NA Digest, V. 24, # 8

NA Digest Wednesday, May 29, 2024 Volume 24 : Issue 8

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Daniel M. Dunlavy
Sandia National Labs

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From: Brynjulf Owren
Date: April 30, 2024
Subject: Syvert Nørsett

With great sadness we report that Syvert Paul Norsett, Professor
Emeritus at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, passed
away on April 29, 2024, at the age of 79 after a short period of
illness. Norsett was a pioneer in the field of numerical methods for
ordinary differential equations, where he made a wide range of
important contributions over his career. He also did important work in
approximation theory and integral equations. Norsett played an
important role in the Norwegian mathematical community. He was a
mentor and door opener to the international research community for
many young Norwegian researchers, and was known for his warm and
generous personality and for spreading joy and enthusiasm among his
friends and colleagues. Our thoughts go to his wife, Edith, his 4
children and 6 grandchildren.

Anne Kvaerno and Brynjulf Owren

From: Tim Hopkins
Date: May 21, 2024
Subject: Trying to contact Richard (Dick) Wait

I am trying to get in contact with my former PhD supervisor, Dr
Richard Wait. I was a graduate student in the Computation and
Statistical Science (C&SS) Department at Liverpool from 1972-1974 and
was awarded my degree in 1977. I know Dick left Liverpool and worked
at Upsalla University around 2008 but I have been unable to find any
more recent information regarding his whereabouts.

Has anyone got any current contact details or news of his location
since he left Upsalla that they could share with me?

From: Michael Heroux
Date: May 04, 2024
Subject: Call for Nominations, ACM TOMS EiC

The term of the current Editors-in-Chief (EiCs) of the ACM
Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS, is coming to an end, and the ACM
Publications Board has set up a nominating committee to assist the
Board in selecting new EiC leadership. TOMS documents the theoretical
underpinnings of numeric, symbolic, algebraic, and geometric computing
applications. It focuses on analysis and construction of algorithms
and programs, and the interaction of programs and
architecture. Algorithms documented in TOMS are available as the
Collected Algorithms of the ACM at TOMS was established
in 1975; it was the first ACM journal to develop a separate reviewing
process to enhance the reproducibility of presented research and reuse
generated artifacts.

Nominations, including self-nominations, are invited for a three-year
term as TOMS EiC, beginning on September 1, 2024. The previous EiC
role was handle by two co-EiCs in a partnership. We welcome
nominations, including joint self-nominations, for co-EiCs. The EiC
appointment may be renewed at most one time. This is a voluntary
position, but ACM will provide appropriate administrative support.

The deadline for submitting nominations is June 17, 2024, although
nominations will continue to be accepted until the position is
filled. Please send all nominations to the search committee chair,
Michael Heroux (

For more details, see:

From: Tzanio Kolev
Date: May 08, 2024
Subject: MFEM Version 4.7

Version 4.7 of MFEM, a lightweight, general, scalable C++ library for
finite element methods, is now available at:

The goal of MFEM is to enable high-performance scalable finite element
discretization research and application development on a wide variety
of platforms, ranging from laptops to exascale supercomputers.

Some of the new additions in version 4.7 are:
- Named mesh attribute sets.
- General refinement of NURBS meshes.
- Capability to partition big serial meshes.
- Support for single and double precision builds.
- New integrator for hyperbolic conservation laws.
- Capability to construct cut-FEM integration rules.
- Partial assembly and GPU support for DG diffusion.
- GPU-accelerated LOR assembly on surface meshes.
- Automatically sync runtime compute policy with hypre.
- Mortar contact miniapp based on the Tribal library.
- LOR block GPU solver for linear elasticity.
- Bramble-Pasciak preconditioner for the Darcy problem.
- Updated Doxygen documentation style.

The MFEM library has many more features, including:
- 2D and 3D, arbitrary order H1, H(curl), H(div), L2, NURBS elements.
- State-of-the-art MPI scalability and GPU acceleration.
- Conforming/nonconforming adaptive mesh refinement (AMR), including
anisotropic refinement, derefinement and parallel load balancing.
- Galerkin, mixed, isogeometric, discontinuous Galerkin, hybridized,
and DPG discretizations.
- Support for triangular, quadrilateral, tetrahedral and hexahedral
elements, including arbitrary order curvilinear meshes.
- Scalable algebraic multigrid, time integrators, and eigensolvers.
- Interactive OpenGL visualization with the MFEM-based GLVis tool.

MFEM is being developed in CASC, LLNL and is freely available under a
BSD license. For more details, see the interactive documentation and
the full CHANGELOG at

From: Markus Schmuck
Date: April 18, 2024
Subject: New Book, Complex Heterogeneous Systems

Complex Heterogeneous Systems by Markus Schmuck

The author's research on energy storage systems generally was
confronted with five characteristics, i.e., complex, interacting,
transporting, reacting, and heterogeneous systems. Hence, we refer to
these kind of systems as Complex Heterogeneous Systems (CHeSs).

