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Analysis Models and Methods: A conference on Applied Mathematics and Computational Methods in memory of Fred Howes March 01, 2001 - March 03, 2001
Registration Deadline: March 03, 2001 almost 19 years ago
To apply for Funding you must register by: December 01, 2000 about 19 years ago
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Organizers A. Chorin, I. Singer and M. Wright
Description
As manager of the Applied Mathematics Research Program at the Department of Energy, Fred Howes had a clear vision of the dual roles of applied mathematics and computational simulation---as fundamental research in their own right and as connections to applications in science and engineering. Fred's program nurtured and guided a broad spectrum of research at universities and DOE laboratories that has had major impact in both these domains. In honor of Fred's memory, we are organizing a two-day conference to highlight the unifying intellectual themes as well as the mathematical and scientific contributions of research that he sponsored. The speakers will include researchers supported under Fred's program; the talks will cover topics such as analytical and numerical methods for differential equations, asymptotic analysis, mathematical physics, numerical linear algebra, statistical prediction methods, imaging, material science, turbulence, combustion, and subsurface flows. Shuttle Bus Schedule
Keywords and Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC)
Primary Mathematics Subject Classification No Primary AMS MSC
Secondary Mathematics Subject Classification No Secondary AMS MSC
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Mar 01, 2001
Thursday
09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
  Flow through endovascular devices
Angela Cheer
09:50 AM - 11:10 AM
  Chaos and fluid mixing
James Glimm
11:10 AM - 02:00 PM
  Lagrangian-mean and Eulerian-mean turbulence models
Darryl Holm (Imperial College, London)
02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
  Space filling curves and parallel multigrid on Cartesian meshes with embedded geometry
Marsha Berger
02:50 PM - 04:10 PM
  Computing dynamical systems with multiple time scales
John Guckenheimer
04:10 PM - 05:10 PM
  Trace formulas
Peter Lax
Mar 02, 2001
Friday
09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
  The impact of computer architecture on linear algebra algorithms
Jack Dongarra
09:50 AM - 11:10 AM
  Viscous shocks featuring exponential or algebraic asymptotics
Robert O'Malley
11:10 AM - 02:00 PM
  Stiff and constrained systems in computational fluid dynamics
Phillip Colella (Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory)
02:00 PM - 02:50 PM
  Combinatorial algorithms in scientific computing
Bruce Hendrickson
02:50 PM - 04:10 PM
  Evolution and revolution in optimization
Jorge Moré
04:10 PM - 05:10 PM
  Recent developments in geometry and physics
Isadore Singer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Mar 03, 2001
Saturday
09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
  Towards optimal complexity algorithms for optimal design
Barry Smith
09:50 AM - 11:10 AM
  Adaptive moving overlapping grids for the solution of partial differential equations in complex geometry
David Brown (Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory)
11:10 AM - 12:10 PM
  Optimal prediction
Alexandre Chorin (University of California, Berkeley)