Department of Mathematics

University of Utah

Applied Math/Numerical Analysis Seminar

3:05-4:05pm Mondays, LCB 215

This is a joint seminar in applied mathematics and numerical analysis. Examples of topics that are discussed include material science, fluid dynamics, nonlinear analysis, mathematical finance, approximation theory, fast algorithms, numerical simulation of PDEs, and numerical linear algebra.

The seminar is currently being organized by Grady Wright. Past organizers include Jingyi Zhu, Mark Lewis, David Eyre, Andrej Cherkaev, Klaus Schmitt, Grant Gustafson, Richard McLaughlin, Graeme Milton, Sasha Balk, and Ken Golden.

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If you are interested in speaking for the seminar, please contact Grady Wright: (801) 581-8649,

Click here for past seminars from Fall 1995 to Spring 2005

Fall 2005 Lectures

September 26: Roger A. Horn
Canonical Forms for Congruence and *Congruence of Complex Matrices

November 11: Gene H. Golub (Stanford University)
Special Date/Time/Room: Friday, November 11 / 10:40am / JTB 130
Matrices, moments and quadrature with applications

Click here for the earlier Lectures