University of Bath  Department of Mathematical Sciences
Informal Numerical Analysis Seminars 2004/05
NOW in 1W3.6 at 12.15
on Fridays
Everyone is welcome at these talks and please join us for
lunch after the seminar.
The schedule for the first semester of session 20042005 is as follows:

8th October Melina Freitag will give a talk on
her diplom thesis in Chemnitz: "On the influence of multiplication
operators on the illposedness of inverse problems."

15th October Adrian Hill will give a talk
on "The numerical stability of nonautonomous stiff systems:
Linear stability domain or circle criterion?"

22nd October Dave Simpson will give a talk on
"An optimisational approach to a posteriori error
estimation."

29th October Zhivko Stoyanov will give a talk on
a paper by M. Fiedler: "A property of eigenvectors of nonnegative
symmetric matrices and its applications to graph theory."

5th November Christoph Ortner (PhD student at
Oxford, working with Johannes Zimmer) will give a talk on
"The Quasicontinuum Method".

Wednesday, 10th November (10.15am) in 1W3.6
Yves Achdou (University Paris VII)
will give a talk on "Calibration of
volatility via American options."

Wednesday, 10th November (12.15pm) in 1W3.6
Frederic Nataf (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris)
will give a talk on "Optimized Interface Conditions in
Domain Decomposition Methods. Application to Layered Problems
with Extreme Contrasts in the Coefficients."

12th November No seminar.
Additional numerical talks Wednesday 10th November (see above).

19th November No seminar.
Stefan Funken (Brunel) will speak at 2.15.

26th November No seminar.
Additional numerical talks on 30th November (Andre Leger & Andrew
Hill, CNM Seminar, 1.15pm, 1W3.6).

3rd December Marco Marletta (Cardiff) will give
a talk on "Eigenproblems on exterior domains and approximation
of DirichlettoNeumann maps."

10th December Johannes Zimmer will give
a talk on "Variational methods and Gammaconvergence for
discrete dynamics".

17th December No seminar.

14th January Chris Budd will give
a talk on "Adaptive timestepping for symplectic methods."

21st January Adrian Hill will give a talk on
"Discrete Control Theory and Time Stepping Methods."
See here for a preliminary
schedule for Semester 2.
Further information may be obtained from Rob Scheichl (01225 386034).
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