Talks at Conferences and Workshops | ||
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12/2017 | 2017
SIAM Conference on Analysis of PDEs, Baltimore, MD
Macroscopic models for mixed human-autonomous vehicle traffic flow | |
09/2017 | Workshop on Modelling Reduction Tools for Large Scale Complex Networks, Grenoble, France
2D traffic flow modeling via kinetic models | |
07/2017 | 2017
SIAM Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA
Traffic flow control and fuel consumption reduction via moving bottlenecks (recording of talk) | |
06/2017 | UCLA IPAM workshop (general talk), Lake Arrowhead, CA
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
06/2017 | Reunion workshop of the IPAM long program New
Directions in Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management, Lake Arrowhead, CA
Stabilizing traffic flow via a single autonomous vehicle: Possibilities and limitations | |
02/2017 | 2017
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Atlanta, GA
Diagonally Implicit Runge-Kutta schemes devoid of order reduction | |
01/2017 | 96th
Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.
Traffic flow control and fuel consumption reduction via moving bottlenecks | |
08/2016 | 2016
SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures, Philadelphia, PA
Nonlinear waves in traffic flow, and what to do against them | |
07/2016 | 2016
SIAM Annual Meeting, Boston, MA
Meshfree Direct Simulation "Monte Carlo" | |
07/2016 | 11th
AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications, Orlando, FL
Mathematical Models for Capacity Drop Phenomena | |
06/2016 | ECCOMAS Congress 2016, Crete, Greece
Meshfree "Direct Simulation Monte Carlo" with radial basis functions | |
11/2015 | NSF CPS PI Meeting, Arlington, VA
Control of vehicular traffic flow via low density autonomous vehicles (presentation slides) | |
09/2015 | Workshop
Mathematical Foundations of Traffic, part of the long program New Directions in Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
Resurrection of the Payne-Whitham pressure? (video of talk: 1080p and 480p) | |
08/2015 | 8th
International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics - ICIAM 2015, Beijing
Model fidelity of data-fitted second-order traffic models | |
06/2015 | Conference Frontiers in Applied and Computational Mathematics (FACM '15), New Jersey Institute of Technology
High-order methods for incompressible flows via pressure Poisson equation reformulations | |
05/2015 | Conference Asymptotic Preserving and Multiscale Methods for Kinetic and Hyperbolic Problems, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Benefits of staggered grids and exponential time integrators in radiation moment methods | |
03/2015 | 2015
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Salt Lake City
Effective high-order diffusive moment closures with the StaRMAP software | |
10/2014 | Workshop for Meshfree Methods for Large-Scale Computational Science and Engineering, Tampa
Meshfree methods for pressure Poisson equation reformulations of the Navier-Stokes equations | |
10/2014 | Workshop on Moment Methods in Kinetic Theory II, Fields Institute, Toronto
StaRMAP - A staggered grid moment approach and its asymptotic preserving properties (video of talk: interactive and static) | |
11/2013 | Temple-Yonsei Symposium, Yonsei University
High-order interface tracking, high-order moment methods, and high-order traffic models | |
10/2013 | Frontiers In Computational Science Symposium, Temple University
Efficient computational methods for interface tracking, radiative transfer, and atherosclerotic plaque growth | |
10/2013 | AMS Sectional Meeting, Temple University
Meshfree finite differences for a pressure Poisson equation reformulation of the Navier-Stokes equations with electric boundary conditions | |
09/2013 | Seventh International Workshop
Meshfree
methods for partial differential equations, University of Bonn
Meshfree finite difference methods for pressure Poisson equation reformulations of the Navier-Stokes equations | |
07/2013 | 2013
SIAM Annual Meeting, San Diego
Gradient-augmented schemes for reinitialization and other Hamilton-Jacobi equations | |
05/2013 | DelMar
Numerics Day 2013, University of Maryland, College Park
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
02/2013 | 2013
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Boston
StaRMAP - A staggered grid approach for arbitrary order linear moment methods of radiative transfer | |
02/2013 | 2013
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Boston
An overview of gradient-augmented methods and jet schemes | |
01/2013 | 92nd
Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.
