CIMMS Seminars in 2005
 Tuesday December 6, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: On Multiscale Approaches to ThreeDimensional Modelling of Morphogenesis
Mark Alber, Mathematics and Physics,, The Center for the Study of Biocomplexity, University of Notre Dame
 Wednesday November 30, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series:
Time Upscaling of Wave Equations Using Separable Atomic Decompositions
Laurent Demanet, Applied and Computational Mathematics, California Institute of Technology
 Monday November 14, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Distributed Optimization for Multiple Aircraft and Airlines
Claire Tomlin, Dept of Aero/Astro, Stanford University, , and Dept of EECS, UC Berkeley,
 Friday November 11, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Spectral Theory for Nonlinear Dynamical Systems
Igor Mezic, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara
 Thursday November 10, 2005
 12 noon , 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Indentation, Puncturing and Cavitation of Thin Sheets
Dr. David J. Steigmann, Department of Mechanical Engineering , University of California at Berkeley
 Wednesday November 9, 2005
 4:00 pm, 142 Keck Labs..
CIMMS/ESE Seminar: Virtual Observatory for Coastal Science and Applications
Yi Chao, JPL
 Friday October 28, 2005
 12:00 pm, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Wellposedness of the freesurface Euler equations with or without surface tension
Steve Shkoller, Department of Mathematics, University of California, Davis
 Friday October 14, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Informal Lectures on EquationFree Modeling
Yannis Kevrekidis, Department of Chemical Engineering, Princeton University
 Thursday October 13, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Informal Lectures on EquationFree Modeling
Yannis Kevrekidis, Department of Chemical Engineering, Princeton University
 Wednesday October 12, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Informal Lectures on EquationFree Modeling
Yannis Kevrekidis, Department of Chemical Engineering, Princeton University
 Thursday August 18, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Crossscale interactions in dynamical fracture of brittle materials: How atomic interactions govern macroscopic fracture properties
Markus J. Buehler, Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology
 Thursday July 21, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Dynamical Hierarchy of Transitions in Chemical Reactions and Protein Dynamics
Tamiki Komatsuzaki, Nonlinear Science Laboratory, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Institute for Molecular Science, Department of Theoretical Studies, Kobe University
 Tuesday June 28, 2005
 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
SimulationBased Medicine: Predicting Outcomes of Cardiovascular Interventions
Charles A. Taylor, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, Surgery, Pediatrics and Radiology, Stanford University
 Friday June 17, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Instabilities in the Forced Truncated NLS
Eli Shlizerman, Faculty of Mathematics and CS, Weizmann Institute of Science
 Friday May 27, 2005
 12 noon, Steele 114 (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Parameterizing Surface Meshes Using Circle Patterns
Boris Springborn, Institut fur Mathematik, Technische Universitat Berlin
 Friday May 13, 2005
 3 PM, Steele 114 (CDS Library).
Isogeometric Analysis: CAD, Finite Elements, NURBS, Exact Geometry and Mesh Refinement
Dr. Thomas J. R. Hughes, Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Computational and Applied Mathematics Chair III, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES), The University of Texas at Austin
 Wednesday May 4, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Progress toward efficient viscous simulation of flapping, deforming wings for investigations of flying and swimming
Dr. Jeff D. Eldredge, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California at Los Angeles
 Thursday April 28, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Metric Based UpScaling and Universality at Small Scales
Dr. Houman Owhadi, Applied & Computational Mathematics and Control & Dynamical Systems, Californa Institute of Technology
 Monday April 4, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Biomimetically Inspired Micro Aerial and Underwater Vehicles at the University of Colorado at Boulder
Dr. Kamran Mohseni, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder
 Wednesday March 9, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Is Galerkin Projection The Right Scheme?
Edriss S. Titi, University of California, Irvine and, Weizmann Institute of Science
 Tuesday March 8, 2005
 12 noon , 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Experiments in LowSpeed Aerodynamics
Dr. G. R. Spedding, Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
 Friday February 25, 2005
 11 AM, 102 Steele.
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: Interaction between a Nonlinear Elastic Shell and the NavierStokes Equations
Steve Shkoller, Department of Mathematics, University of California at Davis
 Thursday February 24, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: CoarseGrained Phenomenological Rate Laws for Nucleic Acid Hybridization Kinetics
Jonathan A Othmer, Applied and Computational Mathematics, California Institute of Technology
 Wednesday February 16, 2005
 12 noon, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: UpScaling and Poroelasticity
Dr. Jim Berryman, Computational Physics, Lawrence Livermore National Lab, University of California
 Wednesday January 12, 2005
 1:30 pm, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
The Response Dynamics of Neural Oscillator Populations
Prof. Jeff Moehlis, Department of Mechanical and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara,
 Wednesday January 12, 2005
 11 am, 114 Steele (CDS Library).
CIMMS Lunchtime Series: BioInspired Visuomotor Convergence with Applications to Autonomous FlightControl and Navigation
Sean Humbert, Department of Mechanical Engineering , California Institute of Technology
 Wednesday January 12, 2005
 12:20 pm  1:20 pm, 102 Steele .
Piecewiseholonomic Mechanics, Hybrid Dynamical Systems, and Escaping Cockroaches
Prof. Phil Holmes, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics, Princeton University
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