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


Mar 5 - Mar 6, 2019
KI-Net Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of Collective Dynamics: Kinetic Description and Fractional Diffusion


January 30, 2:00 PM
Multi-D macroscopic description of flocking
Dr. Jan Peszek
University of Maryland

February 13, 2:00 PM
Prof. Fei Lu
Johns Hopkins University

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Upcoming Conference
June 9-13, 2008
12th International Conference on Hyperbolic Problems: Theory, Numerics, Applications (HYP2008)
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Conference Office: CSCAMM
Conference Building: CSIC
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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



Congratulations to Sid Sharma for winning the Hockmeyer fellowship two years in a row.


CSCAMM welcomes, as a new Brin postdoctoral fellow, Ruiwen Shu who graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


Congratulations to Siming He who defended his PhD thesis on Mixing, Flocking and Cooperation: Analytical studies of Transport Phenomena in Biology and accepted a 3-year offer as a William W. Elliott Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Duke University.


CSCAMM welcomes, as a new postdoctoral fellow, Dong Dong who graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


Congratulations to Professor Konstantina Trivisa for being selected for the Outstanding Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) Award for 2018.

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Recent Programs

KI-Net: Young Researchers Workshop: Kinetic descriptions in theory and applications
October 22-26, 2018

Ki-Net Conference: Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Quantum Dynamics
June 19-21, 2018

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

[Complete List of Programs]

Past Seminars

Broadening the Spectral Analysis Toolkit for Engineering Applications
Prof. Edinah Gnang
Johns Hopkins University

A second-order asymptotic-preserving and positivity-preserving exponential Runge-Kutta method for a class of stiff kinetic equations
Dr. Ruiwen Shu
University of Maryland

A Positive Asymptotic Preserving Scheme for Linear Kinetic Transport Equations
Dr. M. Paul Laiu
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

[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

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[Complete List of Publications]


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