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From: Tamara Kolda <>
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2011 17:31:49 -0400
Subject: Forming SIAM Activity Group on Data Mining and Analytics

Dear colleagues,

I am helping to form a SIAM Activity Group on Data Mining and
Analytics. A final step in that process is surveying both SIAM members
and non-members in order to determine their level of interest. To that
purpose, I've set up a very short survey here:

If you have any interest in this topic, please complete the survey
because it will enable us to make a strong case to SIAM. Please
forward this request to any others who may be interested.

Thanks in advance for your input!!

Best wishes,


From: George Anastassiou <>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 17:32:21 -0400
Subject: New Book, Statistical Approximation Theory

Title: Statistical Approximation Theory

Authors: George Anastassiou, Oktay Duman

Publisher: Springer, 2011


From: Jonas Thies <>
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 03:16:09 -0400
Subject: Workshop, Challenges in Climate Modelling, Sweden, May 2011

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Mathematics (CIM) at Uppsala
University organizes a two day workshop on mathematical challenges
in climate research. The aim of the workshop is to bring together
applied mathematicians and climate researchers, and stimulate
interdisciplinary collaboration. Experts from various climate-related
fields with a strong mathematical background have been invited to
discuss topics such as dynamical systems, uncertainty and inverse

More information and registration instructions can be found at


From: Jochen Garcke <>
Date: Sun, 1 May 2011 07:36:48 -0400
Subject: Workshop, Sparse Grids and Applications, Germany, May 2011

Workshop on Sparse Grids and Applications

The workshop will be held in the week of May 16 - 20, 2011 in Bonn,
Germany. It is part of the Trimester Program on Analysis and Numerics
for High Dimensional Problems at the Hausdorff Research Institute for
Mathematics (HIM).

Please visit
for more information.

In the recent decade, there has been growing interest in the numerical
treatment of high-dimensional problems with sparse grids. Sparse grids
are based on a multi-scale approach which are obtained from univariate
multi-scale bases by tensor product constructions. Under suitable
regularity assumptions sparse grids allow to overcome the curse of
dimension to a certain extent.

Nowadays, sparse grids are employed in various areas. The applications
include partial differential equations, data mining, integral
equations, numerical quadrature, stochastic partial differential
equations, and numerical finance, but are not restricted to these

The workshop aims to bring together interested researchers in sparse
grids and related areas.

Organizers: Michael Griebel, University of Bonn; Markus Hegland,
Australian National University


From: Duncan van der Heul <>
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 06:06:44 -0400
Subject: Workshop, DG Methods in Comp Electromag, Amsterdam, May 2011

We are pleased to announce a one-day seminar:

Discontinuous Galerkin Methods in Computational Electromagnetics:
A Workshop on Recent Developments in Theory and Applications

Thursday, 26 May 2011 at the NLR facility in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Organized by
The Delft Institute for Applied Mathematics (DIAM) and
the National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR)

Invited speakers include:
Prof. Jan S. Hesthaven, Brown University, U.S.A.
Prof. Jaap van der Vegt, University of Twente, Netherlands
Dr. Xavier Ferrieres, ONERA, France

Additionally, there will be a morning tutorial and talks by current
PhD students.

More information and abstracts of the talks by our invited speakers
can be foundon the workshop website:

Registration is free and includes lunch and drinks afterwards.

You can contact the organizers for registration of futher information
by email:

Duncan R. van der Heul (DIAM)
Jennifer K. Ryan (DIAM)
Harmen Q. van der Ven (NLR)
Mike A. Bochev (UT)


From: Vanessa Styles <>
Date: Sun, 1 May 2011 20:56:05 +0100
Subject: Workshop honoring Charlie Elliott's 60th Birthday, England, Jun 20=

A three day meeting, Nonlinear Diffusion: Algorithms, Analysis and
Applications, will be held at the University of Warwick, England, in
June 6-8 2001, in honour of Charlie Elliott's 60th birthday.

