A conference on numerical analysis and scientific computing
for graduate students and postdocs from the MidAtlantic region.
Lisa Fauci,

This oneday meeting will start at 10 AM to allow sameday travel.
It will be held in Room 617
Wachman Hall,
Temple University, 1805 North Broad street, just north of Montgomery Avenue
(see directions on right margin).
It will be a opportunity for graduate students and postdocs to
present their research, and to meet other researchers.
Contributed talks will be 15 minutes each.
There will be no registration fee.
In order to guarantee appropriate space in the lecture rooms,
we ask every participant to please register in advance
(even if you are not planning to give a talk).
You can download the Conference Book of Abstracts and Program.
You can download a small conference poster.
The abstract submission deadline is over. Please do register if you would like to attend the event without giving a presentation, using this registration form.
9:20 9:50  Registration and coffee 
9:5010:00  Opening remarks 
10:0011:00  Presentations (Eigenvalues and Other Spectral Properies of Matrices) 
11:0011:10  Questions and discussion 
11:1011:25  Coffee break 
11:2512:40  Presentations (Modeling and Numerical Methods) 
12:4012:50  Questions and discussion 
12:5014:00  Lunch 
14:0015:00  Keynote lecture (Lisa Fauci) 
15:0015:15  Coffee break 
15:1516:30  Presentations (Numerical Analysis for PDE) 
16:3016:40  Questions and discussion 
16:4016:55  Coffee break 
16:5517:55  Presentations (Solution of Linear Systems) 
17:5518:05  Questions and discussion 
18:0518:15  Closing reamrks 
19:0021:00  Group dinner (attendence optional) 
Eigenvalues and Other Spectral Properies of Matrices  

Tiara Danielle  Turner  Delaware State University  A mixed finite element method for Helmholtz transmission eigenvalues 
Fei  Xue  Temple University  Local convergence analysis of several inexact Newtontype methods for general nonlinear eigenvalue problems 
Minghao  Wu  University of Maryland  Lyapunov inverse iteration for identifying Hopf bifurcations in models of incompressible flow 
Mert  Gurbuzbalaban  New York University  Fast algorithms for computing the stability radius of a matrix 
Modeling and Numerical Methods  
Feiyu  Chen  Delaware State University  Partial volume simulation in software breast phantoms 
Prince  Chidyagwai  Temple University  Discontinuous Galerkin method for 2D moment closures for radiative transfer 
Quan  Deng  University of Delaware  Tear film with moving boundary condition 
Shimao  Fan  Temple University  Traffic flow simulations on road networks 
Aziz  Takhirov  University of Pittsburgh  Improved accuracy in regularlization models of incompressible flow via adaptive nonlinear filtering 
Numerical Analysis for PDE  
Qifeng  Liao  University of Maryland  Effective error estimators for low order elements 
DukSoon  Oh  New York University  Domain decomposition methods for RaviartThomas vector fields 
Christopher William  Miller  University of Maryland  Stochastic collocation with kernel density estimation 
Fang  Zeng  Delaware State University  An inverse electromagnetic scattering problem for cavity 
Changhui  Tan  University of Maryland  Hierarchical construction of bounded solutions of divU=F in critical regularity spaces 
Solution of Linear Systems  
Edward Geoffrey  Phillips  University of Maryland  Block preconditioners for an exact penalty viscoresistive MHD formulation 
Stephen  Shank  Temple University  Overlapping blocks by growing a partition with applications to preconditioning 
Claudio E.  Torres  University of Delaware  Fast and accurate Stokes' approximation for hydrodynamic interactions 
Kirk  Soodhalter  Temple University  Block Krylov subspace recycling 
Blocks of rooms have been set aside at two area hotels for the evenings of Thursday 3 November, and Friday 4 November 2011.
In both cases, reservations need to be made by 4 October 2011.
Email: naday at temple.edu
Benjamin Seibold and Daniel B. Szyld
Sponsored by the Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Technology, and The Graduate School, Temple University