LANS Informal Seminar Talks Network

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LANS informal seminar talks provide an informal forum for the discussion of topics related to applied mathematics, scientific computing, and numerical analysis. Talks are usually held Wednesdays at 10:30am in Rooms 1404 & 1405 of the Conference Center in Building 240 (unless indicated otherwise). Please see the helpful hints for speakers.


Next Seminar:

DATE: February 28, 2018
"The Toolkit for Advanced Optimization: Past, Present, and Future"
SPEAKER: Todd Munson, MCS Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Computational Scientist
TIME: 10:30:00 - 11:30:00

LOCATION: Bldg. 240, 4301, Argonne National Laboratory

[more info]


 

Upcoming Seminars:

 

bullet March 7, 2018, "4D X-ray Imaging and Computational Modeling of Lattice Dynamics at the Nanoscale" Mathew Cherukara , Postdoctoral Associate (XSD), [more info]

bullet March 12, 2018, "Cherry-Picking Control Nodes and Sensors in Dynamic Networks: Mixed-Integer Programming Formulations, Heuristics, Applications, and Challenges" Ahmad Taha, Assistant Professor, Univ. of Texas at San Antonio, [more info]

bullet March 21, 2018, "Cardinality-Constrained Sparse Inverse Covariance Estimation: An Algorithm and an Application to Anomaly Localization" Matt Menickelly, Postdoctoral Appointee, MCS Division, [more info]


 

Please send questions or suggestions to Jeffrey Larson: jmlarson at anl dot gov.