PoliMi Student Chapter of SIAM is happy to organize another edition of "A Day in Applied Mathematics" at Politecnico di Milano. The initiative, held the 12th of September at the Politecnico di Milano, aims to bringing to the public a brief idea of some research topics in applied mathematics and computational science, explained both by some experts on the field and early stage researchers. To this end members of the Emory, PoliMi and SISSA chapters are meeting to promote ideas and knowledge in applied mathematics and computational science.

The day will feature two presentation by experts as well as some contributions from graduate students. It is a great opportunity to get in touch with some of the most interesting topics in applied mathematics.

The event will precede the ECCOMAS (European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences) Young Investigators Conference 2017 held at Politecnico di Milano between the 13rd and the 15th of September. Partecipants of "A Day in Applied Mathematics" will have free access to plenary sessions of ECCOMAS meeting.

The initiative "A Day in Applied Mathematics" is made with the contribution of Politecnico di Milano, Emory University and SISSA.

 

Free participation, register at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Location: Aula Consiglio - Department of Mathematics (Campus Leonardo, Building 14, 7th floor), Via Edoardo Bonardi, 9, 20131 Milan.


Programme:

10.00-10.30 Registration
10.30-10.45 Opening
10.45-10.55 Presentation Chapter PoliMi
10.55-11.05 Presentation Chapter Emory
11.05-11.15 Presentation Chapter SISSA
11.15-11.40 Coffee break
11.40-12.30 Expert talk by Prof. Maurizio Grasselli: “The long and winding road toward mathematical rigor: an example from tumor growth modeling”.
12.30-14.00 Lunch
14.00-14.50 Expert talk by Prof. Michele Piana: “Computational methods for data analysis: mathematical issues and applications to physics and physiology".
14.50-15.10 Khazhgali Kozhasov, SISSA: "Symmetric tensors with only real eigenvectors".
15.10-15.30 Yunyi Hu, Emory University: "A Preconditioned Multi-spectral Tomography Problem with FISTA"
15.30-16.00 Coffee break
16.00-16.20 Luca Ratti, Politecnico di Milano: "Towards the identification of ischemic regions in the heart tissue: an inverse problem in cardiac electrophysiology".
16.20-16.40 Ivan Beschastnyi, SISSA: "Left-invariant optimal control problems".
16.40-17.00 Clarissa Garvey, Emory University: "Singular Value Decomposition Approximation via Kronecker Summations for Imaging Applications".
17.00-17.20 Nahuel Foresta, Politecnico di Milano: "Optimal switching for marked point processes".
17.20-17.30 Closing

 

Slides:

- Prof. Maurizio Grasselli: “The long and winding road toward mathematical rigor: an example from tumor growth modeling”.
- Prof. Michele Piana: “Computational methods for data analysis: mathematical issues and applications to physics and physiology".
- Khazhgali Kozhasov: "Symmetric tensors with only real eigenvectors".
- Yunyi Hu: "A Preconditioned Multi-spectral Tomography Problem with FISTA".
- Luca Ratti: "Towards the identification of ischemic regions in the heart tissue: an inverse problem in cardiac electrophysiology".
- Ivan Beschastnyi: "Left-invariant optimal control problems".
- Clarissa Garvey: "Singular Value Decomposition Approximation via Kronecker Summations for Imaging Applications".
- Nahuel Foresta: "Optimal switching for marked point processes".