SPRING 2012 
May 25 
Martin Strauss

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Sublinear Time, MeasurementOptimal, Sparse Recovery
for All (4:00–5:00, related talk at 3:00–4:00)

May 18 
Stanley Osher 
University of California, Los Angeles 
Applications and Implications of Fast Methods for L_{1} Related Optimization 
May 11 
Jonathan Goodman 
New York University 
Time Stepping and Numerical Sensitivity Analysis
for SDE 
Apr 27 
Laurent Demanet 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Superresolution via Sparse Recovery: Progress and Challenges 
Apr 20 
Kyle Cranmer 
New York University

Statistical Aspects of the Search for the Higgs Boson at the Large
Hadron Collider 
Apr 13 
Konstantin Mischaikow 
Rutgers University

A Combinatorial Framework for Nonlinear Dynamics 
Apr 06 
Raymond Chan 
Chinese University of Hong Kong 
Tightframe Approach for Image Processing

Mar 30 
Ben Skrainka

University of Chicago

High Performance Quadrature Rules

WINTER 2012 
Mar 16 
Robert Skeel

Purdue University

Transition Paths of Conformational Change at Minimal Cost

Mar 09 
Philip Colella

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Models, Algorithms, and Software

Mar 02 
Jianlin Xia 
Purdue University 
Randomized Direct Solvers and their Applications 
Feb 24 
Aaron Dinner

University of Chicago

Enhanced Sampling Algorithms for Molecular Systems Far From Equilibrium 
Feb 17 
JongShi Pang

University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign

Differential Variational Inequalities: A new paradigm in the
mathematical sciences 
Feb 10 
COLLEGE BREAK 
Feb 03 
Anil Hirani 
University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign

Hodge Decomposition: Applications and Numerics 
Jan 27 
Greg Fasshauer 
Illinois Institute of Technology 
Stable Computation with Reproducing Kernels 
Jan 20 
Anna Gilbert 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Sparse Approximation and Signal Recovery: 3 Applications 
Jan 13 
Todd Munson 
Argonne National Laboratory 
The TAO LinearlyConstrained Augmented Lagrangian Method for PDEConstrained Optimization 
Jan 10 
Peter Smereka 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 
The Gaussian Wave Packet Transform (3:30–4:30 in Eckhart 206) 
Jan 06 
Jason Morton 
Pennsylvania State University 
Pfaffian Circuits 
FALL 2011 
Dec 09 
Mihai Anitescu 
Argonne National Laboratory 
Scalable Stochastic Programming for Energy Systems Control under Uncertainty 
Dec 02 
Cleve Moler 
MathWorks, Inc 
Evolution of MATLAB 
Nov 25 
THANKSGIVING 
Nov 18 
Mitch Luskin 
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
AtomistictoContinuum Coupling Methods for Solids 
Nov 10 
Scott McKinley 
University of Florida 
MotorCargo Dynamics in Microtubulebased Intracellular Transport (3:30–4:30 in Eckhart 207) 
Nov 04 
David Bindel 
Cornell University 
Communities, Spectral Clustering, and Random Walks 
Oct 28 
Benedict Leimkuhler 
University of Edinburgh 
Thermostats for Flexible Control of a Molecular Ensemble 
Oct 21 
Sayan Mukherjee 
Duke University 
Probabilistic Perspective on Topological Data Analysis 
Oct 18 
Jonathan Mattingly 
Duke University 
A Menagerie of Stochastic Stabilization (3:00–4:00 in Eckhart 207) 
Oct 14 
Eric VandenEijnden 
New York University 
Modeling and Simulation of Reactive Events 
Oct 07 
David Gleich 
Purdue University 
Fast Pairwise and Columnwise Matrix Computations for Katz Scores and
Commute Times 
Sep 30 
Alexander Tartakovsky 
University of Southern California 
Adaptive Spatiotemporal Image Processing Techniques and Applications to Remote Sensing 