Seminars

Colloquia, Seminars, and Conferences


Colloquium

Friday, October 11th, 2019 at 3pm, NS 212E
"Singular perturbations in fluid mechanics: Analysis and computations"
Dr. Gung-Min Gie
Department of Mathematics, University of Louisville

Abstract: Singular perturbations occur when a small coefficient affects the highest order derivatives in a system of partial differential equations. From the physical point of view, singular perturbations generate thin layers located near the boundary of a domain, called boundary layers, where many important physical phenomena occur. In this talk, we introduce a methodology, based on the utilization of correctors as proposed by J.-L. Lions and R. Temam, and use systematically this method of correctors to analyze the boundary layers of certain singularly perturbed fluid equations. We also discuss how to implement effective numerical schemes for slightly viscous fluid equations where the boundary layer correctors play essential roles.

Key words: fluid mechanics, partial differential equations, singular perturbations, correctors.


Colloquium Series Information

The mathematics department holds regular department colloquia.  For more information please contact:

Some Past Mathematics Department Colloquia


Seminars

The following research seminars meet reguraly in the Natural Sciences Building. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information, please contact corresponding coordinators.

Analysis Seminar

Contact: Dr. Alica Miller

Algebra & Combinatorics Seminar

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past Algebra and Combinatorics seminars

Differential Equations and Applied Math Seminar 

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Graduate Student Seminar

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Mathematical Biology Seminar

Contact: Dr. Bingtuan Li

Probability & Statistics Seminar

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Conferences

The mathematics department has hosted several mathematics conferences.  Here are links to some of the recent past conferences:

24th Cumberland Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, May 12-14, 2011

Fall Southeastern Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, October 5-6, 2013

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