Thursday 30 Apr 2015: CliMathNet seminar: The use of adaptive mesh methods in meteorology
Chris Budd - University of Bath
Harrison 209 15:30-16:30
When numerically solving a PDE in three dimensions , it is often necessary to generate a mesh on which to discretize the solution. Often this can be expensive to do. However, by using ideas from optimal transport it is possible both to construct a mesh quickly and cheaply, and also to prove that it has the necessary regularity properties to allow an accurate approximation of the solution of the PDE. In this talk I will describe these methods, prove results about their regularity and then apply them to some problems in meteorology.
(This will be transmitted to us by live video-link)