Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland, College Park
Fall 1997 Schedule
 Sep. 4:
The nwidth of the solution space of a 2 dimensional
singular perturbation problem
 Prof. R. Bruce Kellogg,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Maryland,
College Park
 Sep. 11:
Finiteelement discretization of a twodimensional grade two fluid
 Prof. Vivette Girault,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Houston,
Houston, Texas 772043476
 Sep. 18:
Adaptive multigrid in 3dimensions using P1finite elements (AMG3DP1)
 Prof. Arup Mukherjee,
Department of Mathematics,
Rutgers University,
New Brunswick
 Sep. 25:
Cauchylike Preconditioners for 2D Illposed Problems
 Mrs. Misha E. Kilmer,
Applied Mathematics Program,
University of Maryland,
College Park
 Oct. 2:
Computational fluid flow based on impulse variables
 Prof. Ricardo Cortez,
Courant Institute,
New York
 Oct. 9:
A new finite element method for computing crystalline microstructure
 Prof. Matthias Gobbert,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Maryland at Baltimore County
 Oct. 16:
Computation of nonclassical solutions to HamiltonJacobi problems
 Prof. Pierre Gremaud,
Department of Mathematics,
North Carolina State Univesrity,
Rayleigh
 Oct. 23:
Godunovlike schemes for general systems of conservation laws
 Prof. Harland Glaz,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Maryland
 Oct. 30:
Multilevel preconditioning of Stokes discretizations
with divergencefree elements
 Dr. Peter Oswald,
Lucent Technologies, BL0112740,
Murray Hill, NJ 07974
 Nov. 6:
Multilevel Elliptic Solvers on Unstructured Grids
 Prof. Tony Chan,
Department of Mathematics,
University of California at Los Angeles
 Nov. 13:
Numerical solution of elliptic problems with
highly discontinuous coefficient
 Prof. Andrew Knyazev,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Colorado at Denver,
Denver, CO 802173364
 Nov. 20:
Numerical solutions of partial differential equations on unbounded domain
 artificial boundaries and artificial boundary conditions
 Prof. Houde Han,
Tsinghua University,
Beijing,
Popular Republic of China
 Nov. 27:
Thanksgiving Holiday (no seminar)

 Dec. 2:
New results in numerical conservation laws
 Prof. Pierre A. Gremaud,
Department of Mathematics and
Center for Research in Scientific Computation,
North Carolina State University
 Dec. 4:
Best approximation in the energy norm, and the
Friedrichs extension of singular differential
operators
 Dr. Marco Marletta,
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science,
University of Leicester,
England
 Dec. 9:
Finite element analysis of nonconvex variational problems
modeling crystalline microstructure
 Prof. Bo Li,
Department of Mathematics,
University of California at Los Angeles
