photon diffusion in the brain (A. Barnett) | The ACMS brings together researchers across the Dartmouth campus who share common interests in the real-world applications of mathematical models (both continuous and discrete), and tools to tackle the resulting numerical simulation and computation challenges. Talks, enjoyed in a casual setting, include both outside speakers, and locals (for whom it is a chance to reach outside one's own department). The topics and audience will broadly cover the physical, neuro-, life, computational sciences, mathematics, medicine, engineering, etc; hence these talks will keep the breadth of the audience in mind. We also have a focus on numerical PDE and acoustics/optics coming from the Barnett group; complex systems from the Rockmore/Pauls group, etc; these talks might be more geared to their respective audiences. |
block unstacking algorithms (D. Balkcom) |
Questions? Want to speak? Want to invite someone? Organizers Alex Barnett, Adrianna Gillman, Min Hyung Cho and Olivia Prosper welcome your input and energy. We are located in the glorious Kemeny Hall mathematics building; see maps and travel info. Starting in 2012 we will receive some funding from the Neukom Institute for Computational Science.
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