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From: Osman Yasar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2000 23:25:42 -0400
Subject: Computational Science Course on the Web
Please be informed that I will be offering an online course next Fall.
This is an introductory course in computational science for entering
undergraduate (and perhaps even graduate) students. Would any of your
students have any interest in taking part in this? This course is
offered via SUNY Learning Network and more information is available at
Professor and Chair
Department of Computational Science
State University of New York - Brockport
From: Ben Jesson <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2000 14:12:42 +0100 (BST)
Subject: European SGI/Cray MPP Workshop
Sixth European SGI/Cray MPP Workshop
7th-8th September 2000
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
This two-day workshop is aimed at application developers and end users
of massively-parallel computer systems such as the Cray T3E and Origin
2000, and will feature papers on subjects such as parallel
programming, performance optimisation, parallel numerical algorithms
and a number of computational science applications. Key-note
presentations on the future of high-performance computer systems will
be given by Silicon Graphics Inc. and Cray Inc. Please note that there
is no registration fee for the workshop. For full details, including
the workshop programme and registration information, please see:
From: Esmond G Ng <EGNg@lbl.gov>
Date: Wed, 09 Aug 2000 14:32:22 -0700
Subject: Conference on Preconditioning
Preconditioning 2001 - Preliminary Announcement
The 2001 International Conference on Preconditioning Techniques for
Large Sparse Matrix Problems will be held Sunday, April 29th through
Tuesday, May 1st, 2001, at the Granlibakken Resort and Conference
Center in Tahoe City, California.
The conference chairs are
Esmond G. Ng, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Wei-Pai Tang, University of Waterloo, Canada
The program committee includes
Steven Ashby, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Owe Axelsson, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen, Netherlands
Tony Chan, University of California, Los Angeles
Iain Duff, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
Howard Elman, University of Maryland
Gene Golub, Stanford University
David Keyes, The Old Dominion University
Daniel Pierce, The Boeing Company
Henk van der Vorst, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Preconditioning 2001 focuses on preconditioning techniques for solving
various matrix problems, particularly those that are relevant to
large-scale scientific and industrial applications.
There will be both invited talks as well as contributed talks. A call
for contributed papers is forthcoming.
For further information, please send email to
From: Jacquie Bauwens <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 08 Aug 2000 09:26:50 -0700
Subject: Faculty Positions at UCLA
POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES.
We invite applications for a variety of regular and temporary junior
faculty teaching positions in Pure & Applied Mathematics, VIGRE and in our
Program in Computing (PIC). Exceptional promise in research and teaching
E.R. Hedrick Assistant Professorships in Core Mathematics.
Assistant Professorships in Computational & Applied Mathematics (CAM).
Adjunct Assistant Professorships.
VIGRE Assistant Professorships.
Lectureship in the Program in Computing (PIC)
(An M.S. in Computer Science or equivalent degree is preferred).
Positions are subject to availability of resources and administrative approval.
Preference will be given to applications completed by January 8, 2001..
Detailed information available at http://www.math.ucla.edu/~search or
write to Staff Search, UCLA, Department of Mathematics, Los Angeles, CA
90095-1555. Email: email@example.com. UCLA is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action employer.
From: Aslak Tveito <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2000 13:02:29 +0200
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at University of Oslo
Postdoctoral position at the University of Oslo, Department of Informatics
The Scientific software group at the Department of Informatics has been
awarded funding for a two-year post-doc position. Applicants should
have completed, or be close to completing, a Ph.D. in scientific
computing, preferably within the field of computations based on partial
differential equations. Good programming skills and knowledge of
numerical methods are expected.
The activity of the group is presented at http://www.ifi.uio.no/~tpv/
For the post-doc project, we will focus on partial differential equations
arising in mathematical models for ultrasound applications. In medical
ultrasound imaging, the propagation of ultrasound energy is governed by
the linear and non-linear acoustic wave equation. In real-life imaging,
the medium is assumed to be homogenous, but in practice the velocity of
sound will vary. The purpose of this project is to establish a simulator
for wave propagation in human tissue in order to study problems like wave
propagation in lesions in the breast, and in general the effect of phase
aberrations on ultrasound images.