The work considers interacting systems that exchange energy, mass,
information, etc. in various ways. The elementary building blocks of
CHeSs are based on fundamental thermodynamic, chemical, material,
physical, and mathematical principles such as variational and graph-
theoretic concepts. It investigates ways of defining complexity,
computing percolation thresholds, making smart decisions also by
learning from data/past experiences (e.g., providing a systematic
approach towards battery management systems), and identifying battery
life (e.g., by blow-up analysis of highly nonlinear concentrated

Ultimately, the elaborated tools shall allow the reader to obtain a
general understanding for simulating (also on quantum computers),
controlling, and developing CHeSs as well as to pave the way for a
general theory on CHeSs generalizing the view on complexity,
measurement, estimation, and control.

- Bridges gaps between rigorous mathematical and applied sciences.
- Elaborates methods to understand, control, and develop new CHeSs.
- Establishes the multiscale frameworks' importance beyond quantum

Bookstore link:

From: Dr.Peeyush Singh
Date: April 19, 2024
Subject: Financial Mathematics, SPDE Theory, ..., ONLINE, Jun 2024

Greetings from the Department of Mathematics, School of Advanced
Sciences (SAS), VIT-AP University, Andhra Pradesh, India!

We are glad to inform you that the School of Advanced Sciences (SAS)
is organizing an online Five Day Faculty Development Program (FDP) on
Financial Mathematics, SPDE Theory, Mathematical Modeling and Current
Numerical Trends [24-28 June, 2024 (Online Mode)] from 24th to 28th of
June, 2024. The objective of the event is to give a brief overview of
some mathematical/measure theory and optimization tools relevant to
financial mathematics, its available analytical analysis tool,
Stochastic calculus appears in finance, future prediction of profit
(loss), risk control and current computational tools to solve PDEs
arise in the models.

For the FDP registration click on the link given below.

Detailed information about the FDP can also be found in the
brochure. For any query email us on

From: Jae-Hun Jung
Date: May 21, 2024
Subject: MINDS Advances in High-order Methods, South Korea, Jun 2024

We are happy to announce the MINDS International Workshop on "Advances
in High-order Methods - fluid dynamics, biomedical science, and
exascale computing", which will be held from June 10th to June 13th,
2024, at Pohang in South Korea. Registration is free of charge and can
be found at the following link.

Confirmed Speakers are
- Paul Fischer (University of Illinois Urbana Champaign) - Plenary Speaker
- Wai-Sun Don (Hong Kong Baptist University)
- Kenji Yasuoka (Keio University)
- Linyu Peng (Keio University)
- Jiaxi Gu (POSTECH)
- Jooyoung Hahn (Slovak University of Technology)
- Sehun Chun (Yonsei University)
- Ji-Hoon Kang (KISTI)
- Oh-Kyoung Kwon (KISTI)
- Hojun You (Sejong University)
- Hyeokjoo Park (Yonsei University)

Find more information about the workshop at the following link:

From: Svetozar Margenov
Date: April 23, 2024
Subject: Scientific Computations and Advanced Applications, Bulgaria, Jun 2024

The 4th International Conference "Numerical Methods for Scientific
Computations and Advanced Applications" will take place in June 17-21,
2024, Sozopol, Bulgaria:

Special Sessions: (i) Numerical Solution of Fractional Differential
Equations and Applications, organized by Lidia Aceto (Italy) and
Stanislav Harizanov (Bulgaria); (ii) Advanced Computing in Life and
Material Sciences and Climate Research, organized by Nevena Ilieva
(Bulgaria); (iii) Mathematical Modelling in Medicine, organized by
Stefka Fidanova (Bulgaria)

Invited Speakers: Lidia Aceto (IT); Oleg Iliev (Germany); Johannes
Kraus (Germany); Maya Neytcheva (Sweden); Ludmil Zikatanov (USA).
There are still a limited number of slots available for
presentations. For more details, contact the organizers directly at:

From: Iain Duff
Date: May 14, 2024
Subject: Sparse Days at CERFACS, France, Jun 2024

The deadline for registration for this year's Annual Sparse Days
meeting at CERFACS in Toulouse on 17 and 18 June 2024 is 31st May 2024
usingthe web site It would
greatly help our planning if you could register before then.

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 Monday 17th June which will be held in the restaurant
Au Gascon.

The Algo Team traditionally hold a Burns Supper every year and this
year's will be on Tuesday 18th June. Please let me know if you are
interested in joining us at this event.

