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MAT870Zurich Colloquium in Applied and Computational MathematicsMi16.15-17.15Y27H25FS 17
Modul:  MAT870  Zurich Colloquium in Applied and Computational Mathematics

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DatumTitelSprecher
06.03.17
Montag
Seismic imaging and the Monge-Ampère equation
Raum: Y27H28
Bjorn Engquist
Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas
08.03.17Bilevel learning of variational modelsCarola-Bibiane Schönlieb
Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Cambridge
15.03.17Finite-time stabilizationJean Michel Coron
Université Pierre et Marie Curie
22.03.17An adaptive C^0 interior penalty method for a biharmonic obstacle problemJoscha Gedicke
Fakultät für Mathematik, Universität Wien
29.03.17Wave Control and Holography with Time Transformations Mathias Fink
Institut Langevin, ESPCI
05.04.17Hydrodynamic flocking: pressure-less equations and alignment-based commutator structure Eitan Tadmor
University of Maryland and ETH-ITS Zürich
12.04.17Characteristics of SPDEs Máté Gerencsér
IST Austria
26.04.17Weighted heat kernels and 'Brownian bridges'Xue-Mei Li
Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick
03.05.17Flux-Corrected Transport Schemes for High-Order Bernstein Finite Elements Dmitri Kuzmin
Angewandte Mathematik und Numerik, Technische Universität Dortmund
10.05.17Deep learning and tensors for the approximation of multivariate functions: recent results and open problemsIvan Oseledets
INM RAS and SkolTech
17.05.17Revisiting the greats: Fourier, Laplace and RiemannThanasis Fokas
Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Cambridge
24.05.17Modern numerical methods for high-speed, compressible, multi-physics, multi-material flows
Änderung Zeit:14.00-15.00 Raum: KOL G201
Mikhail Shashkov
Los Alamos National Laboratory
31.05.17Tensor solvers for high-dimensional eigenvalue problemsMaxim Rakhuba
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
 
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