Computational Science and Engineering (CSE)
Seminar Spring 2017

This seminar brings together researchers who share a common interest in the use of computational techniques in all disciplines, including the development and application of numerical analysis, data analysis, computer modeling and related techniques.

Seminars will be held in the new CS building downtown, CCP 352 Thursdays at 1:30. Please contact Jodi Mead ( if you have any questions or would like to participate.
Jan 12
Sergey Voronin
Tufts University
Topics in big matrices, regularization, and inverse problems
Jan 19
Jodi Mead
Boise State
The role of statistics in inverse methods
Jan 26
Julia Dshemuchadse
U. Michigan
Complex crystal structures from computational self-assembly
Feb 2
Eric Hayden
Boise State
Experimental evolution and real fitness landscapes
Feb 9
Talin Mirzakhanian
Boise State
Runge-Kutta-Chebyshev Time Stepping for Parabolic Equations
Feb 16
James Ford
Boise State
An analysis of the simultaneous joint inversion of compact operators
Feb 23
David Ketcheson
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Dispersive effects for nonlinear waves in periodic media
March 2
Mojtaba Sadegh
Boise State
Uncertainty Quantification of Hydrologic Models using Approximate Bayesian Computation (ABC)
March 9
Jaechoul Lee
Boise State
An Efficient GLS Algorithm for Periodic Regression with Autoregressive Errors
March 16
Nick Trefethen
Cubature, Approximation, and Isotropy in the Hypercube
** New time and place: 3:00 ILC 402 **
March 23
Spring Break
March 30
Robert Taniguchi
Boise State
Data Analysis of an Alternative Potato Sprout Inhibitor
April 6
Vicken Hillis
Boise State
Adoption as a social marker: Innovation diffusion with outgroup aversion
April 13
Ronaldo Borja
Stanford University
Computational poromechanics at multiple scales: Fluid flow, solid deformation, and anisotropic thermoplasticity
April 20
Diego Domenzain
Boise State
Imaging by joint inversion of electromagnetic waves and DC currents
April 27
Yicheng Tu
U. South Florida
Algorithms and Framework for Computing 2-body Statistics on GPUs

Other Boise State seminars

Algebra, Geometry and Cryptology
Biological Sciences
Biomolecular Sciences
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
Set Theory

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