LMS Minisymposium on Advanced Decomposition Methods for Partial Differential Equations

This workshop will take place from Monday 2 September to Wednesday 4 September at Kingston University. The objective of this minisymposium is to examine advanced decomposition methods with respect to discretisation for evolution equations with applications to transport phenomena, heat transfer models, micro heat transfer models, financial and economic problems and medical applications. The decomposition considered includes three different aspects, which include (1) spatial decomposition in the form of decoupling of the spatial axes, (2) temporal decomposition induced by transformation and Lie group, and (3) decomposition within micro-scale computational domain. The format of the minisymposium includes plenary talks, contributed talks, a poster session, short PhD project presentations throughout the meeting, and a panel session on the third day to discuss the future trend of decomposition techniques and their numerical properties on parallel and distributed computing environment. The meeting will finish by midday on Wednesday. Agreed plenary speakers include: Prof. Craig Douglas (University of Wyoming), Dr Jurgen Geiser (Humboldt University), Prof. Dongwoo Sheen (Seoul National University), Prof. Qing Sheng (Baylor University). Please check out http://cms1.gre.ac.uk/conferences/LMS2013/inidex.html for submission of papers and registration.
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Professor Choi-Hong LAI
BSc, PhD, CMath, CEng, FIMA, MBCS
Professor of Numerical Mathematics
University of Greenwich - Greenwich Campus School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, London SE10 9LS, U.K.
T: +44 20 8331 8712 (Direct); +44 20 8331 9329 (Secretary)
F: +44 20 8331 8665 (School); +44 20 8331 8665 (Secretary)
M: +44 7852796944
Email: C.H.Lai@gre.ac.uk
http://www.gre.ac.uk/schools/cms
http://staffweb.cms.gre.ac.uk/~C.H.Lai/
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/choi-hong-lai/46/a19/256

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