Waves on Wednesday Seminar Series

Department of Mathematical Sciences
and
Center for Applied Mathematics and Statistics

New Jersey Institute of Technology


Spring 2006

Talks in this series are held every other Wednesday in Cullimore 611 at 3:00 pm unless noted otherwise. If you have any questions about a particular colloquium, please contact the person hosting the speaker. For general questions about the colloquium schedule, please contact  Richard Moore.

 


Date
Speaker and title
Host




March 1
SPECIAL TIME: 2:30 pm
 Kai Huang, University of California at Irvine
 Long Range Wave Propagation and Time Reversal (abstract)
Richard Moore

March 8

 Chris Elmer, NJIT
 Finding Traveling Wave Solutions to Bistable Reaction-Diffusion Equations on Spatially Discrete Domains (with Some Applications) (abstract)
Chris Elmer

Thursday, March 23
11:30 am
NOTE SPECIAL DAY AND TIME
 Yassine Boubendir, University of Minnesota
 Domain Decomposition Methods for Scattering Problems (abstract)
Richard Moore

March 29

 Andrew Poje, College of Staten Island
 What's Wrong with Gulf Stream Rings: A Lagrangian Model Analysis (abstract)
Richard Moore

April 19

 Harish Bhat, Columbia University
 Waves in Discrete Electronic Lattices (abstract)
Roy Goodman