Invited speakers: Mark Ainsworth (Strathclyde), John Barrett
(Imperial), Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA), James Blowey (Durham), Klaus
Deckelnick (Magdeburg), Gerd Dziuk (Freiburg), Don French
(Cincinnati), Harald Garcke (Regensburg), Michael Hinze (Hamburg),
David Kay (Oxford), Ralf Kornhuber (Free University Berlin), Stig
Larsson (Gothenburg), Stephan Luckhaus (Leipzig), Barbara Niethammer
(Oxford), Amy Novick-Cohen (Technion), John Ockendon (Oxford), Giles
Richardson (Southampton), Jose Rodrigues (Lisbon), Jurgen Sprekels
(WIAS Berlin), Bjorn Stinner (Warwick)

More information can be found at

If you would like to attend please register here


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Sat, 30 Apr 2011 08:59:54 -0400
Subject: ICIAM 2011 Update, Vancouver, Jul 2011

With less than 90 days until the 7th International Congress on
Industrial and Applied Mathematics - ICIAM 2011 (Vancouver, July 18 =96
22, 2011), if you haven=92t already registered, we encourage you to do
so now ! Discounted advance online registration is open until June 15
at this website: .

Are you wondering what to expect at ICIAM 2011? Here are a several
- Over 20 thematic minisymposia, each with a Lead Lecture followed by
six session speakers, cover a wide range of subjects ranging from
molecular simulation to materials science.
- John Bell (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA) will
highlight the Scientific Computing panel with his talk, Low Mach
Number Models in Computational Astrophysics (details here:
- The Mathematical Biology theme will showcase intriguing topics that
run the gamut from the neuromechanics of insect movement to the
synchronized reproduction of trees in forests.(Talk and minisymposium
- The two panels on Mathematical Programming and Industrial
Applications will describe modelling approaches for mathematical
programs. (Details here:;
Look up the full program (click here: to browse
a complete list of topics for thematic minisymposia
( You can also search for speakers via the
speaker index (, and browse sessions by topic
area (
Official ICIAM hotels ( are booking quickly. To
avoid disappointment, we suggest you secure your reservation soon. We
look forward to seeing you at ICIAM 2011!


From: Murat Adivar <>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 06:56:08 -0400
Subject: Worksho on Global Optimization, Turkey, Jul 2011

Dear Colleagues,

We cordially invite you to "Workshop on Global Optimization" organized
by Mathematics Department of Izmir University of Economics (IUE) in
cooperation with TUBITAK. During the workshop, which will be held on
July 11-12, 2011 in IUE, each of the following researchers will be
giving a 1-hour lecture on special topics of Global Optimization

Prof. Dr. Shu-Cherng Fang (NC State University, USA)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Emre Alper Yildirim (Koc University)
Prof. Dr. David Gao (Virginia Tech University, USA)
Prof. Dr. Kok Lay Teo (Curtin University, Australia)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Murat Adivar (Izmir University of Economics)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Refail Kasimbeyli (Izmir University of Economics)
Prof. Dr. Ruey Lin Sheu (National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan)
Prof. Dr. Song Wang (The University of Western Australia)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. S. Ilker Birbil (Sabanci University)

A detailed information about the workshop and registration can be
found in workshop's website at "".

For your information,

Best Regards,

Murat Adivar
Izmir University of Economics
Department of Mathematics


From: "Kirsten Wilden" <>
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2011 10:40:42 -0400
Subject: SIAM Conference, Control and Its Appl (CT11), USA, Jul 2011

Registration and Program Now Available!

