NA Digest, V. 19, # 11

## NA Digest Sunday, March 17, 2019 Volume 19 : Issue 11

Today's Editor:

Daniel M. Dunlavy
Sandia National Labs
dmdunla@sandia.gov

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From: Kris ONeill oneill@siam.org
Date: March 15, 2019
Subject: New Book, Assessment & Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education

GAIMME: Guidelines for Assessment & Instruction in Mathematical
Modeling Education, Second Edition
Edited by Sol Garfunkel and Michelle Montgomery

A partnership between SIAM and COMAP, Guidelines for Assessment and
Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education (GAIMME) enables the
modeling process to be understood as part of STEM studies and
research, and taught as a basic tool for problem solving and logical
thinking. GAIMME helps define core competencies to include in student
experiences, and provides direction to enhance math modeling education
at all levels.

Written and reviewed by a mix of professionals to present various
levels and perspectives, GAIMME includes example problems and
solutions, levels of sophistication, discussion of teacher
implementation, and suggestions for assessment.

The second edition includes changes primarily to the Early and Middle

The GAIMME report is freely downloadable from both the COMAP and SIAM
(https://www.siam.org/Publications/Reports/Detail/Guidelines-for-
Assessment-and-Instruction-in-Mathematical-Modeling-Education )
websites. Print copies are available for $20 at the SIAM bookstore: bookstore.siam.org/gai2 2019 / 232 pages / Softcover / 978-1-611-975-73-4 / List Price$20.00 /
Order Code GAI2

From: Makram Hamouda mahamoud@indiana.edu
Date: March 17, 2019
Subject: New Book, Singular Perturbations and Boundary Layers

New book on "Singular Perturbations and Boundary Layers".
Authors: Gie, G.-M., Hamouda, M., Jung, C.-Y., Temam, R.M.

Abstract: This book is a fairly unique resource regarding the rigorous
mathematical treatment of boundary layer problems. The explicit
methodology developed in this book extends in many different
directions the concept of correctors initially introduced by
J. L. Lions, and in particular the lower- and higher-order error
estimates of asymptotic expansions are obtained in the setting of
functional analysis. The review of differential geometry and treatment
of boundary layers in a curved domain is an additional strength of
this book. In the context of fluid mechanics, the outstanding open
problem of the vanishing viscosity limit of the Navier-Stokes
equations is investigated in this book and solved for a number of
particular, but physically relevant cases.

This book will serve as a unique resource for those studying singular
level in mathematics or applied mathematics and may be useful for
practitioners in other related fields in science and engineering such
as aerodynamics, fluid mechanics, geophysical fluid mechanics,
https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783030006372

From: Jason Riedy jason.riedy@cc.gatech.edu
Date: March 12, 2019
Subject: ASPLOS19 Tutorial: Post-Moore Computing, USA, Apr 2019

Post-Moore Computing Tutorial at ASPLOS'19, Apr 14, 8:30am-12pm
https://asplos-conference.org/programs/#T&W
https://crnch-rg.gitlab.io/asplos-2019/

by Jason Riedy and Jeffrey Young (Georgia Institute of Technology)

This tutorial will provide an overview of the new "Post-Moore" testbed
hosted by Georgia Tech, the CRNCH Rogues Gallery in the Center for
Research into Novel Computing Hierarchies (CRNCH). Attendees will
gain detailed technical knowledge of platforms along with the lessons
learned so far from current research. The tutorial includes hands-on
work with rogue systems in our gallery including the Emu Chick and an
analog neuromorphic platform, the Field Programmable Analog Array
(FPAA). Attendees will be able to work with the Emu toolchain and will
how they will be used. In addition, this tutorial will provide
attendees an overview or related tools and benchmarks so they can
continue research with post-Moore computing after the event.

From: Ilse Ipsen ipsen@ncsu.edu
Date: March 12, 2019
Subject: Graduate Student Modeling Workshop (IMSM 2019), USA, Jul 2019

The 25th Industrial Mathematical & Statistical Modeling (IMSM)
Workshop for Graduate Students will take place at North Carolina State
University in Raleigh, NC, between July 14-24, 2019. The workshop is
sponsored by the Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences
Institute (SAMSI) along with the Center for Research in Scientific
Computation (CRSC), and the Dept. of Mathematics at North Carolina
State University.

The IMSM workshop exposes graduate students in mathematics, statistics
and engineering to exciting real-world problems from industry and
government. The workshop provides students with experience in a
research team environment and exposure to possible career
opportunities. On the first day, a bootcamp on building software in
teams will bring students up-to-date on programming skills and
introduce them to version control systems and software repositories.

Local expenses and travel support will be covered for graduate
students at US institutions that are admitted to the workshop.

The official application deadline is April 15, 2019, but full
consideration will be given to all applications received prior to
April 30, 2019.