In addition to our core of numerical linear algebra, talks in
optimization, data assimilation,and scientific machine learning, for
example are welcome.The maximum length for the talk and questions is
30 minutes but you are welcome to request a shorter slot. As usual we
will not be having parallel sessions so talk times may be negotiable.

From: Franziska Nestler
Date: May 02, 2024
Subject: Women in Data Science, Germany, Jun 2024

We are happy to announce the third Women in Data Science (WiDS)
Conference at TU Chemnitz, Germany. The event will take place on June
6 to 7, 2024. WiDS Chemnitz is independently organized by members of
the Junior Research Group SALE to be part of the mission to increase
participation of women in data science and to feature outstanding
women doing outstanding work. People of all genders are welcome to
participate in WiDS Chemnitz.

Invited talks:
- Bianca Scheffler-Loth (Swiss Re): "The importance of AI, data and
technology in large companies - a personal travelog"
- Josefine Umlauft (Universitat Leipzig, ScaDS.AI): "Machine Learning
for Earth System Sciences - Potential and Challenges"
- Andrea Walther (Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin): "Nonsmooth
optimization for machine learning"
- Carolin Penke (Forschungszentrum Julich): "An Introduction to Large
Language Models"
- Josephine Thomas (Universitat Kassel): "The Power of Graphs - Graph
Neural Networks for an Effective Power Grid and the Optimization of
Printed Circuit Boards"

We host a career panel and a poster session. All female researchers
are very welcome to contribute a poster. We imagine WiDS Chemnitz to
be an easy-going event supporting women in the field of data science
and helping them to gain exposure for their work, and connecting
like-minded researchers across career stages. More details as well as
the registration form can be found on our website. Participation is
free of charge. Registration deadline is May 30, 2024.

Website WiDS Chemnitz: Junior
Research Group SALE:

From: Robert Corless
Date: May 02, 2024
Subject: LALO 60: Matrices and Polynomials, Canada, Jul 2024

LALO 60 - Matrices and Polynomials in Computer Algebra: Algorithms and
Software, July 22-24, 2024 London, Ontario, Canada

The Department of Computer Science at Western University is pleased to
announce the international conference on Matrices and Polynomials in
Computer Algebra: Algorithms and Software, scheduled from July 22 to
July 24, 2024. This conference aims to unite researchers,
practitioners, and academics to explore recent advancements and
innovations in computer algebra focusing on matrices and polynomials.
Celebrating Professor Laureano Gonzalez-Vega's 60th Birthday: This
conference will also commemorate the 60th birthday of Professor
Laureano Gonzalez-Vega, whose contributions to the field are very
well- known.

The topics of interest for the conference include: Polynomial root
isolation; Matrix computations and algorithms; Symbolic and numerical
methods for polynomial and matrix problems; Applications of matrices
and polynomials in computer algebra; Software systems and tools for
matrices and polynomials; Computational real algebraic geometry.

We are grateful to the following colleagues who have accepted to
deliver keynote presentations at LALO 60: Jane Breen, Ontario Tech
University, Canada; Gema Maria Diaz-Toca, Universidad de Murcia,
Spain; Jurgen Gerhard, Maplesoft, Canada; Tomas Recio, Universidad
Antonio de Nebrija, Spain; Marie-Francoise Roy, University of Rennes,
France; Juan Rafael Sendra, CUNEF Universidad, Spain

Authors are encouraged to submit an extended abstract of 4-8 pages
related to matrices and polynomials in computer algebra. Papers
should not duplicate work published or submitted for consideration
elsewhere. For their submissions, we encourage authors to consider
the LaTeX style of the Maple Transactions, which is available at: .
All submissions will undergo a selection process by the program
committee. Submissions will be handled through EasyChair at:

From: Matthew Scroggs
Date: May 10, 2024
Subject: PDESoft, UK, Jul 2024

PDESoft (PDE software frameworks conference) 2024 will take place on
1-3 July 2024 in Cambridge, UK. It is an opportunity for users and
developers of software tools for solving PDEs and allied areas to come
together to present and discuss current and future directions of

The talk submission form, more information about the conference and
registration can be found at

From: Leo Liberti
Date: April 25, 2024
Subject: Symposium on Experimental Algorithms, Italy, Jul 2024

SEA 2024: 22nd Symposium on Experimental Algorithms
Vienna, Austria, July 24-26, 2024

SEA aims to attract papers from the Computer Science community, the
Operations Research/Mathematical Programming community and any other
scientific community that is concerned with the main theme of the
symposium, namely the role of experimentation and of algorithm
engineering techniques in the design and evaluation of algorithms and
data structures. Submissions should present significant contributions
supported by experimental evaluation, methodological issues in the
design and interpretation of experiments, the use of
(meta-)heuristics, or application-driven case studies that deepen the
understanding of the complexity of a problem. A main goal of SEA is
also the creation of a friendly environment that can lead to and ease
the establishment or strengthening of scientific collaborations and
exchanges among attendees.