Conference Name:
SIAM Conference on Control and Its Applications (CT11)

Hyatt Regency Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

July 25-27, 2011

Invited Speakers:
* Alain Bensoussan, University of Texas at Dallas, USA and the Hong
Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
* Tyrone Duncan, University of Kansas, USA
* Birgit Jacob, Universit=E4t Wuppertal, Germany
* Yannis Kevrekidis, Princeton University, USA
* Walter Willinger, AT&T Labs-Research, USA
* Enrique Zuazua, Ikerbasque & Basque Center for Applied Mathematics
(BCAM), Basque Country-Spain

Registration and the conference schedule are now posted at

June 27, 2011

June 27, 2011


From: Mathias Winkel <>
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 10:38:01 -0400
Subject: Student Programme on Sci Comp, Germany, Aug-Oct 2011

2011 JSC Guest Student Programme on Scientific Computing
Juelich Supercomputing Centre, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany
1 August to 7 October 2011

The programme targets students of science and engineering, informatics
and mathematics who have already completed their first degree but have
not yet finished their master=92s course. The students will work
together with scientists from JSC on topics of current interest in
research and development.

Depending on their previous experience and interests, they will be
involved in various fields of work, for example: Computational
Science, Applied Mathematics, High-Performance Computing,
Visualisation, Computer Architectures, Grid Computing.

The programme will run for ten weeks from 1 August to 7 October 2011.

The students will be able to use the supercomputers at JSC, including
JUGENE =96 currently the second fastest computer in Europe. They should
naturally be familiar with computer-oriented areas of their
subjects. In addition, they should also have practical computer
experience including at least a good knowledge of programming with C,
C++ or Fortran on Unix systems.

More information:
Deadline: 13 May 2011

Contact: Mathias Winkel
Juelich Supercomputing Centre
Tel.: +49-2461-61-2509, Fax: +49-2461-61-6656


From: Jan-Philipp Weiss <>
Date: Sat, 30 Apr 2011 13:04:30 -0400
Subject: Workshop, UnConventional HPC, France, Aug 2011

4th International Workshop on
UnConventional High Performance Computing (UCHPHC'11)
to be held in conjunction with Euro-Par 2011 conference
August 29, 2011, Bordeaux, France

As the title "UnConventional" suggests, the workshop focuses on
hardware or platforms used for HPC, which were not intended for HPC in
the first place. Suggested topics for papers include:
* Innovative use of hardware and software unconventional for HPC
* HPC applications or visualizations in connection with HPC on GPUs
(GPGPU), low power/embedded processors, FPGAs, Intel's new Knights
Corner and SCC research processor, Tilera's tile-based many-core
processors, IBM Cell BE, concepts for AMD Fusion, accelerators,
visualization cards, etc.
* Cluster/Grid solutions using unconventional hardware, e.g. clusters
of game consoles, nodes using GPUs, Low Power/Embedded Processors,
MPSoCs, new many-cores from Intel and/or ARM designs, Mac
Minis/AppleTVs, FPGAs etc.
* Heterogeneous computing on hybrid platforms
* Performance and scalability studies in HPC using unconventional
* Reconfigurable computing for HPC
* Performance modeling, analysis and tools for HPC with unconventional
* New or adapted/extended (parallel) programming models for HPC with
unconventional hardware

Submission deadline: June 12, 2011
For further information see


From: Przemyslaw Stpiczynski <>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 14:13:33 -0400
Subject: Workshop, CANA 2011, Poland, Sep 2011

Computer Aspects of Numerical Algorithms (CANA'11)
Szczecin, Poland, 19-21 September, 2011

CANA'11 is organized within the framework of the Federated Conference
on Computer Science and Information Systems. It is organized in
cooperation with the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

Numerical algorithms are widely used by scientists engaged in various
areas. There is a special need of highly efficient and easy-to-use
scalable tools for solving large scale problems. The workshop is
devoted to numerical algorithms with the particular attention to the
latest scientific trends in this area and to problems related to
implementation of libraries of efficient numerical algorithms. The
goal of the workshop is meeting of researchers from various institutes
and exchanging of their experience, and integrations of scientific

Topics: Parallel numerical algorithms, Novel data formats for dense
and sparse matrices, Libraries for numerical computations, Numerical
algorithms testing and benchmarking, Analysis of rounding errors of
numerical algorithms, Languages, tools and environments for
programming numerical algorithms, Numerical algorithms on GPUs,
Paradigms of programming numerical algorithms, Contemporary computer
architectures, Heterogeneous numerical algorithms, Applications of
numerical algorithms in science and technology