Further Information is available at http://www.samsi.info/imsm-19 and
questions can be directed to grad@samsi.info

From: Iain Duff duff@cerfacs.fr
Date: March 12, 2019
Subject: SparseDays 2019, France, Jul 2019

The Annual Sparse Days meeting will be held at CERFACS in Toulouse on
11 and 12 July 2019. This is immediately before the ICIAM 2019
Congress in Valencia which is a driveable distance from Toulouse and
accessible by train and plane.

As usual, there is no registration fee but interested parties should
nevertheless register using the website
https://sparsedays.cerfacs.fr/en. The deadline for doing this is 14
June but it well help our organization greatly if you could do this as
soon as possible. When you register, you should indicate whether you
want to give a talk and whether you want to attend our traditional
conference dinner on the evening of Thursday 11th.

The normal length for the talk and questions is 30 minutes but this is
open to negotiation in either direction subject to the fact that as
usual we will not be having parallel sessions.

From: Luca Paglieri luca.paglieri@polimi.it
Date: March 14, 2019
Subject: iHEART: Modelling the Cardiac Function, Italy, Jul 2019

2019 RISM Congress
iHEART - Modelling the Cardiac Function
22-24 July 2019 - Varese (Italy)
http://iheart.polimi.it/mcf2019

This congress, organised in the context of the prestigious Riemann
International School of Mathematics, aims at focusing on the state of
the art in the mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of the
cardiac function and its clinical applications. This event will host
plenary lectures from distinguished scientists as well as contributed
talks, some presented by PhD students and some by senior researchers,
and a poster session. PhD students selected for contributed
presentation will be offered free accommodation.

Plenary speakers: Dominique Chapelle (INRIA, FR), Antonio F. Corno (U.
Leicester, UK), Miguel Fernandez (INRIA, FR), Antonio Frontera (H. San
Raffaele Milano, IT), Rolf Krause (USI, CH), Gernot Plank (U. Graz,
AT), Nicholas Smith (U. Auckland, NZ), Natalia Trayanova (Johns
Hopkins U., USA)

http://iheart.polimi.it/mcf2019

From: Jean-Luc Fattebert fattebertj@ornl.gov
Date: March 11, 2019
Subject: Research Scientist Position, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

The Computational Sciences and Engineering Division at the Oak Ridge
National Laboratory is currently seeking a research scientist in the
area of high-performance computing for electronic structure
calculations.

Preferred qualifications include experience with nonlinear and linear
iterative solvers, large scale eigenvalue problems, coupling of
software components, and/or other numerical issues common with complex
codes, experience working with object-oriented software development in
C++, experience working with high-performance computing and hybrid
parallelism, familiarity with computational scalability and
efficiency, as applied to hybrid multi-petascale supercomputing
systems.

Details can be found at:
https://jobs.ornl.gov/job/Oak-Ridge-Research-Scientist%2C-High-Performance-Computing-
for-Electronic-Structure-Calculations-TN-37831/535471500/?locale=en_US

From: Klemens Fellner klemens.fellner@uni-graz.at
Date: March 12, 2019
Subject: Professor Position, Mathematical Optimization, Univ Graz

The Institute of Mathematics and Scientific Computing at the Faculty
of Natural Sciences is seeking to appoint a Professor (f/m) of
Mathematical Optimization pursuant to Section 98 of the University Act
(UG) (NF Kunisch) (40 hours per week; permanent employment according
to the Austrian Law on Salaried Employment (AngG); expected starting
date October 1st 2020).

We are looking for a representative of the field of "continuous
mathematical optimization and optimal control" in its entirety in
research and teaching. Requirements are, in particular, exceptional
scientific qualification and competence in teaching and leadership. In
addition, we expect gender mainstreaming competence.

ex 2018/19 by April 10th 2019 at the latest.

For information about the application procedures and other

Date: March 12, 2019
Subject: Senior Lecturer Position, Computational Mathematics, Gothenburg

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Chalmers University of
Technology and the University of Gothenburg invites applications for a
permanent position as senior lecturer (associate professor) in
computational mathematics.

Deadline for applications: 30 April, 2019.