- Pascal Schweitzer (TU Darmstadt, Germany)
- Yllka Velaj (University of Vienna, Austria)


Early registration: May 31, 2024*
Late registration: July 3, 2024*
Afterwards, only on-site registration is possible.

If you have any questions about the conference organization, including
the registration procedure, please email us at

From: Yury Korolev
Date: April 29, 2024
Subject: Machine Learning in Infinite Dimensions, UK, Aug 2024

We would like to draw your attention to a workshop on Machine Learning
in Infinite Dimensions to be held at the University of Bath from the
5th to the 9th of August 2024. Lifting high-dimensional problems to an
infinite-dimensional space and designing algorithms in that setting
has been a fruitful idea in many areas of applied mathematics,
including inverse problems, optimisation, and partial differential
equations. This approach is sometimes referred to as
"optimise-then-discretise" and allows the development of algorithms
that are inherently dimension- and discretisation-independent and can
perform better in high-dimensions. In the context of machine learning,
this paradigm can be rephrased as "learn-then-discretise".

This workshop aims to bring together researchers who work on different
aspects of infinite-dimensionality in machine learning. Topics
include, but are not restricted to, Gaussian process regression,
operator learning, function spaces of neural networks, and measure
transport. Attendance is free but we ask all attendees to apply
before 5th June. Support for travel and/or accommodation is available
for (a limited number of) PhD students and early career researchers -
please apply before 5th June.

We acknowledge generous support of the International Centre for
Mathematical Sciences, Edinburgh and the London Mathematical Society,
as well as the EPSRC programme grant Maths4DL.

More details can be found on the workshop's webpage:

From: Wolfgang Bangerth
Date: April 22, 2024
Subject: deal.II User and Developer Workshop, USA, Aug 2024

The 11th deal.II Users' and Developers' workshop will be held August
12-16, 2024 in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. The intent of this
workshop is to discuss applications and tools using deal.II, as well
as future directions for the library itself. deal.II is a widely used
open source library supporting finite element computations,

If you are a user of deal.II, you are invited to participate! In
addition (though this is not a requirement for participation), we
invite proposals for talks and discussion topics by users and existing
developers in the following areas:
- Use cases and applications of the library.
- What users think would be useful directions for the library to go
into, things that are missing, and possibly getting people together
who can help implement those parts.
- Newer parts of the library (e.g., geometry descriptions, large
parallel computations, etc.) and how these could help in your
A significant part of the time will be set aside for "hackathon"- or
"code jam"-style sessions where people can ask questions, work on
their codes with others, and receive help from experienced users.

For workshop and registration information, see

Deadline for registration: June 9, 2024.

Travel support: A limited amount of (domestic) travel support is
available courtesy of the National Science Foundation, and will be
given on a first come first serve basis, with preference to
undergraduate and graduate students. If you need support, please state
so in your registration! We expect to be able to fully support 50-60

From: Stephan Rave
Date: May 21, 2024
Subject: pyMOR School and User Meeting, Germany, Aug 2024

We are very happy to invite you to the sixth pyMOR School, which will
take place from August 26-30, 2024, in Munster, Germany.

This school is targeted at anyone interested to apply model order
reduction in their work using pyMOR ( It will offer
interactive lectures on some of the most important MOR methods and how
to use these methods with pyMOR. In hands-on sessions, participants
will have the opportunity to either gain more experience with pyMOR
through exercise problems or to work on integrating pyMOR into their
existing projects with the help of the pyMOR developers.

Experienced users of pyMOR and related software packages are
especially invited to join us for the integrated user meeting from
Thursday morning to Friday noon. A code sprint will take place on
Thursday evening.

Registration is open until July 31, 2024.
For further information, visit

From: Patricio Farrell
Date: May 02, 2024
Subject: AMaSiS 2024, Berlin, Sep 2024

We are delighted to announce AMaSiS 2024, the international workshop
on "Applied Mathematics and Simulation for Semiconductor Devices."
Join semiconductor experts from mathematics, physics and engineering
in Berlin from September 11th to 13th, 2024. Dive into hands-on
tutorials on September 10th, preceding the main event.

