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IMA Annual Program workshops and tutorials |

AP Workshop: User-Centered ModelingMay 07-11, 2012 |

AP Workshop: Machine Learning: Theory and ComputationMarch 26-30, 2012 |

AP Workshop: Network Links: Connecting Social, Communication, and Biological Network AnalysisFebruary 27-March 02, 2012 |

AP Workshop: Group Testing Designs, Algorithms, and Applications to BiologyFebruary 13-17, 2012 |

AP Workshop: Large Data Sets in Medical InformaticsNovember 14-18, 2011 |

AP Workshop: High Dimensional PhenomenaSeptember 26-30, 2011 |

AP Workshop: Large-scale Inverse Problems and Quantification of UncertaintyJune 06-10, 2011 |

AP Workshop: Societally Relevant ComputingApril 11-15, 2011 |

AP Workshop: Computing in Image Processing, Computer Graphics, Virtual Surgery, and SportsMarch 07-11, 2011 |

Tutorial: Computing and Image Processing with Data Related to Humans and Human ActivitiesMarch 05-06, 2011 |

AP Workshop: High Performance Computing and Emerging ArchitecturesJanuary 10-14, 2011 |

Tutorial: Scientific Computing Using Graphics ProcessorsJanuary 09, 2011 |

AP Workshop: Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential Equations: Novel Discretization TechniquesNovember 01-05, 2010 |

AP Workshop: Computing with Uncertainty: Mathematical Modeling, Numerical Approximation and Large Scale Optimization of Complex Systems with UncertaintyOctober 18-22, 2010 |

Tutorial: Computing with UncertaintyOctober 16-17, 2010 |

AP Workshop: Natural Locomotion in Fluids and on Surfaces: Swimming, Flying, and SlidingJune 01-05, 2010 |

Introduction to locomotion at low and intermediate Reynolds numbers, Stephen Childress (New York University) |

From individual to collective swimming dynamics of bacillus subtilis, Luis H. Cisneros (University of Arizona) |

Subtleties in nature’s simplest form of locomotion: jet propulsion in squids and scallops, Mark Denny (Stanford University) |

Idealized modeling of planar fishlike swimming for motion control, Scott David Kelly (University of North Carolina - Charlotte) |

Symmetry-breaking in small-scale locomotion: Synchronization and efficiency optimization, Eric Lauga (University of California, San Diego) |

Poster Sound Bites, Kenny Breuer (Brown University), Gordon Joseph Berman (Princeton University), Randy H. Ewoldt (University of Minnesota), Hermes Gadêlha (University of Oxfor), Jifeng Hu (University of Minnesota), Pieter Jan Antoon Janssen (University of Wisconsin)), Arshad Kudrolli (Clark University), Amy Lang (University of Alabama), Ronald G. Larson (University of Michigan), Enkeleida Lushi (New York University), Hassan Masoud (Georgia Institute of Technology), Hoa Nguyen (Tulane University), Clara O'Farrell (California Institute of Technology), Sarah Olson (Tulane University) |

Tradeoffs between swimming and feeding: The curious case of the upside down jellyfish, Laura Ann Miller (University of North Carolina) |

How flying insects keep stable, up-right, and on-course, Leif Gibbens Ristroph (Cornell University) |

Introduction to insect flight, Jane Wang (Cornell University) |

Algorithms for nonlinear analysis, optimization, and control of locomotion, Russ Tedrake (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) |

Using vortices for locomotion, John O. Dabiri (California Institute of Technology) |

Numerical simulations of a free squirmer in a viscoelastic fluid, Luca Brandt (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)) |

Low-Reynolds-number swimming near walls and free surfaces, Darren G. Crowdy (Imperial College London) |

Paramecium swimming near a wall, Sunghwan (Sunny) Jung (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) |

Effects of ambient water flow on locomotion, Mimi Koehl (University of California, Berkeley) |

