Global Seminar on Mathematical Modeling and Applications

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general mathematics

University of Massachusetts Amherst / University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

Audience: Researchers in the topic
Seminar series time: Wednesday 15:00-16:00 in your time zone, UTC
Organizers: Arkadz Kirshtein*, Pei Liu
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Description: Occasional seminar on mathematical modeling and related topics

In light of the worldwide cancellations of meetings workshops and conferences many of us are forced to switch to online mode of communication. Thus following the example of many other initiatives we decided to organize a Global Seminar on Mathematical Modeling and Applications.

Zoom links will appear on the seminar website 15 minutes before talks begin so that we may convene a little earlier, get acquainted and/or catch-up.

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Upcoming talks
Past talks
Your timeSpeakerTitle
WedDec 0216:00Navid Mohammad MirzaeiSimple model of atherosclerosis in cylindrical arteries: impact of anisotropic growth on Glagov remodeling
WedNov 1116:00Francesco De AnnaOn classical solutions for some Oldroyd-B model of viscoelastic fluids
WedSep 0215:00Giordano TierraEnergy-stable numerical schemes for fluid vesicles with internal nematic order
WedJul 2915:00Xiaozhe HuRobust Preconditioners for Mixed-dimemsional Models of Flow in Fractured Porous Media
WedJul 2215:00Wenzhong ZhangFast multipole method for Helmholtz equation in layered media
WedJul 1515:00Chun LiuLaw of mass action and energetic variational approaches
WedJul 0815:00Yekaterina EpshteynGrain structure, grain growth and evolution of the grain boundary network in polycrystalline materials: theory, simulations, and experiments
WedJul 0115:00Shawn D. RyanMathematics Provides Insight Into Self-Organization in Active Biosystems
WedJun 2415:00Leili ShahriyariA path toward personalized cancer treatments
WedJun 1715:00Guo-Wei WeiMathematical AI for drug discovery
WedJun 0315:00Bo LiVariational implicit-solvent predictions of the ligand-receptor (un)binding kinetics
WedMay 2715:00Rolf RyhamMembrane mechanics and rupture using coarse-grained hydrophobic attraction potentials
WedMay 2015:00Robert EisenbergIons in channels and bulk: mathematics and molecular biology
WedMay 1315:00Ryan MurrayVortices, instabilities, and non-uniqueness in incompressible fluids
WedMay 0615:00Yiwei WangVariational Schemes to Generalized Diffusions, Gradient flows and Beyond: An Discrete Energetic Variational Approach
WedApr 2915:00Maria-Carme Calderer3-Dimensional Solitons in Nematic Liquid Crystals subject to AC Fields
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