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Swiss Numerics Colloquium - Schweizer Numerik Kolloquium - Colloque Numérique Suisse, April 16, 2010, Zurich

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08:30-12:00 Registration - F Floor (Uhrenhalle)
08:55-09:00 Christoph Schwab, SAM, ETH Zurich: Colloquium Opening
Plenary talk Room G3
09:00-09:50 Thomas Schulthess, ETH Zurich and CSCS Manno
Sustained petaflop/s computing: an application developer's perspective
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09:50-10:15 Coffee Break 1 - HG F (Uhrenhalle)
Session I Room G3
10:15-10:35 Thomas Wihler, University of Bern
Second-Order EllipticPDE with discontinuous boundary conditions
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10:35-10:55 Yves Courvoisier, University of Geneva
Time domain Maxwell equations and Schwarz Waveform Relaxation methods
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10:55-11:15 Matthias Erhardt, Bergische Universität Wuppertal
Modeling boundary conditions for solving stationary Schrödinger equations
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11:15-11:35 Teodora Mitkova, Institute of Mathematics, University of Basel
High-Order Explicit Local Time-Stepping for Damped Wave Equations
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11:35-11:55 Guillaume Jouvet, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Analysis and numerical analysis of a nonlinear Stokes problem arising in glaciology
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11:55-12:15 Roman Andreev, SAM, ETH Zurich
Efficient space-time discretization of parabolic equations
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Session II Room G5
10:15-10:35 Andrea Manzoni, EPFL MATHICSE - CMCS
Model order reduction by reduced basis methods for flow simulation and shape optimization in haemodynamics
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10:35-10:55 Alexander Shapeev, EPFL
Numerical Methods for Complex Crystalline Materials
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10:55-11:15 Hadi Hajibeygi, Institute of Fluid Dynamics, ETH Zurich
Iterative Multiscale Finite Volume Method for Multiphase Flow in heteregeneous Fractured Porous Media
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11:15-11:35 Thomas Hofer, MATHICSE, EPFL
Simulation of alumina dissolution in aluminium electrolysis
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11:35-11:55 Christian Engström, SAM/IFH ETH Zurich
Nonlinear spectral problems with applications to photonic crystals
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11:55-12:15 Holger Brandsmeier, SAM, ETH Zurich
A Multiscale FEM for 2D Photonic Crystal Bands
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Session III Room G19.1
10:15-10:35 Diego Rossinelli, ETHZ - Chair of Computational Science
GPU and Multicore accelerated simulations of bluff body flows using vortex particle methods
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10:35-10:55 Babak Hejazialhosseini, ETHZ - Chair of Computational Science
Space-Time Wavelet adapted Grids on Multicore
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10:55-11:15 Jean Favre, CSCS, Swiss National Supercomputing Center
in-situ Visualization
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11:15-11:35 Roger Käppeli, University of Basel
Numerical tools for the simulation of core-collapse supernovae
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11:35-11:55 John Biddiscombe, CSCS - Swiss National Supercomputing Centre
A thin HDF5 interface for parallel in-situ visualization within ParaView - (together with J. Soumagne)
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11:55-12:15 Jan Poland, ABB Switzerland Ltd. Corporate Research
Nonlinear Control and Estimation for Industrial Processes
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12:15-13:00 Lunch - (Sandwiches provided in F Floor)
13:00-14:00 Poster Session HG F Floor
Session IV Room G3
14:10-14:30 Karen Yeressian, University of Zurich
Spatial Asymptotic Behavior in PDE and its Application in FEM
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14:30-14:50 Stefan Güttel, University of Geneva
Hybrid rational Krylov methods for matrix functions
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14:50-15:10 Sébastien Loisel, University of Geneva
Condition number estimates for the nonoverlapping optimized Schwarz method and the 2-Lagrange multiplier method for general domains and cross points
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15:10-15:30 Tatiana S. Samrowski, University Zurich
A Posteriori Modelling Error Estimates for the Stationary Diffusion Equation with Complicated Diffusion Coefficients
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Session V Room G5
14:10-14:30 Ricardo Ruiz Baier, EPFL, CMCS-MATHICSE
A conforming stabilized finite volume element method for the Stokes' problem
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14:30-14:50 Alexandre Caboussat, University of Houston, visiting EPFL
Numerical Solution of Non-Smooth Diffusion Problems: Application to Sand Mechanics
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14:50-15:10 Benedikt Zeller, Liechtensteinisches Gymnasium
Conservative FEM-simulation of the Einstein-Dirac system in spherically symmetric spacetime
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15:10-15:30 Kersten Schmidt, INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt, France
High order transmission conditions for conductive thin sheets -- asymptotic expansion versus optimal basis
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15:30-16:00 Coffee Break 2 - HG F (Uhrenhalle)
Plenary talk Room G3
16:00-16:50 Siddhartha Mishra, SAM, ETH
Robust high-order finite volume schemes for multi-dimensional ideal MHD equations
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16:50-17:00 Closing

 

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