- Today's Editor:
- Tamara G. Kolda
- Sandia National Labs
- tgkolda@sandia.gov

- Nick Higham elected a Fellow of the Royal Society
- Design optimization test problems
- Fernbach Award Nominations - Deadline 30 June 2007
- subject: f95 version of gaussq.f
- PHAML 1.0 available
- KLU: sparse LU factorization for circuit simulation matrices
- Computational Methods in Finance Conference: July 26-27, 2007
- 1-Day Workshop on Matrix Equations, TU Chemnitz, Jun 2007
- SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, Mar 2008
- Computational Methods in Geosciences, Xian, China, July 5-7, 2007
- Preconditioning 2007 in Toulouse, Jul 2007
- Nonlinearity High-Profile Articles of 2006
- Inverse Problems Editorial Board highlights 2006
- Faculty Position in Mathematical Engineering at Comp. Sci., K.U.Leuven
- University Lecturer, Mathematical Institute, Oxford University
- Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Position at University of Chester, UK
- Postdoctoral position in MHD simulation at Bordeaux University
- PhD Position at French Petroleum Institute / Paris VI University
- PhD position in XFEM-simulation for fluids / Aachen
- Ph.D. Position at RICAM, Austria
- Contents, Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control
- Contents, Nonlinearity, volume 20, issue 6, June 2007
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From: Nick Trefethen <LNT@comlab.ox.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 19:38:46 +0100

**Subject: Nick Higham elected a Fellow of the Royal Society**

Congratulations to Nick Higham of the University of

Manchester, who is one of forty-four new Fellows of

the Royal Society elected May 17. The full list

of new fellows can be found at http://www.royalsoc.ac.uk/,

and also includes mathematicians Edwin Perkins,

Terence Tao, and Trevor Wooley.

Nick Trefethen, Oxford U.

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From: "Martin Fuchs" <martin.fuchs@univie.ac.at>

Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 16:34:52 +0200 (CEST)

**Subject: Design optimization test problems**

I am currently working on a tool involving design optimization with

discrete choice variables, of the form:

min f(z) s.t. z in S1xS2

where S1 is a finite subset of R^n and S2 is an m-dimensional box.

I would be very grateful for reference to test problems, preferably coded

in Matlab.

Martin Fuchs

Univ. of Vienna

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From: Steven Ashby <sfashby@llnl.gov>

Date: Sun, 20 May 2007 15:24:54 -0400

**Subject: Fernbach Award Nominations - Deadline 30 June 2007**

On behalf of the IEEE Computer Society and SC07, I invite you to nominate

outstanding candidates in the field of supercomputing for the Sidney

Fernbach Award. This award recognizes innovative uses of high performance

computing in problem solving. It was established in 1992 in memory of Sidney

Fernbach, one of the pioneers in the development and application of high

performance computers for the solution of large computational problems. A

certificate and $2,000 are awarded for innovative approaches and outstanding

contributions in the application of high performance computers.

The deadline for nominations is 30 JUNE 2007 (one month earlier than in

previous years). The nomination form, plus the required endorsements by

several other persons in the field, must be submitted to the IEEE Computer

Society web site ( www.computer.org/awards). Additional information can be

found at http://sc07.supercomputing.org under the Technical Program tab;

also see the flyer

http://sc07.supercomputing.org/html/crayfernbachawards.pdf). Should you

have any questions, feel free to contact me via email at sfashby@llnl.gov.

We look forward to receiving your nominations.

Steven Ashby

IEEE Computer Society Fernbach Award Chair

SC07 Awards Chair

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From: Bill McLean <w.mclean@unsw.edu.au>

Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 03:56:38 -0400

**Subject: subject: f95 version of gaussq.f**

The fortran 95 module gaussquad.f95 can compute the integration

points and weights for any of the classical Gauss quadrature rules,

including the Radau and Lobatto variants. Included is a low-level

routine that can handle any Gauss rule given the coefficients in the 3-term

recurrence relation for the associated orthogonal polynomials.

You can download the source distribution from

http://www.maths.unsw.edu.au/~mclean/gaussquad-2.4.tgz

My f95 code is a goto-less version of the f77 routines in netlib's

gaussq.f, and should produce nearly identical results. The new package

adds an optional C language interface that relies on a couple of

the interoperability features of the f2003 standard, plus a few test

programs and examples in fortran, C and python.

