COVID-19 update: Seminars will take place remotely via zoom in the Fall of 2020, Thursdays 12:30-1:30pm starting September 10th. A link to the zoom meeting will be sent by email before each talk. This Fall 2020 we will focus a bit more on events that increase interactions among the group, and help us feel connected and continue our goal of integrating all levels of research in modeling and simulation from undergrad to faculty.
 
As part of our new NSF research training group (RTG) in Modeling & Simulation, we will be organizing a lunchtime group meeting (the MSG lunch) aimed at graduate students, postdocs, and faculty working in applied mathematics who do modeling & simulation. The goal is to create a space to discuss applied mathematics research in an informal setting: to (a) give current graduate students and postdocs a chance to present their research (or a topic of common interest) and get feedback from the group, (b) learn about other ongoing and future research activities in applied math at the Institute, and (c) discuss important open problems and research challenges. 
 
The meetings will be (most) Thursdays from 12:30-2:00, via zoom.
 
To sign up for the MSG lunch mailing list, please go to this link: https://groups.google.com/a/nyu.edu/forum/#!forum/modelingandsimulation. You must then sign into your account that you use for google groups (either your nyu.edu account, or a google account), if you have not done so already. Then, click "Apply for Membership."
 
Graduate students who wish to get credit for this can register for a 1.5 credit course MATH-GA.2420-001 each semester. Students enrolled in the course will be required to attend regularly and participate in discussions, as well as present at least once during the academic year.
 
For Spring 2019, we read and presented classic papers in applied math and physics. Our evolving list is here:
 

 

Past Events

  • Thursday, May 10, 2018
    12PM, Location TBA
    Optimal experimental design for inverse problems under uncertainty
    Karina Koval
  • Thursday, May 3, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    Simple computational methods for inertial microfluidic device design
    Marcus Roper (UCLA)
  • Thursday, April 26, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    Industrial math problems; modeling membrane filtration; and the influence of internal membrane pore structure
    Linda Cummings, NJIT
  • Thursday, April 19, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    Should we worry about asteroid-generated tsunamis?
    Marsha Berger
  • Thursday, April 12, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    How complicated is Brownian motion in liquids?
    Aleksandar Donev (CIMS)
  • Thursday, April 5, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    Modeling the relative diffusion of DNA-coated colloids
    Miranda Holmes-Cerfon
  • Thursday, March 29, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    The Immersed Boundary Method for Fluid-Structure Interaction
    Charles Peskin
  • Thursday, March 22, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    How to make nanofibres with a fridge magnet and a hairbrush
    Ian Griffiths (Oxford)
  • Thursday, March 8, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    How to simulate the dynamics of drops?”
    Anna-Karin Tornberg (KTH)
  • Thursday, March 1, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    Benedict Leimkuhler (U. Edinburgh)
    Adaptive stochastic algorithms for particle systems in and out of equilibrium
  • Thursday, February 22, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    Jinzi Mac Huang
    A stochastic variational inequality (SVI) approach modeling free boundary dynamics on turbulent thermal convection
  • Thursday, February 15, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    Denis Silantyev
    Computing Stokes waves with high precision
  • Thursday, February 8, 2018
    12:30PM, Location TBA
    Nick Moore (Florida State University) -- AML seminar talk
  • Thursday, February 1, 2018
    12:15PM, Location TBA
    Organizational meeting -- all are welcome!