# John Bowman, Recent Talks

On the Global Attractor of 2D Incompressible
Turbulence with Random Forcing, *University of Texas at Austin*,
Austin, Texas (March 23, 2018).*
On the Global Attractor of 2D Incompressible
Turbulence with Random Forcing, *Princeton University*,
Princeton, New Jersey (February 19, 2018).*
On the Global Attractor of 2D Incompressible
Turbulence with Random Forcing, *Indiana University*,
Bloomington, Indiana (October 25, 2017).*
On the Global Attractor of 2D Incompressible
Turbulence with Random Forcing, *Americas XI Conference on
Differential Equations and Nonlinear Analysis*,
Edmonton, Alberta (August 19, 2017).
On the Global Attractor of 2D Incompressible Turbulence with Random Forcing, *Mathematical Congress of the Americas*,
Montreal, Quebec (July 27, 2017).*
The Partial Fourier Transform,
*Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting*,
Halifax, Nova Scotia (July 19, 2017).*
What Is Missing in High School Mathematics
Education? *Alberta Mathematics Dialog*,
Edmonton, Alberta (May 5, 2017).*
What Is Missing in High School Mathematics
Education? *Alberta Education Mathematics Expert Working Group*,
Edmonton, Alberta (January 13, 2017).*
Implicitly Dealiased Convolutions on Shared-Memory and Distributed-Memory Parallel Processors",
*Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting*,
Edmonton, Alberta (June 29, 2016).*
Using Partial Fourier Transforms to Study Kolmogorov's Inertial-Range Flux",
*Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting*,
Edmonton, Alberta (June 28, 2016).*
Recent Advances in the Pseudospectral Method,
*Challenges in Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics and Fluid Dynamics*
Provo, Utah (May 24, 2016).*
Adaptive Transpose Algorithms for Distributed
Multicore Processors,
*SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing,*
Paris, France (April 15, 2016).
Recent Advances in the Pseudospectral Method,
*SIAM Conference on Analysis of Partial Differential Equations,*
Scottsdale, Arizona (December 8, 2015).*
Adaptive Matrix Transpose Algorithms for
Distributed Multicore Processors,
*Canadian Association of Physicists Meeting*,
Edmonton, Alberta (June 16, 2015).
Implicitly Padded Convolutions on Hybrid Parallel Architectures",
*Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting*,
Waterloo, Ontario (June 8, 2015).*
How Important is Dealiasing for Turbulence
Simulations?* UCLA Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics*,
Los Angeles, California (September 30, 2014).*
Adaptive Matrix Transpose Algorithms for
Distributed Multicore Processors,
*Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting*,
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (June 25, 2014).*
What Is Missing in High School Mathematics
Education? *Alberta Mathematics Dialogue*, Camrose, Alberta (May 1, 2014).*
Adaptive Matrix Transpose Algorithms for
Distributed Multicore Processors, *International Interdisciplinary
Conference on Applied Mathematics, Modeling and Computational Science*,
Waterloo, Ontario (August 30, 2013).
Pseudospectral Reduction of Incompressible
Two-Dimensional Turbulence, *Mathematical Congress of the Americas*,
Guanajuato, Mexico (August 5, 2013).*
How Important is Dealiasing for Turbulence
Simulations?* Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society
Meeting*, Quebec, Quebec (June 19, 2013).*
Implicit Dealiasing of Convolutions over Distributed
Memory, *Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting*,
Quebec, Quebec (June 17, 2013).*
Pseudospectral Reduction of Incompressible
Two-Dimensional Turbulence, *
Euromech Colloqium 542: Progress in Statistical Theory and Pseudospectral
DNS*, Lyon, France (January 18, 2013).*
Turbulence, Scientific Computing, and Visualization,
*Graduate Research Day, Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, University of Alberta*
Edmonton, Alberta (October 25, 2012).
Pseudospectral Reduction of Incompressible Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting,*
Toronto, Ontario (June 25, 2012).*
Structure-Preserving and Exponential Discretizations of Initial-Value Problems,
*Condensed Matter Physics Seminar,
*Edmonton, Alberta (March 29, 2012).*
Pseudospectral Reduction of Incompressible Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*Canadian Mathematical Society Meeting,*
Toronto, Ontario (December 12, 2011).*
Casimir Cascades in Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*SIAM Conference on Analysis of Partial Differential Equations,*
San Diego, California (November 17, 2011).*
Pseudospectral Reduction of Incompressible Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*SIAM Conference on Analysis of Partial Differential Equations,*
San Diego, California (November 15, 2011).*
Pseudospectral Reduction of Incompressible Two-Dimensional Turbulence
,
*Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Program, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute*
Woods Hole, MA (July 21, 2011).*
Casimir Cascades in Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*Canadian Mathematical Society Meeting,*
Edmonton, Alberta (June 4, 2011).*
Casimir Cascades in 2D Turbulence,
*Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics: The Nature of Turbulence,
*Santa Barbara, California (March 23, 2011).*
The Pseudospectral Method: Recent Advances and Prospects, Part II,
*Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics: The Nature of Turbulence,
*Santa Barbara, California (March 18, 2011).*
The Pseudospectral Method: Recent Advances and Prospects, Part I,
*Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics: The Nature of Turbulence,
*Santa Barbara, California (March 14, 2011).*
Reduced Order Modeling for Turbulent Flows,
*Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics: The Nature of Turbulence,
*Santa Barbara, California (February 23, 2011).*
Open Problems in Turbulence,
*Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics: The Nature of Turbulence,
*Santa Barbara, California (February 9, 2011).*
Casimir Cascades in Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*Physics Colloquium,
*Edmonton, Alberta (September 24, 2010).*
Dealiased Convolutions without the Padding,
*Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting,
* St. John's, Newfoundland (June 20, 2010).*
Interactive TeX-Aware 3D Vector Graphics,
*TeX Users Group 2010,
*San Francisco, California (June 30, 2010).*
Dealiased Convolutions without the Padding,
*Waves Phenomena IV
*Edmonton, Alberta (June 15, 2010).