Candidates are encouraged to send an application including a CV and a
list of publications to:
Professor Aslak Tveito
Department of Informatics
The University of Oslo
P.O.Box 1080 Blindern
From: A. R. Champneys <A.R.Champneys@bristol.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2000 14:15:45 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Bristol/Loughborough
2 year postdoc position at Bristol/Loughborough (UK)
Dr Alan Champneys (Dept of Engineering Mathematics, University of
Bristol) and Dr Vassilis Rothos (School of Mathematical Sciences,
University of Loughborough) are looking for a 2 year research assistant
to start as soon as possible, definitely by 1st Jan 2000.
The project is entitled
``A global approach to understanding localised structures
in nonlinear dispersive wave systems''
and will encompass a mixture of techniques from computational
mathematics/numerical analysis, dynamical systems and nonlinear waves.
A candidate holding (or just about to obtain) a PhD with expertise in
at least one, preferably two of these areas. The project is funded by
EPSRC. The grant also has money for visits from several experts in
this field to the UK with the aim of setting up international
The RA will be expected to divide his time between Loughborough and
Bristol with the specifics to be be decided by mutual arrangement.
Funding is available for a starting salary to point 8 on the UK
Research Assistant scale (18915 pounds per annum).
Further details are available on the web page
Informal enquiries are welcome to
A.R.Champneys@bristol.ac.uk or V.M.Rothos@lboro.ac.uk
Hardcopy further details and an application form may be obtained by
phoning 0117 954 6947 or
minicom 0117 928 8894 or
stating postal address only and quoting reference 6715
The completed application form together with a CV which includes the
name and address of 3 referees, should be sent to:
The Personnel Office
University of Bristol
Bristol BS8 1TH
Again quoting reference 6715.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS 15th SEPT 2000
From: Gabriel Gatica <Gabriel.Gatica@ing-mat.udec.cl>
Date: Wed, 09 Aug 2000 16:04:30 -0400
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at University of Concepcion, Chile
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION AT UNIVERSITY OF CONCEPCION, CHILE
The Department of Mathematical Engineering of the University of Concepcion
invites applications for 1 postdoctoral position in Mathematics. This is a
6 months-position starting not later than October 1, 2000, renewable for
additional 6 months. The research area must be one of the following:
Optimization, Partial Differential Equations, and Numerical Analysis.
The applicants must have a Ph. D. degree obtained during the last five years.
They must provide CV, statement of purpose, degree certificate and two
confidential letters of recommendation.
For more information write to Mrs. Cecilia Leiva at email@example.com
Application Deadline: August 31, 2000.
Send application to:
Departamento de Ingenieria Matematica
Facultad de Ciencias Fisicas y Matematicas
Universidad de Concepcion
From: Erricos John Kontoghiorghes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 2000 13:48:09 +0100
Subject: Research Assistantships in Neuchatel and Zurich
Ph.D. Research Opportunity in
PARALLEL ALGORITHMS & ECONOMETRICS
Applications are invited for a Ph.D. studentships (research
assistantship) in the Department of Computer Science, University of
Neuchatel and ETHZ, Switzerland.
The project aims to extend recent research in the development of
parallel algorithms and efficient numerical tools for solving
large-scale econometric estimation problems. The various aspects of
the research include:
o Development of numerically efficient methods for solving
econometric estimation problems.
o The computational efficient solution of the various matrix
problems arising in the estimation methods.
o Parallelization of the algorithms.
Research is expected to be pursued in the three areas listed above.
The weight of research carried out into each topic will depend on the
skills of the researcher(s).
