Nick Trefethen Talks (selection)
  • Discrete or continuous? (video) (Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute, May 2018)
  • Ten things you should know about quadrature (video) (Stanford University, May 2016)
  • ODE IVPs/BVPs and a new ODE textbook (British Applied Maths Colloq, April 2016)
  • A page summarizing my history with the Faraday cage problem (Oxford, April 2015)
  • Chebfun as a software project (ICMS 2014, Korea, July 2014)
  • From iterative Gaussian elimination to Chebfun2 (OCCAM Conference, Oxford, July 2013)
  • Chebfun (video) (SIAM Past-President's Address, July 2013)
  • Introduction to Chebfun (video) (U. of Cambridge, July 2011 -- starts at 2:40)
  • Six myths of polynomial interpolation (IMA/Royal Society, June 2011)
  • Chebfun: A new kind of numerical computing (U. of Heidelberg, May 2010)
  • CF approximation 30 years later (ETH Zurich, August 2009)
  • Pseudospectra and EigTool (video) (U. of Cambridge, March 2009)
  • Continuous analogues of QR, SVD, and LU (Householder Symposium, June 2008)
  • Speeding up numerical computations via conformal maps (Texas Tech University, October 2007)
  • Is Gauss quadrature better than Clenshaw-Curtis? (SIAM Annual Meeting, July 2006)
  • Lewy-Hörmander nonexistence and pseudospectra (SIAM PDE Meeting, July 2006)
  • Talbot quadratures and rational approximations (SIAM/GAMM Applied Linear Algebra, July 2006)
  • Spectra and Pseudospectra (Householder Symposium, May 2005)
  • Who invented the great numerical algorithms? (Various places, 2005)
  • Eigenmodes of drums and physics Nobel Prizes (Rice University, November 2005)

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