Mat-1.3656 Seminar on numerical analysis and computational science

Spring 2014

Organized by prof. Timo Eirola and prof. Rolf Stenberg

The topics of the seminar are typically new techniques in numerical computations - sometimes also reviews of the classics - together with applications and challenges of numerical methods in various problems in science and engineering. The speakers are mainly visitors, TKK researchers, and PhD students of mathematics, mechanics and computational science.

The seminar will be on Mondays at 14.15, in room M233 of the Math Institute.

Program:


1

13.1.
Lauri Perkkiö, Aalto?, Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis
Electric motor simulation                                                 
2

20.1.
Alexis Fedoroff, Aalto!, Structural mechanics
The geometry of eigenanalysis with applications to structural stability
3

27.1.
Susi Lehtola, Aalto", Department of Applied Physics
Completeness-optimization of basis sets for electronic structure calculations
4

3.2.
No seminar
5

10.2.
Miika Oksman, Aalto ?, Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis
Numerical modelling of electromagnetic radiative phenomena in astrophysical parsec-scale
relativistic jets using C++11

6

24.2.
Room Y347
Antti Hannukainen, Aalto!, Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis
Pseudospectrum based GMRES convergence analysis for the Helmholtz equation
7

3.3.
Tiina Murtola, Aalto", Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis
Modelling vowel production

8

31.3. Matti Leinonen, Aalto!, Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis
Stochastic Galerkin Finite Element Method -- Why and How?
9

7.4.
Atte Aalto, Aalto?, Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis
Spatial discretization error in Kalman filtering
10

14.4.

11

28.4.


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Autumn 2013
Spring 2013
Autumn 2012
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Autumn 2011
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Spring 2009
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Spring 2007
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