Chalmers/Vacancies/Pages/default.aspx?rmpage=job&rmjob=7291&rmlang=UK

From: Department of Computer Science, Hong Kong Baptist University wwwadm@comp.hkbu.edu.hk
Date: March 15, 2019
Subject: Academic Positions, Computer Science, Hong Kong Baptist Univ

The Department of Computer Science of Hong Kong Baptist University,
presently offers BSc, MSc, MPhil, and PhD programmes, now seeks
outstanding applicants for the following faculty positions on
tenure-track. The appointees are expected to perform high-impact
research; to teach and manage programmes at undergraduate and
postgraduate levels, as well as to contribute to professional and
institutional services. Collaboration with other faculty members in
research and teaching is also expected. They will be encouraged to
collaborate with colleagues within the Department to contribute to two
special thematic applications including (a) health informatics and (b)
secure and privacy-aware computing, and/or outside the Department to
contribute to interdisciplinary research projects under our
University's Research Cluster on Data Analytics and A.I. in X.
Applicants should possess a PhD degree in Computer Science, Computer
Engineering, Information Systems, or a related field, and sufficiently
demonstrate abilities to conduct high-quality research in one of the
Department's key research areas: (i) computational intelligence, (ii)
databases and information management, (iii) networking and systems,
and (iv) pattern recognition and machine learning.

Department can be found at http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk .

Applicants are invited to submit their applications at the HKBU e-
Recruitment System (jobs.hkbu.edu.hk). Applicants are requested to
send in samples of publications, preferably three best ones out of
their most recent publications. Applicants should also request two
referees to send in confidential letters of reference, with PRnumber
(stated above) quoted on the letters, to the Personnel Office (email:
recruit@hkbu.edu.hk) direct. All application materials including
publication samples, scholarly/creative works will be destroyed after
completion of the recruitment exercise. Details of the University's
Personal Information Collection Statement can be found at
http://pers.hkbu.edu.hk/pics.

The University reserves the right not to make an appointment for the
terms and conditions applicable at the time of offer. Review of
applications will begin in mid April 2019 and will continue until the
positions are filled.

URL: https://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/v1/?page=job_vacancies&id=503

From: Olivier Coulaud olivier.coulaud@inria.fr
Date: March 11, 2019
Subject: Postdoc Position, Inria

Applications are welcome for a postdoctoral position in High-End
Parallel Algorithms for Challenging Numerical Simulations team at
Inria Bordeaux.

The goal of the fellowship will be to develop a parallel linear solver
in the Tensor Train format. We consider two domains for the numerical
validation and benchmark of this solver. First the computation of
vibrational spectra of molecules in dimension's space 12 ([4]) and
20. Other domains like biodiversity or machine learning will likely be
considered as a second application.

Applications should be submitted at
https://jobs.inria.fr/public/classic/fr/offres/2019-01409
until March 27th, 2019.

From: Dietmar Oelz dietmaroelz@gmail.com
Date: March 10, 2019
Subject: Postdoc Position, Univ of Queensland, AUS

We are recruiting a full-time postdoctoral fellow to work on an
Australian Research Council funded project that will involve the
development, derivation and simulation of particle-based and continuum
models for actomyosin dynamics. It is our goal to investigate
contractility and pattern formation in the cell cortex. The project
(CI: Dietmar Oelz, UQ, https://people.smp.uq.edu.au/DietmarOelz/) will
involve collaboration with Alex Mogilner (NYU-Courant Institute). The
applicant will have a good background in Applied Mathematics, and a
strong interest in Biology and Cell Biology. The postdoctoral fellow
will be hosted at the University of Queensland (UQ, Brisbane,
Australia).

Applicants should possess a PhD in the area of
Mathematics/Physics/Engineering with a specialisation in Applied
Mathematics and evidence of contribution to research, including
publication of research in peer-reviewed journals. Expert knowledge in
the area of Mathematical Biology is desirable.

All applicants must supply the following documents: Cover-letter,
Resume and Selection Criteria responses. Closing date: 24 Mar 2019
(E. Australia Standard Time)

For information on completing the application (for job number 507030)
http://jobs.uq.edu.au/caw/en/job/507030/postdoctoral-research-fellow

From: Christian Gerhards christian.gerhards@geophysik.tu-freiberg.de
Date: March 17, 2019
Subject: PhD Position, Geomathematics, Freiberg, Germany

The Geomathematics and Geoinformatics group at the University of
Technology Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany, has an opening for a PhD
student working on Inverse Problems in Geomagnetism. The topic is the
mathematical characterization of magnetizations and its consequences
for source separation in geomagnetic satellite data and inverse
magnetization problems in general. Depending on the preferences of the
candidate, the focus can be on theoretical aspects or the numerical
realization of the problem.

Further information can be found here:
https://tu-freiberg.de/fakult3/gy/mageo/open-positions.

For details, contact: christian.gerhards@geophysik.tu-freiberg.de

From: Markus Bause bause@hsu-hh.de
Date: March 13, 2019
Subject: PhD Positions, Computational Mathematics and Data Science, Hamburg

DASHH (https://www.dashh.org) is a newly established graduate school
that offers challenging PhD topics at the interface of the natural
sciences, computational mathematics, and data and computer
science. DASHH is a partnership of several research institutions and
universities in the vibrant and multifaceted city of Hamburg (DESY,
Universitat Hamburg, Technische Universitat Hamburg, Helmut Schmidt
Universitat, Helmholtz Zentrum Gesthacht, Helmholtz Centre for
Infection Research, Max Planck Institute for the Structure and
Dynamics of Matter, European XFEL GmbH).