Poster Sound Bites, Acmae El Yacoubi (Cornell University), Susan S. Suarez (Cornell University), Yizhar Or (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology), Neelesh A. Patankar (Northwestern University), Jifeng Peng (University of Alaska), Henry Shum (University of Oxford), Saverio Eric Spagnolie (University of California, San Diego), Wanda Strychalski (University of California, Davis), Sheng Xu (Southern Methodist University), Daniel See-Wai Tam (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Zhi (George) Lin (University of Minnesota), Jeannette Yen (Georgia Institute of Technology), Daniel Ivan Goldman (Georgia Institute of Technology) |

Emergence of coherent structures and large-scale flows in biologically active suspensions, David Saintillan (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) |

Introduction to fish locomotion, William W. Schultz (University of Michigan) |

A unified framework for inviscid and viscous simulations of biolocomotion, Jeff D. Eldredge (University of California, Los Angeles) |

Experimental studies to reveal the boundary layer control mechanisms of shark skin, Amy Lang (University of Alabama) |

Leading-edge vortices elevate lift of autorotating plant seeds, David Lentink (Wageningen University and Research Center) |

Optimal coordinate choice for locomoting systems, Howie Choset (Carnegie Mellon University) |

The wet-dog shake, David Hu (Georgia Institute of Technology) |

Aspects of human sperm motility: Observation and theory, Eamonn Andrew Gaffney (University of Oxford) |

Controllability by the shape of a low Reynolds number swimmer, Marius Tucsnak (Université de Nancy I (Henri Poincaré)) |

Lamprey locomotion: An integrative muscle mechanics - fluid dynamics model, Lisa J. Fauci (Tulane University) |

The balance between drag and thrust in undulatory propulsion and implications on balistiform and gymnotiform locomotion, Neelesh A. Patankar (Northwestern University) |

Unsolved problems in the locomotion of mammalian sperm, Susan S. Suarez (Cornell University) |

Snakes crawling and worms pushing on surfaces, Michael J. Shelley (New York University) |

Performance of ray fins in fish locomotion, Qiang Zhu (University of California, San Diego) |

Swimming and flapping in vortex wakes, Silas Alben (Georgia Institute of Technology) |

Winged aquatic locomotion for high energetic efficiency through vortex control, Frank E. Fish (West Chester University) |

Experiments and models reveal principles of locomotion of the sand-swimming sandfish lizard, Daniel Ivan Goldman (Georgia Institute of Technology) |

Stability of active suspensions, Christel Hohenegger (New York University) |

Passive locomotion in unsteady flows, Eva Kanso (University of Southern California) |

Jet propulsion without inertia, Saverio Eric Spagnolie (University of California, San Diego) |

AP Workshop: Transport and Mixing in Complex and Turbulent FlowsApril 12-16, 2010 |

Tutorial: Transport and Mixing in Complex and Turbulent FlowsApril 11, 2010 |

Tutorial: Tutorial on Analysis and Computation of Incompressible Fluid FlowFebruary 21, 2010 |

IMA Hot Topics workshops and special events |

Special Workshop: Workshop for Women in Analysis and PDEMay 30-June 02, 2012 |

Hot Topics Workshop: The Mathematics of the New Financial SystemsMay 17-19, 2012 |

Special Workshop: Second Abel Conference: A Celebration of John MilnorJanuary 30-February 01, 2012 |

Special Workshop: Macaulay2July 25-29, 2011 |

Hot Topics Workshop: Uncertainty Quantification in Industrial and Energy Applications: Experiences and ChallengesJune 02-04, 2011 |

Hot Topics Workshop: Strain Induced Shape Formation: Analysis, Geometry and Materials ScienceMay 16-20, 2011 |

Special Workshop: First Abel Conference A Mathematical Celebration of John TateJanuary 03-05, 2011 |

Special Workshop: Kickoff Workshop for Project MOSAICJune 30-July 02, 2010 |

Special Workshop: Physical Knotting and Linking and its ApplicationsApril 09, 2010 |

Special Workshop: Career Options for Underrepresented Groups in Mathematical SciencesMarch 25-27, 2010 |

IMA Seminars on Industrial Problems |

Industrial Problems Seminar: Sathiya Keerthi: Large scale information extraction from the webFebruary 11, 2011 |

