Charles F. Van Loan

Joseph C. Ford Professor of Engineering

Department of Computer Science

423 Gates Hall

Cornell University

Ithaca, New York 14853

Telephone: (607) 255-5418

Fax: (607) 255-4428

Email: cv at cs dot cornell dot edu

 
Just-Show-Up Office Hours (send email for alternatives)
 Tues   3:00 -  4:30 (starting 9/2)
 Wed

 11:00 - 12:00

 Thurs   3:00 -  3:45   
 Fri  10:30 - 12:00
 
Fall 2014 Teaching:
  CS 4210
         

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CVL: CV    Papers Books    Biography    Academic Genealogy   Hollywood   SIAM
   
Recent: Benjamin Franklin: The Doctor Would Want a Master's
From Random Polygon to Ellipse: An Eigenanalysis (with Adam Elmachtaub)    Poly2Ellipse.m
  Insight Through Computing (with Daisy Fan)
  Block Tensors and Symmetric Embeddings (with Stefan Ragnarsson)
  Block Tensor Unfoldings (with Stefan Ragnarsson)
  Numerical Solution of the Pressure Poisson Equation (with J. Escober-Vargas and P. Diamessis)
  Higher Order GSVD for Comparison of Global mRNA Expression from Multiple Organisms (with (S.P. Ponnapalli, M.A. Saunders, O. Alter)
   
National: NSF Workshop on Future Directions in Tensor-Based Computation and Modeling
   
Local: CSE At Cornell, SCAN
   
Memos: How to Give a Good Short Talk (1990)
  Building Freshman Intuition for Computational Science (1996)
  Requirements and New Majors in Engineering--A Call for Flexibility (2003)
  A Framework for Thinking about Mental Health on Campus (2004)
  Reimagining Calculus, Computational Science and Engineering, and Applied Math (2010)
  Hiring New Assistant Professors: Twenty-Five Questions About the Process (2011)
  The Job-Talk Colloquium: My Advice to Fresh PhDs and Post-Docs (2011)
   
Talks: What Is Research: A Reconstruction from Fifteen Snapshots (2010)
  Using the Ellipse to Fit and Enclose Data Points (2006)
  50/50, 20/20 and Other Golden Ratios--Tribute to Gene Golub (2008)
  Q, Then R, Then What? -- Tribute to Ralph Byers (2008)
  Future of the Numerical Linear Algebra Field (2008)
  The Kronecker Product SVD (2009)
  The Kronecker Product: A Product of the Times (2009)
  Block Tensor Computations (2011)
  Understanding Mrs. Divitz (2011)
  From random Polygon to Ellipse (2011)
  If Copernicus Had a Computer (2011)
  MEng Graduation (2013)
  Why Get an MEng in CS or Anything Else?
   
For Kids: Those Fabulous Hexagons (2010)  (Warning: Explicit Math Content. )