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March 11, 2:00 PM
The mathematics of three-dimensional structure determination of molecules by cryo-electron microscopy
Professor Amit Singer
Princeton University

March 23, 2:00 PM
Professor Tao Tang
Hong Kong Baptist University

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Upcoming Conference
June 9-13, 2008
12th International Conference on Hyperbolic Problems: Theory, Numerics, Applications (HYP2008)
Registration re-opened
Conference Office: CSCAMM
Conference Building: CSIC
Login/Register Here: HYP Login

Welcome to the Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling (CSCAMM). The primary goal of the Center is to foster research and educational activities that highlight novel computational algorithms and mathematical modeling and their interplay with physical science, biological science, and engineering. To stimulate such research activity, CSCAMM fosters collaborative research which involves local scientists, graduate students and visiting post-docs together with world renowned scholars. CSCAMM sponsors an active visitors program through a series of seminars, lectures and workshops and it supports an educational program with a series of tutorials, courses and active involvement with the AMSC graduate program.

Eitan Tadmor



Congratulations to Prof. Jacob Bedrossian who was awarded a 2015 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship in Math.


Congratulations to Dr. Changhui Tan who accepted an offer as a three year Lovett Instructor of Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics at Rice University beginning summer 2015.


Congratulations to Jim Greene who accepted an offer as a two-year Harold H. Martin Fellowship Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Rutgers University, beginning in summer 2015.


CSCAMM welcomes Professor Gadi Fibich from Tel-Aviv University as a KI-Net/CSCAMM visitor for FY15. Prof. Fibich research interests include, among others, theory numerics and experiments of nonlinear optics, auctioning and marketing, queuing theory and computer graphics.


CSCAMM welcomes Assistant Professor Jacob Bedrossian as a new CSCAMM faculty member with a joint appointment in the Department of Mathematics. Prof. Bedrossian's research interests include stability and mixing in fluids and plasmas, calculus of variations and pattern formation, chemotaxis models and computational fluid dynamics (CFD).


There will be a live webcast of the Young researchers workshop: Kinetic and macroscopic models for complex systems on October 14-18. This webcast will be open to all.
Click HERE to join the webcast.

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Recent Programs

Young Researchers Workshop:
Multiscale phenomena: modeling, analysis and computation

October 27-31, 2014

KI-Net: Collective Behavior: Macroscopic versus Kinetic Descriptions
May 19-23, 2014

KI-Net: Modern Perspectives in Applied Mathematics: Theory and Numerics of PDEs
April 28-2, 2014

[Complete List of Programs]

Recent Seminars

Continuum limit of total variation on point clouds
Nicolas Trillos
Carnegie Mellon University

Global well-posedness and blow up for active scalar equations
Dr. Michele Zelati
University of Maryland

Phantom jams and jamitons in macroscopic traffic models
Prof. Benjamin Seibold
Temple University

[Complete List of Seminars]

Recent Publications

A. Chertock, S. Cui, A. Kurganov, S.-N. Ozcan, and E. Tadmor
Well-balanced central-upwind schemes for the Euler equations with gravitation

Jose Carrillo, Young-Pil Choi, Eitan Tadmor, and Changhui Tan
Critical thresholds in 1D Euler equations with nonlocal forces

Thomas Rey and Changhui Tan
An Exact Rescaling Velocity Method for some Kinetic Flocking Models

Submit your publication here.

[Complete List of Publications]


CSCAMM is part of the
College of Computer, Mathematical & Natural Sciences (CMNS)