Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland, College Park
Fall 1996 Schedule
 Sep. 5:
The design of lockingfree reducedshear plate elements
 Prof. Manil Suri, Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore
 Sep. 12:
Preconditioning for the steadystate NavierStokes equations
with low viscosity
 Prof. Howard Elman, Department of Computer Science and
Institute for Advanced Computer Studies,
University of Maryland, College Park
 Sep. 19:
Wavelet boundary element methods for 3D boundary value problems
 Prof. Tobias von Petersdorff, Department of Mathematics.
University of Maryland, College Park
 Sep. 26:
Some numerical aspects of research in theoretical chemistry
 Professor Millard Alexander, Department of Chemistry,
University of Maryland, College Park
 Oct 3:
Variational formulations and numerical analysis of elastoplastic
problems
 Prof. Weimin Han, Department of Mathematics,
University of Iowa, Iowa City
 Oct 10:
Modeling of flows in a highpressure vapor transport chemical
reactor
 Prof. Jeff Scroggs, Department of Mathematics,
North Carolina State University,
Raleigh, North Carolina
 Oct 17:
A posteriori error estimates for parabolic regularizations of
the HamiltonJacobi equations
 Prof. Bernardo Cockburn,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis
 Oct 24:
Godunovlike schemes for general systems of conservation laws
(CANCELLED)
 Prof. Harland Glaz,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Maryland,
College Park
 Oct 31:
The lubrication approximation for moving contact lines
in thin liquid films
 Prof. Andrea Bertozzi,
Department of Mathematics,
Duke University
 Nov 7:
Optimal design by homogenization
 Prof. Eric Bonnetier,
CNRS, Centre de mathematiques appliquees,
Ecole Polytechnique,
France
 Nov 14:
Computing interfacial flows with surface tension
 Prof. Michael Shelley,
Courant Institute,
New York University,
New York
 Nov 21:
Multigrid methods for unstructured grids (CANCELLED)
 Prof. Jinchao Xu,
Department of Mathematics,
Penn State University
 Dec 5:
Nonlinearly sustained turbulence in numerical simulations of
magnetized plasma
 Prof. Jim Drake,
Physics Department,
University of Maryland,
College Park, Maryland
