Organizer

Maya Neytcheva
Seminar program in scientific computing
 Regular time: 13:1515:00
 Location: ITC, Polacksbacken
Fall 2020
October 28 at 13:15, guest lecturer

To be announced
 Stefano SerraCapizzano
 [https://disat.uninsubria.it/index_en.htmlScience and High Technology Department, University of Insubria, Como, Italy
 Abstract
October 14 at 13:15, guest lecturer, Zoom meeting

3D Acoustic shape optimization of a compression driver
 Martin Berggren
 Department of Computing Science, UMIT Research Lab, Umeå University
 Abstract
September 30 at 13:15, guest lecturer, Zoom meeting

New regularity conditions for finite element meshes
 Sergey Korotov
 Department of Computer science, Electrical engineering and Mathematical sciences, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
 Abstract
September 23 at 13:15, guest lecturer, Zoom meeting

How to backup data from your laptop
Spring 2020
May 20 at 13:15, Ph.D. presentations

A shockcapturing hybrid finite element  finite difference method
 Tuan Anh Dao
 Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University
 Abstract
Stability analysis of finite element methods for the wave equation
 Benjamin Weber
 Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University
 Abstract
May 15 at 15:15, Invited lecture

MPI is here to stay: future developments and novel features
 George Bosilca
 Innovative Computing Lab, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
 Abstract
April 22 at 13:15, 2345, guest lecturer

Programming languages and Linear Algebra Computations
 Paolo Bientinesi
 Department of Computing Science, Umeå University
 Abstract
April 15 at 13:15, guest lecturer

The COMSOL Multiphysics® Modeling Environment
 Lars Langemyr, Chief Developer
 Comsol Multiphysics
 Abstract
 Link to online meeting
March 30 at 15:15, 2345, guest lecturer OBS! Monday

Title to be announced
March 11 at 13:15, 2345, guest lecturer

Multifidelity Approximate Bayesian Computation
 Thomas Prescott
 Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK
 Abstract
February 26 at 13:15, 2345, Halftime seminar

A radial basis function finite difference method with improved stability properties
February 19 at 13:15, 2345, guest lecturer

A fast Fourier transform based direct solver for the Helmholtz problem
January 27 at 10.15, 2446, Halftime seminar

Multiscale Modeling in Biology: Methods and Perspective
External guest: Mark Sturrock, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
January 20 at 10.15, 2345, Half time seminar

Impact of force function formulations on the numerical simulation of centerbased models
External guest: Jochen Kursawe, St. Andrews University, Scotland
Fall 2019
December 11 at 13.15, 4307, guest speaker

On necessary and sufficient conditions for strong hyperbolicity
December 6 at 10.15, 2214, guest speaker

WaveHoltz: Iterative solution of the Helmholtz equation via the wave equation
December 4 at 13.15, 1311, guest speaker

Robust HighOrder Discontinuous Galerkin Methods: Why? and How?
November 28 at 13.15, 2244,Halftime seminar

High order finite difference methods for wave problems
November 20 at 15.15, 4307, guest speaker

Rayleigh quotient optimizations and eigenvalue problems
 Zhaojun Bai
 Department of Computer Science, University of California at Davis
 Abstract
November 8 at 14.30, 2446, guest speaker

CONQUEST: linear scaling and largescale DFT calculations
October 30 at 13.15, 2345, guest speaker

Can machines learn continuously? A tutorial of the Bayesian approach
 Khoat Than, Director of the Data Science Laboratory
 Hanoi University of Science and Technology
 Abstract
October 17 at 13.15, 2345, guest speaker

Albany LandIce (ALI): A NextGeneration VariableResolution Ice Sheet Model Towards Probabilistic Projections of SeaLevel Change
October 9, at 13:15, 2214, guest speaker

Selfoptimization in the cloud
September 25 at 13.15, 1111, guest speaker

Multiscale computations for elliptic problems and time averaged waves
September 9 at 13.15, 4306, guest speaker

Radiation boundary conditions for waves: extensions and open problems