Meetings of the Scientific Computing Group will be held once a week, 2:00–3:00 in W301. The meetings will usually be on Friday, but occasionally we will meet at other times. For specifics, see the schedule below.
Some food (e.g., pizza) will normally be provided once every month, and participants are welcome to bring their own lunch to other meetings. Entertainment will normally consist of a seminar talk.
First year graduate students and undergraduates interested in scientific computing are welcome to attend. (A presentation is not required.)
Fall 2017 Schedule
- 25. meet and greet
- 1. Alexander Viguerie
- 8. Clarissa Garvey and Yunyi Hu
- 15. Bora Ucar (LIP-ENS-LYON), On the Birkhoff–von Neumann decomposition and its use in solving sparse linear systems
- 22. Misha Kilmer (Tufts University), A new tensor framework - theory and applications
- 29. Sofia Guzzetti, Multigrid Methods for Uncertainty Propagation in (large-scale) Networks via Domain Decomposition
- 6. Arvind Krishna Saibaba (NC State University) D-optimal Experimental Design for Bayesian Inverse Problems
- 13. Samy Wu Fung
- 20. Xianqi Li (University of Florida), Backtracking-Based Accelerated Descent Methods for Large-Scale Linear Inverse Problems
- 27. Massimiliano Lupo Pasini
- 10. Ganesh Sundaramoorthi (KAUST) Accelerated Diffeomorphisms for Motion Estimation and Segmentation from Video