Organizer: Andrea Dziubek, Edmond Rusjan, Wenfeng Chen, Zora Thomova

Schedule [pdf]

Hotel Utica [link] (Geometry & Symmetry)

Talks: Student Center Theatre, Lab: C012, Discussions: Libary Lanigan Room [campus map]

Confirmed Participants

- Andrea Dziubek,
SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Mathematics and Physics

Continuum Mechanics, Structure Preserving Discretization Methods, Finite Elements, Modeling in Opthalmology. - Anil Hirani,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL, Mathematics

Intersection of numerical partial differential equations with geometry and topology. - Arzhang Angoshtari,
Georgia Institute of Technology, GA, Civil Engineering

Theoretical & computational mechanics, Finite element exterior calculus, nonlinear elasticity, lattice theories of solids & ferroelectrics - Carlo Cafaro,
SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Mathematics and Physics

Applied mathematics, Theoretical Physics, Information geometry. - Cristina Stoica,
Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, Mathematics

Dynamics of Lagrangian, Hamiltonian and Poisson systems; symmetry and reduction, bifurcation and stability. - Edmond Rusjan,
SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Mathematics and Physics

Mathematical Physics. Partial differential equations, integral equations, mathematical modeling. -
Francis Valiquette,
State University of New York at New Paltz, Mathematics

Symmetries in mathematics and physics. Lie pseudo-groups, Moving Frames, Equivalence Problems, Differential Equations, Finite Difference Equations, Geometric Flows, Variational Bicomplex. - Holger Heumann,
INRIA, EPI CASTOR, Nice, France, Mathematics

Computational methods for simulation of plasmas in tokamaks, nuclear fusion, magnetohydrodynamics. Discrete Lie derivatives, advection of differential forms, finite element exterior calculus. -
Kaushik Kalyanaraman,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Computer Science, Scientific Computing

Computational realizations and solutions of problems in analysis, geometry and topology using tools of scientific and high performance computing. Structure preserving solutions of partial differential equations. - Mamdouh Mohamed,
KAUST, Saudi Arabia, Fluid and Plasma Simulation Lab

Differential Geometry, Discrete Exterior Calculus, Computational Mechanics, Discrete Dislocation Dynamics, Molecular Dynamics, Numerical Methods. - Michael Karow,
University of Technology Berlin, Germany, Mathematics

Control theory, Numerical and Applied Linear Algebra. - Robert Lowry, Suffolk County Community College, NY, Mathematics

Global analysis and geometric mechanics with applications to mathematical physics. - Tanya Schmah,
University of Ottawa, Canada, Mathematics,

Geometric mechanics, modern differential geometry, massively multivariate stochastic models of medical images and other "wide" data sets. -
Tural Sadigov,
SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Mathematics and Physics

Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems (damped, driven, dispersive), Nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NLS), Determining Forms and Determining Functionals - Wenfeng Chen,
SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Mathematics and Physics

Topological Quantum Field Theory, Application of Quantum Field Theory in Physics and Differential Geometry. - Werner Bauer, LMD - Ecole Normale Superieure de Paris, France, Mathematics

Geophysical fluid dynamics and their structure-preserving discretization. Geometric variational integrators in continuum mechanics. - Zora Thomova,
SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Mathematics and Physics

Mathematical Physics, especially Integrable Systems and Symmetries in Physics. Symmetries and integrability of differential and difference equations. Classification of subalgebras of Lie algebras. - Daniel Yaciuk (SUNY Poly Utica, Math Major), Misha Yermakov (Suny Poly Albany) and other students.