A conference on numerical analysis and scientific computing
for graduate students and postdocs from the Mid-Atlantic region.
This one-day meeting will start at 10am to allow same-day 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 an opportunity for graduate students and postdocs to present their research, and to meet other researchers.
There will be contributed talks (15-20 minutes each) and a poster session.
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.
If you would like to participate (in any form), please register using the online registration form.
|9:20- 9:50||Registration and coffee|
|10:00-11:00||Presentations (Flows I)|
|12:40-14:30||Lunch and poster session|
|14:30-15:30||Keynote lecture (William Layton)|
|15:45-16:45||Presentations (Flows II)|
|17:00-18:00||Presentations (Accurate Methods for Evolution Equations)|
|18:45-20:30||Group dinner (attendance optional)|
|Dong||Zhou||Temple University||Jet schemes for Hamilton-Jacobi equations using an evolve-and-project framework|
|Jingmin||Chen||Drexel University||Subdivision surfaces and Willmore flow problem|
|Aziz||Takhirov||University of Pittsburgh||Flow in pebble bed geometries|
|Jyoti||Saraswat||University of Maryland, Baltimore County||Multigrid solution of a distributed optimal control problem constrained by a semilinear elliptic PDE|
|Ana Maria||Soane||University of Maryland, Baltimore County||Multigrid preconditioners for optimal control problems in fluid flow|
|Tim||Mitchell||Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU||State of the art HIFOO: H-infinity controller optimization for large and sparse systems|
|Stephen David||Shank||Temple University||Krylov subspace methods for large scale constrained Sylvester equations|
|Edward Geoffrey||Phillips||University of Maryland, College Park||Approximate commutator preconditioners for variable viscosity Navier-Stokes equations|
|Longfei||Li||University of Delaware||Tear film dynamics on an eye-shaped domain|
|Ignacio||Tomas||University of Maryland, College Park||Analysis of fully discrete scheme for the Micropolar Navier-Stokes equations|
|Accurate Methods for Evolution Equations|
|Qunhui||Han||University of Delaware||Reconstructing of the flip rate of a Broadwell process using the project method and downward continuation method|
|Kaveh||Laksari||Temple University, Mechanical Engineering||Modeling solid mechanics using discontinuous Galerkin methods|
|Abner J.||Salgado||University of Maryland, College Park||A TV diminishing interpolation operator and applications|
|Prince||Chidyagwai||Temple University||Discontinuous Galerkin method for moment closures for radiative transfer|
|Quan||Deng||University of Delaware||Tear film evolution in 2-D rectangular domain|
|Shimao||Fan||Temple University||A data-fitted generalized Aw-Rascle-Zhang model|
|Sunnie||Joshi||Temple University||A least-squares formulation of an inverse Sturm-Liouville problem and its finite element implementation|
|Geunseop||Lee||Pennsylvania State University||Fast algorithm for total least squares problems with Tikhonov regularization|
|Kathryn||Lund||Temple University||Five dimensions of traffic|
|Bart||Vandereycken||Princeton University||The geometry of algorithms using hierarchical Tucker tensors|
Blocks of rooms have been set aside at the following hotel for the period 1-3 November 2012.
Reservations need to be made by 2 October 2012.
Email: naday -at- temple.edu
Benjamin Seibold and Daniel B. Szyld
Sponsored by the Department of Mathematics, the College of Science and Technology, and the Graduate School, Temple University.