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Applied and Computational Math Seminars


Aug 30 2022
Mark Sussman (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
A dynamic adaptive mesh refinement, Moment-of-Fluid, and space-time spectral element method for improved capturing of vortical structures in a realistic Cryogenic Fuel tank
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
In the article by Pei, Vahab, Sussman, and Hussaini

(Journal of Scientific Computing, 2019),

an adaptive, parallel, moment-of-fluid,

space-time spectral element method (AMR-MOF-... More
 
Sep 1 2022
Wojciech Ożański
Advanced Seminar in Applied Math - PDEs
Time: 3.05
Location: LOV 330
We will review some basic concepts regarding the heat equation, we will quantify its regularizing effect for a well-localized initial data. On the other hand, we will see that a non-localized initial ... More
 
Sep 6 2022
Sanghyun Lee (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Physics preserving finite element methods for coupled multi-physical applications
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 03:05
Location: LOV231
 
Sep 8 2022
Wojciech Ożański (FSU)
Burgers equation, dissipation vs. nonlinearity, and Cole-Hopf transformation
Advanced Seminar in Applied Math - PDEs
Time: 3.05
Location: LOV 330
 
Sep 13 2022
Julia Ream (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Adaptive Mesh Refinement Large Eddy Simulation of the Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Round Turbulent Jet
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
Supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2) is of interest to a range of engineering problems, including carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) as well as advanced cycles for power generation. Non-id... More
 
Sep 15 2022
Wojciech Ożański (FSU)
Burgers equation, part II - dissipation vs. nonlinearity
Advanced Seminar in Applied Math - PDEs
Time: 3.05
Location: LOV 330
 
Sep 20 2022
Ziad Musslimani (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Spectral renormalization methods in physics
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
In this talk we shall outline a new method to solve initial and boundary value problems that arise in physical sciences.

The idea is to use the underlying physics (such as conse... More
 
Sep 22 2022
Wojciech Ożański (FSU)
The Cordoba-Cordoba-Fontelos equation: regularity, blow-ups and the gap
Advanced Seminar in Applied Math - PDEs
Time: 3.05
Location: LOV 105
 
Sep 27 2022
Anuj Kumar (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
On well-posedness and smoothing of solutions to the generalized SQG equations in critical Sobolev spaces
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
This talk is based on recent works in which we study the dissipative generalized surface quasi-geostrophic equations in a supercritical regime where the order of the dissipation is small relative to o... More
 
Oct 4 2022
Wojciech Ozanski (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
The Navier-Stokes regularity problem as a linear instability problem
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
: In the talk we will describe the Navier-Stokes regularity problem (which is one of the 6 outstanding Millenium Problems), and discuss some recent efforts in achieving progress on the problem. We wil... More
 
Oct 6 2022
Ziad Musslimani (FSU)
Introduction to the Nonlinear Schrodinger equation
Advanced Seminar in Applied Math - PDEs
Time: 3.05
Location: LOV 105
 
Oct 11 2022
Malbor Asslani (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Structure and dynamics of non-normal networks
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
Network science has emerged, in the last 20 years, as an essential framework to model and understand complex systems in a variety of disciplines. At its core, network science views a system as a set o... More
 
Oct 13 2022
Sathyanarayanan Chandramouli (FSU)
Dispersive regularization in dispersive Eulerian fluids
Advanced Seminar in Applied Math - PDEs
Time: 3.05
Location: LOV 105
 
Oct 18 2022
Christopher Tam (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Numerical simulation of entropy noise generation in a military aircraft
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
Dr. Tam has done research on the noise of military aircraft for a number of years supported by the Office of Naval Research. Military jets operate at much higher temperatures and velocities than labor... More
 
Oct 25 2022
Nick Dexter (Department of Scientific Computing, FSU)
Effective deep neural network architectures for learning high-dimensional Banach-valued functions from limited data
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
In the past few decades the problem of reconstructing high-dimensional functions taking values in abstract spaces from limited samples has received increasing attention, largely due to its relevance t... More
 
Oct 27 2022
Ziad Musslimani (FSU)
Time dependent spectral renormalization methods
Advanced Seminar in Applied Math - PDEs
Time: 3.05
Location: LOV 105
 
Nov 1 2022
Anuj Kumar / Zezhong Zhang (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
On well-posedness and smoothing of solutions to the generalized SQG equations in critical Sobolev spaces / Spectral ReLu: A Smooth Generalization of ReLu in Functional Space
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
 
Nov 8 2022
Yu Cao (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
A Determining Form and Algebraic Attractor Bounds for the 2D Rayleigh-Benard Problem
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
I will talk about three related topics for the 2D Rayleigh-Benard Problem: determining forms, attractor bounds, and data assimilation

 
Nov 15 2022
Unnikrishnan S. Nair (Department of Mechanical Engineering, FSU)
TBA
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
 
Nov 29 2022
Aseel Farhat (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
TBA
Applied and Computational Math Seminar
Time: 3:05pm
Location: LOV231
 
Nov 30 2022
Students in ACM and Math Fin (FSU)
Stochastic computing and optimization
Computational Methods for Stochastic Optimization and Control
Time: 3:05pm
Location: 231