SAYAS NUMERICS SEMINAR is a weekly online seminar in Fall 2020 on computational mathematics organized by the mathematics departments of

The purpose of Sayas Numerics Seminar is

This is also the purpose of the annual meeting Sayas Numerics Day (formerly Delmar Numerics Day) which cannot take place in 2020 because of Corona virus.

Sayas Numerics Day and Sayas Numerics Seminar are named in honor of Francisco Javier Sayas (1968-2019). In addition to his many other achievements, he played a key role in establishing and running DelMar Numerics Day, and was dedicated to its mission of giving especially younger mathematicians an opportunity to share their work.

Presentation honoring Francisco Javier Sayas, given by R. Nochetto at DelMar Numerics Day 2019.


REGISTRATION      REGISTER NOW!

REGISTRATION FORM

Registration is required for attending the Zoom talks.
We will send you the Zoom link on each Sunday before a talk. The Zoom link is the same for all talks.

Attending the talks:
Researchers from anywhere in the world are welcome to register and attend the Zoom talks.

SCHEDULE   (all talks at 3:30pm Eastern Time unless noted otherwise)

Sept.  8 Qiang Du (Columbia University)
From integrating to learning dynamics: new studies on Linear Multistep Methods
 
video
Sept. 15 Cleve Moler (MathWorks)
How the SVD saves the Universe
 
video
Sept. 22 Dongbin Xiu (Ohio State University)
Data driven governing equations recovery with deep neural networks
Sept. 29 CONTRIBUTED TALKS
Oct.  6 Tamara G. Kolda (Sandia National Laboratories)
Practical Leverage-Based Sampling for Low-Rank Tensor Decomposition
Oct. 13 Lars Ruthotto (Emory University)
Oct. 20 CONTRIBUTED TALKS
Oct. 27 Akil Narayan (University of Utah)
Multivariate positive quadrature rules and computational Tchakaloff theorems
Nov.  3 Denis Ridzal (Sandia National Laboratories)
Nov. 10 CONTRIBUTED TALKS
Nov. 17 Tzanio Kolev (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Scalable high-order finite elements for compressible hydrodynamics
Dec.  1 Andreas Prohl (Universität Tübingen, Germany):
Numerical methods and analysis of the stochastic Navier-Stokes equations
Dec.  8 CONTRIBUTED TALKS

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Harbir Antil (George Mason University)
Andrei Draganescu (U of Maryland, Baltimore County)
Ricardo H. Nochetto (U of Maryland, College Park)
Petr Plechac (U of Delaware)
Tobias von Petersdorff (U of Maryland, College Park)