New books for SMU holiday-roundup

Faculty, staff, students and alumni: Did you publish a general-interest book in 2016? SMU News is seeking information on your publications for possible inclusion in its end-of-year holiday book list. Please complete the brief web form at www.smu.edu/news/books to submit your book information, and send a high-resolution electronic cover image to smubooks@mail.smu.edu. Please include in the web form a web address where News and Communications can find more information. Questions? Contact the book list editor Cherri Gann at cgann@smu.edu or 214-768-7657. The deadline is Friday, Dec. 9, 2016.  

Event 12/7: A DG approach to poroelasticity, with applications to edema formation in tissue

Event Date: December 7, 2016 Location: Clements Hall 126 Time: 3:30--4:30 (Refreshments are served 15 minutes before the talk)   Mathematics Colloquium Talk by Travis Thompson (Rice University) Link for more information: https://wiki.smu.edu/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=108036103 Contact: A. J. Meir at  ajmeir@smu.edu

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Event: Nov. 30. A Cubic Scaling Algorithm For Excited States Calculations In pp-RPA

Event Date: November 30, 2016 Location: Clements Hall 126 Time: 3:30--4:30 (Refreshments are served 15 minutes before the talk) Mathematics Colloquium Talk by Haizhao Yang (Duke University) Link for more information: https://wiki.smu.edu/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=104268135  

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Join “A Gathering For Dignity” Friday (11/11) 1 p.m. at the Flagpole

Read the Latest Inside Dedman College, Fall 2016 Newsletter

Vol. 2 Features: Dean's Message The Slope of Success Dedman College Scholars: Building on Success In and Out of the Classroom Part One: Helping Exceptional Students Find Their Way Part Two: A Lasting Impact Part Three: Preparing for the Future Student Feature A Tower Scholar’s Life in Uganda Faculty Features Grappling with Culture and Citizenship: Dr. Hervé Tchumkam Explores French Identity Sharing Ideas Across Oceans: Department of Chemistry to Host International Exchange Bringing the Past into Context: Dr. Jo Guldi and the Digital Humanities Science at an Unprecedented Scale World Changers Major in World Languages Alumni Feature ‘My Passion, My Philanthropy:’ Lauren Embrey on Giving Bold and ‘Now’ What's New Biophysics: New Major on the Hilltop

Pathway-specific coding of actions and outcomes in the basal ganglia

Event Date: November 9, 2016 Location: Clements Hall 126 Time: 3:30--4:30 (Refreshments are served 15 minutes before the talk) Mathematics Colloquium Talk by Christopher Donahue (Postdoctoral Scholar, The Gladstone Institutes, University of California San Francisco). Link for more information: https://wiki.smu.edu/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=104267907 or contact: A. J. Meir

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SMU to host early voting Oct. 31, Nov. 1

SMU News Originally Posted: October 26, 2016 DALLAS (SMU) – Early voting for Dallas County residents will be available on the SMU campus Oct. 31 and Nov. 1.  The polling place at the Hughes-Trigg Student Center, 3140 Dyer St., will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. both days, and free parking will be available in the Binkley and Moody parking garages to accommodate early voters. “It can be hard for students living on campus to find the time and transportation to get to off-campus polling places on election day, so we’re very pleased the Dallas County Commissioners chose to locate an early-voting site at SMU,” said Brad Cheves, SMU vice president for development and external affairs.  “This encourages our students to participate in [...]

Numerical analysis of the Galerkin and weak Galerkin method for the Helmholtz equation with high wave number

Event date: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 Location: Clements Hall 126 Time: 3:30--4:30pm Featured Speaker: Dr. Zhimin Zhang, Department of Mathematics, Wayne State University and the Beijing Center for Computational Science Abstract: We study convergence property of the weak Galerkin method of fixed degree p and supercovergence property of the linear finite element method for the Helmholtz problem with large wave number. Using a modified duality argument, we improve the existing error estimates of the WG method, in particular, the error estimates with explicit dependence on the wave number k are derived, it is shown that if k(kh)p+1 is sufficiently small, then the pollution error in the energy norm is bounded by O(k(kh)2p), which coincides with the phase error of the finite element method obtained by existent dispersion analyses. [...]

By | October 24th, 2016|Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, Dedman College Research, Events, Mathematics|Comments Off on Numerical analysis of the Galerkin and weak Galerkin method for the Helmholtz equation with high wave number
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