Invited Presentations

**Monday, October 23**

9:45 AM

IP1 ~ Computing Fluid Flows in Complex Geometry

Marsha Berger, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University

11:00 AM

IP2 ~ An Adaptive Projection Method for Low Mach Number Flows

John B. Bell, Center for Computational Sciences and Engineering, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

11:45 AM

IP3 ~ Industrial Strength Optimization

Paul D. Frank, Mathematics and Engineering Analysis Division, Boeing Computer Services

**Tuesday, October 24**

9:30 AM

IP4 ~ Computational Science and Engineering -- an Interdisciplinary Field

Ahmed Sameh, Department of Computer Science, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

10:15 AM

IP5 ~ Experience with Electronic Textbooks for Computational Science and Parallel Programming Education

Dennis Gannon, Department of Computer Science, Indiana University, Bloomington

**Wednesday, October 25**

10:30 AM

IP6 ~ The Topology of DNA

De Witt Sumners, Department of Mathematics, Florida State University

11:15 AM

IP7 ~ Mathematical Problems Suggested by Computational Statistical Mechanics

Hans C. Andersen, Department of Chemistry, Stanford University

**Thursday, October 26**

10:00 AM

IP8 ~ Some Results and Some Open Questions in the Control of Distributed Systems

Jacques-Louis Lions, Vice-President, de l'Academie de Sciences, College de France, France

8/10/95