1. Charlie Van Loan, DSCI Seminar: Block Tensor Computations

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    April 8, 2011 Will blocking become as important to tensor computations as it is to matrix computations? I will address this issue in the context of low-rank approximation and tensor contractions.…

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    • Simon Warfield, DSCI Seminar: Assessing diffusion features of white matter in tuberous sclerosis and autism

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      April 29, 2011 Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) is a neurocutaneous autosomal dominant disorder involving mutations of the TSC1 or TSC2 genes. It is characterized by the presence of benign tumors…

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      • Chandra Bajaj, DSCI Seminar: Accelerating Scientific Discovery using Electron Microscopy and Molecular Modeling

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        April 1, 2011 Computational screening is the name given to the computer docking of three-dimensional models of drug-like compounds into models of potential drug targets, usually proteins. Clearly,…

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        • Ben Santer, DSCI Seminar: A Life in Climate Science

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          April 6, 2012 A Life in Climate Science: From Identification of a "Discernible Human Influence" on Climate to Identification of the "Top Ten" Climate Models. Human-caused climate…

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          • SCI X 2012 Keynote: Alan Kay

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            ALAN KAY, President and Founder, Viewpoints Research Institute Dr. Alan Kay is one of the pioneers of object-oriented programming, personal computing, and graphical user interfaces. Dr. Kay's…

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            • Peter Wonka, SCI Seminar: Modeling and Visualization of Urban Environments

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              June 21, 2010 In this talk I will summarize recent research results from my research working with urban environments. The first major topic of my work is focused on creating large urban environments…

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              • Petr Stovicek, CIBC Seminar: Clinical implications of electrocardiographic mapping and inverse electrocardiography

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                August 13, 2010 Electrocardiographic mapping (or body surface potential mapping) has been around for 60 years and yet has not reached routine clinical application. This has been despite substantial…

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                • Olga Symonova, SCI Seminar: Shape Analysis and Understanding

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                  June 25, 2010 In the first part of the talk, I will present my doctoral research on 3D shape description for retrieval purposes. I will describe the use of a Reeb-graph based shape descriptor and…

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                  • Jack Van Wijk, DSCI Seminar: InfoVis from Eindhoven

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                    April 4, 2011 An overview will be given of work of the visualization group of Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. One focus of the group is to develop new visual representations…

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                    • Jonathan Shewchuk, CIBC Seminar: Dynamic Local Remeshing for Elastoplastic Simulation

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                      June 17, 2010 We describe methods for simulating physical domains that are substantially reshaped by plastic flow or fracture. We combine standard Lagrangian finite element methods with algorithms…

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