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Computer Science and Mathematics Division
Invited Speakers

The Computer Science and Mathematics Division invites speakers from around the world to discuss and share information about their research.

Talk Title
February 5, 2010 James A. Sethian University of California, Berkeley Advances in Advancing Interfaces: Efficient Algorithms for Inkjet Plotters, Coating Rollers, Semiconductors, and Medical Scanners
May 14, 2009 Jungho Lee New York University A Hybrid Domain Decomposition Method Based on One-Level FETI and BDDC Algorithms and its Applications to Contact Problems
May 12, 2009 Beth A. Wingate Los Alamos National Laboratory Separation of Time Scales at high latitudes in rotating and stratified Flows
April 17, 2009 Bill Michener University of New Mexico DataONE: Enabling Data-Intensive Biological and Environmental Research through Cyberinfrastructure
March 10, 2009 Andreas Dedner University of Freiburg hp Adaptive Stabilization of the Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Evolution Equations
March 9, 2009 Michael Wolf University of Illinois Optimizing Matrix-Vector Multiplication with Combinatorial Techniques
March 5, 2009 Christine Morin l'Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique XtreemOS Technology and the Emerging Cloud Computing Era
February 27, 2009 Christopher Baker Sandia National Laboratories Riemannian Optimization and Applications to Numerical Linear Algebra
February 26, 2009 Yi Sun New York University Network Dynamics of Hodgkin-Huxley Neurons
February 24, 2009 Cory Hauck Los Alamos National Laboratory Model Reduction and Asymptotic Preserving Numerical Methods for Kinetic Transport Equations
February 23, 2009 Jin Xu Argonne National Laboratory Scientific Computing with High Order Methods
February 20, 2009 Xinfeng Liu University of California, Irvine Computational Studies for Turbulent Mixing and Cell Signaling
February 20, 2009 Yong Chen Illinois Institute of Technology A Hybrid Data Prefetching Architecture for Data-Access Efficiency
February 19, 2009 George Biros Georgia Institute of Technology Parallel Algorithms for Boundary Value Problems
February 18, 2009 Mike Kirby Colorado State University Opportunities for Extreme Data Analysis
February 17, 2009 Bradley Settlemyer Clemson University A Study of Client-Based Caching for Parallel I/O
February 16, 2009 Daniel Hagimont Polytechnic National Institute of Toulouse Component-Based Autonomic Management for Legacy Software
February 12, 2009 Yulong Xing New York University New Efficient Sparse Space-Time Algorithms in Numerical Weather Prediction
January 20, 2009 Gilles Muller Ecole des Mines de Nantes Documenting and Automating Collateral Evolutions in Linux Device Drivers
January 14, 2009 Tim P. Schulze UT-Knoxville Enhanced Kinetic Monte Carlo
January 13, 2009 Oscar Hernandez University of Houston Compiler Support for Performance Tuning and Tools Integration
January 7, 2009 Frank Mueller North Carolina State University ScalaTrace: Scalable Compression and Timed Replay of Communication Traces

Please contact Daniel Pack if there is a speaker you would like added to the list.