*The implicit Closest Point Method for the numerical solution of
partial differential equations on surfaces*, presentation at
the Leslie Fox Prize in Numerical Analysis (second prize), Warwick, UK
(2009)

*Computing on surfaces with the Closest Point Method*, plenary
presentation for the Cecil Graham Doctoral Dissertation Award at CAIMS/SCMAI 2009 Annual Meeting, London, Canada
(2009).

*The Closest Point Method for the numerical solution of partial
differential equations on surfaces*, presentation at the 2009
International Conference on Scientific Computation and Differential
Equations (SciCADE09), Beijing, China (2009)

Colin B. Macdonald, Jeremy Brandman and Steven J. Ruuth *The
Closest Point Method for computing spectra and eigenmodes on
surfaces*, poster presented at the Laplacian
Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions workshop at IPAM, UCLA (2009).

*The Closest Point Method with implicit time stepping*,
presentation at the Level Set Collective, UCLA, 2008-09-30.

*Implicit and explicit strong stability preserving Runge--Kutta
methods*, presentation during the Strong Stability Preserving Time
Discretizations minisymposium at the SIAM Annual Meeting, San Diego
(2008).

*Level set equations on surfaces via the Closest Point
Method*, presentation at the Level Set Collective, UCLA,
2008-04-29.

*The Closest Point Method for motion on surfaces*, presentation
(featured student speaker) at PNWNAS 2007, Seattle, USA, 2007.

*Level set equations on surfaces via the Closest Point
Method*, presentation at ICOSAHOM07, Beijing, China, 2007.

*Level set equations on surfaces via the Closest Point Method*,
presentation during the Computational PDE theme symposium at
CAIMS*SCMAI 2007, Banff, Canada, 2007.

*In Search of Implicit High-Order Strong Stability Preserving
Methods with Relaxed Time-Step Restrictions*, presentation at
the SIAM Annual Meeting, Boston, USA, 2006-07-14.

*Modifying images and sounds using the mathematics of Fourier
transforms*, interactive presentation for high school students at
Scientific I, SFU, 2006-02-24.

*High-order embedded Runge-Kutta pairs for the time evolution of
hyperbolic conservation laws*, presentation at Adaptivity and
Beyond: Computational Methods for Solving Differential Equations,
Vancouver, Canada, 2005-08-05.

*Modifying images and sounds using the mathematics of Fourier
transforms*, presentation to high-school students during Shad
Valley, Simon Fraser University, 2005-07.

*Small Rossby Number Corrections to Shallow Water
Quasigeostrophy*, Alana McKenzie, Colin Macdonald and David J
Muraki, poster at the 15th Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic
Fluid Dynamics, Cambridge, USA, 2005-06.

*High-order embedded Runge-Kutta pairs for the time evolution of
hyperbolic conservation laws*, presentation at the 2005
International Conference on Scientific Computation and Differential
Equations
(SciCADE05),
Nagoya, Japan, 2005-05-22.

*Modifying Images and Sounds using the Mathematics of Fourier
Transforms*, presentation and interactive demos for high school students at Scientific I, SFU, 2005-02-18. (slides,
Matlab demo).

*The Predicted Sequential Regularization Method: some recent developments for incompressible Navier-Stokes equations*, presentation at the First
PIMS Applied Mathematics Graduate Student Conference, SFU, 2005-01-29.

*Fourier Transforms, Image Compression, and Signal
Processing*, presentation and interactive demo for high-school
students at
the 2004
Esso-CMS-PIMS Summer Math Camp, SFU, 2004-06-23.

*Constructing High-Order Runge-Kutta Methods with Embedded
Strong-Stability-Preserving Pairs* presentation at CMS/CAIMS 2004,
Halifax, 2004-06-15

*High-Order Embedded Runge-Kutta Pairs for the Time Evolution of Hyperbolic Conservation Laws* presentation at The Fourth Annual Bluenose Numerical Analysis Day, Halifax, 2003-06-06.

*The Predicted Sequential Regularization Method for Multibody
System Simulation and Computational Fluid Dynamics*, poster
presented at the ASI Exchange, Vancouver, March 2002. Winner of
“Excellent Poster Award - Second Prize”.

*The Predicted Sequential Regularization Method for
Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations*, presentation at the
Canadian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Laval University,
June 2001.

*The Predicted Sequential Regularization Method for
Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations*, presentation at
Numerical Analysis Day, Dalhousie University, June 2001.

*The Predicted Sequential Regularization Method for
Differential-Algebraic Equations*, presentation at the APICS
Mathematics/Statistics and Computer Science Annual Conference,
Dalhousie University, October 2000.

*The Predicted Sequential Regularization Method for
Differential-Algebraic Equations*, presentation at the
Canadian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, McMaster
University, June 2000.

*The Predicted Sequential Regularization Method for
Differential-Algebraic Equations*, presentation at the
Impromptu Numerical Analysis Day, Acadia University, June
2000.

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