Comparison of data-fitted first-order traffic models and their second-order generalizations via trajectory and sensor data | |
10/2012 | 1st Annual
Computational Research on Owlsnest (CROO) Symposium, Temple University
Modeling, computation, and understanding of phantom jams and stop-and-go waves in highway traffic | |
07/2012 | 2012
SIAM Annual Meeting, Minneapolis
Connections between phantom traffic jams, jamitons, and congested traffic flow | |
06/2012 | KAUST
Workshop on PDE in Traffic Modeling
A data-fitted generalized Aw-Rascle-Zhang model and its model accuracy on real traffic data | |
10/2011 | Sixth International Workshop
Meshfree methods for partial differential equations, University of Bonn
Characteristic particle methods for traffic flow simulations on highway networks | |
07/2011 | 7th
International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics - ICIAM 2011, Vancouver
Optimally local jet schemes for advection problems | |
03/2011 | International Conference on Mathematical Modelling and Applications to Industrial Problems, NIT Calicut
Jet schemes for advection problems | |
07/2010 | 2010 SIAM Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh
A gradient-augmented level set approach with subgrid resolution | |
08/2009 | Fifth International Workshop
Meshfree methods for partial differential equations, University of Bonn
Exact particle methods for conservation laws | |
03/2009 | Fourteenth
Copper Mountain conference on multigrid methods, Colorado
AMG for Meshfree Finite Difference Methods | |
03/2009 | Kinetic
FRG Young Researchers Workshop, CSCAMM, University of Maryland, College Park
Optimal prediction for radiative transfer: A new perspective on moment closure (presentation slides) | |
08/2008 | Workshop on
Similarity:
Generalizations, Applications and Open Problems, UBC, Vancouver
A meshfree solver for scalar conservation laws in one space dimension | |
09/2007 | Fourth International Workshop
Meshfree methods for partial differential equations, University of Bonn
Solving conservation laws by particle management | |
07/2006 | 14th ECMI conference,
University Carlos III de Madrid
Meshless Poisson problems in the Finite Pointset Method - Positive stencils and multigrid | |
03/2006 | 77th Annual Meeting of the
Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, TU Berlin
Multigrid and M-matrices in the finite pointset method | |
09/2005 | Third International Workshop
Meshfree methods for partial differential equations, University of Bonn
Multigrid and M-matrices in the finite pointset method for incompressible flows | |
06/2004 | 13th ECMI conference, Eindhoven
Optimal prediction in molecular dynamics | |
09/2002 |
16th
ECMI Modelling Week, Kaiserslautern
Temperature stabilisation during the casting process | |
Further Conference Presentations | ||
01/2018 | 97th
Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.
Off-ramp coupling conditions devoid of spurious blocking and re-routing (poster presentation) | |
11/2017 | NSF CPS PI Meeting, Alexandria, VA
Stabilizing traffic flow via a single autonomous vehicle: Possibilities and limitations (lightning talk, poster, and demonstration) | |
06/2017 | 2017 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, Redondo Beach, CA
Stabilizing traffic flow via a single autonomous vehicle: Possibilities and limitations (poster presentation) | |
04/2017 | Safe Control of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (SCAV 2017) at CPS Week 2017, Pittsburgh, PA
Controlling for unsafe events in dense traffic through autonomous vehicles (presentation by Daniel B. Work) | |
01/2017 | Frontiers in Applied and Computational Mathematics, Brown University
Diagonally implicit Runge-Kutta schemes devoid of order reduction (poster presentation) | |
11/2016 | NSF CPS PI Meeting, Arlington, VA
Control of vehicular traffic flow via low density autonomous vehicles (poster presentation) | |
01/2014 | 93rd
Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.