Confirmed invited speakers are: Dilara Abdel (WIAS Berlin); Urs
Aeberhard (Fluxim AG, ETH Zurich); Chris Anderson (UCLA, Los Angeles);
Guiseppe Ali (U Calabria); Felix Beaudoin (Nanoacademic Technologies,
Montreal); Nicola Courtier (U Oxford); Marcel Filoche (Institut
Langevin, ESPCI, Paris); Maxime Herda (U Lille); Ansgar Jungel (TU
Vienna); Evelyne Knapp (ZHAW Zurich); Irena Knezevic (U
Wisconsin-Madison); Mathieu Luisier (ETH Zurich); Costanza Manganelli
(IHP Microelectronics, Frankfurt); Cristina Medina Bailon (U Granada);
Nella Rotundo (U Florence); Alberto Tibaldi (Politecnico di Torino);
William Vandenberghe (U Texas, Dallas); Bernd Witzigmann (FAU

More details regarding registration and submission of talks:

From: Fleurianne Bertrand
Date: April 28, 2024
Subject: Chemnitz Finite Element Symposium, Germany, Sep 2024

We are pleased to present the announcement for the 37th Chemnitz
Finite Element Symposium September 9 - 11, 2024
Registration and abstract submission are now open.

This year, the FE Symposium places special emphasis on: Discontinuous
Galerkin Methods; Shape Optimization; Pressure Robustness and Mass
Conservation in Incompressible Flows.

Invited Speakers are
- Susanne Brenner (Louisiana State University)
- Jay Gopalakrishnan (Portland State University)
- Michael Hinze (Universitat Koblenz)

- June 16, 2024: submission of abstracts
- July 7, 2024: registration

For the registration form and further information, please visit:

From: Ulrich Römer
Date: May 22, 2024
Subject: Frontiers of UQ in Engineering (FrontUQ), Germany, Sep 2024

A new edition of Frontiers of Uncertainty Quantification in
Engineering (FrontUQ) will take place from September 24-27 2024 in
Braunschweig, Germany and you can now register and/or submit an
abstract. This is a unique opportunity to communicate your latest
research on uncertainty quantification, regarding methods advances,
applications in aerospace engineering or other fields and UQ software,
in particular. The workshop will feature keynotes from Raul Tempone,
Richard Dwight, Elisabeth Ullmann, John Schaefer, Bojana Rosic and
Richard Butler.

We invite you to submit a short abstract for a presentation, poster or
contribution to a software tutorial until June 30.

This edition will put a special focus on UQ software and several UQ
software projects, selected by the scientific committee from
applicants, will have the opportunity to present themselves in
hands-on tutorials.

For more details on submission guidelines, registration procedures,
and other information, please visit our conference webpage at or contact

From: Jose Luis Gracia
Date: May 04, 2024
Subject: Mathematics and its Applications, Spain, Sep 2024

The Seventeenth International Conference Zaragoza-Pau on Mathematics
and its Applications to be held September 4-6, 2024 in Jaca
(Spain). This biennial conference is organized by the Universite de
Pau et des Pays de l'Adour (France) and the Universidad de Zaragoza
(Spain). The aim of this international conference is to present
through conferences, mini-symposia, oral communications and poster
sessions, recent results in Mathematics and its Applications.

Confirmed plenary speakers: Amel Ben Abda (Ecole Nationale
d'Ingenieurs de Tunis, Tunisia); Marco Cannone (Universite Gustave
Eiffel, France); Matthieu Duponcheel (Universite catholique de
Louvain, Belgium); Ernesto Estrada (Instituto de Fisica
Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Complejos, CSIC, Universidad de las Islas
Baleares, Spain); Sarka Necasova (Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague,
Czech Republic); Joan Porti (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona,
Spain); Justo Puerto (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Maria Luisa
Rapun (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain); Blas Vinagre
(Universidad de Extremadura, Spain).

The deadline to submit abstracts for posters and contributed talks is
June 10, 2024 and for early registration is June 24, 2024.

Further information, including fees and deadlines, can be found at

From: Boris Kramer
Date: May 28, 2024
Subject: Model Reduction and Surrogate Modeling, USA, Sep 2024

Registration is now open for the Model Reduction and Surrogate
Modeling 2024 (MORe24) conference to be held at the Scripps Seaside
Forum, UC San Diego, from September 9 - 13, 2024. Early-bird
registration ($400 early career/$500 general) ends June 20 and regular
($475/$550) registration closes on August 25. Please go to the
conference website for the
registration link and other up- to-date information.

Model reduction and surrogate modeling is a field of research that
combines applied and computational mathematics, computer science, and
many engineering domains. Approximating high-dimensional complex
systems with low-dimensional efficient surrogate models requires
rigorous mathematical analysis, efficient algorithms, and can leverage
domain expertise. This 5-day conference will bring together
computational scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and domain
experts from industry, the national laboratories, and academia.

Early-career support for US-based researchers: We applied for, and
anticipate funding from the US National Science Foundation to support
registration and accommodation for US-based Early Career Researchers
(Student or having obtained a PhD after September 09, 2021). The
amount of support will depend on the number of eligible applicants and
requests. Please check the conference website for application
instructions (deadline June 15, 2024).

