NA Digest Monday, March 28, 2011 Volume 11 : Issue 13

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From: Pavel Solin <> <>
Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2011 21:47:23 -0700
Subject: Verified Butcher's Tables

I would like to thank numerous people for very interesting and
informative discussions that followed the Runge-Kutta brain teaser
post in NA-Digest Volume 1, Issue 05 from January 31, 2011. The answer
to question #1 is "KiRK".

Numerous people asked me to post my findings about question #2. For
those and others, Butcher's tables for over 40 different explicit,
implicit, low-order, and high-order methods (including embedded) are
available in the FEMhub Online Lab. Due to a few discrepancies in the
literature, the correctness of each table was verified via a Python
script that accepts an arbitrary Butcher's table as input parameter
and generates log-log plots of the local and global truncation errors.

Here is how you can access the Butcher's tables and run the
verification script for yourself in a web browser (no installation of
any software is required):

(1) Go to the Online Lab web page
(2) Create a free account (anti-spam measure) and log in.
(3) Double click on Browser, and click on "Fork" in the menu.
(4) A list of published worksheets appears. Select "Arbitrary RK
Method" which is at the end of the first section.
(5) Click "Fork".This will create a local copy in your account.
(6) Double-click on this worksheet in the Browser.
(7) Click "Evaluate all", and wait some time.
(8) Scroll down and look at the slopes in the log-log graphs.
These are the convergence orders for all methods.

Please let me know if you encounter any problems.

Sincerely, Pavel Solin


From: "Barrows, Lauren" <>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 16:21:49 -0400
Subject: ICERM: Call for Program and Workshop Applications

ICERM is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications
for our Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 semester programs and
workshops. Application forms can be found on the ICERM website

ICERM will be hosting two topical workshops during the month of
August: Mathematical Aspects of P vs NP and its Variants, August 1-5,
2011 Cluster Algebras and Statistical Physics, August 15-19, 2011

ICERM's Fall 2011 semester program, "Kinetic Theory: Analysis and
Computation" runs from September 7 - December 9, 2011.

Three workshops will take place during this Fall semester program:
Vlasov Models in Kinetic Theory, September 19-23, 2011 Applications of
Kinetic Theory and Computation, October 17-21, 2011 Boltzmann Models
in Kinetic Theory, November 7-11, 2011

Please use the online application listed above to apply. Any
questions can be directed to Lauren Barrows,


From: "Pinar, Ali" <> <>
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2011 18:37:29 -0600
Subject: Pre-registration for SIAM CSC, Germany, May 2011

Pre-registration for the upcoming SIAM workshop on combinatorial
scientific computing is now open
Until *Monday, April 4, 2011.*

More information about the workshop is available

Note that this meeting will be co-located with SIAM Conference on

Uwe and Ali


From: Coralia Cartis <> <>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 12:39:18 -0500
Subject: Maxwell Colloquium & Workshop, Edinburgh, May 2011

Felipe Cucker (City University of Hong Kong) will be giving the next
Maxwell Institute Colloquium at Edinburgh University on May 13th,
2011. Also, an associated workshop on Computational Complexity
Challenges in Optimization has been planned for May 12th, comprising
some diverse and exciting developments and speakers. Full details can
be found at:

You are warmly invited to join us for these events.

It would be very helpful if you could let the organizers Coralia
Cartis ( and Martin Lotz
( know if you intend to attend the one-day
workshop (for catering purposes).


From: Ned Nedialkov <> <>
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2011 11:25:25 -0400
Subject: Southern Ontario NA Day, Canada, May 2011

The Southern Ontario Numerical Analysis Day (SONAD) is an annual
one-day conference that brings together researchers (faculty, PDFs,
visitors) and graduate students working in broad areas of numerical
analysis and scientific computing at Ontario universities.

The Department of Computing and Software at McMaster University will
host SONAD on May 13th, 2011.

Keynote speakers are

o Wayne Enright, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto
Accurate and Reliable Software for Investigating Mathematical Models
Described by Systems of ODEs

o Peter Forsyth, Cheriton School of Computer Science, Univ of Waterloo
Bankers, Bonuses and Busts

We invite those graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who are
interested in giving a short (20 minute) talk to submit an abstract by
April 28th. Registration is until May 2nd.