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From: William Mitchell <william.mitchell@nist.gov>

Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 08:36:42 -0400

**Subject: PHAML 1.0 available**

I am pleased to announce the availability of Version 1.0 of PHAML.

PHAML (Parallel Hierarchical Adaptive MultiLevel) is a Fortran 90

module for the solution of second order linear elliptic partial

differential equations of the form

-( p(x,y) * u ) -( q(x,y) * u ) + r(x,y) * u = f(x,y)

x x y y

with Dirichlet, Neumann (natural), Periodic, or Mixed boundary

conditions,

where p>0, q>0, r, and f are functions of x and y.

It also solves elliptic eigenvalue problems where f is lambda * u and

the boundary conditions are homogeneous, and systems of elliptic PDEs.

Other types of differential equations (e.g. parabolic, nonlinear) can

be solved using PHAML as the core elliptic solver in an iteration.

PHAML features:

- low and high order finite elements on triangle grids

- h-, p-, and hp-adaptive mesh refinement based on newest node

bisection

- hierarchical basis multigrid linear system solver

- refinement-tree based partitioning method for load balancing

- arbitrary 2D connected, bounded domains, including curved

boundaries and holes

- Fortran 90 implementation

- message passing parallelism

- extensive visualization

- optional use of other popular packages for alternate methods

PHAML has been tested on clusters and distributed-memory parallel

computers with many Unix-like operating systems. The distribution

contains examples demonstrating its use for solving elliptic

equations, parabolic equations, nonlinear equations, systems of

elliptic equations, eigenvalue problems, and general domains.

For more information on the PHAML project, and to download the

software, please visit

http://math.nist.gov/phaml

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From: Tim Davis <davis@cise.ufl.edu>

Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 11:20:35 -0400

**Subject: KLU: sparse LU factorization for circuit simulation matrices**

I would like to announce the release of Version 1.0 of KLU, a

mild-mannered sparse LU factorization algorithm targeted for matrices

arising in circuit simulation. It can be 100's of times faster than

x=A\b in MATLAB for these problems. KLU (the beta version) is used in

Xyce (developed at Sandia National Laboratories) and several commercial

circuit simulators.

See http://www.cise.ufl.edu/sparse/research/klu for details.

KLU is a left-looking method that does not exploit supernodes, in

contrast to its Supernodal left-looking cousin, SuperLU. Thus KLU = a

clark Kent LU. Version 1.0 adds a stable API, new features to reduce

the work in computing a suitable block triangular form, support for

64-bit integers, a very simple MATLAB interface, and two minor bug

fixes. SuperLU and other BLAS-based methods are faster than KLU for

matrices arising from 2D/3D geometries (for example), but less so for

circuit matrices which tend to be extremely sparse if ordered properly

and thus gain no benefit from the use of the BLAS.

Tim Davis, University of Florida

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From: Peter Forsyth <paforsyt@uwaterloo.ca>

Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 09:25:12 -0400

**Subject: Computational Methods in Finance Conference: July 26-27, 2007**

Computational Methods in Finance

July 26-27, 2007

University of Waterloo, Waterloo Ontario, Canada

This conference will focus on algorithmic and computational issues

applied to topics in finance. Areas covered include Monte

Carlo methods, numerical solution of partial differential

equations, portfolio optimization and stochastic optimization.

The Conference program is available at

http://www.iqfi.uwaterloo.ca/compfinancedetails.shtml

More information, including a registration form,

is available at the Conference Website:

http://www.iqfi.uwaterloo.ca/call_for_papers.shtml

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From: Peter Benner <benner@mathematik.tu-chemnitz.de>

Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 20:31:46 +0200

**Subject: 1-Day Workshop on Matrix Equations, TU Chemnitz, Jun 2007**

A

1-Day Workshop on Matrix Equations

will be held at Chemnitz University of Technology on June 15. The

workshop is devoted to latest developments in theory and numerical

algorithms for algebraic and differential matrix equations of

Sylvester, Lyapunov, Bernoulli, Riccati type and applications thereof.

The workshop is organized by

Peter Benner (TU Chemnitz)

Heike Fassbender (TU Braunschweig)

Lars Grasedyck (MPI for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig)

Daniel Kressner (TU Berlin)

Talks will be 30 or 45 minutes, including discussion, and will start

10am. The meeting will end with a joint dinner.

