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
visiting post-docs together with world renowned scholars. CSCAMM sponsors an active
visitors program through a
workshops and it supports an educational
program with a series of
courses and active involvement with the
AMSC graduate program.
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
KI-Net: Young researchers workshop: Kinetic and macroscopic models for complex systems
October 14-18, 2013
[Complete List of Programs]
How long does it take to compute the eigenvalues of a random symmetric matrix?
Prof. Govind Menon
Regularity, blow up, and small scale creation in fluids
Professor Alex Kiselev
University of Wisconsin
From Boltzmann to Euler: Hilbert’s 6th problem revisited
University of Wisconsin-Madison
[Complete List of Seminars]
Joe Papac, Dionisios Margetis, Frederic Gibou, and Christian Ratsch
Island Dynamics Model for Mounf Formation: The Effect of a Step-Edge Barrier
Priscilla Canizares, Scott Field, Jonathan Gair, Vivien Raymond, Rory Smith, and Manuel Tiglio
Accelerated gravitational-wave parameter estimation with reduced order modeling
J. Erlebacher and D. Margetis
Mechanism of hollow nanoparticle formation due to shape fluctuations
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[Complete List of Publications]