For more details, see

Organizers: Ned Nedialkov and Sanzheng Qiao
McMaster University


From: Hamid Reza Shaker <> <>
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2011 16:37:03 -0500
Subject: Efficient Modelling & Control of Comp Sys, Denmark, May 2011

The technological world of today has been witnessing the increased
complexity due to the rapid development of the process plants and the
manufacturing processes. The computational complexity, the reliability
problems and the restrictions in the communication make the ordinary
control strategy for such large-scale complex systems expensive,
difficult and insufficient.

The complexity arises in many fields in the form of the highly
nonlinearities, the large order of the describing dynamical systems,
the large number of subsystems which are interacting and even the
large number of input and outputs of the system. To cope with the
complexity several techniques have been proposed over the last few
decades and recently received a lot of attention again due to the ever
increasing complexity of physical and man-made systems. These
techniques find application in the variety of fields ranging from the
electrical power systems, the hydraulic systems to the heat transfer,
and the chemical processes. The focus of the course is on the methods
which automatically simplify the modeling and control of the complex

A PhD course on 'Efficient Modelling and Control of Complex Systems'
will be held on May 23-25, 2011, at Aalborg University, Denmark. In
particular , the main focus of the course is on the methods for:
=95 Order reduction of large-scale systems
=95 System Approximation and controller structure selection
=95 Modeling and control of the cyber-physical systems

The application of the methods will be studied in the area of the
energy systems. Registration and More
details: Contact info:
Hamid Reza


From: Mladen Rogina <> <>
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2011 10:06:20 -0500
Subject: Deadlines approaching, ApplMath11, Croatia, Jun 2011

Dept. of Mathematics, Univ. of Zagreb, Croatia, is organizing Seventh
Conference on Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing, to be held
in Trogir, June 13-17, 2011. All relevant information, including
registration forms, hotel accommodation, styles etc. can be found
on Plenary speakers are:

* Gregoire Allaire, France
* Carla Manni, Italy
* John Miller, Ireland
* Maria Giovanna Mora, Italy
* Tom Lyche, Norway
* Larry Schumaker, US
* Tentative: Brahim Amaziane, France
* Tentative: Boris Mordukovich, US

Please note that registration and abstract submission dates are
approaching (April 15, 2011). Full text articles should be submitted
by the end of October 2011 to Mathematical Communications.


From: Youssef Marzouk <> <>
Date: Sat, 26 Mar 2011 16:48:29 -0500
Subject: Oberwolfach Seminar on Uncertainty Quant, Germany, Jun 2011

Oberwolfach Seminar: Spectral Methods of Uncertainty Quantification
Dates: 12--18 June 2011
Deadline for applications: 15 April 2011

This seminar will provide a concise introduction to the theory and
application of spectral methods for uncertainty quantification (UQ)
and a survey of the state of the art in this field, focusing primarily
on adaptive methods, inference techniques, and non-parametric UQ
approaches. Topics will include theory, analysis, and algorithmic
aspects. The target group of attendees includes researchers at the
advanced graduate or postdoctoral levels.

For further information on subject matter and logistics (including
travel support)

Applications including
o full name and address, including email address
o present position, university
o name of supervisor of Ph.D. thesis
o a short summary of previous work and interest

should be sent preferably by email (.ps or .pdf file) to:

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Gert-Martin Greuel
Universit=E4t Kaiserslautern
Fachbereich Mathematik
Erwin Schr=F6dingerstr.
67663 Kaiserslautern,


From: MiguelA.Bentez <> <>
Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2011 10:54:10 -0500
Subject: OPTPDE-BCAM Summer School and Workshop, Spain, Jul 2011

OPTPDE-BCAM 2011 Summer School and Workshop: "Challenges in Applied
Control and Optimal Design", BCAM, Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain: July
4th 2011 to July 8th 2011

The activity will consist on five mini-courses on different aspects of
Optimal Design, Control, Optimization, Numerics, and Industrial
Applications, in particular to Aeronautics, together with some other
seminars and Computing Laboratory works.

This activity will be particularly useful for young researchers, both
PhD students and postdocs but also an opportunity for senior
researchers to meet and develop joint research. This School will also
serve to attract people to this challenging area and to better orient
future research efforts.

