DD17 Strobl
List of Invited Speakers
Member Affiliation Topic
Mark Adams Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
Columbia University
USA
Algebraic multigrid methods for mechanical engineering applications
Mark Ainsworth Mathematics Department
Strathclyde University
UNITED KINGDOM
Robustness of some simple smoothers for finite element and boundary elements on nonquasiuniform meshes
Zoran Andjelic ABB Schweiz AG
SWITZERLAND
BEM: Opening the New Frontiers in the Industrial Products Design
Martin Gander University of Geneva
SWITZERLAND
Time Domain Decomposition Methods
Laurence Halpern Galilée Institute
University of Paris 13
FRANCE
Schwarz waveform relaxation algorithms : theory and applications
Matthias Heinkenschloss Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
Rice University
USA
Domain Decomposition Methods for PDE Constrained Optimization
Hyea Hyun Kim Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University
USA
Domain Decomposition Algorithms for Mortar Discretizations
Rolf Krause Institute for Applied Mathematics
University of Bonn
GERMANY
On the Multiscale Solution of Constrained Problems in Linear Elasticity
Yuri Kuznetsov Department of Mathematics
University of Houston
USA
Domain Decomposition Preconditioners for Anisotropic Diffusion
Raytcho Lazarov Department of Mathematics
Texas A&M University
USA
Preconditioning of Discontinuous Galerkin FEM of Second Order Elliptic Problems (pdf)
Young-Ju Lee Department of Mathematics
University of California, Los Angeles
USA
Convergence theories of the subspace correction methods for singular and nearly singular system of equations (pdf)
Günter Leugering Institute for Applied Mathematics
Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuernberg
GERMANY
Domain decomposition in optimal control of partial differential equations on networked domains
Jacques Periaux CIMNE/UPC Barcelona
SPAIN
A Domain Decomposition /Nash equilibrium Methodology for the Solution of Direct and Inverse Problems in Fluid Dynamics
Olaf Steinbach Institute for Computational Mathematics
Graz University of Technology
AUSTRIA
Boundary Element Domain Decomposition Methods: Challenges and Applications
Mary Wheeler Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences
University of Texas at Austin
USA
A Domain Decomposition Multiscale Mortar Mixed Method for Flow in Porous Media

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