Date 
Time/Location 
Speaker/Title 
Local Host 
Wednesday Sept. 5 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof.
Masayuki Kimura Department of Electronic Systems Engineering School of Engineering The University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan Intrinsic Localized Modes in Mechanical Cantilever Array 
V. Putkaradze 
Friday Sept. 21 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Codina
Cotar Fields Institute and University College London Density Functional Theory and Optimal Transport with Coulomb Cost 
B. Pass 
Monday Oct. 8 
10  11am CAB 229 
Prof. K. Boehmer PhilippsUniversitaet Marburg Convergence for General Full Discretizations of Center Manifolds for Parabolic Differential Equations 
J. Bowman 
Friday Oct. 26 
34pm CAB 657 
Hong Jiang Bell Labs, Murry Hill, USA A stochastic conjugate gradient method for the approximation of functions 
Y. Wong 
Tuesday Oct. 30 
3:30  4:30pm MEC 23 
Prof. K. Rajagopal Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station On the mechanics and mathematics of bodies described by implicit constitutive equations 
P. Minev 
Friday Nov. 2 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Dmitry Zenkov Department of Mathematics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC 27695, USA Hamel's Formalism and StructurePreserving Integrators 
V. Putkaradze 
Friday Nov. 16 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Qun Mo, Department of Mathematics, Zhejiang University, China On Measurement Matrix in Compressed Sensing 
B. Han 
Friday Nov. 23 
34pm CAB 657 
Dr. Xiaosheng Zhuang Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, University of Alberta and Department of Mathematics, City University of Hong Kong, China Sparse Approximation, Directional Representation Systems, and Mathematical Imaging 
B. Han 
Friday Nov. 30 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Yinnian He School of Mathematics and Statistics, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China Implicit/Explicit Schemes for the NavierStokes Equations 
Y. Wong 
Friday Dec. 7 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Rouslan Krechetnikov Department of Mechanical Engineering University of California at Santa Barbara Weak ellipticity: why lubrication approximation works better than expected and how disturbances can propagate upstream in supersonic flows? 
V. Putkaradze 
Friday Feb. 1 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Zhangxing (John) Chen University of Calgary Unconventional Oil and gas Reservoir Modeling and Simulation 
P. Minev 
Friday Feb. 8 
34pm CAB 657 
Dr. Ron Sawatzky Alberta Innovates Technology Futures Cold Heavy Oil Production with Sand: Recovery Mechanisms & Field Performance 
Y. Wong 
Friday Feb. 15 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Blagovest Sendov Hausdorff Geometry of Polynomials 
P. Minev 
Friday Mar. 1 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Xinwei Yu University of Alberta On Global Regularity of 2D Incompressible Magnetohydrodynamics equations with Partial Dissipation 
P. Minev 
Friday Mar. 8 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Cesare Tronci Department of Mathematics, University of Surrey Geometry and Symmetry in Multiphysics Models for Magnetized Plasmas 
V. Putkaradze 
Friday Mar. 15 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Andre Fortin, Universite Laval High Accuracy Solutions to Industrial Problems 
Y. Wong 
Friday Mar. 22 
34pm CAB 657 
Prof. Xinwei Yu University of Alberta On Wellposedness of Some Models for Ferrohydrodynamics 
P. Minev 
Wednesday Apr. 3 
34pm CAB 365 
Prof. Francois GayBalmaz CNRS and Ecole Normale Superioure, Paris Equivalent Theories of Liquid Crystals 
V. Putkaradze 
Friday Apr. 5 
34pm
CAB 657

Prof. Liqun Cao Institute of Computational Mathematics and Scientific/Engineering Computing Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China A Molecular DynamicsContinuum Coupled Model for Heat Transfer in Composite Materials 
Y. Wong 
Tuesday May 7 
34pm CAB 273 
Dr. Lizheng Tao Department of Mathematics, Oklahoma State University A Group of Slightly Supercritical Dissipative Operator Related to 2D Boussinesq Equations 
X. Yu 
Friday Oct. 26 
12pm GMU Downtown Campus 7284 
Hong Jiang Bell Labs, Murry Hill, USA Compressive video sensing 
Y. Wong 
Talks from previous years:
2011/12, 2010/11, 2009/10, 2008/09, 2007/08