DASHH is looking for highly qualified and talented PhD candidates,
interested to work on data-driven research in physics, chemistry or
structural biology.

15 PhD positions are available, for a list of topics see
https://www.dashh.org/application/phd_topics/index_eng.html

Requirements: We are looking for highly motivated students with an
excellent academic background in the natural sciences and
computational mathematics, scientific computing or informatics. The
candidates should bring a strong interest to work on highly
interdisciplinary topics, should be team oriented and have a strong
background in programming.

Apply via the web interface found at
https://www.dashh.org/application/application_form/index_eng.html

The deadline is March 31, 2019.

From: Saul Buitrago sssbuitrago@yahoo.es
Date: March 15, 2019
Subject: Contents, Bulletin of Computational Applied Mathematics, 6 (2)

Bulletin of Computational Applied Mathematics, Vol. 6, No. 2
http://www.compama.co.usb.ve/table-of-contents

Total dominator chromatic number of some operations on a graph, Nima
Ghanbari, Saeid Alikhani

Numerical solution of mixed Volterra-Fredholm integral equations using
iterative method via two-variables Bernstein polynomials, Farkhondeh
Hosseini Shekarabi, Reza Ezzati

Quadrature formulae of Euler-Maclaurin type based on generalized Euler
polynomials of level m, Yamilet Quintana, Alejandro Urieles

Integrating Fuzzy Formal Concept Analysis and Rough Set Theory for the
Semantic Web, Anna Formica

Complex Neutrosophic Graphs, Naveed Yaqoob, Muhammad Akram

From: George Anastassiou ganastss@memphis.edu
Date: March 16, 2019
Subject: Contents, J Computational Analysis and Applications, 28 (1)

AND APPLICATIONS, VOL. 28, NO. 1, 2020

Gehring Inequalities On Time Scales, Martin Bohner and Samir H. Saker

Basin of Attraction of the Fixed Point and Period-Two Solutions of a
Certain Anti-Competitive Map, Emin Beso, Senada Kalabusic, and Esmir
Pilav

Fourier Approximation Schemes of Stochastic Pseudo-Hyperbolic
Equations with Cubic Nonlinearity and Regular Noise, Tengjin Zhao,
Chenzhong Wang, Quanyong Zhu, and Zhiyue Zhang

An Iterative Algorithm for Solving Split Feasibility Problems and
Fixed Point Problems in p-Uniformly Convex and Smooth Banach Spaces,
P. Chuasuk, A. Farajzadeh, and A. Kaewcharoen

Expressions and Dynamical Behavior of Rational Recursive Sequences,
E. M. Elsayed and Marwa M. Alzubaidi

Some Fixed Point Theorems of Non-Self Contractive Mappings in Complete
Metric Spaces, Dangdang Wang, Chuanxi Zhu, and Zhaoqi Wu

Double-Framed Soft Sets in B-Algebras, Jung Mi Ko and Sun Shin Ahn

Applications of Double Difference Fractional Order Operators to
Originate Some Spaces of Sequences, Anu Choudhary and Kuldip Raj

On the Dynamics of Higher-Order Anti-Competitive System:
x_(n+1)=A+y_n/(\sum_(i=1)^k x_(n-i)) , y_(n+1) = B+x_n/ (\sum_(i=1)^k
y_(n-i) ), A. Q. Khan, M. A. El-Moneam, E. S. Aly, and M. A. Aiyashi

Stability of a Modified Within-Host HIV Dynamics Model with
Antibodies, Ali Al-Qahtani, Shaban Aly, Ahmed Elaiw, and
E. Kh. Elnahary

Fourier Series of Two Variable Higher-Order Fubini Functions, Lee Chae
Jang, Gwan-Woo Jang, Dae San Kim, and Taekyun Kim

Weighted Composition Operators from Dirichlet Type Spaces to Some
Weighted-Type Spaces, Manisha Devi, Ajay K. Sharma, and Kuldip Raj

Oscillation Criteria for Differential Equations with Several
Non-Monotone Deviating Arguments, G. M. Moremedi, H. Jafari, and
I. P. Stavroulakis

Hyers-Ulam Stability of Second-Order Nonhomogeneous Linear Difference
Equations with a Constant Stepsize, Masakazu Onitsuka

Choquet-Iyengar Type Advanced Inequalities, George A. Anastassiou

Some Results About \Delta I-Statistically Pre-Cauchy Sequences with an
Orlicz Function, Hafize Gumus, Omer Kisi, and Ekrem Savas

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