* The registration period is now open with deadline April 30th 2011

* We are offering 20 grants for those attendees requiring financial
support. The grant may cover local expenses and, in some especial
cases, travel expenses too.

Best regards,
Ronald H W Hoppe and
Enrique Zuazua

For further information please visit the or contact


From: Katya Scheinberg <> <>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 13:24:45 -0500
Subject: MOPTA 2011, Lehigh University, Aug 2011

MOPTA 2011: Abstract Submission deadline: June 10, 2011
Modeling and Optimization: Theory and Applications (MOPTA 2011)
August 17-19, 2011, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

The conference is an annual event aiming to bring together a diverse
group of people from both discrete and continuous optimization,
working on both theoretical and applied aspects. Our target is to
present a diverse set of exciting new developments from different
optimization areas while at the same time providing a setting which
will allow increased interaction among the participants. We aim to
bring together researchers from both the theoretical and applied
communities who do not usually have the chance to interact in the
framework of a medium-scale event.

* Mark Daskin, University of Michigan
* Michael Ferris, University of Wisconsin
* Adrian Lewis, Cornell University
* Jorge More, Argonne National Labs
* Javier Pena, Carnegie Mellon University
* Cliff Stein, Columbia University
* Philippe Toint, University of Namur

An optimization modeling competition, sponsored by AIMMS is organized.
Finalist will present their results at a special session of MOPTA
2011. Competition entry submission deadline June 15, 2011.

Abstract Submission deadline: June 10, 2011
Early registration deadline: July 15, 2011
Conference date: *17-19 August 2011*.


From: Jerzy Wasniewski <> <>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 10:25:06 +0100 (CET)
Subject: Parallel Bio-Ccomputing, Poland, Sep 2011

Workshop on Parallel Computational Biology
September 11-14, 2011, Torun, Poland=09

Bioinformatics is the science of managing, mining, and extracting
knowledge from biological data. Since the last PBC workshop in 2009
the field has witnessed two growing paradigm shifts: improved third
generation sequencing technology and cloud computing. Because of the
flood of digital biological data in many more institutions,
application of diverse HPC techniques to solve bioinformatics problems
has become even more crucial to the success of the field.

The goal of this Workshop is to present the latest research in
high-performance computing applied to bioinformatics. We are
especially interested in parallel and distributed algorithms, memory
efficient algorithms, and design of high-performance software for
clusters, grids and clouds. Submission of articles dealing with
parallelization of applications on multi-/many-core, massively
parallel systems, accelerator architectures and large distributed
systems are specifically encouraged. Topics of interest include but
are not limited to:

The PBC Workshop will be held in conjunction with the Ninth
International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied
Mathematics PPAM 2011, Torun, Poland, September 11-14, 2011

Submission of Papers: April 30, 2011 (23:59 CET)
Notification of Acceptance: June 15, 2011
Camera-ready Papers: October 31, 2011


From: Daniel Potts <>
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2011 17:43:46 +0100
Subject: Summer School on Applied Analysis, Germany, Sep 2011

Summer School on Applied Analysis
September 26-30, 2011, Chemnitz, Germany

The summer school is devoted to applied analysis. The courses,
focusing on different aspects of applied analysis, will take place
Monday-Friday during the entire week. It is meant for training of
undergraduate students, Ph.D. students and young post-doc
researchers. The registration is free, but we may limit the number of
participants if necessary.

There will be five general lectures given by the following speakers.
The topics and speakers of the lectures will be

Koenraad Audenaert Operator monotone functions: old and new
Marc Van Barel Rank structured matrices: theory, algorithms and
Marko Lindner Spectra and finite sections of band operators
Steffen Roch Fractal algebras of discretization sequences
Woula Themistoclakis Polynomial approximation via de la Vallee Poussin

Further information and online registration is
available on the website:


From: Fabio Roda <> <>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 10:00:30 -0500
Subject: CSDM 2011, Paris, Dec 2011

(CSDM 2011), December 7-9, 2011 =96 Cit=E9 Universitaire, Paris (France)

Website :

The management of large-scale complex industrial systems has a
considerable strategic importance for an important number of
enterprises (most notably in Europe and North America). This spawned
the relatively new academic field of "system architecture &
engineering", producing a body of research that allows engineers to
manage the increasing complexity of the technical systems they
design. By its very nature, this field is at the interface between
industry and academia, and requires its practitioners to be well
versed in industrial application-related as well as theoretical
knowledge. The ambition of the CSDM conference is to be the meeting
point for the industrial and academic environments working in the
design and management of complex industrial systems.