Interested participants should contact Peter Benner at

benner@mathematik.tu-chemnitz.de directly.

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From: "Connie Young" <Young@siam.org>

Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 11:27:03 -0400

**Subject: SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, Mar 2008**

Conference Name: SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific

Computing

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Dates: March 12-14, 2008

The Call for Presentations for this conference is now available. Please

visit http://www.siam.org/meetings/pp08/ for more information.

Contact SIAM Conference Department at meetings@siam.org

with any questions about the conference.

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From: Xiaobing Feng <xfeng@math.utk.edu>

Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 17:50:44 -0400

**Subject: Computational Methods in Geosciences, Xian, China, July 5-7, 2007**

Final Announcement of

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN GEOSCIENCES

on the occasion of Professor Jim Douglas, Jr.'s 80th birthday

July 5-7, 2007, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xian, Shannxi, China

Workshop Website: http://www.math.utk.edu/workshop_xian07/

Organizing Committee:

Zhangxin Chen (Southern Methodist University)

Xiaobing Feng (University of Tennessee)

Kaitai Li (Xian Jiaotong University)

Dongwoo Sheen (Seoul National University)

Lihe Wang (University of Iowa)

For other inquires contact

Professor Xiaobing Feng (xfeng@math.utk.edu) <mailto:xfeng@math.utk.edu>

Professor Kaitai Li (ktli@mail.xjtu.edu.cn)

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From: Luc GIRAUD <giraud@n7.fr>

Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 06:09:04 -0400

**Subject: Preconditioning 2007 in Toulouse, Jul 2007**

THE 2007 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PRECONDITIONING TECHNIQUES FOR LARGE,

SPARSE MATRIX PROBLEMS IN SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

International Conference Centre, Meteo France,

Toulouse, France

July 9-12, 2007

See the conference web site

http://www.precond07.enseeiht.fr

Please note that the DEADLINE for REGISTRATION is June 15 and that

DEADLINE for the possible HOTEL REGISTRATIONS are also approaching.

A preliminary program is available on the Web.

The conference has been endorsed by the SIAM/SIAGLA and SMAI/GAMNI.

Academic and Industrial financial support for the conference is being

provided by CEA , CERFACS , EADS, ENSEEIHT, INRIA , IRIT , The Boeing

Company and Total.

The Preconditioning 2007 Conference Chairs,

Luc Giraud (ENSEEIHT-IRIT)

Esmond G. Ng (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Yousef Saad (University of Minnesota)

Wei-Pai Tang (The Boeing Company)

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From: Kate Watt <kate.watt@iop.org>

Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 05:59:23 -0400

**Subject: Nonlinearity High-Profile Articles of 2006**

I am delighted to announce the publication of a special collection of

articles that highlight the breadth of high-quality research published in

Nonlinearity during 2006. Articles in this collection are freely available

until 31 December 2007 at:

http://www.iop.org/EJ/journal/-page=extra.highlights/non

These 'High-Profile Articles' consist of the top-downloaded papers published

in 2006, many of which have already been highly cited. Whether you are

reading these articles for the first time or from renewed interest, we hope

you will find them enjoyable and stimulating.

Information on how to read, write for or subscribe to Nonlinearity can be

found at http://www.iop.org/journals/non or you can email the journal

publishing team at non@iop.org.

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From: Adam Phillips <adam.phillips@iop.org>

Date: Fri, 11 May 2007 15:04:22 +0100

**Subject: Inverse Problems Editorial Board highlights 2006**

We are delighted to announce the Inverse Problems Editorial Board

highlights 2006:

http://www.iop.org/EJ/journal/-page=extra.highlights/0266-5611

The Editorial Board of Inverse Problems have selected articles published

in 2006 to be highlighted on the journal web page and we invite you to

view this taster of the high quality content published last year. This is

intended not as a list of the 'best' articles, but as an interesting and

stimulating reading list. Articles were selected for many reasons, some

contain outstanding research and breakthroughs, some may have an

especially clear exposition and are beautifully presented, others are

instructive, containing results and tools useful to many readers. We are

pleased to make these articles freely available and very much hope that

you will enjoy reading them.

