004 Image Analysis as an Inverse Problem: Overview and Examples
Kevin Vixie (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Image Analysis as an Inverse Problem: Overview and Examples - Kevin Vixie (Los Alamos National Laboratories)
November 12, 2004 Quantitative Promise of Vibro-acoustography and Vibrometry
James Greenleaf (Mayo Clinic)
Quantitative Promise of Vibro-acoustography and Vibrometry - James Greenleaf (Mayo Clinic)
February 07, 2005 Nanoparticle suspensions with giant electrorheological response
Ping Sheng (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Composites: Where Mathematics Meets Industry
February 08, 2005 Modeling the pipeline of high performance, nano-composite materials and effective properties
M. Gregory Forest (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Composites: Where Mathematics Meets Industry
February 08, 2005 Modeling the pipeline of high performance, nano-composite materials and effective properties
M. Gregory Forest (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Composites: Where Mathematics Meets Industry
February 07, 2005 Welcome and introduction
Douglas Arnold (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Composites: Where Mathematics Meets Industry
February 07, 2005 Composite properties and microstructure
Robert Lipton (Louisiana State University)
Composites: Where Mathematics Meets Industry
February 07, 2005 Composite properties and microstructure
Robert Lipton (Louisiana State University)
Composites: Where Mathematics Meets Industry
February 07, 2005 Nanoparticle suspensions with giant electrorheological response
Ping Sheng (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Composites: Where Mathematics Meets Industry
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)
November 30, 2001 On the Spectral Decomposition of Empirical Correlation Matrices Related to Term Structures
Carlos Tolmasky (Cargill, Inc.)
June 08, 1998 Pattern Formation During Liquid Crystal Phase Transition
Weinan E (New York University)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 08, 1998 Two Models From Nonlinear Optics
Philip Holmes (Princeton University)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 09, 1998 Genuinely Nonlinear Hyperbolic Systems of Two Conservation Laws
Constantine Dafermos (Brown University)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 09, 1998 On poperties of solutions of second order elliptic equations
Louis Nirenberg (New York University)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 09, 1998 Analyticity for the Navier-Stokes Equations
Igor Kukavica (University of Southern California)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 09, 1998 About the Evolution of Solid Bodies in an Incompressible Fluid
Maria Esteban (Université de Paris IX (Paris-Dauphine))
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 10, 1998 TBD
Francois Murat (Université de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie))
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 10, 1998 Nature & Applications of Young Measures
L.c. Young (NONE)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 11, 1998 Remarks about the dynamics of the Fokker-Planck Equation
David Kinderlehrer (Carnegie-Mellon University)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 11, 1998 Existence and Nonexistence of Minimizers in the Calculus of Variations
Gero Friesecke (University of Warwick)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 11, 1998 Some Geometric Restrictions for the Existence of Viscosity Solutions
Bernard Dacorogna (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL))
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 12, 1998 Quasilinear Parabolic-Hyperbolic Systems from Solid Mechanics
Stuart Antman (University of Maryland)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 12, 1998 TBD
Kaushik Bhattacharya (California Institute of Technology)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 08, 1998 Welcome and Orientation
Fred Dulles, Richard James (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr.
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 12, 1998 On the Stability of Crystal Microstructure
Mitchell Luskin (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 08, 1998 Computational Mechanics and Collision Algorithms
Jerrold Marsden (California Institute of Technology)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 12, 1998 Variational Bounds in Turbulence
Peter Constantin (University of Chicago)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
June 08, 1998 Fingering instability of fluid flow down an inclined plane: an intrinsic linear stability analysis
Felix Otto (UCSB)
Continuum Mechanics and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations
October 20, 2006 Control Theory: Real World Application
Jae Lew (Eaton Corporation)
Control Theory: Real World Application - Jae Lew (Eaton Corporation)
October 29, 2004 Decreasing Blur and Increasing Resolution in Barcode Scanning
Todd Wittman (University of California, Los Angeles)
Decreasing Blur and Increasing Resolution in Barcode Scanning - Todd Wittman (MCIM, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota)
September 24, 2004 Stability of Linear Delay-Differential Equations
Viktoria Averina (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Stability of Linear Delay-Differential Equations - Viktoria Averina (MCIM, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota)
February 21, 2003 Cortical Surface Flattening Using Discrete Conformal Mapping with Minimal Metric Distortion
Lili Ju (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Cortical Surface Flattening Using Discrete Conformal Mapping with Minimal Metric Distortion - Lili Ju (IMA Industrial Postdoc)