From: Helmut Podhaisky
Date: May 15, 2024
Subject: NUMDIFF-17, Germany, Sep 2024

Conference on the Numerical solution of Differential and
Differential-Algebraic Equations in Halle, Germany

Plenary speakers: Robert Altmann, Jean-Francois Chassagneux, Raffaele
D'Ambrosio, Kristian Debrabant, Kathrin Flasskamp, Dietmar Gallistl,
Johannes Gerstmayr, Daniel Kressner, Sandra May, Cecilia Paglianitini,
Jennifer Ryan, Radu Serban, Rob Stevenson, Luan Vu Thai, Mechthild

Deadline for registration: 30 June 2024

From: A. Lintermann, S. Herff, J.H. Göbbert
Date: May 16, 2024
Subject: Parallel CFD (ParCFD), Germany, Sep 2024

Due to numerous requests, we decided to extend the submission deadline
for the 35th Edition of ParCFD to June 5th, midnight (Central European
Summer Time - CEST).

The submission system is now open again and we are looking forward to
your contributions in one of the mini-symposia:

- MS1: Quantum Computing for CFD Applications
- MS2: Advances in Parallel Simulation of Reacting Flow
- MS3: Convergence of Artificial Intelligence and High-Performance
Computing for Computational Fluid Dynamics (AI + HPC4CFD PT. 3)
- MS4: Modernizing CFD: Exploring CI/CD for Improved Software
Development Life Cycle
- MS5: HPC Biomechanics and New Challenges
- MS6: Mini-Symposium on Tool Support for Developing Highly-Parallel
CFD Applications
- MS7: Lattice Boltzmann Method-Based Computational Fluid Dynamics and
its Application
- MS8: Machine Learning-Based Reduced Order Models for Fluid Flow
Emulators and Application to Design Optimization
- MS9: Computational Fluid Dynamics with High-Order Spectral Element
Methods on GPUs

or in a general track. More information on the mini-symposia can be
found here:
symposia More information on submitting an abstract can be found here:

From: Martin Schmidt
Date: May 17, 2024
Subject: Constrained Optimization and Machine Learning, Germany, Oct 2024

The Research Training Group "Algorithmic Optimization" at Trier
University proudly announces its 8th autumn school taking place
October 9-11, 2024.

This year's focus will be on the intersection of constrained
optimization and machine learning.

In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, the intersection
of constrained optimization and machine learning is gaining immense
significance. As we tackle intricate real-world challenges, the
synergy between these two domains gets more and more important. While
unconstrained optimization methods have predominantly been employed in
machine learning so far, constraints are becoming prevalent in a wide
array of applications. This school offers a unique opportunity to
deepen comprehension and delve into the latest advancements at the
interface of the two fields. Thus, participants will acquire
invaluable skills to confront the challenges of tomorrow.

The confirmed lecturers of this school are Emilio Carrizosa
(University of Sevilla), Tim Hoheisel (McGill University), and Andrea
Lodi (Cornell University).

All further information and the registration form can be found at

From: Peter Bastian
Date: April 21, 2024
Subject: Hardware-aware Scientific Computing, Germany, Oct 2024

We pleased to announce the Indo-german Workshop on "Hardware-aware
Scientific Computing (IGHASC)" which will take place on October 28-30,
2024 in Heidelberg, Germany at the Interdisciplinary Center for
Scientific Computing.

The purpose of this workshop is to foster interactions between
scientists from India and Germany on the most recent innovations,
trends, and challenges in frontier areas of scientific computing,
including but not limited to: High-Performance Computing;
Resource-aware numerical methods; Scalable methods for solving partial
differential equations (PDEs); Optimal control of PDEs; Large-scale
Bayesian inference and data assimilation; Scientific Machine Learning.

Important dates:
- Abstract submission July 15, 2024
- Acceptance notification August 15, 2024
- Early registration deadline August 1, 2024
- Final registration deadline October 15, 2024

For more information and registration go to

From: John Zweck
Date: May 09, 2024
Subject: SIAM Texas-Louisiana Section Meeting, USA, Oct 2024

The 7th annual meeting of the SIAM Texas-Louisiana section will be
held at Baylor University from Friday October 11th to Sunday October

Our plenary speakers for this year are
- Carrie Manore (Los Alamos National Lab)
- Gunner Martinsson (UT Austin)
- Beatrice Riviere (Rice University)
- Hal Schenck (Auburn)

In addition, the conference will feature mini-symposia, poster
sessions and a career panel. The deadline for mini-symposium
proposals is August 1st. Some student travel support will be
available for eligible applicants.

