The Appled and Computational Mathematics seminar
combines lectures by our faculty, students and visitors
from other departments of George Mason University and
other institutions. This series serves the purpose of
fostering research collaborations and keeping us informed
of the recent advances in the field. Questions and
suggestions on possible contributions should be addressed
to Dan Anderson,
Harbir Antil, or
Igor Griva.
Everyone is Welcome to Attend!
Talks occur weekly on Fridays, 1:30pm  2:30pm in Exploratory Hall,
Room 4106, unless noted otherwise.

Date  Name  Affiliation  Title 
Thursday, May 30 (Special Time: 10am11am; Location, Exploratory Hall: 4106)  Andrea N. Ceretani  Universidad Nacional de San Martin, Argentina  Heat conducting fluids in domains with open boundaries. 
Wednesday, June 5 (Special Time: 10am11am; Location, Exploratory Hall: 4106)  Tianyi Shi  Cornell University  Numerical tensortrain ranks and tensor displacement structure 

Date  Name  Affiliation  Title 
Jan. 25  
Feb. 1  Yoshitaka Saiki  Hitotsubashi University  Machinelearning construction of a model for a macroscopic fluid variable using the delaycoordinate of a scalar observable 
Feb. 8  
Feb. 15  Bjorn Sandstede  Brown University  Geometry and analysis of localized structures 
Feb. 22  
Mar. 1  
Mar. 8  Animesh Biswas  Iowa State University  Fractional Powers of Parabolic Operators and Master Equation 
Mar. 15  Spring Break (No Seminar)  
Mar. 22  Serkan Gugercin  Virginia Tech  Model reduction: A systemstheoretic perspective 
Mar. 29  
April 5  East Coast Optimization Meeting  
April 12  Heyrim Cho  University of Maryland  Mathematical model of Hematopoietic cell differentiation from singlecell gene sequencing data 
April 19  Wujun Zhang  Rutgers University  A rate of convergence of numerical optimal transport problem with quadratic cost 
April 26  
May 3 




Date  Name  Affiliation  Title 
Jan. 27  
Feb. 3  John P. Nolan  American University  Probabilistic and numerical aspects of stable distributions 
Feb. 10  
Feb. 17  
Feb. 24  
March 3  
March 10  
March 17 (SPRING BREAK)  
March 24  
March 31  GMU AWM Event  
April 7  Bourama Toni  Virginia State University  Nash Limit Cycles in the dynamics of America sociocultural evolution: A game  theoretical approach 
April 14  Jason Hindes  Naval Research Lab  Pattern Formation and Fluctuations in Complex Networks 
April 21  Konstantin Mischaikow  Rutgers University  A Combinatorial Algebraic Topological Approach to Nonlinear Dynamics 
April 28  Harbir Antil  George Mason University  Fractional Operators with Inhomogeneous Boundary Conditions: Analysis, Control, and Discretization 
THURSDAY, May 4, 1pm2pm, Exploratory Hall Room 3301 (NOTE SPECIAL DATE, TIME and ROOM)  Scott Field  University of Massachusetts  Dartmouth  Fast recovery of farfield timedomain signals from nearfield data 






Date  Name  Affiliation  Title 
Jan. 24  TBA  
Jan. 31  Enrique Otarola  University of Maryland  A PDE Approach to Numerical Fractional Diffusion 
Feb. 7  TBA  
Feb. 14  TBA  
Feb. 21  Hector Corrada Bravo  University of Maryland  Cellspecific methylation pattern reconstruction using minimum cost network flow algorithms 
Feb. 28  TBA  
Mar. 7  TBA  
Mar. 14  Spring Break  No seminar  
Mar. 21  TBA  
Mar. 28  Jeff Snider/Diego Torrejon  George Mason University  Graduate Student Web Event 
Apr. 4  Ricardo Nochetto  University of Maryland  Discrete Geometric Gradient Flows 
Apr. 11  Gunay Dogan  NIST  Shape Optimization for Image Analysis 
Apr. 18  TBA  
Apr. 25  Kevin Carlberg  Sandia  Reducedorder modeling in uncertainty quantification: modeling and controlling error 
May 2 (Special Time: 11am12pm)  Sean ColbertKelly  NIST  A Generalized GinzburgLandau model in a Planar Geometry 




Date  Name  Affiliation  Title 
Jan. 27  TBA  
Feb. 3  TBA  
Feb. 10  TBA  
Feb. 17  TBA  
Feb. 24  J. Barkley Rosser  James Madison University  Complex EcologicEconomic Dynamics (SPECIAL ROOM: Science and Tech 1, Room 206) 
Mar. 2  Michael Minion  University of North Carolina  Temporal Parallelization for Partial Differential Equations 
Mar. 9  Marian Mrozek  Jagiellonian University  Towards the understanding of the homological persistence of maps 
Mar. 16  Spring Break  No seminar  
Mar. 23  TBA  
Mar. 30  Matthew Hendrey  George Mason University  Modeling the U.S. Housing Bubble (SPECIAL ROOM: Science and Tech 1, Room 206) 
Apr. 3  Andy Dorsett  Wolfram Research  Mathematica 8 in Education and Research (Special Time and Room: 12:301:45, Research 1, Room 163) 
Apr. 6  Andrew Corrigan  Naval Research Lab  A hybridgrid compressible flow solver for largescale supersonic jet noise simulations on multiGPU clusters 
Apr. 13  Harbir Lamba  George Mason University  FarfromEquilibrium Dynamics in Economic and Financial Systems 
Apr. 20  Michael Gratton  Metron, Inc.  Modeling Foams 
Apr. 27  TBA  TBA  TBA 
May 4  Victoria Booth  University of Michigan  Dynamics of sleepwake regulation (SPECIAL ROOM AND TIME: 11am in Science and Tech 1, Room 206 

Date  Name  Affiliation  Title 
Sept. 9  Hans Kaper  Georgetown University and Argonne National Lab  Mathematics and Climate: A New Partnership 
Sept. 16  
Sept. 23  Carson Chow  National Institutes of Health  The dynamics of obesity 
Sept. 30  Andrei Draganescu  UMBC  Multigrid preconditioners for linear systems arising in PDE optimization 
Oct. 7  Zach Trautt  George Mason University  Grain Boundary Properties From Atomistic Simulations 
Oct. 14  Sivan Leviyang  Georgetown University  Stochastic Models of HIV Infection 
Oct. 21  Nick Gewecke  University of Delaware  Dynamics of Mushy Layers 
Oct. 28  Ira Schwartz  NRL  The Dynamical Geometry of Epidemic Extinction 
Nov. 4  SIAM Faculty Research Symposium  George Mason University  SIAM Student Chapter Event (SPECIAL TIME) 
Nov. 11  John MalletParet  Brown University  Recent Progress in DelayDifferential Equations 
Nov. 18  Burt Tilley  WPI  Thermocapillary Control of Thin Fluid Sheets 
Svetlana Roudenko  George Washington University  TBA (SPECIAL TIME: 3:30 Joint with Math Colloquium)  
Nov. 25  Thanksgiving Break  No seminar  
Dec. 2  Annalisa Calini  College of Charleston/National Science Foundation  Integrable dynamics of closed vortex filaments: finitegap solutions and their linear stability 
Dec. 9  Juan Sabuco  Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain  Partial Control of Chaotic Systems 