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From: Ronald Cools <Ronald.Cools@cs.kuleuven.be>

Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 04:30:16 -0400

**Subject: Faculty Position in Mathematical Engineering at Comp. Sci., K.U.Leuven**

The Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering of the K.U.Leuven,

Belgium announces a vacancy for a full time tenured or tenure-track position

in the field of mathematical engineering.

Candidates should have substantial internationally recognized research

expertise in one or more areas of mathematical engineering and must be able

to bridge the gap between fundamental numerical techniques and engineering

applications. The candidate has expertise in one or more of the following

areas:

(1) the design and analysis of fundamental numerical techniques,

(2) the development of scientific software,

(3) numerical modeling, simulation and analysis of complex systems.

He/she should also have teaching experience in these areas. The candidate is

expected to contribute to the new master program on mathematical engineering

at K.U.Leuven and/or to related programs.

Applicants should have demonstrated the ability to supervise research

projects and to attract external research funding. His/her activities

will be integrated in the Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics

section of the Department of Computer Science. Information about the

section and its research groups can be found via the departments website

http://www.cs.kuleuven.be/index-E.shtml .

The candidates must have a PhD in Sciences or Applied Sciences. Initially

candidates can teach in English. They must commit themselves to learning

Dutch, so that they are able to teach in Dutch after a trial period.

The appointment will be made in the rank of assistant professor or higher,

depending on the qualifications of the candidate. The K.U.Leuven is an equal

opportunity employer.

The appointment will start in October 2008. Details about the application

procedure can be found at http://www.kuleuven.be/personeel/jobsite/welcome.htm .

Inquiries about the position should be directed to Pierre Verbaeten, head

of the department of Computer Science (vamateng@cs.kuleuven.be).

The evaluation of candidates will begin on October 1, 2007.

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From: Brenda Willoughby <brenda@maths.ox.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 08:35:31 -0400

**Subject: University Lecturer, Mathematical Institute, Oxford University**

UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division

Mathematical Institute

in association with The Queen's College

UNIVERSITY LECTURER IN THE ANALYSIS AND COMPUTATION OF NONLINEAR PARTIAL

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

The Mathematical Institute proposes to appoint a University Lecturer in the

Analysis and Computation of Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations with

effect from 1 October 2007 or as soon as possible thereafter. The

successful candidate will be offered a non-tutorial fellowship by The

Queen's College, under arrangements described in the further particulars.

The salary will be on a scale up to £51,095 per annum.

The successful candidate will have a strong record of research of an

international standard of excellence in the analysis and computation of

nonlinear partial differential equations, and will be expected to contribute

effectively to teaching and administration.

Further particulars, containing details of the application procedure and of

the duties, may be obtained from the Administrative Assistant (Vacancies),

Mathematical Institute, 2429 St Giles', Oxford OX1 3LB (email

vacancies@maths.ox.ac.uk) or by visiting http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk The

closing date for applications is 18 June 2007. Please quote reference

number BK/07/014.

The University is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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From: Neville Ford <njford@chester.ac.uk>

Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 20:35:04 +0100

**Subject: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Position at University of Chester, UK**

LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER IN MATHEMATICS at University of Chester, UK

£25,334 - £39,033 per annum

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Chester is seeking to appoint

a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer to teach at all levels within the undergraduate and

postgraduate Mathematics curricula and to undertake research. This post

offers the successful candidate an excellent opportunity to contribute

to all aspects of the work of our compact and successful department. You

must possess a PhD in Mathematics. Experience of teaching University

Mathematics and successful publication of research results will be an

advantage.

Quote reference number: HRMS/221

Candidates may download further details and an application form from our

web site at www.chester.ac.uk/jobs

HRM Services, University of Chester, Parkgate Road, Chester CH1 4BJ, UK

quoting the relevant reference number.

Closing date: Monday 4th June 2007

www.chester.ac.uk

Working towards equality of opportunity

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From: Pierre Ramet <Pierre.Ramet@labri.fr>

Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 11:33:18 -0400

**Subject: Postdoctoral position in MHD simulation at Bordeaux University**

The context of this work falls within the scope of ASTER project that intends

to develop and implement methods to improve the simulation of MHD

instabilities that are needed to evaluate mechanisms to control the energy

losses observed in the standard tokamak operating scenario (ITER).

The applications we study are complex in that they require simulations at a

very large scale; several tens or hundreds teraflops of computation using

several terabyte of data are often needed. To carry out these more and more

accurate full-scale simulations without increasing the number of unknowns in a

uniform way, a technique consists in handling a finer grid where the solution

varies abruptly and a coarser grid at other places accordingly to quite

specific criteria.

