Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling



October 25, 2:00 PM
Hierarchical construction of images and the problem of Bourgain-Brezis
Prof. Eitan Tadmor
University of Maryland

November 1, 2:00 PM
Multiscale convergence properties for spectral approximations of a model kinetic equation
Dr. Zheng Chen
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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June 9-13, 2008
12th International Conference on Hyperbolic Problems: Theory, Numerics, Applications (HYP2008)
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Director's Welcome

The Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling aims at fostering excellence in Applied Mathematics at the University of Maryland. CSCAMM encourages the cross-fertilization of techniques and insights introduced at the crossroad of Scientific computing, Modeling and their applications in the Physical and Biological Sciences and Engineering. To help build a thriving community of Applied Mathematicians, CSCAMM supports interdisciplinary research through a strong visitors program, the regular organization of international events (workshops and conferences), and contributes to graduate education in partnership with the AMSC program.

Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin



Prof. Radu Balan will give a presentation on "When Harmonic Analysis Meets Machine Learning: Lipschitz Analysis of Deep Convolution Networks" on October 10th 2017, sponsored by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society and the Signal Processing Society. Follow this link for the event details and sign up.


Congratulations to Sid Sharma for winning the Hockmeyer fellowship.


CSCAMM welcomes, as a new postdoctoral fellow, Javier Morales who graduated from the University of Texas at Austin.


Congratulations to Professor Dionisios Margetis who has been invited to speak at the 2018 SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science.


Congratulations to Lise-Marie Imbert-Gérard who has won the second prize of the 18th IMA Leslie Fox Prize.


Congratulations to Professor Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin who has been invited to speak at the 2018 ICM in the section Partial Differential Equations and the section Mathematics in Science and Technology.


Congratulations to Dongmian Zou who defended his PhD thesis Nonlinear Analysis of Phase Retrieval and Deep Learning and accepted a postdoctoral offer at the Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications at the University of Minnesota.


Congratulations to Zhenfu Wang who defended his PhD thesis Mean Field Limit for Stochastic Particles Systems with Singular Forces and accepted a postdoctoral offer at the University of Pennsylvania.


Congratulations to Dana Botesteanu for winning the 2017-18 Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowship.


Research Features article on KI-Net: Kinetic descriptions – a mathematical bridge to better understand the world.


Congratulations to Jacob Bedrossian (CSCAMM/Mathematics) who has been promoted Associate Professor.


Congratulations to Professor Eitan Tadmor who has been elected Chair of the SIAM activity program on the Analysis of Partial Differential Equations.


CSCAMM is very happy to welcome Sandra Cerrai, Wojciech Czaja, Charles David Levermore, Dio Margetis (who was already associated with CSCAMM), Antoine Mellet and Konstantina Trivisa as new Faculty members.


CSCAMM expresses all its thanks and gratitude to Professor Eitan Tadmor who served as Director since the creation of the Center. Thanks to Prof. Tadmor's leadership, constant nurturing and endless energy, CSCAMM grew into a center of excellence, nationally and internationally renowned for its exceptional research environment.

Professor Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin will serve as CSCAMM interim Director as of July 1, 2016.

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CSCAMM welcomes Andrew Arensburger as our new IT manager. Andrew brings with him over 20 years expertise of IT service at UMD, and a variety of technical skills.


Congratulations to Ming Zhong who defended his PhD thesis “Hierarchical Reconstruction Method for Solving Ill-posed Linear Inverse Problems” and accepted a 3-year post-doc offer at John Hopkins University.


Congratulations to Geoffrey Clapp who defended his PhD thesis “Applying Mathematical Models to Study the Role of the Immune System in Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia”.

thumbnail thumbnail Congratulations to Siming He and Zhenfu Wang who have been awarded the Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowship.


Congratulations to Jacob Bedrossian (CSCAMM/Mathematics) who has been awarded a prestigious 5-year NSF CAREER award for his proposal “Inviscid Limits and Stability at High Reynolds Numbers.”


In the News — Dr. Anil Zenginoglu's research on the inner singularity in rotating black holes was featured in Forbes magazine and EurekAlert.


Congratulations to Dr. Anil Zenginoglu and his wife Simran on the birth of their second daughter.

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Recent Programs

KI-Net: Young Researchers Workshop: Current trends in kinetic theory
October 9-13, 2017

Frontiers in Mathematical Oncology Young Investigators Conference
April 26-28, 2017

Ki-Net: Selected topics in transport phenomena: deterministic and probabilistic aspects
April 18-21, 2017

[Complete List of Programs]

Past Seminars

A Hele-Shaw problem for tumor growth: Mathematical Analysis
Prof. Antoine Mellet
University of Maryland

Stability of some super-resolution problems
Dr. Dmitry Batenkov
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mathematical Modeling of Cell-Cycle Structured Unicellular Populations, and a Numerical Continuation and Bifurcation Analysis
Prof. Markus Kirkilionis
University of Warwick

[Complete List of Seminars]

Recent Publications

Roman Shvydkoy and Eitan Tadmor
Eulerian dynamics with a commutator forcing

Radu Balan, Matt Begue, Chae Clark, and Kasso A. Okoudjou
Optimization methods for frame conditioning and application to graph Laplacian scaling

Radu Balan and Dongmian Zou
On Lipschitz Analysis and Lipschitz Synthesis for the Phase Retrieval Problem

Submit your publication here.

[Complete List of Publications]


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College of Computer, Mathematical & Natural Sciences (CMNS)