Effect of the choice of jam density in data-fitted first- and second-order traffic models (poster presentation) | |
12/2012 | Workshop
on Reproducibility in Computational and Experimental Mathematics, ICERM, Providence, RI,
A second order staggered grid method for spherical harmonics moment equations of radiative transfer (lightning talk and poster presentation) Please see also the Conference Wiki. | |
06/2010 | Fluid
Dynamics, Analysis, and Numerics 2010, Duke University
Gradient-augmented level set methods and interface tracking with subgrid resolution (poster presentation) | |
03/2009 | Computational
Kinetic Transport and Hybrid Methods, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
Optimal prediction for radiative transfer: A new perspective on moment closure (poster presentation) | |
11/2008 | Workshop
on Moment Methods in Kinetic Theory, ETH Zürich
Optimal prediction for radiative transfer: A new perspective on moment closure (presentation by Martin Frank) | |
Invited Colloquia and Seminars | ||
10/2017 | PDE/Applied Math Seminar, Drexel University
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
09/2017 | Mathematics Seminar, Universita degli Studi dell'Insubria, Como
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
09/2017 | Mechanical Engineering Seminar, University of Delaware
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
09/2017 | Applied Mathematics Colloquium, Columbia University
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
03/2017 | Mathematics Colloquium, University of Alabama
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
03/2017 | Applied Mathematics Seminar, University of Washington
Order reduction in Runge-Kutta time-stepping for Initial Boundary Value Problems | |
11/2016 | Computational Science Seminar, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth
Order reduction in Runge-Kutta time-stepping for Initial Boundary Value Problems | |
10/2016 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Meshfree direct simulation Monte Carlo for kinetic equations | |
09/2016 | CNA seminar, Carnegie Melon University
Nonlinear waves in traffic flow, and the future of traffic modeling (video of talk) | |
07/2016 | Schlumberger Fluids Workshop, Cambridge, MA
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
05/2016 | MathCCES seminar, RWTH Aachen University
Order-reduction in high-order time-stepping | |
03/2016 | Big
Problems / Big Ideas Seminar, Temple University
How to model traffic flow via PDEs and how to use this for traffic control | |
10/2015 | Level Set Collective, UCLA
Order-reduction in high-order time-stepping: why? and how to fix? | |
09/2015 | IPAM Seminar, UCLA
Traffic waves | |
05/2015 | Seminar
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, MIT
Benefits of staggered grids and exponential time integrators in radiation moment methods | |
02/2015 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Crystal cutting and radiative moment closures via optimal prediction | |
02/2015 | Joint CSCAMM/KI-Net Seminar, Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling, University of Maryland College Park
Phantom jams and jamitons in macroscopic traffic models | |
01/2015 | Applied Mathematics Colloquium, North Carolina State University
Interface motion, jet schemes, and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
11/2014 | Oliver Club, Cornell University
Traffic models, phantom jams, and autonomous vehicles | |
11/2014 | Applied Mathematics Colloquium, North Carolina State University
Stories of traffic models, phantom jams, jamitons, and autonomous vehicles | |
09/2014 | Mathematics Colloquium, Villanova University
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
04/2014 | Scientific
Computing and Numerics seminar, Cornell University
High-order methods for pressure Poisson equation reformulations of the Navier-Stokes equations | |
03/2014 | Applied and Computational Mathematics seminar, Georgia Tech
Phantom jams and jamitons in macroscopic traffic models | |
03/2014 | Joint seminar
Physical Mathematics and
Numerical Methods
for PDE, MIT
Jamitons and the predictive accuracy of macroscopic traffic models | |
02/2014 | Webinar of the Committee on Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics,
Comparison of data-fitted first-order traffic models and their second-order generalizations via trajectory and sensor data | |
12/2013 | MathCCES seminar, RWTH Aachen University
Jamitons and the predictive accuracy of macroscopic traffic models | |
11/2013 | Mathematics Seminar, Yonsei University
Phantom jams and jamitons in second order traffic models | |
11/2013 | Fluid
Mechanics Seminar, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
10/2013 | Numerical Analysis
and PDE Seminar, University of Delaware
Phantom jams and jamitons in second order traffic models | |
04/2013 | Applied
Mathematics Colloquium, UCLA
Phantom Jams and Jamitons in Second Order Traffic Models | |
04/2013 | Level Set Collective, UCLA
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
04/2013 | Institute
of Transportation Studies Seminar, UC Berkeley
Phantom Jams and Jamitons in Second Order Traffic Models | |
04/2013 | Applied
Mathematics Seminar, UC Berkeley & Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
03/2013 | Seminar
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, MIT
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
02/2013 | Numerical
Analysis and Scientific Computing Seminar, Courant Institute, New York University
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
01/2013 | Computational
Math Seminar, University of Pittsburgh
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
10/2012 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Explaining set-valued fundamental diagrams in traffic flow via phantom traffic jams | |
03/2012 | Applied Math Seminar, University of Delaware
