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Directors:
Randolph E. Bank
Philip E. Gill
Michael Holst

Administrative Contact:
Terry Le

Office: AP&M 7431
Phone: (858)534-9813
Fax: (858)534-5273
E-mail: tele@ucsd.edu
CCoM and CSME Events

Time/Place: CCoM and CSME Seminars are usually 11am Tuesdays or Thursdays in AP&M 2402 (unless listed otherwise). Both seminar series are open to the campus, and we normally have people from a number of different departments from across the campus attending both series.

Mailing Lists: Announcements for the seminars are sent out a few days before the lectures to the campus-wide CCOM-L and CSME-L mailing lists. To self-subscribe/unsubscribe to the mailing lists, use the following links:
March 8
CCoM Seminar
(Tuesday, 11:00am, AP&M 2402)
Speaker: James Brannick, Penn State University
Title: Algebraic Multigrid: theory and practice
March 1
CCoM Seminar
(Tuesday, 11:00am, AP&M 2402)
Speaker: TBA, UCSD
Title: TBA
February 23
CCoM Seminar
(Tuesday, 11:00am, AP&M 2402)
Speaker: Jeremy Schmitt, UCSD
Title: Linear Algebra Algorithms as Dynamical Systems
February 16
CCoM Seminar
(Tuesday, 11:00am, AP&M 2402)
Speaker: TBA, UCSD
Title: TBA
February 9
CCoM Seminar
(Tuesday, 11:00am, AP&M 2402)
Speaker: Shuhao Cao, Penn State University
Title: Bootstrap multigrid finite element method for eigenvalue problems of Laplace-Beltrami operator on closed surfaces
February 2
CCoM Seminar
(Tuesday, 11:00am, AP&M 2402)
Speaker: Zhiqiang Cai, Department of Mathematics, Purdue University
Title: A Posteriori Error Estimation Techniques for Finite Element Methods
January 28
Mathematics Colloquium
(Thursday, 4:00pm, AP&M 6402)
Speaker: Tadashi Tokieda, University of Cambridge/Stanford University
Title: Chain reactions
January 19
Mathematics Colloquium
(Tuesday, 3:00pm, AP&M 6402)
Speaker: Vlad Voroninski, MIT
Title: Tackling problems in physics and AI with convex programming, and solving certain SDPs quickly.
January 12
CCoM Seminar
(Tuesday, 11:00am, AP&M 2402)
Speaker: Lawrence Fialkow, State University of New York
Title: Positivity and Representing Measures in the Truncated Moment Problem
January 5
CCoM Seminar
(Tuesday, 11:00am, AP&M 2402)
Speaker: Steven J Leon, UMass Dartmouth
Title: A History of Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization
 
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