This approach is broadly used when explicit numerical schemes are considered.

Here, the characteristic time scales may be very different so that an implicit

scheme is needed.

The goal of this work is first to make a state of the art of the mesh

refinement methods based on numerical implicit schemes in particular for

irregular grids, then to study within a parallel framework the principal

difficulties encountered in these methods such as:

management of the hierarchy of the grids which themselves are distributed,

criteria of "refinement/unrefinement", management of the versatility of the

parallel solvers. The effectiveness of such a method will therefore require

the use of dynamic load balancing methods over the set of processors to

compensate the variability of the grid during the simulation.

Please send your CV, a cover letter describing your research interests, and

the names and email addresses of at least 2 references to:

O. Coulaud and/or P. Ramet, INRIA, Univ. Bordeaux 1, 33405 Talence, FRANCE

e-mail: Olivier.Coulaud@labri.fr, Pierre.Ramet@labri.fr

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From: Frederic Nataf <nataf@ann.jussieu.fr>

Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 17:55:40 +0200

**Subject: PhD Position at French Petroleum Institute / Paris VI University**

PhD Position at French Petroleum Institute / Paris VI University

Parallel Linear Solvers for Large Sparse Systems arising from

Petroleum Industry

The French Petroleum Institute invites applications for a PhD

position starting in October 2007.

It will support the research on parallel linear solvers for large

sparse systems arising from petroleum industry.

Desirable qualifications:

- strong background in numerical linear algebra and/or

numerical methods for PDEs

- good programming skills

Duration : three years

Location : French Petroleum Institute and University Paris VI, Paris

Salary (gross wage includes medical care) : first year : 1900 Euros,

second year : 2050 Euros, third year : 2200 euros

Send your application (CV + references) to

Frederic Nataf

Jacques Louis Lions Laboratory, University Paris VI

nataf@ann.jussieu.fr

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From: fries@cats.rwth-aachen.de

Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 10:29:27 +0200

**Subject: PhD position in XFEM-simulation for fluids / Aachen**

PhD position in XFEM-simulation for fluids

Chair for Computational Analysis of Technical Systems

Aachen University, Germany

www.cats.rwth-aachen.de

A PhD position is available at Aachen University from July 1st,

2007. The position is part of the project Numerical methods for

discontinuities in continuum mechanics which is supported by the

prestigious Emmy-Noether-program of the German Research Society

(www.dfg.de).

The applicant will work in the field of computational fluid dynamics

and concentrate on applications where discontinuities are present in

the field variables (e.g. two-fluid flows, flows involving shocks and

small boundary layers). The extended finite element method (XFEM) is,

in general, highly suited for applications involving discontinuities

and has been intensively studied in solid mechanics. The development

and application of the XFEM for fluid mechanics is the aim of this

work.

A thorough knowledge of the classical finite element method (FEM) is

required, and experience in computational fluid dynamics is

preferred. Programming experience is a must, preferably in C.

Please send your application to: Thomas-Peter Fries, Chair for CATS,

Aachen University, Steinbachstr. 53 B, 52074 Aachen, Germany. Your

application by email is welcome: fries@cats.rwth-aachen.de. Deadline

for applications is June 8th, 2007.

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From: Johannes Kraus <johannes.kraus@oeaw.ac.at>

Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 03:52:25 -0400

**Subject: Ph.D. Position at RICAM, Austria**

In the framework of a three-year research project on "Algebraic Multigrid and

Multilevel Methods for Vector-Field Problems", funded by the Austrian Science

Foundation, a Ph.D. position is available at the Johann Radon Institute for

Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM) starting with July 1, 2007.

For this challenging position we seek a highly motivated candidate.

A strong background in applied mathematics, in particular, in numerical

methods for partial differential equations and in numerical linear algebra,

and excellent programming skills are required. Familiarity with finite

element methods and (algebraic) multigrid methods is desirable. Some

knowledge of electromagnetics would be advantageous.

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr. Johannes Kraus at:

johannes.kraus@oeaw.ac.at.

