This CCM seminar takes place on Tuesdays 10am, in the 3rd floor classroom at 162 Fifth Avenue. This year (2023) we have various formats including: invited external speakers giving research seminars, internal tutorial/educational lectures, and redux or reviews of conference talks. The target is a 55 minute accessible talk aimed at a research (ie graduate level) audience in numerical analysis and scientific computing in a math, applied math, or CS dept. There may be 10 mins of Q&A after the talk. Topics center on those of interest to the scientific computing research staff/postdocs at CCM, including: approximation, quadrature, numerical PDEs, modeling, applied mathematics, integral equations, spectral methods, fast algorithms and transforms, numerical analysis, high-performance computing, data analysis, signal processing, and software libraries.

Organization notes:

  • Please use this master doc to book speakers. Anyone can invite and book a speaker. If you do so, you are the "host" and it's your job to insure the speaker hotel and talk advertizing occurs.

Of historical interest:

  • here old master schedule doc here

  • This seminar used to be called variously Numerical Analysis from 2017-2018, CCM Seminar 2019-2020; see its former website,
    and also subsumes the SCDG (formerly SCSC) organized at the google doc here.