14:00 - 15:00
Virtual Seminar Series - One World Numerical Analysis Series
- Lehel Banjai (Heriot-Watt Univerity)
- Emmanuil Georgoulis (University of Leicester/NTU Athens)
- Charalambos Makridakis (IACM/University of Sussex/Crete)
- Daniel Peterseim (University of Augsburg)
This is a One World Seminar Series.
The seminars occur every two weeks, on a Monday (14:00-15:00 GMT).
The first seminar will be held on 20th July followed by a break until September at which point the series will resume.
25 January 2021
Buyang Li (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University) - Analysis of fully discrete finite element methods for 2D Navier-Stokes equations with critical initial data
11 January 2021
14 December 2020
Nick Trefethen (University of Oxford) - Exactness of Quadrature Formulas
30 November 2020
Max Jensen (University of Sussex) - Monotone Finite Element Solution of Fully Nonlinear Differential Equations
16 November 2020
Desmond Higham (University of Edinburgh) - Should We Be Perturbed About Deep Learning?
02 November 2020
Houman Owhadi (Caltech) - On learning adapted kernels for numerical approximation
- Slides are available here
19 October 2020
Virginie Ehrlacher (CERMICS - ENPC) - Finite volume scheme for the Stefan-Maxwell system (joint work with Clément Cancès and Laurent Monasse)
- Reference: Clément Cancès, Virginie Ehrlacher, Laurent Monasse, Finite volumes for the Stefan-Maxwell cross-diffusion system, (2020)
05 October 2020
Christian Lubich (University of Tubingen) - Convergent evolving surface finite element algorithms for geometric evolution equations
- Lecture notes can be found here
21 September 2020
Ilaria Perugia (Vienna) - Space-time discontinuous Galerkin methods for wave propagation
- Slides for talk are here
07 September 2020
Christoph Schwab (SAM, ETH Zurich) - Exponential Convergence of hp-FEM for Spectral Fractional Diffusion in Polygons
- The paper related to the talk can be found here
20 July 2020
Alfio Quarteroni (Politecnico di Milano/Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)) - The mathematical heart: a computational model for the simulation of the heart function
Zoom is the online platform being used to deliver this seminar series
This seminar is supported as part of the ICMS Online Mathematical Sciences Seminars.