University of Minnesota
Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics
Spring 1999 Seminar Series



The level set method for multiphase flow, crystal growth, shape reconstruction, and whatever else you might need


Prof. Stan Osher

Department of Mathematics, University of California- Los Angeles


Abstract


The level set method was devised in 1987 by S. Osher and J. A. Sethian as a versatile and useful tool for analyzing and representing the motion of fronts. It has proven to be phenomenally successful a both a theoretical and computational device. In this talk we review its properties, discuss the advances in level set technology since the original paper and highlight some of the application areas.

Friday, April 2, 1999
209 Akerman Hall
2:30-3:30 p.m.


Refreshments served after the seminar in 227 Akerman Hall.
Disability accomodations provided upon request.
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