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Next Mathematics Colloquium

On Thursday, May 7, 2015, Dr. Yekaterina Epshteyn, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of Utah, will present a colloquium lecture on High-order accurate numerical methods for elliptic and parabolic interface problems.

Abstract:  In this talk, first, we will give an introduction to the Difference Potentials Method (DPM). DPM is a framework for developing efficient, high-order accurate numerical methods for the solution of interior or exterior boundary value problems (BVPs) on arbitrary domains. DPM can be viewed as a discrete analog to the method of generalized Calderón potentials and Calderón boundary equations with projections in the theory of partial differential equations. Designing numerical methods with high-order accuracy for problems with interfaces (for example, models for composite materials or fluids, etc.), as well as models in irregular domains is crucial to many physical and biological applications. We will discuss recently developed efficient numerical schemes based on the idea of the Difference Potentials for elliptic and parabolic interface/composite domain problems. Numerical experiments to illustrate high-order accuracy and the robustness of the developed methods will be presented as well.

This colloquium will be held in 7800 York Road, Room 320 at 4:00 p.m., with light refreshments served before the talk, at 3:30 p.m.

Recent Mathematics Colloquium Talks


Date Topic Speaker
Apr 2, 2015 Adverse selection in secondary insurance markets: Evidence from the life settlement market Dr. Daniel Bauer,
Georgia State University
Mar 6, 2015 Poincare-Betti series of monomial rings Dr. Gwyneth Whieldon,
Hood College
Nov 6, 2014 The Kadison-Singer problem (after Marcus, Spielman, and Srivastava) Dr. Vrej Zarikian,
US Naval Academy
Oct 16, 2014 Applications of topological dynamics to the representation theory of transformation groups Dr. Kostya Medynets,
US Naval Academy
May 8, 2014 Dimension of spline spaces on triangular partitions: A homological approach Dr. Nelly Villamizar,
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Apr 23, 2014 The Gibbs phenomenon: The saga Dr. James C. Alexander,
Case Western Reserve University
Mar 12, 2014 College geometry: Effective strategies to develop mathematical knowledge for teaching Dr. Tetyana Berezovski,
Saint Joseph's University
Feb 20, 2014 Carnegie: How Baltimore County Public Schools are using the Carnegie textbook to teach Common Core Math Standards in grades 6-8 and Algebra 1 Ms. Ellen Mangels,
Cockeysville Middle School, BCPS
Dec 13, 2013 Splines and their moduli Dr. Patrick Clarke,
Drexel University
Dec 5, 2013 Effectiveness of online instruction in basic statistics and algebra courses Dr. Min A,
Coppin State University
Nov 7, 2013 The Maryland Common Core curriculum in mathematics and the PARCC: What we know now Dr. Karen E.L. Ross,
Maryland Department of Education
Oct 24, 2013 Combinatorial trigonometry (and a method to DIE for) Dr. Arthur T. Benjamin,
Harvey Mudd College
Oct 9, 2013 An afternoon with Euler Dr. William Dunham,
Muhlenberg College
Sept 26, 2013 Controlling for unmeasured confounding in time to event analysis of longitudinal observational studies Dr. James Troendle,
NIH/NHLBI
Sept 19, 2013 A matrix connected with the Riemann Hypothesis Dr. Robert C. Vaughan,
Penn State University
& University of Michigan




Department of Mathematics
7800 York Road, Room 316 (campus map)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-3091
Fax: 410-704-4149
E-mail: math@towson.edu



other area colloquia
  Johns Hopkins Department of Mathematics

  Johns Hopkins Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics

  Loyola University Mathematics & Sciences

  University of Maryland Baltimore County

  University of Maryland Mathematics Department

 

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