Past Events

2008-2009

Apr 27

Adam Burrows, Princeton University

State-of-the-art Computer Simulations of Supernova Explosions
Fine Hall 214 / -
Apr 20

Jennifer Chayes, Microsoft Corporation

Interdisciplinarity in the Age of Networks
Fine Hall 214 / -
Apr 17

Dong Li, IAS

Recent results on critical nonlinear Schrödinger equations
Fine Hall 224 / -
Apr 13

Yaron Lipman, Princeton University

Surface Correspondence via Discrete Uniformization
Fine Hall 214 / -
Apr 10

Xiaoliang Wan, Princeton University

Stochastic finite element approximations of elliptic problems of higher stochastic order
Fine Hall 224 / -
Mar 30

Olgica Milenkovic, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

On the interplay between coding theory and compressed sensing
Fine Hall 214 / -
Mar 23

Zhaohua Wu, Florida State University

The Empirical Mode Decomposition: the method, its progress, and open questions
Fine Hall 214 / -
Mar 13

Claude Le Bris, University of Minnesota

Parallel-in-time algorithms and long-time integration
Fine Hall 224 / -
Mar 09

Rebecca Willett, Duke University

Compressive Optical Imaging
Fine Hall 214 / -
Mar 06

Pablo Pedregal, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

A generalization of compact operators and its application to the existence of local minima without convexity
Fine Hall 224 / -
Mar 02

Jonathan Mattingly, Duke University

Trouble with a chain of stochastic oscillators
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 16

Salvatore Torquato, Progressive Mathematics Initiative and PACM

Unusual Classical Ground States of Matter
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 09

Jennifer Rexford, Princeton University

Stable Internet Routing Without Global Coordination
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 02

Iven Mareels, Biomedical Engineering, University of Melbourne

Systems Engineering for Water Management
Fine Hall 214 / -
Dec 08

James M. Stone, PACM & Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University

Computational Astrophysics and the Dynamics of Accretion Disks
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 24

René Carmona, PACM & ORFE, Princeton University

Emissions Market Models
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 17

Aleksandar Donev, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Multiscale Methods for Hydrodynamics of Polymer Chains in Solution
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 10

Pierre-Louis Lions, College de France and Ecole Polytechnique

Symmetric functions of a large number of variables
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 03

Jeroen Tromp, PACM & Geosciences, Princeton University

Spectral-element and adjoint methods in computational seismology
Fine Hall 214 / -
Oct 20

Shamgar Gurevich, UCB and Ronny Hadani, UC, University of California, Berkeley and University of Chicago

Group representation patterns in digital signal processing
Fine Hall 214 / -
Oct 13

Greg Hammett, Princeton Plasma Physics Lab

Simulations of 5-D Plasma Turbulence in Fusion Energy Devices
Fine Hall 214 / -
Oct 06

Amit Singer, Princeton University

Structure Determination through Eigenvectors of Sparse Operators
Fine Hall 214 / -