Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences,
New York University

Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing Seminar

The seminar covers a wide range of topics in numerical analysis and scientific computing. The seminar is run by Michael Overton.

The seminar normally meets on Fridays at 10:00 a.m. in room 1302 of Warren Weaver Hall, 251 Mercer Street, New York, NY 10012.

Spring 2006

Feb 3, Michael Minion, University of North Carolina
Accelerating Spectral Deferred Corrections for ODEs and DAEs
Feb 10 , Jeff Banks, RPI
A Shock Capturing Scheme for High-speed Inert and Reactive Multi-material Flows on Overlapping Grids
Feb 17, Axel Klawonn, University of Essen
Exact and Inexact FETI Domain Decomposition Methods
Feb 24, Heike Fassbender, Technical University of Braunschweig
Passivity Preserving Model Reduction using a Structured Krylov Subspace Method
Mar 3, Daniel Kressner, University of Zagreb
Structured Eigenvalue Problems
Mar 10, Peter Benner, Technical University of Chemnitz
Balancing-Related Model Reduction for Parabolic Control Systems
Mar 17, Spring Break
Mar 24, Paul Van Dooren, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
Correlation Between Two Projected Matrices Under Isometry Constraints
Mar 31, Robert Orsi, Australian National University
Numerical Methods for Solving Inverse Eigenvalue Problems for Nonnegative Matrices
Apr 7, Hyea Hyun Kim, CIMS
Domain Decomposition Algorithms for Mortar Discretization
Apr 14, Marcus Sarkis, WPI, Mass., and IMPA, Brazil
Neumann-Neumann Methods for Discontinuous Galerkin Discretizations
Apr 21, Jerome Malick, INRIA Rhones-Alpes and Cornell University
Dual Algorithms for Least Squares Problems with Semidefinite Constraints, and Applications in Finance and Combinatorics
Apr 28, R. Andrew Hicks, Drexel University
Distributions for Optical Design

Schedules from Previous Semesters
Fall 2005
Spring 2005
Fall 2004