Professor Chi-Wang Shu from Brown University will be the speaker in this year’s first Applied and Computational Mathematics Distinguished Lecture. Prof. Shu will give the Distinguished Lecture on Wednesday September 21, 11:30-12:30, in MC 5501, followed by a reception. Everyone is cordially invited!
Prof. Shu is a titan in the development of numerical methods and over his illustrious career has made countless contributions touching broad areas of numerical methods for PDEs. In particular, he has made seminal contributions to the development of methods for dealing with discontinuous flows (e.g., WENO), high-order discontinuous Galerkin methods for conservation laws, and time marching methods.