September 6: 
Construction and Analysis of Unstructured Mesh
Generation Algorithms 
 Professor Noel Walkington (Departments of Mathematical Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University), noelw@andrew.cmu.edu 
September 13: 
A Finite Element GaugeUzawa Method for the Evolution NavierStokes Equations 
 Mr. JaeHong Pyo (Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland, College Park; Department of Mathematics, Howard University), pjh@math.umd.edu 
September 20: 
The INTERPHASE MEETING (www.math.umd.edu/research/interphase), originally scheduled for September 1922, has
been postponed. It has tentatively been rescheduled for early January, 2002. There is no Numerical Analysis Seminar this
week. 
 
September 27: 
From Macro to Microscale in Modeling Silicon Crystal Growth Dr. Kunibert Siebert was originally scheduled to speak on this day, but he was not able to visit College Park. Dr. Voigt was originall scheduled to speak on October 11. 
 Dr. Axel Voigt (Crystal Growth Group, Research Center CeasarBonn, Germany), voigt@caesar.de 
October 2: 
Adaptive Multiscale Methods  A somewhat Different Approach
to Discretization Note: The Seminar will meet twice this week. 
 Professor Wolfgang Dahmen (RWTH Aachen (RheinischWestfaelische Technische Hochschule Aachen).), dahmen@indy2.igpm.rwthaachen.de 
October 4: 
Superconvergence of the ZienkiewiczZhu Patch Recovery for
Rectangular Elements 
 Professor Zhimin
Zhang (Department of Mathematics, Wayne State University), zzhang@turing.math.wayne.edu 
October 11: 
Performance and Analysis of Preconditioners for the Incompressible
NavierStokes Equations 
 Professor Howard Elman (Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park), elman@cs.und.edu 
October 18: 
The Numerical Analysis Seminar will not meet this week, but note that Mary Wheeler (Universiy of Texas at Austin) will
speak in the Math Department Colloquium at 3:00pm on Friday (October 19). For further information see the Colloquium
Web Page (http://www.math.umd.edu/dept/seminars/colloquium/ ).

 
October 25: 
Centroidal Voronoi Tessellations (CVTs) and their applications to
Numerical PDEs 
 Professor Du Qiang (Department of Mathematics, Penn State University), qdu@math.psu.edu 
November 1: 
The Rate of Corrections and its Application in Scientific Computing 
 Professor Zhiqiang Cai (Department of Mathematics, Purdue University), zcai@math.purdue.edu 
November 8: 
Finite element method for the NavierStokes equations:
A stabilization issue and iterative solvers

 Dr. Maxim Olshanskii (Moscow M.V.Lomonosov University), maxim.a.olshanskiy@vanderbilt.edu 
November 15: 
Robust Control of Turbulent Flows
Applied Math Colloquium, 3:30p, in Rm. 3206 in Mathematic Bldg. Professor Temam will also be speaking in the Math Department Colloquium on Friday, November 16 at 3:00pm in Rm. 3206 in the Mathemtics Bldg. There will not be a Numerical Analysis Seminar this week. 
 Professor Roger Temam (College Professor of Mathematics, Director of Institute for Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics, Indiana University), temam@indiana.edu 
November 16: 
Mathematical Problems in Meteorology and Oceanography
Math Department Colloquium: Aziz Lecture. 3:00 pm in Rm. 3206 in the Mathematics Bldg. 
 Professor Roger Temam 
November 22: 
THANKSGIVING 
 
November 29: 
Adaptive Methods for Solving PDEs 
 Professor Ron DeVore (Robert L. Sumwalt Professsor of Mathematics, University of South Carolina), devore@math.sc.edu 
December 6: 
Storing and Processing Multidimensional Scientific Datasets 
 Dr. Alan Sussman (UMIACS, University of Maryland), als@cs.umd.edu 