* Paper Submissions: May 31, 2011
* Authors Notifications: June 30, 2011
* Final Submissions and Registrations: July 31, 2011
* The Conference Dates: September 19-21, 2011


From: Ludovic Noels <>
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 05:07:26 -0400
Subject: ACOMEN 2011, Belgium, Nov 2011

We are pleased to announce the organization of the 5th edition of the
Advanced Computational Methods in Engineering (ACOMEN) conference,
which will be held in Li=E8ge, Belgium, from November 14th to 17th,

The important dates for this conference are:
-Abstract submission: 15 May 2011;
-Notice of acceptance: 15 June 2011;
-Optional 10-page paper submission: 15 August 2011;
-Registration & Payment (reduced fee): 15 September 2011;

More information can be found on the conference website:,

The submitted optional 10-page papers will be published in the
Conference Proceedings (with an ISBN-number) and will be available on
CD-rom. Elsevier Publishing House is considering the possibility of
devoting to ACOMEN 2011 a special issue of Journal of Computational
and Applied Mathematics (an ISI- journal), consisting of a selection
of doubly refereed papers, as they did for ACOMEN 2002, ACOMEN 2005
and ACOMEN 2008. The best 10-page papers submitted by August 15th 2011
will be selected for the possible peer- reviewed publication.

We are hoping to see you in Li=E8ge next November,

For the organizing committee

Ludovic Noels


From: Oktay Duman <>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 16:23:00 -0400
Subject: AMAT 2012, Turkey, May 2012

Complete information about the International Conference on =93Applied
Mathematics and Approximation Theory 2012=94, to be held in Ankara,
Turkey, May 17-19, 2012 can be found in

For all please contact the organizer:
Professor Oktay Duman at


Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2011 12:48:44 +0800
Subject: Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ recruiting mathematicians and statistician=

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, one of the top universities in China,
is undertaking a major expansion aimed at becoming one of the world's
leading centers of scientific research. Building a first-rate
Department of Mathematics is an essential part of this expansion. An
ambitious faculty recruitment program, aimed at attracting several
dozens of faculty members at all levels, including both senior
academic leaders and promising young researchers, will be continued
for the next few years. Salary and start-up packages are competitive
with the peer institutions in China, and at the international level
in special cases.

Candidates will be considered at all ranks, and in all major fields of
mathematics, including: algebra and number theory, analysis, applied
and computational mathematics, geometry and topology, and statistics.
Endowed Chair Professorships are available to senior mathematicians
with well-established academic credentials. Other senior and junior
professorships are open to candidates with exceptional research
records or potential.

Applications should consist of a curriculum vitae, including a list of
publications, summary of future research plans, and four letters of
reference. Application materials should preferably be electronically
sent to

They can also be mailed to

The Hiring Committee
Department of Mathematics
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Shanghai 200240, China.

Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue for
the next several years.


From: Ramakanth Munipalli <>
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2011 14:59:39 -0400
Subject: Positions in Computational Methods, HyPerComp, Inc.

HyPerComp, a small company in Southern California, is primarily
engaged in creating, validating, and distributing software for the
large-scale simulation of physical phenomena and processes that are
governed by systems of partial differential equations. These include
all regimes of fluid flow and electromagnetic wave propagation in
complex geometries, and the simulations share a basic need for
high-order accuracy in the computed unknowns. Our codes TEMPUS (for
time-domain electromagnetics) and HIMAG (for high Hartmann number MHD)
are well-known within their respective applied research communities.
We also have significant programs underway in advanced grid generation
for high-fidelity modeling of complex geometries.

Currently, the work is funded through small-business independent
research and technology transfer (SBIR/STTR) contracts, as well as
subcontracts from major aerospace corporations. Longer-term, we plan
to market a general high-order solver and its associated libraries,
gridding tools, and parallel implementations (including GPU/CPU
clusters). We are in the early stages of implementing reduced-basis
methods and uncertainty quantification techniques to minimize the
number of high-order simulations required by a given application, and
we are working on related projects with applied mathematicians at
various universities.

