Applied PDE Seminar (MAP6939-0001)
Department of Mathematics, Florida State U., Fall 2014
Tuesday 3:30-4:20, LOV104
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Dr. Xiaoming WANG
We are interested in partial differential equations and their applications in a very broad sense (including modelling, analysis, computation and more).
Each registered student must give a presentation.
Local and guest speakers will present talks on related topics. Speakers are encouraged to provide motivation
as well as technical details to facilitate graduate student learning.
Please let the organizer know if you are interested in giving a talk in the seminar.
All are welcome.
- Date: Tue. Aug. 26th, 2014
Speaker: Organizational meeting
- Date: Tue: Sept. 2nd, 2014
Speaker: Daozhi HAN, FSU
Title: An introduction to FreeFEM++
Abstract: FreeFem++ is an open source partial differential equation solver via finite element method. In this talk, we will walk through the processes of building, running FreeFem++ scripts and visualizing the data by several examples.
- Date: Wed: Sept. 10th, 2014 in 204B (special time and place)
Speaker: Dong SUN, FSU
Title: High order long time accurate schemes for the Stokes-Darcy system
Abstract: This is Dong SUN's prospectus talk.
Speaker: Dr. Yinchuan Zhao, North China Electric Power University and FSU
Title: Regularity and global structure of certain fluid models
Abstract: We are concerned with the regularity and global structure of solutions to the Cauch problem of some equations of flow. We will prove the solutions are piecewise C^k smooth if the initial data do not belong to a certain subset of C^k, which is of first category. We will also prove there exists a one-to-one correspondence between the path connected components of the singularity points of the solutions and that of the set on which the initial function does not attain its minimum.
- Date: Tue: Sept. 23nd, 2014 in GFDI seminar room (special venue, joint with a joint GFDI-Math Colloquium)
Speaker: Professor Jian ZHAO, Hohai University, China
Title: Water resources: current challenges in physics, modeling and mathematics
Please contact Xiaoming Wang
if you have any question regarding this seminar.