On optimally sparse meshfree stencils and characteristic particles | |
03/2012 | Physical Mathematics Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
High order computational moment methods for radiative transfer simulations | |
10/2011 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Jet schemes for advection problems | |
10/2011 | PDE/Applied Math Seminar, Drexel University
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
05/2011 | IGPM seminar, RWTH Aachen University
Jet schemes for advection problems | |
05/2011 | Instituto
Gregorio Millán, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Meshfree finite difference methods with minimal positive stencils | |
04/2011 | Ulm Mathematical Colloquium
Jet schemes for advection problems | |
04/2011 | MathCCES seminar, RWTH Aachen University
New ideas in traffic modeling, multiphase fluid simulations, particle methods, and moment methods | |
03/2011 | Applied Mathematics Seminar, McGill University
A new perspective on the moment closure problem in radiative transfer | |
12/2010 | Seminar
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, MIT
A new perspective on the moment closure problem in radiative transfer | |
11/2010 | Scientific
Computing Group Seminar, Brown University
New computational approaches based on the methods of characteristics | |
06/2010 | Center
for Computational Engineering Science, RWTH Aachen University
New computational approaches based on the method of characteristics | |
05/2010 | Instituto
Gregorio Millán, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
A new perspective on the moment closure problem in radiative transfer | |
02/2010 | Physics
Colloquium, Temple University
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
12/2009 | Applied
Math Seminar, University of Delaware
Exact particle methods and level set approaches with subgrid resolution | |
11/2009 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Meshfree finite difference methods with minimal positive stencils | |
10/2009 | Analysis
Seminar, Temple University
Detonation waves in traffic flow | |
09/2009 | Scientific
Computing and Numerics Seminar, Cornell University
Exact particle methods and gradient-augmented level set approaches | |
06/2009 | TU Kaiserslautern
Gradient-augmented methods and interface tracking with subgrid resolution | |
02/2009 | Physical
Mathematics Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Crystal cutting and radiative moment closures by optimal prediction | |
02/2009 | Mathematics Colloquium, UMass Dartmouth
Benefits and challenges of particle methods | |
02/2009 | Mathematics Colloquium, Temple University
Benefits and challenges of particle methods | |
11/2008 | Institute of Computational Science, ETH Zürich
Advection and remeshing with particles and level sets | |
10/2008 | Seminar Numerical
Methods for Partial Differential Equations, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Particle methods - Sparsity and exact conservation | |
10/2008 | Fluid Dynamics Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Phantom traffic jams and traveling jamitons | |
06/2008 | TU Kaiserslautern
Detonation waves in traffic flow | |
05/2006 | Seminar of the
Graduate college
Mathematics and Pratice, TU Kaiserslautern
Meshfree elliptic problems in the Finite Pointset Method - Positive stencils and linear solvers | |
01/2006 | PhD seminar Technomathematics, TU Kaiserslautern
Point clouds, positive stencils and linear solvers | |
04/2005 | Weekend seminar of the
Graduate college
Mathematics and Pratice, Lambrecht
Meshfree finite difference methods for flow problems | |
11/2004 | PhD seminar Technomathematics, TU Kaiserslautern
FPM - Quest for the M-matrix | |
05/2004 | Seminar of the
Graduate college
Mathematics and Pratice, TU Kaiserslautern
Adaptive particle methods in CFD | |
04/2004 | PhD seminar Technomathematics, TU Kaiserslautern
Adaptive particle methods for flow problems | |
11/2003 | Weekend seminar of the
Graduate college
Mathematics and Pratice, Koblenz
Meshfree finite difference methods - Finite pointset method | |
Presentations to Public and Undergraduate Audiences | ||
04/2016 | Temple CST Board of Visitors Meeting
Phantom traffic jams and autonomous vehicles | |
12/2015 | Mathematics Colloquium,
California State University Northridge
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
09/2015 |
Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management Tutorials, part of the long program
New
Directions in Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
A mathematical introduction to traffic flow theory: Part I (video of talk: 1080p and 480p) A mathematical introduction to traffic flow theory: Part II (video of talk: 1080p and 480p) A mathematical introduction to traffic flow theory: Part III (video of talk: 1080p and 480p) (presentation slides for all talks) | |
05/2015 | Pint of Science, Bourbon Blue, Philadelphia
Phantom jams, detonation waves, and autonomous vehicles | |
12/2013 | Mathematics
and Statistics Colloquium, Swarthmore College
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
10/2012 | Bi-College
Mathematics Colloquium, Haverford College
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
03/2011 | UMass Dartmouth
Traffic modeling and phantom traffic jams | |
10/2010 | Temple University, Faculty research talk series for undergraduate students
Traffic modeling and phantom traffic jams | |
12/2009 | Mathematics
Colloquium, Temple University
The sound of an evolving floating sculpture | |
09/2009 | Marywood University
Traffic models and phantom traffic jams | |
01/2009 | MIT 18.095 Mathematics Lecture Series
Modeling of traffic flow | |
10/2008 | MIT family weekend
Phantom traffic jams and traveling jamitons | |
08/2005 | Seminar week Hirschegg, Austria
Why are the Navier-Stokes equations difficult? Turbulence. |