=95 Optional abstract pre-submission deadline: April 4, 2011
=95 Submission deadline: April 22, 2011
=95 Acceptance notice for industrial contributions: June 13, 2011
=95 Acceptance notice for academic contributions: June 30, 2011
=95 Final version submission deadline: August 31, 2011
=95 Best papers awards: December 9, 2011

Submissions, see
More information can be found on the conference
For any questions, please write an email to:


From: Abdul Khaliq <> <>
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 07:27:29 -0500
Subject: Special Issue on SPDEs

International Journal of Computer Mathematics(IJCM) will publish a
special issue, Recent Advances on the Numerical Solutions of
Stochastic Partial Differential Equations(SPDEs) with guest editors:

Prof. Dr. Peter Kloeden, Goethe Universitaet, Germany
Prof. Dr. Klaus Ritter, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany

High quality original research papers are solicited for this special
issue. Each submitted paper should be not more than about 20 pages
and will be refereed according to IJCM policies. Papers should be
prepared according to the IJCM guidelines available

Paper should be submitted online via manuscript central through the
following website:

Authors should indicate the paper is for a special issue, entering
title as =91SPDEs=92 when prompted during submission.

Deadline for submission 31 July 2011
Reviews by 31 October 2011
Deadline for revision 31 January 2012
Notification of final decision 29 February 2012
Estimated Publication April 2012


From: Burak Aksoylu <> <>
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 18:12:20 +0200
Subject: Faculty Position at TOBB Univ of Econ and Technology, Turkey

Faculty Position Opening at the Department of Mathematics.

The Department of Mathematics at TOBB University of Economics and
Technology in Ankara, Turkey invites applications for faculty

Evidence of the ability to pursue a program of innovative research
together with projects and a strong commitment to graduate and
undergraduate teaching are required. The successful candidate will be
expected to teach courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels and
to build and lead a team of graduate students in Ph.D. research.

As a relatively young private university in Turkey, established in
2003, TOBB ETU has showed remarkable progress, and obtained a
respectable status among universities in Turkey. It consistently
attracts top students with very high scores (24 students from top 100
in LYS'10) in the national university entrance exam. The language of
education at TOBB ETU is Turkish and English. TOBB ETU offers
excellent research and teaching facilities. For further information,
please visit

Applicants should include a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a list
of publications, a statement of research, a statement of teaching
interests, and the names of four references. Please submit these
materials as a single PDF file labeled =E2=80=9CLastName_FirstName.pdf" Applications will be evaluated on a continuous
until the position is filled.


From: Joerg Fliege <> <>
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2011 22:49:49 +0000
Subject: Reader/Senior Lecturer in OR/MS, Univ Southampton

Salary - GBP45,366 - GBP57,021 per annum

School of Mathematics/School of Management, University of Southampton

The LANCS Initiative (see is a =A313
million project to expand UK research capacity in the foundations of
Operational Research (OR). LANCS is a collaboration between four of
the leading OR research groups in the UK (Lancaster, Cardiff and
Nottingham are joined with Southampton in the Initiative).

Benefiting from their position within the research-oriented culture of
a Russell Group University, the Schools of Management and Mathematics
are seeking to consolidate strength in Operational Research/Management
Science (OR/MS). Through the LANCS Initiative, three excellent
appointments have already been made at Lecturer level. Applications
are now invited for the post of Reader/Senior Lecturer in OR/MS. All
four of these posts are joint appointments between the two Schools.

You should have a PhD in OR/MS or a related discipline, and an
established high-quality research track record, ideally including
successful research grant applications. You will be expected to have
research expertise (and future research plans) closely aligned to one
of the research themes of the LANCS Initiative, currently Healthcare,
Transportation and Logistics, Optimisation, Stochastic Modelling,
Heuristic Understanding, and Systems to Build Systems. We particularly
welcome applicants with research interests in developing new
methodology that is applicable to actual practical problems.

