SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DOMAIN DECOMPOSITION METHODS IN SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING COMPUTING Keller Conference Center Pennsylvania State University University Park, Pennsylvania October 27--30, 1993 ABOUT THE CONFERENCE: Domain decomposition refers to a class numerical methods for obtaining solutions of scientific and engineering problems by combining solutions to problems posed on physical subdomains, or, more generally, by combining solutions to appropriately constructed subproblems. It has become a subject of intense interest recently because of its suitability for implementation on high-performance computer architectures. The aim of this conference, and of similar gatherings in the series, is to bring together researchers with different backgrounds working in this active area to discuss recent and prospective advances and to promote interaction among applied scientists, computer scientists, and numerical analysts. FORMAT AND THEMES: The conference will feature invited lectures, selected contributed papers and poster presentations. Themes of the conference will range from basic theoretical research to industrial applications related to domain decomposition (DD) method, including: numerical analysis of DD methods block and substructuring methods multigrid and multilevel methods fictitious domain methods DD methods for high order and spectral methods DD methods for nonlinear and time dependent problems DD methods in computational fluid dynamics and structural mechanics graph decomposition general iterative and preconditioning methods parallel implementations software developments CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS: The conference proceedings will be published by the American Mathematical Society in the series Contemporary Mathematics. Refereed papers from both invited and contributed talks may appear in the proceedings. CONTRIBUTED PAPERS: Potential contributors should submit an abstract of no more than one page by May 15, 1993 to the conference secretary at the address below. The submission of the abstract through e-mail is preferred. Plain TeX, AMSTeX and LaTeX are all welcome and sample tex macros are available via anonymous ftp to ftp.math.psu.edu (18.104.22.168) in the directory pub/ddm7. Plain text (ASCII) files are also acceptable. Submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee of the conference and authors will be notified by July 15, 1993. CONFERENCE DEADLINES: Abstracts May 15, 1993 Lodging Reservations Sept. 27, 1993 Early Registration Sept. 27, 1993 Conference Poster
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: The conference will be organized by the Department of Mathematics at Penn State University. The organizing committee, chaired by J. Xu, consists of: D. Arnold, J. Bona, M. Chen, A. Haghighat, J. Shen, S.Tavener, and J. Xu. SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE: J. Bramble (Cornell), T. Chan (U.C.L.A.), R. Chin (IUPUI), P. Deuflhard (Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum, Berlin), R. Glowinski (Univ. of Houston), G. Golub (Stanford), D. Keyes (Yale), Y. Kuznetsov (Russia Academy of Science), J. Periaux (GAMNI/SMAI, Paris), A. Quarteroni (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), O. Widlund (Courant Institute), and J. Xu (Penn State). INVITED SPEAKERS: R. Bank (UCSD), J. Bramble (Cornell), F. Brezzi (Pavia, Italy), R. Brown (MIT), T. Chan (UCLA), W. Coughran (Bell Lab), P. Deuflhard (Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum, Germany), R. Ewing (TAMU), H. Kawarada (Chiba, Japan), Y. Kuznetsov (Russia Academy of Science), P. Le Tallec (INRIA, France), J. Mandel (Univ. of Colorado at Denver), Y. Maday (Univ. de Pierre et Marie Curie, France), T. Mathew (univ. of Wyoming), M. Mu (Purdue), S. Nepomnyaschikh (Novosibirsk, Russia), P. Oswald (Jena, Germany), J. Periaux (GAMNI/SMAI, France), R. Scott (Univ. of Houston), J. Scroggs (NC State), Z. Shi (Academia Sinica, China), H. Simon (Ames), B. Smith (UCLA), M. Wheeler (Rice), D. P. Young (Boeing), H. Yserentant (Tuebingen, Germany). TIME AND LOCATION: Those who arrive early will be able to register at a reception on Tuesday, October 26 at 6:30pm. Final registration will start at 8:00am on Wednesday, October 27. The conference will begin at 9:00am Wednesday and will end on Saturday, October 30. The conference will be held at the Keller Conference Center on Penn State's University Park Campus in State College, Pennsylvania. The campus is in the center of the state on Route 26 and 322, south of Interstate 80. It is on the main eastwest route of both the Greyhound and Fullington trailways bus lines. USAir Express and United Express serve the State College/University Park Airport, located five miles from the campus. Rental cars and limousine and taxi services between the campus and the airport are available. FEES AND REGISTRATION: The early registration fee (before Sep. 27) is $175 ($50 for students). The registration fee after Sep. 27 is $200 ($60 for students). The fee covers the opening reception, instruction, materials, conference proceedings, the conference banquet held Friday evening at 7:00pm and break refreshments. It may be paid by check, money order, VISA/MasterCard, or request to bill employer. To register, complete the form enclosed below and return it by Sep. 27. to Jack Sinclair Penn State University Email: JWS5@OAS.PSU.EDU 409 Keller Conference Center Tel. 814-863-1744 University Park, PA 16802-1304 Fax. 814-865-3749 Registration will be acknowledged by mail. Refunds will be made for cancellations received by Sep. 27. After that, the participant or organization will be held responsible for the fee. Anyone who is registered but cannot attend may send a substitute. To receive a permit for on-campus parking, add $12 (nonrefundable) to your fee payment. ACCOMMODATIONS: Participants are responsible for their own housing arrangements. Blocks of rooms have been reserved (till Sept. 27) at the following hotels: Nittany Lion Inn Nittany Budget Inn North Atherton St at Park Ave 1274 North Atherton st State College, PA 16803-3598 State College, PA 16801 Tel. 814-231-7500/800-233-7505 Tel. 814-237-7638/800-248-8493 Fax. 814-231-7510 No fax number Single: $58 Double: $66 Single: $30 Double: $40 Days Inn Penn State Friendship Inn 240 South Pugh St 1040 North Atherton st State College, PA 16801 State College, PA 16801 Tel. 814-238-8454/800-258-days Tel. 814-238-6783/800-4-choice Fax. 814-234-3377 Fax. 814-238-4519 Single: $67 Double: $77 Single: $36 Double: $46 FOR MORE INFORMATION: Dr. Jinchao Xu Ms. R. 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A final performance report
The development of high performance parallel computers has made domain decomposition and related methods one of the most important techniques in modern scientific and engineering computation, and the aim of the conference was to bring together the leading researchers, both established and younger scientists, in this increasingly active and highly interdisciplinary field to survey and review the current state of research and to promote interaction between scientists with different backgrounds. The conference featured 27 invited speakers, 62 contributed talks and 15 poster presentations, with more than 150 participants (including mathematicians, engineers, physical scientists, and computer scientists) from 18 different countries. More than 20 graduate students and young researchers were able to attend the conference thanks to the support from NSF. This conference was one of the best attended ones of the field in recent years and was very carefully organized (for example, there was not even one single cancellation for the numerous scheduled presentations). A conference proceedings has been published by American Mathematical Society and it represents some of the most recent and most significant developments in the field.