August 24: 
A phase transition problem related to steel production 
 Prof. Dr. Eberhard Baensch (Zentrum für Technomathematik, Universität Bremen, Germany) 
August 31: 
Microstructural evolution in anisotropic elastic media

 Prof. Qing Nie (Department of Mathematics, University of California at Irvine) 
September 7: 
Singular structures in fluids, plasmas and nonlinear optics (Applied Math Colloquium, 3:30 pm) 
 Dr. Rainer Grauer (Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Düsseldorf, Germany) 
September 14: 
Magnetic susceptibility artifacts in MRI 
 Prof. Gabriel Caloz (University of Rennes 1) 
September 21: 
A PhaseField Model of Convection with Solidification 
 Prof. Dan Anderson (Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, George Mason University) 
September 28: 
Some New Developments on Projection Methods
for Incompressible Flows 
 Prof. Jie Shen (Department of Mathematics, Penn State University) 
October 5: 
Energy and Helicity Preserving Schemes for Hydrodynamic
and Magnetohydrodynamic Flows with Coordinate Symmetry 
 Prof. JianGuo Liu (Dept. of Mathematics, UMCP) 
October 12: 
nwidths and a singularly perturbed convection diffusion problem 
 Prof. R. Bruce Kellogg (Dept. of Mathematics, UMCP) 
October 19: 
Solving Einstein's Equations on the Grid: Using Supercomputers to Collapse
Gravitational Waves, Collide Black Holes (Applied Math Colloquium, 3:30pm) 
 Ed Seidel 
November 2: 
Microlocal measures and their use in partial differential equations
(Applied Math Colloquium, 3:30pm) 
 Luc Tartar (CarnegieMellon University) 
November 9: 
Error Analysis of a Meshfree Method 
 Prof. Weimin Han (Department of Mathematics, University of Iowa) 
November 15: 
High Resolution Methods
with Unresolved Small Scales (PDE/Applied Math Seminar, 2:00pm) 
 Prof. Eitan Tadmor (Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, Dept. of Mathematics, UCLA) 
November 16: 
Convection in dendritic layers of a solidifying alloy 
 Tim Schulze (Department of Mathematics, University of Tennessee) 
November 23: 
Thanksgiving  no talk 
 
November 30: 
Insoluble Surfactant Models for a Vertical Draining Free Film 
 Richard Braun (Dept. of Math., University of Delaware) 
December 7: 
Current Induced Step Dynamics and Pattern Formation on Crystal Surfaces (Applied Math Colloquium, 3:30pm) 
 John Weeks (UMCP) 
December 7: 
A convergent adaptive finite element method for the Stokes
equations.
Can adaptivity compensate for the absence of the infsup condition?

 Pedro Morin (Universidad Nacional del Litoral (Argentina) and University of Maryland,
College Park) 