
THEMATIC PROGRAMS 

February 19, 2019  
Numerical and Computational Challenges in Science and EngineeringWorkshop on Numerical Linear Algebra in Scientific and Engineering
Applications

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE


Monday October 29  
8:30  9:00  Opening Remarks 
9:00  10:00  Francois Gygi, Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratory Numerical challenges of largescale firstprinciples molecular dynamics 
10:00  10:20  Coffee Break 
10:20  11:20  Lieven De Lathauwer, Universite de CergyPontoise Independent component analysis and multilinear algebra 
11:20  12:00  Wilfried N. Gansterer, University of Tennessee Approximating Eigenpairs in Quantum Chemistry (pdf file of presentation) 
12:00 1:30  Lunch Break 
1:30  2:30  Jacob White, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology Model Order Reduction Applied to IC Design Problems 
2:30  3:10  Chen Greif, Parametric Technology Corporation Techniques for solving indefinite linear systems 
3:10  3:30  Afternoon Tea 
3:30  4: 30  Gene Golub, Stanford University Coxeter Lecture #1  Matrices, moments and quadrature 
4:30  6:30  Reception 
Tuesday October 30  
8:30  9:30  Marko Huhtanen, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology On generating discrete orthogonal bivariate polynomials 
9:30  10:30  Jianbo Shi, Carnegie Mellon University Image Segmentation and Grouping with Normalize Cut 
10:30  10:50  Coffee Break 
10:50  11:30  Kenneth Driessel, Colorado State University On a Zeropreserving Isospectral Flow 
11:30  12:10  Justin Wan, University of Waterloo Solving Complex Symmetric Linear Systems with Multiple RightHand Sides 
12:10  1:30  Lunch Break 
1:30  2:30  Olavi Nevanlinna, Helsinki University
of Technology Bounds for Krylov solvers which are robust in low rank perturbations 
2:30  3:10  Oleg Diyankov, Russian Federal Nuclear CentreVNIITF The ILUtype Preconditioner with 2 Drop Tolerance Parameters 
3:10  3:30  Afternoon Tea 
3:30  4:30  Gene Golub, Stanford University Coxeter Lecture #2 Matrices, moments and quadrature 
Wednesday October 31  
8:30  9:30  John Reid, Rutherford Appleton
Laboratory Frontal and multifrontal codes in HSL 2000 for direct solution of large sparse sets of linear equations 
9:30  10:30  Mark Baertschy, University of Colorado, Boulder Solution of a threeBody problem in quantum mechanics using sparse linear algebra on parallel compucters 
10:30  10:50  Coffee Break 
10:50  11:30  Tucker Carrington, Universite de Montreal Using Preconditioned Inexact Spectral Transform Methods to Calculate Vibration Energy Levels and Metastables State Lifetimes 
11:30  12:10  Dhavide Aruliah, The Fields Institute Multigrid Preconitioning for Timeharmonic Maxwell's Equations in 3D 
12:10  1:30  Lunch Break 
1:30  2:30  Nicola Mastronardi, Katholieke Universiteit
Leuven Fast algorithms for Structured Total Least Squares in Speech Compression 
2:30  3:10  Zhaojun Bai, University of California,
Davis Secondorder Dynamical Systems: quadratic eigenvalue problem and reducedorder modeling 
3:10  3:30  Afternoon Tea 
3:30  4:30  XiaoWen Chang, McGill University A Recursive Least Squares Approach for GPS Based Positioning 
Thursday November 1  
8:30  9:30  Jim Nagy, Emory University Preconditioned Iterative Methods for Image Restoration 
9:30  10:30  Chao Yang, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Computational Challenges in CryoElectron Microscopy Image Reconstruction 
10:30  10:50  Coffee Break 
10:50  11:30  Richard B. Lehoucq, Sandia National
Labs An Automated Multilevel Substructuring Method for Eigenspace Computation in Linear Elastodynamics 
11:30  12:10  Nicola Mastronardi, Katholieke Universiteit
Leuven Fast computation of the eigenvalues of diagonal plus semiseparable matrices 
12:10  1:30  Lunch Break 
1:30  2:30  Peter Forsyth, University of Waterloo Penalty methods for American options 
2:30  3:10  Petter Wiberg, University of Toronto Hedging with Valueatrisk 
3:10  3:30  Afternoon Tea 
3:30  4:30  Gene Golub, Stanford University Coxeter Lecture #3 Matrices, moments and quadrature 
Friday November 2  
8:30  9:30  Eldad Haber, University of British Columbia Techniques for Forward and Inverse Electromagnetic Problems in 3D 
9:30  10:10  Gregory Lewis, The Fields Institute The Numerical Approximation of Eigenvalues in the Differentially Heated Rotating Fluid Annulus 
10:10  10:30  Coffee Break 
10:30 11:10  Xiezhang Li, Georgia Southern University The Representation and Iterative Methods for Drazin Inverse with Complex Spectrum 
11:10  11:50  Christina Christara, University
of Toronto Fast Fourier Transform Solvers and Preconditioners for Quadratic Spline Collocation 
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