A complete application including academic records (copies of relevant

documents, a statement about scientific interest and achievements related to

the master thesis) should be sent to

Dr. Johannes K. Kraus

Johann Radon Institute

Austrian Academy of Sciences

Altenbergerstraße 69

A-4040 Linz Austria

Austria

Alternatively, the application material can be sent by email to

johannes.kraus@oeaw.ac.at

Closing date for applications is May 27, 2007.

The Austrian Science Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.

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From: Romas Baronas <romas.baronas@mif.vu.lt>

Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 14:55:10 +0300

**Subject: Contents, Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control**

Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, ISSN 1392-5113,

Volume 12, Number 2, 2007

A free on-line edition is available at: http://www.lana.lt/journal/issues.php

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Nehari Manifold for p-Laplacian Equation with Dirichlet Boundary Condition,

Pages 143-155.

G.A. Afrouzi, S. Mahdavi, Z. Naghizadeh.

A Study of Steady Buoyancy-Driven Dissipative Micropolar Free

Convection Heat and Mass Transfer in a Darcian Porous Regime with Chemical

Reaction, Pages 157-180.

O. Anwar Bég, R. Bhargava, S. Rawat, H.S. Takhar, Tasweer A. Bég.

Process Distribution in the Network Systems, Pages 181-189.

J. Augutis, E. Uspuras, R. Krikstolaitis, V. Matuzas.

Conjugate Effects of Heat and Mass Transfer on Natural Convection Flow Across an

Isothermal Horizontal Circular Cylinder With Chemical Reaction, Pages 191-201.

Md.A. Hye, Md.M. Molla, M.A.H. Khan.

Natural Convection in a Square Cavity in the Presence of Heated Plate, Pages

203-212.

P. Kandaswamy, J. Lee, A.K. Abdul Hakeem.

Some Advanced Fiber-Optic Amplitude Modulated Reflection Displacement and

Refractive Index Sensors, Pages 213-225.

V. Kleiza, J. Verkelis.

A Nonlinear Dynamical Model to Study the Removal of Gaseous and Particulate

Pollutants in a Rain System, Pages 227-243.

R. Naresh, S. Sundar.

Computational Modeling of the Amperometric Bioanalytical System for Lipase

Activity Assay: a Time-Dependent Response, Pages 245-251.

M. Puida, F. Ivanauskas, I. Ignatjev, G. Valinèius, V. Razumas.

Nonlinear Spectra for Parameter Dependent Ordinary Differential Equations, Pages

253-267.

F. Sadyrbaev, A. Gritsans.

On Similarity Solutions and Interface Reactions for a Vector-Valued Stefan

Problem, Pages 269-288.

F.J. Vermolen.

For a paper submission, please refer to http://www.lana.lt/journal

Dr. Romas Baronas, Journal Secretary,

Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control

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From: Liz Martin <liz.Martin@iop.org>

Date: Fri, 11 May 2007 10:59:16 +0100

**Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, volume 20, issue 6, June 2007**

NONLINEARITY

Volume 20, Issue 6, June 2007

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication on

the web. This issue is available at: URL:

http://stacks.iop.org/0951-7715/20/i=6

Pages: 1313--1534

PAPERS

1313

A KAM theorem for Hamiltonian networks with long ranged couplings

J Geng and Y Yi

1343

Critical Fujita exponents for a class of quasilinear equations with

homogeneous Neumann boundary data

C Wang, S Zheng and Z Wang

1361

The amplitude equations for the first instability of electro-convection in

nematic liquid crystals in the case of two unbounded space directions

G Schneider and H Uecker

1387

Resonant eigenstates for a quantized chaotic system

S Nonnenmacher and M Rubin

1421

Some semi-linear parabolic equations with nonlinear flux boundary

conditions

P Grindrod and E Tuma

1431

Statistical properties of nonlinear shell models of turbulence from linear

advection models: rigorous results

R Benzi, B Levant, I Procaccia and E S Titi

1443

Cnoidal wave solutions to Boussinesq systems

H Chen, M Chen and N V Nguyen

1463

Topology and separation of self-similar fractals in the plane

C Bandt and H Rao

1475

Uniqueness for the Navier--Stokes problem: remarks on a theorem of

Jean--Yves Chemin

P G Lemari\'e-Rieusset

1491

A Borel--Cantelli lemma for intermittent interval maps

S Gou\"ezel

1499

Numerical continuation of normally hyperbolic invariant manifolds

H W Broer, A Hagen and G Vegter

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