This is a series of annual meetings which aim to display the research diversity of computational mathematics in Maryland, Delaware and vicinity.
Delmar Numerics Day 2018 was heldon May 5, 2018 from 9:30am to 5:30pmKEYNOTE TALK:
at the University of Delaware in Brown Lab 101 (on the main Green of the UD campus)Fractional Cahn-Hilliard Equation(s): Analysis, Properties and Approximation
Prof. Mark Ainsworth (Brown University)
Delmar Numerics Day 2016 was held at George Mason University (Fairfax, VA).
Delmar Numerics Day 2015 was held at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis.
Delmar Numerics Day 2014 was held at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Delmar Numerics Day 2013 was held at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Delmar Numerics Day 2012 was held at the University of Delaware.
Registration is required (it is free).
The deadline for submitting talks was April 15.
All activities of DelMar Numerics 2018 will take place on Brown Lab 101, on the main Green of UD's campus. Coffee and refreshments, including a packed lunch, will be provided during the day.
If you are driving to Newark, we recommend you to park in the Trabant Parking Garage. The cost for the full day is only $5. We will have a limited amount of validation tickets. If you want to have one reserved for you, send an advance email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Brown Lab is building 51 on the campus map. Access to the Trabant Parking Structure (on the corner of S Main and W Main) is from a little side street at the beginning of W Main Street. Pick up a ticket when entering the parking. The validation ticket is used at the time of payment.
|10:00||Mingchao Cai (Morgan State University):|
Some fast solvers for poroelastic models
|10:20||Tengfei Su (U of Maryland, College Park):|
Low-rank solution methods for stochastic eigenvalue problems
|10:40||David Shirokoff (New Jersey Institute of Technology):|
Unconditional stability for multistep IMEX schemes
|11:30||Dimitrios Ntogkas (U of Maryland, College Park):|
Non-conforming FEM for large bending deformations with isometry constraint
|11:50||Giordano Tierra (Temple University):|
Numerical schemes for a phase-field vesicle membrane model
|12:10||Thomas Yu (Drexel University):|
Conforming methods for bilayer plates and biomembrane
|12:30||LUNCH (will be provided)|
|1:30||Mark Ainsworth (Brown University):
Fractional Cahn-Hilliard equation(s): analysis, properties and approximation
|3:00||Juan Pablo Borthagaray (U of Maryland, College Park):|
Regularity and rate of approximation of the fractional obstacle problem
|3:20||Jingmei Qiu (U of Delaware):|
High order IMEX WENO scheme for all Mach numbers
|3:40||Wenbo Li (U of Maryland, College Park):|
Error estimates for two-scale method for the Monge-Ampère equation
|4:30||Ana Maria Soane (US Naval Academy):|
Multigrid preconditioners for stochastic optimal control problems with elliptic SPDE constraints
|4:50||Ting Wang (U of Delaware):|
Parallel in time steady state averaging of multiscale stochastic reaction kinetics
|5:10||Andrei Draganescu (U of Maryland, Baltimore County):|
Multilevel methods for the optimal control of elliptic equations with stochastic coefficients
|Ricardo H. Nochetto||(U of Maryland, College Park)|
|Petr Plechac||(U of Delaware)|
|Francisco-Javier Sayas||(U of Delaware)|
|Tobias von Petersdorff||(U of Maryland, College Park)|