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)
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 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)
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
March 08, 2002 Stopping Light on a Defect
Michael Weinstein (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Stopping Light on a Defect - Michael I. Weinstein (Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies)
February 22, 2002 Mathematical Modeling in Support of Service Level Agreements
Eric van den Berg (Telcordia)
Mathematical Modeling in Support of Service Level Agreements - Eric van den Berg (Telcordia Technolgies)
February 08, 2002 Mathematics and Materials: The Role of Mathematics in a Materials Development Laboratory
Cristina Thomas (3M)
Mathematics and Materials: The Role of Mathematics in a Materials Development Laboratory - Cristina U. Thomas (3M Company)
February 01, 2002 How Do We Perform Stochastic Reservoir Optimization?
Benoit Couet (Schlumberger-Doll Research)
How Do We Perform Stochastic Reservoir Optimization? - Benoît Couët (Schlumberger-Doll Research)
January 25, 2002 Micromagnetic Modeling of Writing and Reading Processes in Magnetic Recording
Lei Wang (Seagate Technology)
Micromagnetic Modeling of Writing and Reading Processes in Magnetic Recording - Lei X. Wang (Seagate Technology)
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 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)
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 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)
September 29, 2000 Hierarchical Hybrid Control of Large Scale Multi-Agent Systems by Datta Godbole (MN65)
Datta Godbole (Honeywell)
Hierarchical Hybrid Control of Large Scale Multi-Agent Systems - Datta Godbole (Honeywell)
September 21, 2001 Global Positioning System and Its Applications
Fan Liu (Honeywell)
Global Positioning System and Its Applications - Fan Liu (Honeywell Laboratories)
April 23, 1998 Life's Other Secret: The New Mathematics of the Living World
Ian Stewart (University of Warwick)
Life's Other Secret: The New Mathematics of the Living World
November 11, 1998 How Mathematics Coupled with Experiment Revealed the Nature of HIV Infection
Alan Perelson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
How Mathematics Coupled with Experiment Revealed the Nature of HIV Infection
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
February 12, 2001 Natural Laws of Digital Content: the Folly of Copy Protection on the Internet
Bruce Schneier (Counterpane Internet Security, Inc.)
Natural Laws of Digital Content: the Folly of Copy Protection on the Internet
December 02, 2002 Reliable Network Design Problems
Martine Labbe (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 02, 2002 Network Design Heuristics
Teodor Crainic (University of Quebec)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 03, 2002 Applying Facility Location Models
Erhan Erkut (University of Alberta)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 03, 2002 Applications of Location Modeling
Mark Daskin (Northwestern University)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 03, 2002 Aircraft And Crew Scheduling
Cynthia Barnhart (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 03, 2002 Airline Crew Scheduling
Jacques Desrosiers (Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 04, 2002 Approximate and Exact Solution of Large Location Problems
Pierre Hansen (University of Montreal)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 04, 2002 A Continuous Model for Multi-store Competitive Location
Abdullah Dasci (McGill University)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 04, 2002 Management of Fleets of Emergency Vehicles
Michel Gendreau (University of Montreal)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 05, 2002 Heuristic Algorithms for Arc Routing Problems
Alain Hertz (University of Montreal)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 05, 2002 Branch and Cut Algorithms for Arc Routing
Angel Corberan (University of Valencia)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 05, 2002 Models and Methods for Roadway Snow and Ice Control
Andre Langevin (University of Montreal)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 06, 2002 Supply Chain Management
Marius Soloman (Northeastern University)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 06, 2002 Supply Chain Management
Maria Grazia Speranza (Università di Brescia)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 02, 2002 Network Design: Models, Methods and Applications
Anant Balakrishnan (The University of Texas at Austin)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 06, 2002 Dynamic Vehicle Routing and Dispatching
Jeane-Yves Potvin (University of Montreal)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 02, 2002 Decomposition Methods For Capacitated Network Design Problems
Bernard Gendron (University of Montreal)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
December 06, 2002 The Dial-A-Ride Problem
Jean-Francois Cordeau (University of Montreal)
Distribution Systems: Location and Vehicle Routing
August 03, 2010 FMM on multicore processors
Nikos Pitsianis (Duke University)
Integral Equation Methods, Fast Algorithms and Applications
August 05, 2010 Solving integral equations on non-smooth domains
Johan Helsing (Lund University)
Integral Equation Methods, Fast Algorithms and Applications
August 03, 2010 Higher-order finite difference schemes via minimum

Sobolev norm techniques and fast solvers

Shivkumar Chandrasekaran (University of California)
Integral Equation Methods, Fast Algorithms and Applications

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