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From: Barbara Fertalova barbara.fertalova@eai.eu

Date: January 03, 2016

**Subject: COMPSE 2016, Malaysia, Nov 2016**

Call for Papers - COMPSE

The requirements demands in problem solving have been increasingly in

demand in exponential way. The new technologies in computer science

and engineering have reduced the dimension of data coverage

worldwide. Thus the recent inventions in ICT have inched towards

reducing the gaps, and coverage of domains globally. The digging of

information in a large data, and the soft-computing techniques have

contributed a strength in prediction, analysis, and decision

potentials in the niche areas such as Computer Science, Engineering,

Management, Social Computing, Green Computing, Aviation, Finance,

Telecom etc. Nurturing the research in Engineering and Computing are

evident that finding a right pattern in the ocean of data.

Important Dates

Workshop/Tutorial proposals deadline: 12 February 2016

Full paper/Poster/Demo/workshop paper Submission deadline:

15 April 2016

Notification deadline: 13 May 2016

Camera-ready deadline: 15 July 2016

Submission: Papers should be submitted via Confy system. Please follow

instructions on initial submission and in author's kit when submitting

your paper.

http://compse-conf.org/2016/show/initial-submission

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From: Sven Leyffer leyffer@anl.gov

Date: January 02, 2016

**Subject: Postdoc Position, Argonne National Laboratory**

The Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National

Laboratory seeks a postdoc to conduct research in scalable algorithms

for mixed-integer nonlinear programming and PDE-constrained

optimization, particularly as applied to the modeling of optimal

design and operation of combined gas- and power-networks. The

successful candidate will have a background in PDE-constrained

optimization or mixed-integer nonlinear programming, in addition to

considerable knowledge of numerical algorithms and software for

optimization or PDEs, and good proficiency in scientific programming

languages (e.g. C/C++ or Fortran). Experience with parallel computing

is a plus.

More information on how to apply can be found at http://anl.jobs/lemont-

il/postdoctoral-appointee-

minlppde/292863A71A994E8AA5F2B6166AB0E5AE/job/

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From: Lothar Reichel reichel@math.kent.edu

Date: January 03, 2016

**Subject: Contents, ETNA, 44**

Contents, Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis (ETNA), vol.

44, 2015. ETNA is available at http://etna.math.kent.edu and at

several mirror sites.mETNA is in the extended Science Citation Index

and the CompuMath Citation Index

i-xiii Table of contents and abstracts

1-24 V. Mehrmann and H. Xu, Structure preserving deflation of infinite

eigenvalues in structured pencils

25-52 M. Bolten, M. Donatelli, and T. Huckle, Analysis of smoothed

aggregation multigrid methods based on Toeplitz matrices

53-72 J. W. Pearson, On the development of parameter-robust

preconditioners and commutator arguments for solving Stokes control

problems

73-82 N. Mastronardi and P. Van Dooren, Revisiting the stability of

computing the roots of a quadratic polynomial

83-123 S. Gazzola, P. Novati, and M. R. Russo, On Krylov projection

methods and Tikhonov regularization

124-139 N. Li, C. Navasca, and C. Glenn, Iterative methods for

symmetric outer product tensor decomposition

140-152 E. Berriochoa, A. Cachafeiro, J. Diaz, and J. Illan, Explicit

formulas for Hermite-type interpolation on the circle and applications

153-176 M. Feischl, T. Fuhrer, M. Karkulik, J. M. Melenk, and D.

Praetorius, Quasi-optimal convergence rates for adaptive boundary

element methods with data approximation. Part II: hyper-singular

integral equation

177-188 J. Sifuentes, Z. Gimbutas, and L. Greengard, Randomized

methods for rank-deficient linear systems

189-229 M. M. S. Nasser, Fast solution of boundary integral equations

with the generalized Neumann kernel

230-249 C. Hofreither, U. Langer, and C. Pechstein, BEM-based finite

element tearing and interconnecting methods

250-270 L. Banas, M. Page, and D. Praetorius, A convergent linear

finite element scheme for the Maxwell-Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert

equations

271-280 K. Castillo and F. R. Rafaeli, On the discrete extension of

Markov's theorem on monotonicity of zeros

281-288 J. L. Aurentz, Fast algorithms for spectral differentiation

matrices

289-305 N. J. Ford, M. L. Morgado, and M. Rebelo, An implicit finite

difference approximation for the solution of the diffusion equation

with distributed order in time

306-326 Y. Yamamoto, Y. Nakatsukasa, Y. Yanagisawa, and T. Fukaya,

Roundoff error analysis of the CholeskyQR2 algorithm

327-341 J. L. Aurentz, T. Mach, R. Vandebril, and D. S. Watkins, Fast

and stable unitary QR algorithm

342-366 Y. Eidelman and I. Haimovici, The fast bisection eigenvalue

method for Hermitian order one quasiseparable matrices and

computations of norms

367-400 Y. Qiu, M. B. van Gijzen, J.-W. van Wingerden, M. Verhaegen,

and C. Vuik, Efficient preconditioners for PDE- constrained

optimization problem with a multilevel sequentially semiseparable

matrix structure

401-442 J. Brousek, P. Frankova, M. Hanus, H. Kopincova, R. Kuzel,

R. Tezaur, P. Vanek, and Z. Vastl, An overview of multilevel methods

with aggressive coarsening and massive polynomial smoothing

443-461 A. Loneland, L. Marcinkowski, and T. Rahman, Edge-based

Schwarz methods for the Crouzeix-Raviart finite volume element

discretization of elliptic problems

462-471 P. Mokhtary, High-order modified Tau method for non-smooth

solutions of Abel integral equations

472-496 A. Brandt, J. Brannick, K. Kahl, and I. Livshits, Algebraic

distance for anisotropic diffusion problems: multilevel results

497-521 J. G. Calvo, A two-level overlapping Schwarz method for

H(curl) in two dimensions with irregular subdomains

522-547 A. Gaul and N. Schlomer, Preconditioned Recycling Krylov

subspace methods for self-adjoint problems

548-571 H. Kanda, Laminar-turbulent transition in pipe flow: wall

effects and critical Reynolds number

572-592 M. El Bouajaji, V. Dolean, M. J. Gander, S. Lanteri, and

R. Perrussel, Discontinuous Galerkin discretizations of optimized

Schwarz methods for solving the time-harmonic Maxwell's equations

593-623 Z. Drmac, SVD of Hankel matrices in Vandermonde-Cauchy product

form

624-638 Z. Teng, L. Lu, and R.-C. Li, Perturbation of partitioned

linear response eigenvalue problems

639-659 P. Veedu Viswanathan and A. Kumar Bedabrata Chand,

Monotone-comonotone approximation by fractal cubic splines and

polynomials

660-670 G. Opfer, Polynomial interpolation in nondivision algebras

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