The Fastest Convolution in the West,
*Applied Mathematics Institute Seminar,
*Edmonton, Alberta (April 13, 2010).*
Casimir Cascades in Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*Fluids Seminar,
*Edmonton, Alberta (February 24, 2010).*
To Infinity and Beyond!
*Last Lecture on Earth Series, University of Alberta,
*Edmonton, Alberta (January 27, 2010).*
Casimir Cascades in Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*1051st American Mathematical Society Meeting,
*Waco, Texas (October 17, 2009).*
The Multispectral Method: Progress and Prospects,
*12th EUROMECH European Turbulence Conference,
*Marburg, Germany (September 9, 2009).
Casimir Cascades in Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*12th EUROMECH European Turbulence Conference,
*Marburg, Germany (September 8, 2009).
Exponential Integrators,
*Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting,
*London, Ontario (June 11, 2009).
A Fully Lagrangian Advection Scheme,
*Canadian Mathematical Society,
* St. John's, Newfoundland (June 8, 2009).*
A Fully Lagrangian Advection Scheme,
*Canadian Mathematical Society,
* Ottawa, Ontario (December 6, 2008).*
Casimir Cascades in Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
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The 18th Canadian Symposium on Fluid Dynamics,
*Montreal, Quebec (June 4, 2008).*
Casimir Cascades in Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
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The 32nd SIAM Southeastern-Atlantic Section Conference,
*Orlando, Florida (March 14, 2008).*
Casimir Cascades in Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
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1032nd American Mathematical Society Meeting,
*Albuquerque, New Mexico (October 13, 2007).*
Asymptote: The Vector Graphics Language,
*Philipps-Universität Marburg*, Marburg, Germany (August 16, 2007).*
The 3D Asymptote Generalization of the MetaPost Bezier Interpolation Algorithms,
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International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics,
*Zurich, Switzerland (July 16, 2007).
Exponential Integrators,
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Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting,
*Banff, Alberta (May 22, 2007).*
Asymptote: The Vector Graphics Language,
*Workshop on Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*Lorentz Center, Leiden University, The Netherlands (March 22, 2007).*
Asymptote: The Vector Graphics Language,
University of Texas at Austin,
Austin, Texas (February 22, 2007).*
Links between dissipation, intermittency, and helicity in the GOY shell model,
University of Texas at Austin,
Austin, Texas (February 22, 2007).*
Links between dissipation, intermittency, and helicity in the GOY shell model,
17th Canadian Symposium on Fluid Dynamics,
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* Toronto, Ontario (June 17-19, 2006).*
A Fully Lagrangian Advection Scheme,
*Fifth International Conference on Scientific Computing and Applications,
* Banff, Alberta (May 18-21, 2006).
Structure-Preserving and Exponential Discretizations of Initial-Value Problems,
*26th MidWest-Pacific Differential Equations Conference,
* Edmonton, Alberta (October 15, 2005).
Mode Reduction Schemes and Subgrid Models for Homogeneous Turbulence,
*Workshop on Representing Unresolved Degrees of Freedom for the
Atmosphere and Ocean,
* Montreal, Quebec (March 3, 2005).*
Turbulent Cascades: What Length Scale Enters the Intermittency Correction?
*Theoretical Physics Institute Symposium,
* Banff, Alberta (September, 2004).*
Local vs. Nonlocal Enstrophy Flux in Two-Dimensional Turbulence,
*5th International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential
Equations,
* Pomona, California (June, 2004).*
Spectral Reduction of the GOY Shell Turbulence Model,
*Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society Meeting,
* Halifax, Canada (June, 2004).*
Structure-Preserving Discretizations of Initial-Value Problems,
*Oldenburg Universität*, Oldenburg, Germany (February, 2004).*
Spectral Reduction: A Statistical Description of Turbulence,
*Philipps-Universität Marburg*, Marburg, Germany (October, 2003).*
The Dual Cascade in Bounded and Unbounded Two-Dimensional Fluids,
* Canadian Mathematical Society*, Edmonton, Alberta (June, 2003).*
Realizable Markovian Closures,
* Stochastic Modeling of Geophysical Flows Workshop*, National Center
for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado (March, 2003).*
*=invited talk

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