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September 19, 2017  
Numerical and Computational Challenges in Science and EngineeringWorkshop on Numerical Linear Algebra in Scientific and Engineering
Applications

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Workshop Schedule and Speaker Abstracts 
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The workshop is sponsored by the SIAM Activity Group on Linear Algebra. 
In the last decade computational work has become as important as theoretical and experimental work in many branches of science and engineering. Numerical linear algebra is often at the heart of many computational science and engineering problems, such as materials science simulations, computational finance, structural biology, and image and signal processing, just to name a few. The success of such computational work relies heavily on the development of stateoftheart algorithms for solving various numerical linear algebra problems.
The goal of the Workshop on Numerical Linear Algebra in Scientific and Engineering Applications is to bring together computational scientists and researchers in numerical linear algebra to foster interaction and collaboration between the two communities. The workshop will highlight not only numerical linear algebra problems arising from several computational science problems, but it will also present recent developments in the area of numerical linear algebra.
The workshop will feature both invited and contributed talks. A list
of invited speakers will be available shortly. Contributed papers (in
text or postscript) can be submitted by email to Esmond
G. Ng (EGNg@lbl.gov) no later than September 15, 2001.
Notification of acceptance is expected to be around mid September, 2001.
Advisory Committee:
Zhaojun Bai, University of California at Davis
Tony Chan, University of California, Los Angeles
Alan Edelman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sabine Van Huffel, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
James Varah, University of British Columbia
Invited Presentations: A tentative list of invited speakers include:
Mark Baertschy,University of Colorado, Boulder
XiaoWen Chang, McGill University
Peter Forsyth, University of Waterloo
Francois Gygi, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Eldad Haber, University of British Columbia
Marko Huhtanen, Stanford University
Lieven De Lathauwer, Universite de CergyPontoise,
Philippe Lemmerling, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Jim Nagy, Emory University
Olavi Nevanlinna, Helsinki University of Technology
Haesun Park, University of Minnesota
John Reid, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Jianbo Shi, Carnegie Mellon University
Baba Vermuri, University of Florida
Jacbo White, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Chao Yang, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Contributed Papers:
Dhavide Aruliah, The Fields Institute
Zhaojun Bai, University of California, Davis
M. Barnabei, University of Bologna
Jeff Bennighof, University of Texas
James R. Bunch, University of California, San Diego
Tucker Carrington, Universite de Montreal
Oleg Diyankov, Russian Federal Nuclear CentreVNIITF
Kenneth Driessel, Colorado State University
Wilfried N. Gansterer, University of Tennessee
Richard B. Lehoucq, Sandia National Labs, New Mexico
Gregory Lewis, The Fields Institute
Xiezhang Li, Georgia Southern University
Nicola Mastronardi, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Richard P. Muller, CalTech
V.Y. Pravilnikov, Russian Federal Nuclear CentreVNIITF
Justin Wan, University of Waterloo
Robert C. Ward, University of Tennessee
Yimin Wei, Georgia Southern University
Petter Wiberg, University of Toronto
Accommodation:
A block of rooms for participants have been arranged at the hotels listed
below. Please request the Fields Institute rate when booking
. In order to ensure your reservation, book before September 28, 2001.
Days Inn 30 Carleton Street, Toronto, ON, M5B 2E9 Tel: 416 9776655 Toll Free 18003679601 (8:30 am 6pm) (approx. $99/night CDN) 
Quality Hotel 280 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON, M5S 1V8 Tel: (416) 9680010 Fax: (416) 9687765 (approx. $125/night CDN) 
For additional accommodation resources, please see the Fields Housing page
The Workshop on Numerical Linear Algebra in Scientific and Engineering
Applications is part of a yearlong program on Numerical and Computational
Challenges in Science and Engineering at the Fields Institute between
August 2001 and July 2002; for details see
http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/0102/numerical/
or contact numerical@fields.utoronto.ca
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