September 12: 
Generating Numerical Algorithms Using Computer Algebra 
 Professor Walter Gander (Department of Computational Science, ETH Zurich) 
September 19: 
Efficient Preconditioning of the NavierStokes Equations with the Free
Surface Condition 
 Dr. Milan Mihajlovic (Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland) 
September 26: 
ThreeDimensional Viscoelastic Flows with Complex Free Surfaces:
Numerical Simulations and Mathematical Analysis of Simplified
Problems

 Dr. Andrea Bonito (Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland) 
October 10: 
Are the Computational Results Reliable? 
 Professor Ivo Babuska (Institute for Computational Science and Engineering), University of Texas at Austin 
October 17: 
Convergence and Optimality of an AFEM for General Second Order Linear Elliptic PDE 
 Dr. Manuel Cascon (Math Dept, UMCP) 
October 24: 
hpFINITE ELEMENTS FOR MAXWELL EQUATIONS: Discrete Compactness and hpConvergence for Maxwell Eigenvalues

 Professor Leszek Demkowitz (Institute for Computational for Computational Engineering and Sciences, Department of Aerospace
Engineering and Engineering
Mechanics), The University of Texas at Austin 
October 31: 
Numerical simulations of rarefied gases in curved channels: thermal creep, circulating flow, and pumping effect 
 Professor Luc Mieussens (Mathematiques pour l'Industrie et la Physique, Universite Paul Sabatier
Toulouse) 
November 07: 
Modeling and simulations of gas bubbles in a fluid

 Dr. Alexei Lozinski (Department of Mathematics, University of Houston) 
November 14: 
Some Aspects of the Theory of LongStep Interior Point Methods Beyond
Symmetric Cone Programming 
 Ms. Olena Shevchenko (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maryland at Baltimore County) 
November 21: 
Case Studies in Shape and Trajectory Optimization: Catenary Problem CANCELLED. To be reschedueled. 
 Professor Igor Griva (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maryland at Baltimore County) 
November 30: 
Optimal Illumination in Array Imaging This is the lecture in the PDE/Applied Math seminar at 3:30pm given in connection with the Aziz lecture, which is on 11/30. 
 Professor George Papanicolaou (Department of Mathematics, Stanford University) 
December 01: 
Imaging in Random Media
This is the Aziz lecture; time 3pm. 
 Professor George Papanicolaou (Department of Mathematics, Stanford University) 
December 05: 
Convergence of Adaptive Finite Element Methods for $p$Laplace
Equation

 Dr. Christian Kreuser (Department of Mathematics
, University of Augsburg
, Germany) 
December 12: 
The Super Fast Spectral Method for Multiscale PDEs 
 Dr. Jing Zou (Center for Sientific Computation and Methematical Modeling , Universiy of Maryland) 