Please see the annual meeting website
for more information.

From: Paolo Zunino
Date: May 12, 2024
Subject: Mathematics for Sustainability, Italy, Nov 2024

The "Mathematics for Sustainability" initiative will take place in
November 2024 at the Department of Mathematics, Politecnico di Milano,
Milan, Italy.

It is divided into two workshops:
- "Mathematics for our Health" (M4H), 7-8 November
- "Mathematics for Planet Earth" (M4E), 11-12 November

"Mathematics for our Health" brings together experts at the
intersection of mathematics, data science and medical research to
study innovative models to improve medical care. The work will focus
on studying how mathematical and computational techniques can support
the development of precision medicine, optimize the allocation of
healthcare resources and improve the analysis and management of
multimodal patient data.

"Mathematics for Planet Earth" aims to highlight the fundamental role
of mathematics in understanding the problems inherent to planet Earth.
Presentations will cover various topics: eg climate change, resource
management and conservation. Participants will have the opportunity to
learn state-of-the-art mathematical methodologies for understanding
and conserving our planet.

Further information is available on the web pages of the two events:

From: Wenjing Ye
Date: April 30, 2024
Subject: BEM Symposium, Hong Kong SAR, Dec 2024

I would like to draw your attention to the forthcoming symposium and
workshop focusing on boundary element methods and associated numerical
techniques. Organized by the International Association of Boundary
Element Methods, the symposium will take place in Hong Kong, SAR from
December 4th to December 6th, 2024. You can find detailed information
at the following link:

From: Alex Townsend
Date: May 22, 2024
Subject: Householder Symposium XXII, USA, Jun 2025

The Householder Symposium XXII on Numerical Linear Algebra will be
held at Statler Hotel on Cornell University's campus in Ithaca from
8-13 June 2025. Save the date!

The Symposium will have presentations from both junior and established
researchers. Applications to give a talk or poster will open soon with
a deadline of October 31, 2024 and attendance is by invitation
only. Some talks will be plenary lectures, while others will be
shorter presentations arranged in parallel sessions. Participants are
expected to attend the entire meeting.

For more details, see:

From: Pamela Bye
Date: April 26, 2024
Subject: IMA Mathematics Anxiety Conference, UK, Jun 2025

IMA Mathematics Anxiety International Conference
Date: Tuesday 24th June - Thursday 26th June 2025
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The 1st IMA Mathematics Anxiety International Conference will take
place at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, the University of
Cambridge, in the heart of the historical city. It aims to bring
together researchers, academics, teachers, publishers, policy makers
and all interested in the conference theme from all over the world. We
particularly welcome submissions from researchers (at any stage) in
interdisciplinary fields such as education, psychological and
behavioural science, and sociology and envisage a number of themes
including: 1. Mathematics anxiety reported by non-specialists i.e.,
students studying disciplines other than mathematics; 2. Gender and
other dimensions to mathematics anxiety; 3. Concepts linked to
mathematics anxiety such as negative emotions, unfavourable attitudes,
motivation, communication, self-efficacy, mathematical self-concept,
resilience to failure, and autonomy; 4. Precursors and impacts of
mathematics anxiety; 5. Communicating and teaching quantitative
courses such as mathematics, statistics, research methods and
operational research; 6. Pedagogical interventions to support
mathematics anxiety sufferers such as blended learning, mindset
interventions, those designed to enhance self-efficacy, student-led
education, and student-voice; 7. Interventions such as brain
stimulation; 8. Promoting equity, inclusion and diversity (EDI), in
mathematics education.

A mini symposium is a session on a specialist topic, consisting of
three to four 20-minute relevant talks. You would be responsible for
organising deadlines and contributions. If you are interested in
holding a mini symposium then please fill out this form with a
proposed title and abstract of less than 300
August 2024

From: Ana Djurdjevac
Date: May 16, 2024
Subject: Professor Position, Numerical Mathematics, FU Berlin, Germany

We are pleased to announce an opening for a W3 Full Professorship in
Numerical Mathematics at FU Berlin. For more detailed information,
please visit the following link:

We would greatly appreciate your assistance in sharing this with any
suitable candidates.