The open positions involve considerable responsibilities for
developing efficient and scalable software implementations in
collaboration with our current staff. We are presently seeking
candidates with all levels of research experience. U.S. Permanent
resident status or citizenship is required.

General requirements:
* Graduate degree in Physics, Applied Mathematics, Engineering, or
related field.
* Strong background in numerical methods applied to PDEs (high-order
accurate methods a plus).
* Good programming skills (Knowledge of MPI and OpenCL a plus).
* Ability to communicate well and work in a team environment with
internal and external collaborators.
* Familiarity with fluid mechanics/electromagnetics.
* Familiarity with grid generation.

In addition, it will be necessary for the candidate to be involved
with one or more of the following activities:
* Participate in the mathematical formulation and code development of a
high-order accurate multi-physical CPU/GPU based solver.
* Write proposals, reports, and peer-reviewed technical papers.
* Develop new initiatives and attract funded programs in general areas
of scientific computing and modeling.
* Participate in the ongoing development of CFD/CEM solvers as well as
grid generation.
* Possibility to integrate different physics based simulation software
and develop user interfaces.

Please email resumes to


From: "Jose E. Castillo" <>
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2011 11:19:18 -0700
Subject: Scientific Programer Position in San Diego

This is an opportunity to work with an international research
consortium that is studying transmission of a life-threatening
mosquito-borne virus in developing countries. The project team at SDSU
is developing state of the art model simulations to assess the impact
of different prevention strategies in diverse geographic settings.
This position is a key member of the simulation design and analysis
team that is developing important new analytical tools for the global
public health community.

Under the direction of the Project Director, this position is
responsible for working closely with project scientists to develop the
code for running large scale model simulations on a high performance
computational cluster. In support of research goals, this person will
be responsible for implementing code development cycles including,
model prototype code development, benchmark and performance
diagnostics, iterative model programming and testing in support of the
research schedule, ongoing documentation, parallel design tuning, and
simulation/cluster performance assessments. Application development
will also include simulation configuration and staging tools and post
simulation data extraction and automated analytical assessments

For more information, please contact Karen Campbell at .

Interested applicants can apply for this position on the SDSU Research
Foundation Employment web site.

Jose E. Castillo PhD
Director / Professor
Computational Science Research Center
5500 Campanile Dr.
San Diego State University
San Diego CA 92182-1245
619-5947205/3430, Fax 619-594-2459


From: Robert Scheichl <>
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2011 15:22:33 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Position, Parallel Computing, Univ of Bath

2-Year Postdoctoral Research Officer post at the University of Bath,
UK, in "Parallel Scalability of Elliptic Solvers in Weather and
Climate Prediction"

Supported by the UK Natural Environment Research Council, the
University of Bath invites applications for this post, to form a
collaborative team together with Dr Robert Scheichl (Bath) and Dr
Stephen Pickles (Daresbury Laboratory), as well as teams from Lawrence
Livermore Laboratories, CA, the University of Heidelberg, the UK MET
Office, and other UK Universities within a 5-year Programme on "Next
Generation Weather and Climate Prediction Systems". The main aim of
this project is to test existing as well as to develop new solvers
that maintain algorithmic and parallel scalability beyond 100K
processors and beyond problem sizes of 1010 unknowns on elliptic
problems arising in numerical weather and climate prediction on a
variety of multicore architectures.

The successful applicant should hold (or be close to completing) a PhD
in Mathematics, Computer Science, or equivalent, and have significant
experience in programming and implementation of numerical
methods. Experience with parallel computing and with solvers for large
(non)linear systems is essential. A background in numerical analysis
and/or partial differential equations are desirable. Experience in
some of the following areas will be a distinct advantage: multilevel
and multigrid methods; discretisation of PDEs; weather and climate
modelling/prediction; development of scientific software on modern
(multi-processor) architectures; C++, MPI, GPU programming.

