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 2007

Jan 19 ***AT 11:30***, Alan Edelman , MIT and ISC
An Inner Technical Look at Interactive Supercomputing's Star-P for Parallel Computing with MATLAB(r)
Jan 26, No seminar
Feb 2, John Bell, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Low Mach Number Modeling of Type Ia Supernovae
Feb 9, Jorge Nocedal, Northwestern University
Numerical Optimization, Equilibrium and Games
Feb 16, Olof Widlund, CIMS
Extending the Theory for Domain Decomposition Algorithms > to Problems with Less Regular Subdomains
Feb 23, No seminar
Mar 2, Plamen Koev, MIT
A new FFT-like algorithm for eigenvalues of random matrices
Mar 9, Frank Curtis, Northwestern University
Numerical Methods for PDE-Constrained Optimization
Mar 16, Spring Break
Mar 23, Javier Pena, Carnegie Mellon
A Gradient-based Approach for Computing Nash Equilibria of Large Sequential Games
Mar 30, no seminar
Apr 6, Dan Spielman, Yale
Algorithms for Graph Clustering and Sparsification, with Applications to Preconditioning
Apr 13, Andreas Waechter, IBM Yorktown Heights
An Open Source Package for Mixed Integer Nonlinear Programming
Apr 20, Joel Tropp, University of Michigan
Sparse Solutions to Underdetermined Linear Systems
Apr 27, Suchin Arunsawatwong, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
Design of Control Systems with Inputs and Outputs Satisfying Certain Norm Bounding Conditions with a Case Study of Control of Building Subject to Seismic Disturbance
May 4, Norbert Mauser, University of Vienna
Nonlinear Schroedinger Equations : Semi-classics and Blow-up : Numerical Studies

Schedules from Previous Semesters
Fall 2006
Spring 2006
Fall 2005
Spring 2005
Fall 2004