Applicants should be able to demonstrate good knowledge in two of the
following: Parallel Computing, Numerical Linear Algebra, and
Econometrics & Statistics (Linear Models). The working language will
Requests for further details and application in the form of CV (plain
text sent by e-mail - NO word docs, postscript or pdf) should be
Erricos J. Kontoghiorghes <email@example.com>
From: Elsevier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, 5 Aug 2000 07:54:31 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Contents, Computer Physics Communications
Journal: Computer Physics Communications
ISSN : 0010-4655
Volume : 128
Issue : 1-2
Date : 09-Jun-2000
Visit the journal at http://www.elsevier.nl/locate/jnlnr/05194
New algebraic formulation of density functional calculation
S. Ismail-Beigi, T.A. Arias
Fully coupled six-dimensional calculations of rovibrational eigenstates of
floppy four-atom molecules
Multithreaded shared memory parallel implementation of the electronic
structure code GAMESS
B. Bolding, K. Baldridge
Linear-scaling parallel algorithms for the first principles treatment of
S.C. Watson, E.A. Carter
A general parallel sparse-blocked matrix multiply for linear scaling SCF
Parallel tight-binding molecular dynamics simulations on symmetric
L. Colombo, M. Rosati
Parallel computations of molecular dynamics trajectories using the
stochastic path approach
V. Zaloj, R. Elber
Parallel spin-orbit coupled configuration interaction
J.L. Tilson, W.C. Ermler, R.M. Pitzer
SCELib: A parallel computational library of molecular properties in the
single center approach
N. Sanna, F.A. Gianturco
Parallelization of SCF calculations within Q-Chem
T.R. Furlani, J. Kong, P.M.W. Gill
Parallel strategies for four-atom quantum dynamics calculations
The Distributed Data Interface in GAMESS
G.D. Fletcher, M.W. Schmidt, B.M. Bode, M.S. Gordon
Random walk beyond Hartree-Fock
J.E. Gubernatis, M. Guerrero^1
Parallel molecular dynamics simulations of alkane/hydroxylated @a -aluminum
S. Roy, R.Y. Jin, V. Chaudhary, W.L. Hase
Parallel atomistic simulations
Multi-threading: A new dimension to massively parallel scientific computation
I.M.B. Nielsen, C.L. Janssen
Multiresolution algorithms for massively parallel molecular dynamics
simulations of nanostructured materials
R.K. Kalia, T.J. Campbell, A. Chatterjee, A. Nakano, P. Vashishta, S. Ogata
High performance computational chemistry: An overview of NWChem a
distributed parallel application
R.A. Kendall, E. Apra, D.E. Bernholdt, E.J. Bylaska^1, M. Dupuis^1, G.I.
Fann^1, R.J. Harrison^1, J. Ju, J.A. Nichols^1, J. Nieplocha^2, T.P.
Straatsma^1, T.L. Windus^1, A.T. Wong
Parallel aspects of quantum molecular dynamics simulations of liquids
F. Hedman, A. Laaksonen
Computational granularity and parallel models to scale up reactive
A. Lagana, S. Crocchianti, A. Bolloni, V. Piermarini, R. Baraglia, R.
Ferrini, D. Laforenza
Parallel implementation of a pseudo-spectral calculation of molecular
energy levels: Application to the water dimer (H "2 O) "2
P. Eggert, A. Viel, C. Leforestier
Metacomputing, an emerging technology?
Exploiting multiple levels of parallelism in Molecular Dynamics based
calculations via modern techniques and software paradigms on distributed
M.E. Tuckerman, D.A. Yarne, S.O. Samuelson, A.L. Hughes, G.J. Martyna
NWChem: Exploiting parallelism in molecular simulations
T.P. Straatsma, M. Philippopoulos, J.A. McCammon
Parallel computational studies of electron-molecule collisions
C. Winstead, V. McKoy
Efficient parallel algorithms in global optimization of potential energy
functions for peptides, proteins, and crystals
J. Lee, J.x. Pillardy, C. Czaplewski, Y. Arnautova, D.R. Ripoll, A. Liwo,
K.D. Gibson, R.J. Wawak, H.A. Scheraga
Parallel calculations of molecular properties
D. Jonsson, K. Ruud, P.R. Taylor
Bound and quasi-bound rotation-vibrational states using massively parallel
H.Y. Mussa, J. Tennyson
Parallel Fourier Path-Integral Monte Carlo calculations of absolute free
energies and chemical equilibria
J. Srinivasan, Y.L. Volobuev, S.L. Mielke, D.G. Truhlar
An MIMD strategy for quantum mechanical reactive scattering calculations
Y.L. Volobuev, D.G. Truhlar
Parallel molecular dynamics simulations for short-ranged many-body
C.F. Cornwell, L.T. Wille
Dynasol: A visual quantum dynamics package
T. Peng, D.H. Zhang, D.-Y. Wang, Y.-M. Li, J.Z.H. Zhang
A parallel Full-CI algorithm
R. Ansaloni, G.L. Bendazzoli, S. Evangelisti, E. Rossi
Stabilization methods for quantum mechanical resonance states of four-body
Y.L. Volobuev, D.G. Truhlar
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