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Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, CAS
Colloquia & Seminars

Speaker:

Colin Macdonald,University of British Columbia

Inviter:  
Title:
Numerical Computation on Curved Surfaces
Time & Venue:
2019.4.17 10:30-11:30 Z301
Abstract:
Despite the appearance sometimes given in textbooks, not alldifferential equations are posed on straight lines and rectangles.This talk will introduce some techniques based on simple finite differences and interpolation for computing numerical solutions to partial differential equations posed on curved surfaces and other general domains.
One application is modelling animal coat pattern formation usingreaction-diffusion equations. We'll also look at some other examplessuch as curve evolution, bulk-surface coupling, point clouds, visualeffects, image processing, and mesh generation.
Biography:
Colin Macdonald works on numerical analysis and scientific computing.Colin completed his PhD in 2008 with Steve Ruuth (SFU), then started apostdoc with Stan Osher (UCLA), before becoming an Instructor atOxford in 2009. He returned to Canada in 2015, and is currently anassociate professor at the University of British Columbia. Colin hasa second-place Leslie Fox prize in numerical analysis from 2009 andwas the 2010 recipient of the SIAM Richard C.~DiPrima prize in appliedmathematics.
 

 

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