Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland, College Park
Fall 1995 Schedule
 Sep. 7:
Optimal approximability of solutions of singularly
perturbed differential equations
 Prof. R. Bruce Kellogg, University of Maryland
 Sep. 14:
Mixed finite element methods on distorted rectangular grids
 Dr. Jian Shen, University of Maryland
 Sep. 21:
Inversion of Toeplitz matrices with pivoting
 Prof. Israel Gohberg, Tel Aviv University and University of Maryland
 Sep. 28
On the multigrid method for stationary Stokes problems
 Prof. Shangyou Zhang, University of Delaware
 Oct. 5:
Specialized numerical methods for time dependent
partial differential equations
 Prof. Donald French, University of Cinncinatti and University
of Maryland Baltimore County
 Oct. 12:
Advanced timestepping in molecular dynamics
 Dr. Sebastion Reich, KonradZuse Center, Berlin (Germany)
 Oct. 19:
On the convergence of multigrid iterations fo flow problems
 Prof. Anders Szepessy, Department of Numerical Analysis and Computing
Science, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm (Sweden)
 Oct. 26:
Some uses of the Lanczos algorithm (and why it works!)
 Prof. Anne Greembaun, Courant Institute, New York University
 Nov. 2:
Analysis and computation of flow control and optimization problems
 Prof. Max Gunzburger, Interdisciplinary Center for Applied Mathematics,
Virginia Tech and Department of Mathematics, Iowa State University
 Nov. 9:
Computation of Stokes multipliers by boundaryvalue methods
 Prof. Frank W.J. Olver,
Institute for Physical Science and Technology and Department of Mathematics
University of Maryland
 Nov. 16:
A general a posteriori error estimate for approximations of
HamiltonJacobi equations
 Prof. Todd Peterson, Department of Mathematical Sciences,
George Mason University
 Nov. 23:
NO SEMINAR (Thanksgiving)
 Nov. 30:
Analysis of hybrid finite element/finite volume methods and
applications
 Dr. Moulay D. Tidriri,
Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering,
ICASE, Nasa Langley Research Center
 Dec. 7:
The longtime behavior of finite element solutions of semilinear
parabolic problems
 Prof. Stig Larsson,
Department of Mathematics,
Chalmers University of Technology and G\"oteborg University
G\"oteborg (Sweden)
 Dec. 19:
Stability, approximability, incompressibility, and
solvability of mixed finite elements for the stationary Stokes equations
 Prof. Jinshui Qin,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Tennessee
