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List of Speakers

Ninth Annual Graduate Student Mini-conference in Computational Mathematics

February 17-18, 2018

University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208


Keynote

Keynote
Mihai Anitescu
Argonne National Laboratory

  • Mathematical and computational challenges in energy systems
Keynote
Thi Thao Phuong Hoang
University of South Carolina

  • Domain decomposition and local time-stepping methods for numerical solution of evolution equations and their applications

Contributing

Contributing
Muhammad Mohebujjaman
Virginia Tech

  • Physically-constrained data-driven reduced order modeling of fluid flows

Student Paper

Student Paper
Alistair Bentley
Clemson University

  • Inf-Sup stable finite elements for axisymmetric linear elasticity
Student Paper
Andrea Carracedo Rodriguez
Virginia Tech

  • Interpolatory model reduction of parametric bilinear systems
Student Paper
Olcay Ciftci
Auburn University

  • Application of the discrete empirical interpolation method to variable density flow and solute transport equations
Student Paper
Conrad Clevenger
Clemson University

  • Partitioning scheme for flexible parallel adaptive geometric multigrid
Student Paper
Joseph Daws, Jr.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

  • Compressed sensing for image reconstruction using hierarchical wavelets on lower sets
Student Paper
Alexander Grimm
Virginia Tech

  • Optimality conditions for parametric model reduction
Student Paper
Jalil Hasanyan
Virginia Tech

  • Stability of a moving current carrying conductive string in a magnetic field
Student Paper
Zeliha Kilic
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

  • Symmetry breaking in a random passive scalar
Student Paper
Birgül Koc
Virginia Tech

  • Large eddy simulation reduced order modeling
Student Paper
Jae Ho (Mike) Lee
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

  • Verification and validation of bioprosthetic heart valve FSI simulations
Student Paper
Shuang Liu
University of South Carolina

  • Numerical methods for a class of reaction-diffusion equations with free boundaries
Student Paper
Changhong Mou
Virginia Tech

  • Data-driven filtered reduced order modeling
Student Paper
Erik Palmer
University of South Carolina

  • A stochastic model for high performance computing of polymer gel behavior
Student Paper
Klajdi Sinani
Virginia Tech

  • $\mathcal{H}_2(t_f)$ optimality conditions for a finite-time horizon
Student Paper
Hyunjin Son
Auburn University

  • Optimal control of vertical transmitted vector-borne disease: treatment and prevention
Student Paper
Mengying Xiao
Clemson University

  • Incremental Picard-Yosida iteration for the efficient numerical solution of steady Navier-Stokes equations
Student Paper
Chayu Yang
University of Tennessee, Chattanooga

  • On the intrinsic dynamics of bacteria in waterborne infections
Student Paper
Chenfei Zhang
University of South Carolina

  • Unconditionally energy stable linear schemes for a multi-component multi-phase diffuse interface model with Peng-Robinson equation of state
Student Paper
Liang Zhao
Clemson University

  • A nonlinear approach on solving Navier-Stokes equations in velocity-vorticity form
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