MATH 290J/2 APPLIED MATHEMATICS
Week 1 (April 7): organizational meeting
Week 2 (April 14): Jason Chung, PCA
Week 3 (April 21): Adam Cone, modeling of epitaxial growth and island dynamics
Week 4 (April 28): Yana Landa, variational models for image dejittering
Week 5 (May 5):
Week 6 (May 12):
Week 7 (May 19):
Week 8 (May 26 needs to re-schedule):
Week 9 (June 2):
Week 10 (June 9):
Week 11 (June 16):
Seminar 2: Current Literature in Applied Mathematics
Instructor: Luminita Vese
Office: MS 7620-D.
In this weekly seminar, graduate students read and present papers from current literature
in applied mathematics.
Topics are (but not limited to): variational models (energy minimization),
non-linear partial differential equations (elliptic and parabolic), functions of bounded variation, inverse problems,
image analysis (including medical imaging), free boundary problems,
curve evolution. Additional topics such as wavelets and Besov spaces, statistical methods and stochastic differential equations could be discussed as well.
Meeting time and location: Thursday 4-5pm, MS 7629 (enter by MS 7619)
Graduate Students Participants in the Spring Quarter:
Adam Cone, Yana Landa, Jason Chung, Triet Le,
Linh Lieu, Jeremy Brandman, Lin He, Jinjun Xu,
Nicolay Tanushev, Igor Yanovskiy, Ernie Esser, and Zhenkuan Pan, Visiting scholar.
Each enrolled student giving 2h presentation will receive credit.
Interested students should contact Luminita Vese.
Schedule this quarter: