Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminars - 2022/23 academic year

Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminars are held on Thursdays at 3pm during the Autumn trimester. We will mostly follow the traditional approach of having in-person seminars with occasional Zoom only seminars as required. The seminars will be held in room 1.25 of Science North (JK Lab). 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 Sarp Akcay.

Autumn 2022 schedule

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Comments
15 Sep Panagiotis Theodorakis Polish Academy of Sciences Nanodroplets and nanobubbles on solid substrates: Molecular dynamics simulation of interfacial phenomena In person
27 Oct Samuel Crew Universities of Bath and Cambridge Resurgence and singular perturbation theory in water waves In person
3 Nov Antoinio Ferreiro Radboud University Quantum effects in expanding universes In person
10 Nov Antoine Klein University Birmingham TBA In person
17 Nov Edward Redfern Keele University Dynamical phase approach to symmetry reduction for recurrent flow analysis in two-dimensional Kolmogorov flow In person

Spring 2023 schedule

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Comments
19 Jan Luca Biancofiore Bilkent University TBA In Person
6 Mar Marco Viola UCD Some numerical optimization applications in machine learning and image processing In Person
13 Mar Study break
3 April Brad Cownden Jagiellonian University Examining the stability of quasinormal modes In Person
17 April Gianmarco Mengaldo National University of Singapore Industry-relevant implicit LES via spectral/hp element methods In Person
16 May Ollie Burke in2p3 An Overview: data analysis for space-based gravitational wave observations. In Person

Special Summer Seminars 2023

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
3 Aug Zeyd Sam Potsdam U. Metric reconstruction for black holes in the Regge-Wheeler-Zerilli formalism Hub 2.20

The list of previous seminars are available for the 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20, 2020/21 and 2021/22 academic years.