May 4, 2013
University of Maryland, College Park

This is a series of annual meetings which aim to display the research diversity of computational mathematics in Maryland, Delaware and vicinity.

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The Delmar Numerics Day 2013 was held
at the University of Maryland, College Park
on May 4, 2013 from 9:30am to 5:50pm.
The keynote speaker was
Prof. Jan Hesthaven (Brown University)


There is no registration fee. The deadline for registration was April 19.

Registered Participants


The conference will be held in the colloquium room of the Math Building (room MTH3206).

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Abstracts of all talks

10:00 Petr Plechac (U of Delaware):
On the accuracy of excited state dynamics
10:20 Claudio Torres (George Mason University):
Numerics behind a vertex code for modeling material coarsening
10:40 Ignacio Tomas (U of Maryland, College Park):
The micropolar Navier-Stokes equations: numerical analysis and prospective applications for ferrofluids
11:00 BREAK
11:30 Roman Andreev (U of Maryland, College Park):
Stable space-time Petrov-Galerkin discretization of parabolic evolution equations
11:50 Wujun Zhang (U of Maryland, College Park):
Local analysis of hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin method for convection dominated diffusion problem
12:10 Victor Nistor (Penn State University):
Parametric Galerkin method on polyhedral domains
12:30 LUNCH (will be provided)
  1:30 Jan Hesthaven (Brown University):             KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Reduced order models you can believe in
  2:30 BREAK
  3:00 Stephen Shank (Temple University):
Krylov subspace methods for large-scale constrained Sylvester equations
  3:20 Jyoti Saraswat (U of Maryland, Baltimore County):
Multigrid solution of a distributed optimal control problems constrained by a semilinear elliptic PDEs
  3:40 Minghao Wu (U of Maryland, College Park):
Computational algorithms for stability analysis of incompressible flows
  4:00 BREAK
  4:30 Sijiang Lu (U of Delaware):
A fully discretized Calderon calculus for two dimensional waves
  4:50 Gunay Dogan (NIST):
Shape reconstruction in inverse problems
  5:10 Yukun Guo (U of Delaware):
A time domain linear sampling method for an inhomogeneous medium
  5:30 Benjamin Seibold (Temple University):
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods
  5:50 END

Organizing Committee

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)