You can click on the recent (and current) clinics to get more information, including the report (in postscript or LaTeX) or an Executive Summary (in text). To get a copy of a Clinic Report prior to Spring 1996, please contact the Clinic Director.

  • 1982: Parallel Algorithms for Simulation of Nuclear Reactors, taught by Daryl Hicks, co-sponsored by Idaho National Labs and Denelcor.
  • Fall 1983: Portfolio Management, taught by Weldon Lodwick, sponsored by Central Bank of Denver.
  • Fall 1984: Parallel Fast Fourier Transforms, taught by Bill Briggs, co-sponsored by National Bureau of Standards and Denelcor.
  • Spring 1985: Intelligent Robot Vision, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Martin Marietta Aerospace.
  • Fall 1985: Artificial Intelligence, Graph Theory and Robot Vision, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Martin Marietta Aerospace.
  • Fall 1985: Parallel Multigrid Methods, taught by Steve McCormick, co-sponsored by Intel Corporation and Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
  • Fall 1985: Manpower Planning, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Denver Department of Public Works.
  • Spring 1986: Vehicle Routing, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Denver Department of Public Works.
  • Fall 1986: Intelligent Mathematical Programming System, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Electronic Data Systems.
  • Spring 1987: Parallel Algorithms for Solving Differential Equations, taught by Steve McCormick, sponsored by Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
  • Spring 1987: Algorithms for Intelligent Robots, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Martin Marietta Aerospace.
  • Fall 1987: Learning Networks, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Martin Marietta Aerospace.
  • Spring 1988: Fluid Dynamics on Parallel Computers, taught by Bill Briggs, sponsored by National Center for Atmospheric Research.
  • Fall 1988: Simulation of Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport, taught by Tom Russell, sponsored by U.S. Geological Survey.
  • Fall 1988: Neural Networks and Artificial Intelligence, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by US West Advanced Technologies.
  • Spring 1989: New Approaches to Hard Problems, taught by Jenny Ryan, sponsored by US West Advanced Technologies.
  • Fall 1989: Combinatorial Network Optimization, taught by Jenny Ryan, sponsored by US West Advanced Technologies.
  • Spring 1990: Dynamic Systems as a Unifying Concept for Adaptive Controls, taught by Weldon Lodwick, sponsored by Martin Marietta Aerospace.
  • Spring 1990: Mathematical Software for Advanced Computers, taught by Roland Sweet, sponsored by Los Alamos National Laboratory.
  • Spring 1990: Heuristics for Combinatorial Optimization, taught by Jenny Ryan, sponsored by US West Advanced Technologies.
  • Spring 1991: Software for Integral Equations, taught by Roland Sweet, sponsored by Los Alamos National Laboratory.
  • Spring 1991: Heuristics for Combinatorial Optimization, taught by Jenny Ryan, sponsored by US West Advanced Technologies.
  • Spring 1992: Development of an Intelligent Mathematical Programming System, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by IMPS Consortium.
  • Fall 1992: Principles of Scientific Computation on Advanced Computers, taught by Roland Sweet, sponsored by Los Alamos National Laboratory.
  • Spring 1994: Modeling and Analysis for Home Food Delivery, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Kentucky Fried Chicken.
  • Fall 1994: Simulating OEA Automobile Airbag Actuator Production, taught by Dave Fisher, sponsored by OEA, Inc.
  • Spring 1995: Development of a Prototype Expert System for the Plant Variety Protection Office Applications Forms, taught by Weldon Lodwick, sponsored by US Department of Agriculture.
  • Fall 1995: Mathematical Programming Models for Environmental Control, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by UCD Math Department.
  • Spring 1996: Prostate Cancer Models, taught by Bill Briggs, sponsored by Division of Urology, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
  • Fall 1996: Optimization Algorithms for Radiation Treatment Planning, taught by Weldon Lodwick, sponsored by Computerized Medical Systems.
  • Fall 1996: Optimization Algorithms for Radiation Treatment Planning, taught by Weldon Lodwick, sponsored by Computerized Medical Systems.
  • Fall 1997: Problems in Digital Image Processing, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by Vexcel Imaging Corporation.
  • Spring 1998: Automatic Calibration of Water Distribution Network Models, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by Denver Water.
  • Spring 1999: Cancer Detection Via Laser Induced Fluorescence Spectroscopy, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by Optical Biopsy Technologies, LLC.
  • Fall 1999: Genetic Algorithms, taught by Bill Briggs, sponsored by ADA Technologies, Inc.
  • Spring 2000: Survivability of the Mars Lander, taught by Karen Kafadar, sponsored by Lockheed Martin Company
  • Fall 2000: Computational Biology, taught by Harvey Greenberg.
  • Spring 2001: Lead Compound Optimization Using Gene Expression Profiling, taught by Stephen Billups.
  • Fall 2001: Biomedical Modeling of Wheelchair Seating Systems, taught by Lynn Bennethum, sponsored by Ron Rorrer, CU-Denver Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Veteran's Administration
  • Spring 2002: Pathway Inference: Computational Issues, taught by Harvey Greenberg. Supplement 1 to the Final Report. Supplement 2 to the Final report.
  • Fall 2002: Image Processing and Radiation Therapy, taught by Weldon A. Lodwick, sponsored Department of Radiation Oncology - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
  • Spring 2003: Mathematical Models for Risk Analysis of Portfolio Investments, taught by Weldon A. Lodwick sponsored by K. David Jamison, Actuary Watson & Wyatt
  • Fall 2003: Mathematical Models for Peace, taught by Weldon A. Lodwick
  • Fall 2004: Geographic Detection of Disease Clusters: West Nile Virus in Colorado, taught by Karen Kafadar, sponsored by Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment.
  • Spring 2005: Satellite Payload Scheduling with Dynamic Tasking, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by Raytheon.
  • Spring 2006: Yield Management Pricing for Inventory Location Control, taught by taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Budget Truck Rental.
  • Fall 2006: Yield Management Pricing for Inventory Location Control, taught by taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Budget Truck Rental.
  • Spring 2006: Satellite Mission Scheduling with Dynamic Tasking II, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by Raytheon.
  • Spring 2007: Modeling Tissue Dynamics, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by Randall Tagg, Department of Physics, University of Colordo at Denver and Health Sciences Center.
  • Fall 2007: Modeling Mutation Rates for Avian Flu Neuraminidases, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation).
  • Spring 2008: Preparing for the Democratic National Convention, taught by Harvey Greenberg.
  • Fall 2008 & Spring 2009: Medical Image Analysis Using Artificial Neural Networks, Support Vector Machines, and Fuzzy Sets, taught by Weldon A. Lodwick.
  • Fall 2009: Electrical Box Placement and Wiring for Launch Vehicles, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by United Launch Alliance.