A conference on numerical analysis and scientific computing
for graduate students and postdocs from the MidAtlantic region.
Daniela Calvetti,
The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Numerical

This oneday meeting will start at 10am to allow sameday travel.
It will be held in Room 617
Wachman Hall,
Temple University, 1805 North Broad street, just north of Montgomery Avenue.
It will be an opportunity for graduate students and postdocs to
present their research, and to meet other researchers.
There will be contributed talks 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.
Lunch will be provided.
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If you would like to participate (in any form), please register using the
online registration form.
The deadline for the submission of abstracts (talk or poster) is October 21, 2019.
Registration for "participation only" can be done at any time.
Note: If you registered before September 20, your registration may have not have been recorded. Please register again in that case. Apologies for the inconvenience.
9:15 9:50  Registration and breakfast (provided) 
9:5010:00  Opening remarks 
10:0010:50  Presentations (Numerical Linear Algebra) 
10:5011:10  Coffee Break 
11:1012:00  Presentations (HighPerformance Computing) 
12:0013:30  Posters and lunch (provided) 
13:3014:30  Keynote lecture (Daniela Calvetti) 
14:3014:45  Coffee break 
14:4516:00  Presentations (Computational PDE) 
16:0016:15  Coffee break 
16:1517:05  Presentations (Modeling, Simulation, and Data Science) 
17:0517:15  Closing remarks 
18:0020:00  Group dinner (attendance optional) 
Numerical Linear Algebra  

Arielle  Carr  Virginia Tech  An inexact Krylov Schur algorithm for computing invariant subspaces 
Vasileios  Kalantzis  IBM Research  Domain decomposition RayleighRitz approaches for symmetric generalized eigenvalue problems 
HighPerformance Computing  
Xiaofeng  Ou  Purdue University  Stable and efficient matrix version of the fast multipole method 
Marco  Berghoff  Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany  Design of highperformance computing applications 
Computational PDE  
Kevin Andrew  Williamson  University of Maryland Baltimore County  Application of adaptive PCMANOVA and reduced basis methods to the stochastic StokesBrinkman problem 
ShangHuan  Chiu  New Jersey Institute of Technology  Viscous transport in eroding porous media 
Samuel Francis  Potter  University of Maryland College Park  Computing the quasipotential for nongradient SDEs in 3D 
Modeling, Simulation, and Data Science  
Rabie  Ramadan  Temple University  A computational study of the stability of jamitons 
Ming  Zhong  Johns Hopkins University  Datadriven discovery of emergent behaviors in collective dynamic 
Abhijit  Biswas  Temple University  Optimal finite volume limiter functions 
Xiaofeng  Cai  University of Delaware  EulerianLagrangian discontinuous Galerkin method for transport problems and its application to nonlinear Vlasov dynamics 
Faycal  Chaouqui  Temple University  Asynchronous twolevel optimized Schwarz method 
Kayla Diann  Davie  University of Maryland College Park  Preconditioners for PDEconstrained optimization problems 
Joshua  Finkelstein  Temple University  A new family of exact Langevin integration methods with application toward coarsegrained dynamics 
Néstor  Sánchez Goycochea  Universidad de Concepción, Chile  A priori and a posteriori error analyses of an unfitted HDG method for semilinear elliptic problems in curved domains 
Please feel free to contact us for information on accommodation.
Email: naday at temple.edu
Benjamin Seibold and Daniel B. Szyld
Sponsored by the Department of Mathematics, the College of Science and Technology, the Graduate School, and the Center for Computational Mathematics and Modeling, Temple University.
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