Seminars

The CSE Seminar Series aims to bring together researchers from across campus who share a common interest in the use of computational techniques in all disciplines, and to engage students in both the development and application of numerical methods, data analysis, computer modeling, and related techniques. Lunch is provided!

All seminars are held from Noon to 1pm in the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). Room number will vary so please see each individual listing below.

February 2
Katy Huff
Advanced Nuclear Reactors and Fuel Cycles: Simulation of Multiple Physics at Disparate Scales
NCSA Room 1030.
Use the link above for the speaker's abstract and biography. See the seminar flyer here.

February 9
Alexandra Kolla
Matrix Signings, Ramanujan Graphs and Non-Expanding Independent Sets
NCSA Room 1030.
Use the link above for the speaker's abstract and biography. See the seminar flyer here.

March 2
Harley Johnson
Modeling Moiré Patterns in 2D Materials
NCSA Room 1030.
Use the link above for the speaker's abstract and biography. See the seminar flyer here.

March 16
Maciej Balajewicz
Exploiting low-rank properties of high-dimensional dynamical systems
NCSA Room 1030.
Use the link above for the speaker's abstract and biography. See the seminar flyer here.

March 30
Oscar Lopez-Pamies
A WENO finite-difference scheme for a new class of Hamilton-Jacobi equations in nonlinear solid mechanics
NCSA Room 1030.
Use the link above for the speaker's abstract and biography. See the seminar flyer here.

April 13
Minh Do
Efficient Edge-Aware Filtering and Their Applications
NCSA Room 1030.
Use the link above for the speaker's abstract and biography. See the seminar flyer here.

April 20
Roy Dar
Genetic Coupling of Viral-Host Gene Expression Presents Migratory Challenges in HIV Therapies
NCSA Room 1030.
Use the link above for the speaker's abstract and biography. See the seminar flyer here.

Past Seminars - Fall 2016
Past Seminars - Spring 2016