Monash Worskhop on Numerical Differential Equations and Applications
Dates: 10–14 February 2020
Venue: School of Mathematics, Monash University, Melbourne
The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers developing, analysing or using numerical methods for differential equations. Topics covered in the workshop include, but are not limited to:
- equations with random input
- finite element methods
- high-order schemes
- adaptative methods
- non-linear problems
- sparse grids
- Monte-Carlo methods
- Bayesian computations
- linear solvers
- various applications (fluid-structure interactions, chemistry, biology, …), etc.
The workshop will have keynote presentations and contributed talks.
- Lorenzo Botti (Univ. Bergamo, Italy)
- Victor Calo (Curtin Univ.)
- Elliot Carr (Queensland Univ. Tech.)
- Lucia Gastaldi (Univ. Brescia, Italy)
- Markus Hegland (Australian Nat. Univ.)
- Christopher Kees (US Army Coastal and Hydraulics Lab., USA)
- Kody Law (Univ. Manchester, UK)
- Kent-Andre Mardal (Univ. Oslo, Norway)
Preconditioners for monolitic multi-physics problems – with applications toward the biomechanics of the brain.
- Ian Sloan (Univ. New South Wales)
- Martin Stynes (Beijing Computational Science Res. Ctr., PR China)
- Ashley Willis (Univ. Sheffield, UK)
Transition in subcritical turbulent shear flows – invariant solutions and optimally growing states on the edge of chaos.
Full details can be found on the webpage: http://users.monash.edu/~jdroniou/MWDEA/
Registrations are open, with a deadline of 10 January 2020.
Student support to participate in the conference will be available, with details confirmed at a later date.
See you in Monash next year!
- Santiago Badia (Monash Univ.)
- Jérôme Droniou (Monash Univ.)