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July 2018

Recent Advances in Applied and Computational Mathematics: A Workshop in Memory of Professor Peter Smereka

July 18, 2018 - July 20, 2018
48109 United States + Google Map

Peter Smereka was a leading applied mathematician who had tremendous impact on an unusually wide variety of topics in applied and computational mathematics. His work in multiphase flow and interfacial motion (e.g. the level set method) has been particularly influential and is considered among the classics of the field. Just as well known are his papers in material science, where he made many original contributions to the modeling and simulation of faceted crystal growth, epitaxial growth, and to the kinetic…

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October 2018

GROW Conference – Graduate Research Opportunities for Women

October 26, 2018 - October 28, 2018

A conference/workshop aimed at female-identified undergraduate students who may be interested in pursuing a graduate degree in mathematics. Grow Conference - website

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January 2019

Raymundo Navarette – AIM/MCAIM Seminar

January 25 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
1084 East Hall

Smereka award winner, Raymundo Navarrete from the University of Arizona will be giving a talk with a reception to follow.  More details coming soon! 

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April 2019

Ocean wave turbulence – from theory to computation

April 19 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
1084 East Hall

Abstract:   In this presentation, we seek a first-principles understanding of the stationary and invariant form of ocean wave spectrum based on wave turbulence theory, which describes the statistical property of an ensemble of waves in weakly nonlinear interactions. The starting point of the research is on capillary waves, which dominate the small-scale dynamics of ocean surface. Allowing triad resonant interactions, capillary waves represent a most fundamental system which yields a stationary wave turbulence spectrum. In theory, we reformulate the theoretical…

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Great Lakes SIAM Conference

April 27

April 27, 2019 Organizers:  Victoria Booth (vbooth@umich.edu), Selim Esedoglu (esedoglu@umich.edu), Robert Krasny (krasny@umich.edu) Additional Information: https://mcaim.math.lsa.umich.edu/events/siam-spring-meeting-2019/ SIAM Homepage: https://www.siam.org/Membership/Sections/Detail/the-great-lakes-section-of-siam-glsiam

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May 2019

IPCO (Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization) 2019

May 22 @ 8:00 am - May 24 @ 5:00 pm

The IPCO conference is under the auspices of the Mathematical Optimization Society. It is held every year, except for those in which International Symposium on Mathematical Programming takes place. The conference is a forum for researchers and practitioners working on various aspects of integer programming and combinatorial optimization. The aim to present recent developments in theory, computation, and applications in these areas.

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June 2019

Fluids, Materials, and Biology

June 13 - June 15

This workshop will be focused on three main areas: fluid-structure interactions, biolocomotion, and active matter, which are quite naturally connected but where the opportunity to interact has been somewhat limited. Researchers in all of these fields may converge at very large meetings, in particular at the American Physical Society - Division of Fluid Dynamics annual meeting and the APS March Meeting, but there are no regular small meetings so workshops are particularly valuable. We envision a broad and lively discussion…

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July 2019

Conference in Partial Differential Equations and Applications

July 9 - July 12

This conference aims at bringing together leading researchers working on the theory of partial differential equations (PDE) for lectures and informal discussions. Additional Information: https://mcaim.math.lsa.umich.edu/events/pde-conference  

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August 2019

Painlevé Equations in the Midwest

August 23 - August 24

Painlevé  equations have been studied systematically since the works of Paul Painlevé in the early 20th century, from whom they bear their name. However, their relevance came truly to the spotlight starting in the early 1990’s, when it was discovered that some models of mathematical physics could be described in terms of particular solutions to Painlevé equations. Since then, many other connections to, say number theory, nonlinear waves, statistical mechanics, mathematical physics, data science, to mention only a few, have…

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November 2019

MCAIM Meet & Greet

November 4 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
10th Floor Weiser Hall, 500 Church St
Ann Arbor, MI United States
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Meet & Greet reception hosted by MCAIM on November 4th, 2019 from 5:30-7:00 p.m.in Weiser Hall on the top (10th) floor. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be provided. We hope that you will join us to learn more about MCAIM and to meet your colleagues from various departments.  Please RSVP to math-mcaim@umich.edu ASAP. 

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