Industrial Problems Seminar: Genetha Anne Gray - Identifying and quantifying uncertainty in computational modelsMay 07, 2010 |

Industrial Problems Seminar: Anthony Jose Kearsley - Optimal chemical spectroscopyApril 30, 2010 |

Industrial Problems Seminar: Bonita Saunders - Applying numerical grid generation to the visualization of complex function dataApril 09, 2010 |

IMA Postdoc Seminars |

IMA New Directions short courses |

Lecture 1 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 1 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 2 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 1 - Automatic differentiation methods in computational dynamical systems: invariant manifolds and normal forms |

Lecture 3 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 2 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 3 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Ensemble Dynamics and Bred Vectors |

Lecture 1 -Computation of limit cycles and their isochrons: Applications to biology |

Lecture 4 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 4 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 5 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 6 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 5 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 6 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 7 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 2 - Automatic differentiation methods in computational dynamical systems: invariant manifolds and normal forms |

Lecture 7 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 8 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 8 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 2 - Computation of limit cycles and their isochrons: Applications to biology |

Lecture 3 - Automatic differentiation methods in computational dynamical systems: invariant manifolds and normal forms |

Lecture 9 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 9 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 3 - Numerical implementation of computations of invariant tori in Hamiltonian systems |

Lecture 1 - Space Mission Design with Dynamical Systems Theory |

Lecture 2 - Space Mission Design with Dynamical Systems Theory |

Exchange lemmas |

Loss of normal hyperbolicity |

Lyapunov exponents, periodic orbits, and horseshoes for semiflows on Hilbert space |

Small solutions of nonlinear Schrodinger equations near first excited states |

Conditional Stability Theorems for Special Solutions of Nonlinear PDEs |

Stable and unstable manifolds for bisemigroups |

Generalized cyclic feedback system for the biomedical interaction network |

Numerical Fourier analysis of quasi-periodic functions |

Differential equations with multiple lags |

Numerical study of regularity of functions related to critical objects |

Breakup of an invariant circle in a noninvertible map of the plane |

Some observations from computations of the Kohn-M\"{u}ller model |

Central Configurations of the N-body problem. |

Monge-Kantorovich optimal transport problem |

Energy and emissions markets, and the existing cap-and-trade schemes |

Simulations of realistic EU ETS models joint work with U. Cetin & P. Barrieu (London School of Economics) |

Strictly convex transportation costs |

Discrete time competitive equilibrium models for cap-and-trade schemes and the carbon tax |

Implementation of a simple model: first example |

The case cost=distance |

Mathematical models for allocation mechanisms and cost distribution |

Implementation of a simple model: second example |

Economic applications of optimal transport |

Discrete time competitive equilibrium models for cap-and-trade schemes and the clean development mechanism |

Non-constant discount rates, time inconsistency, and the golden rule |

Congested transport |

Stochastic optimization and first continuous time models of cap-and-trade schemes |

The Merton problem with hyperbolic discounting |

Binary martingales and option pricing: 1) Reduced form models; 2) Perturbation methods |

Stochastic target problems and viscosity solutions |

Martingale representation theorem for the G-expectation |

Second order stochastic target problems |

Singular BSDEs appearing in cap-and-trade models |

Strict local martingale deflators and pricing American call-type options |

Dynamic oligopolies and differential games. I |

Backward stochastic differential equations and connection with semilinear PDEs |

Game theory, Nash equilibrium, and electricity prices with strategic market players |

Evaluating regulatory strategies for emmision abatement - An engineering approach |

Optimal switching problems and applications in energy finance |

Second order backward stochastic differential equations and connection with fully nonlinear PDEs |

Stochastic games: Pontryagin maximum principle and the Isaacs conditions |

Dynamic oligopolies and differential games. II |

Numerical methods for BSDEs and applications |

Examples of linear-quadratic stochastic games in environmental finance |

New Directions Short Course: Invariant Objects in Dynamical Systems and their ApplicationsJune 20-July 01, 2011 |

Lecture 1 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 1 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 2 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 1 - Automatic differentiation methods in computational dynamical systems: invariant manifolds and normal forms |