The post is available from 1st July 2011 and should be filled by 1st
Oct 2011. The formal closing date for receipt of applications is
*29th May 2011* More information and instructions on how to apply can
be found at

Please address any informal enquiries regarding the job to Dr R
Scheichl (email:, or phone: +44 (0)1225 386989).


From: Bartosz Protas <>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 17:33:33 -0400
Subject: Ph.D. Opening, Comp Eng and Science, McMaster

The proposed PhD research project will be to develop a new
computational engine for the prediction of the thermal margins in a
nuclear power plant. It will utilize the state-of-the-art software,
programing tools and data structures coupled to the most advanced and
robust solution algorithms. The initial task will be to develop a
completely modular computer algorithm, input data structure and I/O.
The next step will be to place this code as opensource to allow for
independent development, validation, and testing by researchers around
the world.

The fundamental aspect of the project will be to develop a solution
algorithm for the coupled mass, momentum and energy equations for
multi-phase fluid flow in "node-link" type of arrangement. An
important consideration is how to modularize the interfacial exchange
of these quantities, since these relationships will likely be one of
the most ongoing areas of development. Starting with a homogeneous
mixture model, the student will develop the algorithm such that it can
solve the equations in an efficient and robust manner. Several
solution algorithms may be proposed and tested.

The duration of the project will be 4 years with the start date of
September 1, 2011. The student will be enrolled in McMaster's School
of Computational Engineering and Science (CES) and will be supervised
by faculty from Nuclear Engineering and other Departments
participating in the CES program. Information about the CES program,
including relevant application procedures is available at the
following web address:

The deadline for applications is June 1, 2011. Inquiries about the
project should be directed to Dr. David Novog <>.


From: Chi-Wang Shu <>
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 23:33:01 -0400
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing, 47(3)

Journal of Scientific Computing

Volume 47, Number 3, June 2011

Simulations of Shallow Water Equations with Finite Difference
Lax-Wendroff Weighted Essentially Non-oscillatory Schemes, Changna Lu
and Jianxian Qiu, pp.281-302.

Analysis of Galerkin Methods for the Fully Nonlinear Monge-Amp=E8re
Equation, Xiaobing Feng and Michael Neilan, pp.303-327.

Fast Matrix-Vector Multiplication in the Sparse-Grid Galerkin Method,
Andreas Zeiser, pp.328-346.

Finite Element Approximation to a Finite-Size Modified
Poisson-Boltzmann Equation, Jehanzeb Hameed Chaudhry, Stephen D. Bond
and Luke N. Olson, pp.347-364.

A Generic Stabilization Approach for Higher Order Discontinuous
Galerkin Methods for Convection Dominated Problems, Andreas Dedner and
Robert Klofkorn, pp.365-388.

Adaptivity and a Posteriori Error Control for Bifurcation Problems II:
Incompressible Fluid Flow in Open Systems with Z2 Symmetry, K. Andrew
Cliffe, Edward J. C. Hall, Paul Houston, Eric T. Phipps and Andrew
G. Salinger, pp.389-418.

Spectral Discretization of the Axisymmetric Vorticity, Velocity and
Pressure Formulation of the Stokes Problem, Nehla Abdellatif,
Nejmeddine Chorfi and Sihem Trabelsi, pp.419-440.


From: Stephanie Kent <>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 09:27:59 +0100
Subject: Contents, Inverse Problems, 27(5)

Volume 27, Issue 5, May 2011
Article numbers: 055001--055014

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their
publication on the web. This issue is available at:

055001, On the use of Lamb modes in the linear sampling method for
elastic waveguides, L Bourgeois, F Le Lou\"er and E Lun\'eville

055002, A local inverse spectral theorem for Hamiltonian systems,
Matthias Langer and Harald Woracek

055003, Inverse bifurcation problems for nonlinear Sturm--Liouville
problems, Tetsutaro Shibata

055004, Synthetic aperture radar imaging exploiting multiple
scattering, V Krishnan and B Yazici

055005, A 2D nonlinear inversion of well-seismic data, Ludovic
M\'etivier, Patrick Lailly, Florence Delprat-Jannaud and Laurence

