Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminars - 2021/22 academic year

Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminars are held on Mondays at 3pm during the academic year. We will adopt a hybrid approach for the coming academic year, with some seminars in-person in room SCN 1.25 of the O'Brien Centre for Science (North) and others on Zoom. Special seminars may also be arranged on different days and outside of the academic term.

For comments and speaker suggestions, as well as the Zoom meeting details, please contact the seminar coordinator Dr Áine Byrne.

Autumn 2021 schedule

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Comments
20 Sep Miguel Bustamante University College Dublin On the role of continuous symmetries in the solution of the 3D Euler fluid equations and related models In person
27 Sep Gabriel Andres Piovano Sapienza University of Rome Tops falling into Gargantua: gravitational waves from EMRIs with spinning secondaries In person
4 Oct Sandeep Kumar University College Dublin The Schrödinger map and Multifractality In-person
11 Oct Vojtech Witzany University College Dublin Action-angle coordinates solve all your problems (with gravitational-wave inspirals) In person
18 Oct
25 Oct Bank Holiday
1 Nov
8 Nov Miguel Zilhão Instituto Superior Técnico Scalar fields and gravitational molecules In person
15 Nov Eadaoin Doddy Clarke University College Dublin Quantifying the duration and frequency of low renewable energy generation events in Ireland In person
22 Nov Patricio Catalan Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María Remote sensing and modeling nearshore breaking waves Online
29 Nov Christiana Pantelidou University College Dublin Gravitational Turbulence in Large D In person
6 Dec Juan Mairal University of Zaragoza A cross-validation study of computational methods for droplet spreading In person

Spring 2022 schedule

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Comments
31 Jan Linda Irons Yale University Multiscale computational modelling in vascular health and disease Online
7 Feb Julio Arrechea Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía Semiclassical relativistic stars In person
14 Feb
21 Feb
28 Feb Tomas Andrade Universitat de Barcelona Simulating hyperbolic encounters of black holes In person
7 Mar Study break
14 Mar Mainendra Kumar Dewangan Technion-Israel Institute of Technology Haifa Flows Over Patterned Topographies: theoretical and computational studies In person
21 Mar Riccardo Gonzo Trinity College Dublin Classical amplitudes for the two-body problem in general relativity In person
28 Mar Jonathan Thompson Cardiff University Imprint of Precession on Gravitational Waves In person
4 Apr John Butler Technological University of Dublin One Plus One Sometimes Equals Two: Mathematical Models of Multisensory Integration In person
11 Apr Bahareh Kamranzad Kyoto University New methodology for selecting the suitable location/technology for extracting energy from the ocean waves and a case study in the South China Sea Online
18 Apr Bank Holiday

Special Summer Seminars 2022

A number of special seminars will be held during the summer. See below for the day, time and details of the seminars which have been scheduled so far.
Date Speaker Affiliation Title Comments
26 May at 3pm Adam Larios University of Nebraska-Lincoln Twixt firelight and water: The flame equation with relations to Navier-Stokes In-person
15 June at 3pm Orly Alter University of Utah Multi-Tensor Decompositions for Personalized Cancer Medicine In person

The list of previous seminars are available for the 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2020/21 academic years.