logotext1 July 18 – 22, 2011, Vancouver, BC, Canada
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Invited Speakers

 

Dr. John Bell Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Low Mach Number Models in Computational Astrophysics Wednesday, July 20, 8:30
Dr. Andrea Bertozzi University of California at Los Angeles Particle-laden Viscous Fluids & the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Tuesday, July 19 13:30
Dr. Vicent Caselles Universitat Pompeu Fabra Exemplar-Based Image Inpainting and Applications

Monday, July 18 13:30

Dr. Sergio Conti Universität Bonn Pattern Formation in Compressed Elastic Sheets Friday, July 22 8:30
Dr. Michael C. Ferris University of Wisconsin Madison Extended Mathematical Programming - Competition & Stochasticity Monday, July 18, 13:30
Dr. Gilles Francfort Université de Paris-Nord The Variational Viewpoint in Fracture Mechanics Thursday, July 21, 13:30
Dr. Peter Fritzson Linköpings Universitet The Next Generation Scientific Programming & Mathematical Modelling Language Wednesday, July 20, 13:30
Dr. Zhi Geng Peking University Causal Evaluation and Discovery Friday, July 22, 13:30
Dr. Michael Ghil, École Normale Supérieure Toward a Mathematical Theory of Climate Sensitivity Thursday, July 21, 8:30
Dr. Clovis Gonzaga Federal University of Santa Caterina Complexity-based Methods for Convex Optimization Tuesday, July 19, 8:30
Dr. Matthew Hastings Microsoft Research Communicating over Quantum Channels Tuesday, July 19, 13:30
Dr. John Hogan University of Bristol Piecewise Smooth Systems: Challenges and Open Problems Friday, July 22, 13:30
Dr. Philip Holmes Princeton University The Neuromechanics of Insect Locomotion: How Cockroaches Run Fast and Stably Without Much Thought Wednesday, July 20, 13:30
Dr. Yoh Iwasa Kyushu University Evolution of Masting - Synchronized & Intermittent Reproduction of Trees Wednesday, July 20, 8:30
Dr. Ron Kimmel Israel Institute of Technology Metric Geometry in Action Tuesday, July 19, 8:30
Dr. Shigeo Kusuoka University of Tokyo Numerical Computation for the Expectation on Diffusion Processes Thursday, July 21, 13:30
Dr. Kerry Landman University of Melbourne Our “Second Brain”: Modelling Its Development and Disease Thursday, July 21, 13:30
Dr. Mark Lewis University of Alberta New Challenges in Modelling Biological Invasions Monday, July 18, 13:30
Dr. Christian Lubich Universität Tübingen Variational Approximations in Quantum Dynamics Friday, July 22, 13:30
Dr. Alexander McNeil Heriot-Watt University Modelling Capital Adequacy and Solvency Tuesday, July 19, 8:30
Dr. Benoit Perthame Université Pierre et Marie Curie Adaptive Evolution - A Population View Thursday, July 21, 8:30
Dr. Benedetto Piccoli Rutgers University - Camden Multiscale and Heterogeneous Models for Traffic Flow and Crowd Dynamics Wednesday, July 20, 8:30
Dr. Pierre Sagaut Université Pierre et Marie Curie Coping with Uncertainty in Turbulent Flow Simulations Tuesday, July 19, 13:30
Dr. Andrzej Swierniak Silesian TU Control Theory as a Tool for Planning Anti-Cancer Therapies Friday, July 22, 8:30
Dr. Rudiger Westermann Technische Universität München Real-Time Multigrid Methods – Recent Advances in Fluid & Elastic Body Simulation Friday, July 22, 8:30
Dr. Bin Yu University of California, Berkeley Sparse Modeling for High Dimensional Data Thursday, July 21, 8:30
Dr. Pingwen Zhang Peking University Phase Behavior of Complex Fluids Wednesday, July 20, 13:30
 

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