Experience of teaching, assessment of students and dissertation
project supervision is essential. Duties, as determined by the Heads
of the Schools of Mathematics and Management, will include: conducting
research at international level in OR/MS; applying for externally
funded research grants; actively contributing to the research
activities of the LANCS initiative; and teaching undergraduate and
postgraduate students including the supervision of research students.
As part of the role, you will also be expected to support the
effective management and administration within the two Schools,
including helping to support the junior LANCS staff.

The position is available from 01 September 2011 or as soon as
possible thereafter.

Informal enquiries can be made at any time to:

-Professor Terry Williams, Head of the School of Management,
email:, tel +44 (0)23 8059 8994

-Professor James Vickers, Head of the School of Mathematics,
email:, tel +44 (0)23 8059 5113

-Professor Sally Brailsford, email:,
tel. +44 (0)23 8059 3567

-Professor Chris Potts, email:,
tel. +44 (0)23 8059 3651

Please apply online using the link below, or call 0230 592750. The
closing date for applications is 19 April 2011 at 12.00 noon. As part
of your completed application, you will be required to include
addresses of 3 referees and your full CV.

Interviews are likely to take place at the end of May 2011. As part of
the interview process, candidates will be invited to give a research
presentation. Please quote reference number 5310-11-J in all


From: George A Constantinides <>
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2011 04:12:53 -0500
Subject: Multiple vacancies, Imperial College, UK

Dear all,

As a result of a recently funded EPSRC Challenging Engineering award,
we are establishing a new Centre for Numerical Digital
Computation. Vacancies are now open across a range of areas. Please
see for full details.

We are very keen to receive applications from the NA community.



From: Janine Mauzeroll <> <
Date: Sat, 26 Mar 2011 08:16:25 -0500
Subject: Postdoc position in NA at UQAM Montreal University

A Post doctoral fellowship position is open for application in the
Faculty of Science in the Chemistry Department at the University of
Quebec in Montreal. The annual salary is 45,000 CAD$, which allows one
to live with their family quite comfortably in Montreal. The position
is initially for 1 year and may be prolonged up to 3 years provided
that sufficient progress is achieved.

The research project aims at studying corrosion processes using
SECM. Practical numerical simulation experience in electrochemistry
(preferably with Comsol Multiphysics) and strong theoretical
background in electrochemistry are essential employment
criteria. Practical laboratory experiences with microelectrochemical
experiments and scanning electrochemical microscopy are also desired
but not essential. The research will be performed in collaboration and
partly funded by General Motors of Canada. As such, the candidate is
expected to be able to manage time constraint projects and have good
communication skills. The knowledge of English is mandatory.

Requirements: Ph.D. in Applied Sciences. Although the work is highly
focused on simulations, a strong interest in experimental
electrochemistry is expected from the candidate.

The position is open until filled. Employment start date could be as
early as May 2011.

Please send a CV, reference letter and motivation letter to:

Prof. Janine Mauzeroll
Chemistry Department
University of Quebec in


From: Emma Avery <> <>
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 10:41:52 +0000
Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, 24(4)

Volume 24, Issue 4, April 2011

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

995, Two-dimensional attractors in the border-collision normal form,
Paul Glendinning and Chi Hong Wong

1011, Chemotaxis-growth under the influence of lateral inhibition in a
three-component reaction--diffusion system, Satoshi Kawaguchi

1033, A KAM theorem without action-angle variables for elliptic lower
dimensional tori, Alejandro Luque and Jordi Villanueva

1081, Well-posedness of two-layer shallow-water flow between two
horizontal rigid plates, Didier Bresch and Michael Renardy

1089, Spectra of Ruelle transfer operators for Axiom A flows, Luchezar

1121, A delay-dependent approach to robust control for neutral
uncertain neural networks with mixed interval time-varying delays,
Chien-Yu Lu

1137, Existence of subsonic heteroclinic waves for the
Frenkel--Kontorova model with piecewise quadratic on-site potential,
Carl-Friedrich Kreiner and Johannes Zimmer

1165, Lattice representation and dark solitons of the Fokas--Lenells
equation, V E Vekslerchik

1177, On the distribution for sums of partial quotients in continued
fraction expansions, Jun Wu and Jian Xu

1189, KAM tori for reversible partial differential equations, Jing
Zhang, Meina Gao and Xiaoping Yuan

