CMX is a research group aimed at the development and analysis of novel algorithmic ideas underlying emerging applications in the physical, biological, social and information sciences.  We are distinguished by a shared value system built on the development of foundational mathematical understanding, and the deployment of this understanding to impact on emerging key scientific and technological challenges.


Faculty

Venkat Chandrasekaran
Mathieu Desbrun
Thomas Hou
Houman Owhadi
Peter Schröder
Andrew Stuart
Joel Tropp

Von Karman
Instructors

Franca Hoffmann
Ka Chun Lam

Postdoctoral
Researchers

Alfredo Garbuno-Inigo
Bamdad Hosseini
Pengfei Liu
Krithika Manohar
Melike Sirlanci

Grad Students

Max Budninskiy
Utkan Candogan
JiaJie Chen
De Huang
Nikola Kovachki
Matt Levine
Riley Murray
Florian Schaefer
Yong Shen Soh
Yousuf Soliman
Armeen Taeb
Gene R. Yoo
Shumao Zhang

Lunch Seminars

(Will be held at 12 noon in Annenberg 213, unless otherwise specified.)


January 23, 2019
Lior Pachter
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January 30, 2019
Oscar Bruno
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February 20, 2019
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February 27, 2019
Tapio Schneider
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Other Seminars


January 28, 2019
• CMX Special Seminar •

Annenberg 213
12:00pm

Camille Carvalho
Accurate evaluation of near-fields in plasmonic structures ▦

     Plasmonic structures are commonly made of dielectrics and metals. At optical frequencies metals exhibit unusual electromagnetic properties like a dielectric permittivity with a negative real part whereas dielectrics have a positive one. This configuration allows the propagation of electromagnetic surface waves strongly oscillating at the metal-dielectric interface, and hyper-oscillating if the interface presents corners. Standard numerical methods to study surface plasmons excitation do not always take into account the multiple scales inherent in electromagnetic problems which may lead to inaccurate predictions. In this presentation we present some techniques (using Finite Element method, or Boundary Integral Equation methods) to accurately compute and efficiently take into account the multiple scales of 2D light scattering problems in plasmonic structures.

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