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2006

August 2006

Congratulations to Christopher Blakely who won the student paper/presentation competition at the 7th World Congress on Computational Mechanics in Los Angeles, CA (July 2006). More on his lecture on Hybrid Meshless / Spectral-Element Method for Geophysical Fluid Dynamics on the Sphere can be found here.
Christopher Blakely will talk on his Hybrid Meshless/Spectral-Element Method for Geophysical Fluid Dynamics on the Sphere at the 7th World Congress on Computational Mechanics in Los Angeles, CA (July 2006). More can be found here.
> Bin Cheng will present his work on the Long Time Regularity of the Shallow Water Equations at the Eleventh International Conference on Hyperbolic Problems in Lyon, France, and at SIAM Conference on Analysis of PDEs in Boston, MA (July 2006).
Dongming Wei will present his work on the Conditional Global Regularity of the 1D Euler-Poisson Equations with Pressure at the SIAM Conference on Analysis of PDEs in Boston, MA (July 2006).
Weigang Zhong will give a talk on Entropy Stable Approximations of Navier-Stoke Equations with No Artificial Numerical Viscosity at the Eleventh International Conference on Hyperbolic Problems in Lyon, France, and at SIAM Conference on Analysis of PDEs in Boston, MA (July 2006).
Ning Jiang was awarded a post-doctoral fellowship at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences.
Congratulations to Dr. William Dorland on being elected as a fellow of the American Physical Society.

May 2006

*Posted* lectures and tutorials from the CSCAMM workshop on High Frequency Wave Propagation
Daniel Dunlavy was awarded the post-doctoral John von Neumann Research Fellowship in Computational Science at Sandia National Laboratories
Eitan Tadmor referenced in National Cancer Institute's Cancer Bulletin for his contributions to the Center for Cancer Research
The DOE Center for Multiscale Plasma Dynamics (CMPD) was awarded jointly to the University of Maryland and UCLA. In Maryland, CMPD will be hosted by CSCAMM.

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