SIAM 2017

 AWM

AWM Activities at SIAM 2017

Monday, July 10 – Tuesday, July 11, 2017

David Lawrence Convention Center

Pittsburgh, PA

Monday, July 10, 2017

AWM Workshop: Research Talks by Recent Ph.D.s & Invited Speakers – AWM Workshop: Recent Advances in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing — Part I of II10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Room: Room 305, David Lawrence Convention Center

   Organizers

  • Susanne Brenner, Louisiana State University
  • Fengyan Li, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • Beatrice Riviere, Rice University

A New Convergence Analysis of Finite Element Methods for Elliptic Distributed Optimal Control Problems with Pointwise State Constraints abstract

Susanne Brenner, Louisiana State University

Super-convergence of the Asymptotic Approximation of Linear Kinetic Equation with Spectral Methods

Zheng Chen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Numerical Methods for the Chemotaxis Models

Yekaterina Epshteyn, University of Utah

Modeling the Diffusion of Prion Aggregates in Budding Yeast

Karin Leiderman, University of California, Merced

The Effect of the Sensitivity Parameter in Weighted Essentially Non-oscillatory Methods

Yulia Hristova, University of Michigan, Dearborn

AWM Sonia Kovalevsky Lecture: Mitigating Uncertainty in Inverse Wave Scattering – 2:45 PM – 3:30 PM

Room: Ballrooom Gallery – 3rd Floor, David Lawrence Convention Center

Liliana Borcea, University of Michigan

AWM Workshop: Research Talks by Recent Ph.D.s & Invited Speakers – Recent Advances in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing — Part II of II4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Room: 305, David Lawrence Convention Center

Organizers

  • Susanne Brenner, Louisiana State University
  • Fengyan Li, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • Beatrice Riviere, Rice University

Pseudo-time Adaptive Regularization for Nonmonotone Problems

Sara Pollock, Wright State University

On the Sensitivity to the Filtering Radius in Leray Models of Incompressible Flow 

Annalisa Quaini, University of Houston

A BDDC Preconditioner for C0C0 Interior Penalty Methods

Kening Wang, University of North Florida

A Moving Mesh WENO Method Based on Exponential Polynomials for One-dimensional Conservation Laws

Yan Jiang, Michigan State University

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

AWM Workshop: Career Panel: Perspectives from Women in Research  – 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM 

Room: 305, David Lawrence Convention Center

Organizers  

  • Laura Ellwein, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Megan Owen, Lehman College, CUNY, USA
  • Beatrice Riviere, Rice University

Speakers

 Panelists to Be Announced 

TBD TBD, Genentech, Inc., USA

AWM Workshop – Poster Presentations8:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Room: West Atrium – 3rd Floor, David Lawrence Convention Center

Organizers

Poster Judging Coordinator

Tailoring Tails in Taylor Dispersion: How Boundaries Shape Chemical Deliveries in Microfluidics

Francesca Bernardi, University of North Carolina

A New Goal-Oriented A Posteriori Error Estimation for 2D and 3D Saddle Point Problems in Hp Adaptive Fem

Arezou Ghesmati, Texas A&M University

Sobolev Discontinuous Galerkin (dG) Methods

Adeline Kornelus, University of New Mexico

An AMG Approach in Solving Graph Laplacians of Protein Networks Based on Diffusion State Distance Metrics

Junyuan Lin, Tufts University

Hyperspectral Image Classification Using Parallelized Graph Clustering Methods    

Zhaoyi Meng, University of California, Los Angeles

A Reaction-Diffusion Model for Cell Polarization in Yeast abstract

Marissa Renardy, Ohio State University

Band-Edge Solitons in the Nls Equation with Periodic Pt-Symmetric Potentials

Jessica Taylor, University of California, Merced

An Invariant-Region-Preserving Limiter for the Dg Method to Isentropic Gas Dynamics abstract

Yi Jiang, Iowa State University

Polynomial Preconditioned Arnoldi for Eigenvalues

Jennifer A. Loe, Baylor University

Almost Sure Convergence of Particle Swarm Optimization Using Pure Adaptive Search Method abstract

Ganesha Weerasinghe, Auburn University

Blending Peridynamics and Classical Elasticity to Model Material Behavior

Kileen Berry, University of Tennessee

Computational Approaches for Linear Goal-Oriented Bayesian Inverse Problems

Karina Koval, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Sponsored by:

                     NSF