### 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 |