Seminars of 2005

These seminars are run jointly by the Institute of Computational Mathematics and Scientific/Engineering Computing , Chinese Academy of Sciences  (ICMSEC) and the State Key Laboratory of Scientific and Engineering Computing (LSEC)

Further details are available from Ms. Wenqiong Zhang. The coordinators are Professors Zhiming Chen and Aihui Zhou.

The seminars will be held  in the Lecture Room 311 of  ICMSEC, unless otherwise stated. All who are interested are welcome.  


    Wednesday 7 December 4:00-5:00pm

       Prof. Teresa Diogo , Instituto Superior Tecnico

        Convergence Properties of Collocation Methods for a Volterra Integral Equation with Weakly Singular Kernel

    Tuesday 29 November 3:30-4:30pm

       Prof. Henri Bonnel , Universite de la Nouvelle-Caledonie

        Some Interesting Problems in Nonlinear Vector Optimization

    Tuesday 8 November 3:30-4:30pm

       Prof. Shuzhong Zhang , The Chinese University of Hong Kong

        Complex Quadratic Optimization and Approximation Algorithms

    Monday 7 November 10:00-11:00am

       Prof. Liqun Qi , Hong Kong Polytechnic University

        Eigenvalues of Tensors and Their Applications

    Thursday 20 October

       Prof. Uday Banerjee, Syracuse University

        Superconvergence in Generalized Finite Element Method

    Thursday 13 October 10:00-11:00am

       Prof. Yangfeng Su, Fudan University

        Mathematical Challenges in the Design and Verification of High Speed Nanometer SOC Circuits

    Tuesday 27 September 3:30pm-4:30pm

       Prof. Xue-Cheng Tai, University of Bergen,Norway

        Multiphase Piecewise Constant Level Set Methods for Shape Identification

    Thursday 22 September

       Prof. Christoph Pflaum, University Erlangen Nuernberg, Germany

        Numerical Simulation of Optical Waves in Lasers

    Wednesday 24 August

       Prof. Lutz Tobiska, Institut fur Analysis und Numerik Magdeburg, Germany

        Convergence Properties of the SDFEM

    Friday 19 August

       Dr. Francis Filbet, Laboratory MIP, Toulouse, France

        A Finite Volume Scheme for the Patalk-Keller Segel Model of Chemotaxis

    Tuesday 2 August

       Prof. Tamas Terlaky, Canada Research Chair in Optimization, Department of Computing and Software, McMaster University, Canada

        Recent Advances in Convex Optimization

    Thursday 28 July

       Prof. Zhangxin Chen, Center for Scientific Computation Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas, USA

        Control Volume Finite Element Methods and Their Application to Petroleum Reservoirs

    Thursday 28 July

       Prof. Baofeng Feng, University of Texas-Pan, USA

        Optical solitons in dispersion-managed fiber-optic communication systems

    Wednesday 27 July

       Prof. Baofeng Feng, University of Texas-Pan, USA

        Discrete breather in Fermi-Pasta-Ulam atomic chain

    Thursday 7 July

       Prof. Xiantao Li, University of Minnesota, USA

        Boundary Conditions for Molecular Dynamics

    Wednesday 6 July

       Prof. Zhimin Zhang, Wayne State University, USA

        Superconvergence of Spectral Collocation/p-version Methods in 1-D

    Tuesday 5 July

       Prof. Mei-chun Huang, University of Xiamen, P.R.China

        The many-body theory for excited-states process

    Monday 4 July

       Prof. Ralf Hiptmair, ETH Zuerich, Switzland

        Operator Preconditioning

    Monday 4 July

       Dr. Zhou Haomin, Geogia Tech, USA

        An Analysis of Phase Noise and Fokker-Planck Equations

    Friday 1 July

       Prof. Markus Clemens, University of Federal Armed Forces Hamburg, Germany

        Discrete Formulations and Numerical Algorithms for the Simulation of Quasistatic Electric and Magnetic Fields

    Monday 27 June

       Prof. Jun ZOU, Department of Mathematics The Chinese University of Hong Kong

        Preconditioned Iterative Methods for Saddle-point Systems and three-dimensional Maxwell Equations

    Friday 24 June

       Prof. Hai-ying Wang, 

        Statistical Microdamage Mechanics: linking coupled multiple space and time scales

    Friday 24 June

       Prof. Zhi-Quan Luo,  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota, USA

        Probabilistic Analysis of SDP Relaxation for Binary Quadratic Minimization with Application to Wireless Communication

    Friday 24 June

       Prof. Yuanwei Qi,  Department of Mathematics, University of Central Florida, USA

        Universality With Critical Nonlinearity-Global Dynamics & RG Method

    Monday 20 June

       Prof. Jun Zhang, Department of computer science, University of Kentucky, USA

        Preconditioning Techniques for Hybrid Integral Simulation of Electromagnetics

    Friday 17 June

       Prof.Rafael OBAYA, University of Valladolid, Spain

        Some results on monotone skew-product semiflows

    Friday 17 June

       Prof.Carmen NUNEZ, University of Valladolid, Spain

        Almost automorphic and almost periodic dynamics for quasimonotone delay differential equations

    Tuesday 14 June

       Prof.Weimin Han, Department of Mathematics University of Iowa, USA

        Quasistatic Variational Inequalities: Theory, Numerical Solution and Applications in Methanics

    Thursday 9 June

       Prof.Wei CAI, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, USA

        Understanding Crystal Plasticity by Dislocation Dynamics

    Wednesday 18 May

       Prof.Pin Tong,  University of California at San Diego, USA

        Gene, Protein, Cell and Mechanics    What and How Can Applied Mathematics and Mechanics Contribute to Health Research?

    Monday 16 May

       Prof.Zhongying Chen ,  Zhongshan University, China

        Fast Multiscale Methods for Integral Equations

    Friday 13 May

       Prof.Yanping Lin,  University of Alberta, Canada

        PML on Wave-Like Type Equations

    Tuesday 26 April

       Prof.Sun Jie,  National University of Singapore

        Rish Measure in Stochastic Optimization

    Thursday 14 April

       Prof.David J. Evans,  Loughborough University, U.K.

        The Generalisation of the Alternating Group Explicit (AGE) Methods

    Tuesday 29 March

       Prof.Zhang Yu,  VeritasDGC Inc.

        Inversion of the refractive coefficient of wave equations with applications

    Wednesday 23 March

       Prof.Wei Wu,  Dlian University of Technology, China

        Neural Network Computing

    Tuesday 22 February

       Prof.Samuel Shen,  University of Alberta, Canada

        When should a Mathematician Know Everything about Something and Something about Everything?

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