About the lecture series
The History of Numerical Analysis at Stanford lecture series was a joint effort, organized in 2007, between the SIAM Student Chapter at Stanford and the Linear Algebra and Optimization seminar at the iCME to
- i) educate current students about who did what and when they did it at Stanford and increase awareness of the contributions of Stanford affiliates in the field
- ii) promote more student involvement and interest by removing some of the mystique of numerical analysis and computational mathematics through historical presentations, and
- iii) raise awareness of computational mathematics for the "50 Years of Computational Mathematics at Stanford" conference at the end of March 2007.
Appearing below are the original abstracts for the talks that were given as part of the series, as well as links to the videos of the talks.
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