Lecture 3 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 2 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 3 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Ensemble Dynamics and Bred Vectors |

Lecture 1 -Computation of limit cycles and their isochrons: Applications to biology |

Lecture 4 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 4 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 5 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 6 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 5 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 6 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 7 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 2 - Automatic differentiation methods in computational dynamical systems: invariant manifolds and normal forms |

Lecture 7 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 8 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 8 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 2 - Computation of limit cycles and their isochrons: Applications to biology |

Lecture 3 - Automatic differentiation methods in computational dynamical systems: invariant manifolds and normal forms |

Lecture 9 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics |

Lecture 9 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications |

Lecture 3 - Numerical implementation of computations of invariant tori in Hamiltonian systems |

Lecture 1 - Space Mission Design with Dynamical Systems Theory |

Lecture 2 - Space Mission Design with Dynamical Systems Theory |

Exchange lemmas |

Loss of normal hyperbolicity |

Lyapunov exponents, periodic orbits, and horseshoes for semiflows on Hilbert space |

Small solutions of nonlinear Schrodinger equations near first excited states |

Conditional Stability Theorems for Special Solutions of Nonlinear PDEs |

Stable and unstable manifolds for bisemigroups |

Generalized cyclic feedback system for the biomedical interaction network |

Numerical Fourier analysis of quasi-periodic functions |

Differential equations with multiple lags |

Numerical study of regularity of functions related to critical objects |

Breakup of an invariant circle in a noninvertible map of the plane |

Some observations from computations of the Kohn-M\"{u}ller model |

Central Configurations of the N-body problem. |

New Directions Short Course: New Mathematical Models in Economics and FinanceJune 07-18, 2010 |

Monge-Kantorovich optimal transport problem |

Energy and emissions markets, and the existing cap-and-trade schemes |

Simulations of realistic EU ETS models joint work with U. Cetin & P. Barrieu (London School of Economics) |

Strictly convex transportation costs |

Discrete time competitive equilibrium models for cap-and-trade schemes and the carbon tax |

Implementation of a simple model: first example |

The case cost=distance |

Mathematical models for allocation mechanisms and cost distribution |

Implementation of a simple model: second example |

Economic applications of optimal transport |

Discrete time competitive equilibrium models for cap-and-trade schemes and the clean development mechanism |

Non-constant discount rates, time inconsistency, and the golden rule |

Congested transport |

Stochastic optimization and first continuous time models of cap-and-trade schemes |

The Merton problem with hyperbolic discounting |

Binary martingales and option pricing: 1) Reduced form models; 2) Perturbation methods |

Stochastic target problems and viscosity solutions |

Martingale representation theorem for the G-expectation |

Second order stochastic target problems |

Singular BSDEs appearing in cap-and-trade models |

Strict local martingale deflators and pricing American call-type options |

Dynamic oligopolies and differential games. I |

Backward stochastic differential equations and connection with semilinear PDEs |

Game theory, Nash equilibrium, and electricity prices with strategic market players |

Evaluating regulatory strategies for emmision abatement - An engineering approach |

Optimal switching problems and applications in energy finance |

Second order backward stochastic differential equations and connection with fully nonlinear PDEs |

Stochastic games: Pontryagin maximum principle and the Isaacs conditions |

Dynamic oligopolies and differential games. II |

Numerical methods for BSDEs and applications |

Examples of linear-quadratic stochastic games in environmental finance |

IMA Mathematical Modeling in Industry |

IMA Topics Courses |

Finite Element Exterior Calculus Course I Douglas N. Arnold (School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota) |

Finite Element Exterior Calculus Course II Douglas N. Arnold (School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota) |

Finite Element Exterior Calculus Course III Douglas N. Arnold (School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota) |

Finite Element Exterior Calculus Course IV |

Finite Element Exterior Calculus Course V Douglas N. Arnold (School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota) |

Finite Element Exterior Calculus Course VI Douglas N. Arnold (School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota) |

Finite Element Exterior Calculus Course VII Douglas N. Arnold (School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota) |

Finite Element Exterior Calculus Course VIII Douglas N. Arnold (School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota) |