055006, Reconstruction from a few projections by
$\ell$$_{1}$-minimization of the Haar transform, E Gardu\ no, G T
Herman and R Davidi

055007, Quantitative thermo-acoustics and related problems, Guillaume
Bal, Kui Ren, Gunther Uhlmann and Ting Zhou

055008, Mathematical framework for a new microscopic electrical
impedance tomography system, Eunjung Lee, Jin Keun Seo, Eung Je Woo
and Tingting Zhang

055009, Bayesian matched-field geoacoustic inversion, Stan E Dosso and
Jan Dettmer

055010, A generalized approach to local regularization of linear
Volterra problems in $L^{p}$ spaces, Cara D Brooks and Patricia K Lamm

055011, Reconstructing perfectly electric conductors by the
subspace-based optimization method with continuous variables, Xiuzhu
Ye, Yu Zhong and Xudong Chen

055012, On the Dirichlet boundary controllability of the
one-dimensional heat equation: semi-analytical calculations and
ill-posedness degree, Faker Ben Belgacem and Sidi Mahmoud Kaber

055013, 2D and 3D reconstructions in acousto-electric tomography,
Peter Kuchment and Leonid Kunyansky

055014, Boundary data completion: the method of boundary value problem
factorization, Amel Ben Abda, Jacques Henry and Fadhel Jday


From: Maya Neytcheva <>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 12:16:11 +0200
Subject: Contents, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, 18(3)

Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications
Vol 18, issue 3

Pole placement problem for singular systems, Marija Dodig (pages

Semilocal and global convergence of the Newton-HSS method for systems
of nonlinear equations, Xue-Ping Guo and Iain S. Duff (pages 299--315)

Semiconvergence of parallel multisplitting methods for symmetric
positive semidefinite linear systems, Guangxi Cao and Yongzhong Song
(pages 317--324)

On inexact Newton methods based on doubling iteration scheme for
non-symmetric algebraic Riccati equations, Yong-Hua Gao and Zhong-Zhi
Bai (pages 325--341)

A note on simultaneous preconditioning and symmetrization of
non-symmetric linear systems, Nassif Ghoussoub and Amir Moradifam
(pages 343--349)

State feedback stabilization of uncertain linear time-delay systems: A
nonlinear matrix inequality approach, Rajeeb Dey, Sandip Ghosh, G. Ray
and A. Rakshit (pages 351--361)

Computational experience with numerical methods for nonnegative
least-squares problems, Stefania Bellavia, Jacek Gondzio and Benedetta
Morini (pages 363--385)

Adaptive computation of smallest eigenvalues of self-adjoint elliptic
partial differential equations, Volker Mehrmann and Agnieszka Miedlar
(pages 387--409)

Automated multi-level sub-structuring for fluid--solid interaction
problems, Markus Stammberger and Heinrich Voss (pages 411--427)

The structured distance to normality of Toeplitz matrices with
application to preconditioning, Silvia Noschese and Lothar Reichel
(pages 429--447)

A geometric view of Krylov subspace methods on singular systems, Ken
Hayami and Masaaki Sugihara (pages 449--469)

On sinc discretization and banded preconditioning for linear
third-order ordinary differential equations, Zhong-Zhi Bai, Raymond
H. Chan and Zhi-Ru Ren (pages 471--497)

Any admissible cycle-convergence behavior is possible for restarted
GMRES at its initial cycles, Eugene Vecharynski and Julien Langou
(pages 499--511)

IRAM-based method for eigenpairs and their derivatives of large
matrix-valued functions, Huiqing Xie (pages 513--538)

Algebraic analysis of aggregation-based multigrid, Artem Napov and
Yvan Notay (pages 539--564)

Trace optimization and eigenproblems in dimension reduction methods,
E. Kokiopoulou, J. Chen and Y. Saad (pages 565--602)

Shift-invert Lanczos method for the symmetric positive semidefinite
Toeplitz matrix exponential, Hong-Kui Pang and Hai-Wei Sun (pages

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