1229, Large deviations on Markov towers, Yong Moo Chung

1253, Travelling plateaus for a hyperbolic Keller--Segel system with
attraction and repulsion{: existence and branching instabilities,
Beno\^i t Perthame, Christian Schmeiser, Min Tang and Nicolas

1271, Variational approximations of trapped vortices in the
large-density limit, D E Pelinovsky and P G Kevrekidis

1291, Large intersection classes on fractals, David F\"arm and Tomas

1311, Geometric construction and analytic representation of Julia sets
of polynomial maps, O Costin and M Huang

1329, A gradient structure for reaction--diffusion systems and for
energy-drift-diffusion systems, Alexander Mielke

1347, The Cauchy problem for a class of two-dimensional nonlocal
nonlinear wave equations governing anti-plane shear motions in elastic
materials, H A Erbay, S Erbay and A Erkip

1361, A note on diffusion limits of chaotic skew-product flows, I
Melbourne and A M Stuart


From: Giorgio Fotia <> <>
Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2011 05:28:00 -0500
Subject: Contents, Comm in Applied and Industrial Mathematics, 1(2)

Communications in Applied and Industrial Mathematics,

Tabe of contents, Vol 1, No 2 (2010)

Editorial introduction (i-iii)
Giorgio Fotia

SIMAI 2010 Organization (iv)


Modelling and numerical simulation of the polymeric extrusion process
in textile products (1-13), Paola Francesca Antonietti, Nur Aiman
Fadel, Marco Verani

On a generalized kinetic approach to Relativistic Extended
Thermodynamics (14-28), Maria Cristina Carrisi

Thermal and electrical modeling of sub-micron silicon devices (29-45),
Vincenza Di Stefano, Orazio Muscato

The distribution of prices in Financial Markets: a chaotic approach
(46-61), Leon Zingales, Francesco Scaramuzzino

Optimal control in wastewater management: a multi-objective study
(62-77), Miguel Ernesto Vazquez Mendez, Nestor Garc&#305;a-Chan, Lino
Jose Alvarez-Vazquez, Aurea Mart&#305;nez

Numerical algorithms for an inverse problem of corrosion detection
(78-98), Giulia Deolmi, Fabio Marcuzzi, Sergio Marinetti, Silvia Poles

A double scale model for bioremediation of a soil sample under gravity
driven flow (99-109), Iacopo Borsi, Angiolo Farina, Antonio Fasano,
Massimiliano Muratori

Adaptive sampling with a Lipschitz criterion for accurate metamodeling
(110-126), Alberto Lovison, Enrico Rigoni

Edge ideals and connection problems (127-134), Maurizio Imbesi, Monica
La Barbiera

A geometric perspective on Irreversible Thermodynamics. Part I:
general concepts (135-152), Marina Dolfin, Mauro Francaviglia

A mathematical model for the growth of elongated bones (153-164),
Antonio Fasano, Miguel =C1ngel Herrero, Jos=E9 Manuel L=F3pez, Elena Medina

On Leray=92s problem under Navier boundary conditions (165-185), Antonio

On the Stokes problem with slip boundary conditions (186-205),
Alfonsina Tartaglione

Thermodynamical equilibrium and space-time geometry - a survey
(206-215), Horst-Heino Borzeszkowski, Thoralf Chrobok, Wolfgang

Statistical mechanics and thermodynamics of turbulent quantum vortex
tangles (216-229), Michele Sciacca, David Jou, Maria Stella Mongiov=EC

A new concept for multiscale modelling of growing cell cultures
(230-248), Dirk Hartmann

A deterministic algorithm for optical flow estimation (249-268), Ivan
Gerace, Francesca Martinelli, Patrizia Pucci

Thermodynamics of ferromagnetic crystals with a non-Euclidean
structure as internal variable (269-282), Marina Dolfin, Mauro
Francaviglia, Liliana Restuccia

A rigorous approach to the solution of phase equilibrium of geothermal
fluids (283-298), Maurizio Ceseri, Alessandro Speranza

Rate of convergence to self-similarity for the fragmentation equation
in L 1 spaces (299-308), Mar=EDa J. C=E0ceres, Jos=E9 A. Ca=F1izo, St=E9pha=

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