From: Magdalena Thöne
Date: May 02, 2024
Subject: Professor Position, Numerical Mathematics, TU Dortmund Univ, Germany

The Department of Mathematics at TU Dortmund University is offering
the following position (starting at the earliest possible date):
Professorship (W1) Hardware-oriented and physics-conforming numerics
with application to fluid dynamics

Profile of the professorship: In research, you represent the field of
computational mathematics with particular focus on both hardware-
oriented and physics-conforming numerical methods with applications to
flow processes. Your (inter-)nationally visible research links
hardware- oriented and physics-conforming approaches together and
contributes to their further development. In your capacity as an
assistant professor, you participate in research networks and
cooperations within and outside TU Dortmund University. You are
willing to acquire third-party funds and demonstrate the corresponding
potential. You are committed to promoting early career researchers and
participate appropriately in the teaching activities of the
department. Your qualifications: You have obtained a doctorate with
above-average success and have a relevant research profile in the
field of the professorship. In addition, you can demonstrate research
experience in at least one of the areas of physics-conforming finite
element discretizations or hardware-oriented solution techniques for
FEM simulation software with application to flow processes through
international publications in recognized peer-reviewed
venues. Experience in obtaining competitively awarded external funding
and participation in research projects are desirable.

For detailed information please visit: or

Application deadline: May, 29th, 2024

From: Simon Shaw
Date: May 13, 2024
Subject: Lecturer Position, Brunel Univ London, UK

Brunel University London is advertising for a Lecturer (Teaching &
Research) in Mathematics, Statistics and Data Science.

Further details, along with the application procedure, are here:

Please note that while the post is open to applicants from all areas
in Mathematics, Statistics and Data Science, and all such applications
are encouraged, there may be a need to contribute to the teaching of
Data Science. Applicants are advised to address this capability in
their application materials.

From: Lindon Roberts
Date: April 29, 2024
Subject: Lecturer Position, Data Science, Univ of Sydney, Australia

The School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Sydney
is recruiting a lecturer in data science (full time, fixed term until
2027). This Level B position (equivalent of Assistant Professor) would
suit an early career researcher with a background in data science,
optimization, and related fields.

The University of Sydney has one of the largest mathematical sciences
schools in Australia. It is the only Australian university to have
received the highest rating of 5 out of 5 for research in the
mathematical sciences in every Excellence in Research for Australia
assessment to date.

Applications open now:

From: Antonio Frangioni
Date: May 23, 2024
Subject: Postdoc Position, Energy Optimization, DI-UniPI, Italy

In the context of the PRIN2022 project "Large-scale optimization for
sustainable and resilient energy systems" (2022BMBW2A), the Department
of Computer Science of the University of Pisa (DI-UNIPI) is happy to
announce the availability of a 1y post-doc position. The position is
open to candidates with a MSc degree, STEM fields preferred, with
focus on mathematical optimization. PhD may be a plus. Programming
skills (especially C++) are desirable.

The project is 'Models and methods for energy optimization in the
presence of energy aspects' and the actual research line is quite open
to negotiations with the winner, provided it is related to "energy"
and "optimization". The research team at DI-UNIPI has state-of-the-art
know-how and facilities for modelling and solving large-scale,
challenging mathematical optimization problems related to energy
systems, including access to powerful computational
servers. Contributions to the open-source C++ framework SMS++ in its energy-related modules,
general-purpose modules, or both will be highly appreciated. All sorts
of energy optimization problems can be considered, starting from any
variant (deterministic or stochastic) of Unit Commitment, Optimal
Power Flow, Optimal Transmission Switching, mid-term energy reservoir
optimization, long-term energy system design, Energy Community design
and operations, and basically any other. Interesting algorithmic
techniques include, e.g., decomposition methods (Lagrangian
Relaxation, Column Generation, Benders' Decomposition in any possible
combination), Branch-and-Bound, large-scale math-heuristics, and any
contribution to subproblems of interest in these approaches.

The Postdoc will be included in a vibrant research environment, with
the possibility to collaborate with other active research projects

The position is fully funded for one year, extensions can be evaluated
subject to mutual interest.

Pure online application at:

Details, requirements and instructions to apply (must read):

HARD DEADLINE: June 19, 2024 at 13.00 CEST

For further questions, contact Antonio Frangioni (

From: Axel Modave
Date: April 19, 2024
Subject: Postdoc Position, Finite Elements/HPC, ENSTA Paris, France

We offer a +12 months post-doc position to work on the acceleration of
a HDG finite element method for time-harmonic wave problems (with GPU
computing and DDM). The post-doc will be part of a collaborative
research project between Christophe Geuzaine (Liege U, Belgium) and
Axel Modave (CNRS, France).

We are looking for a candidate with a PhD in Computational Engineering
or Applied Mathematics (recent, less than 2 years) with strong
practical skills/interest in numerical methods and high-performance
computing (HPC). The successful candidate will be hosted at the POEMS
laboratory (close to Paris; associated to CNRS, Inria and ENSTA
Paris), whose activities are dedicated to the mathematical study and
the numerical simulation of wave phenomena.

Details of the position and how to apply are available at

From: Bojana Rosic
Date: May 06, 2024
Subject: Postdoc Position, Stochastic Multiscale Analysis, The Netherlands

Are you ready to be at the forefront of computational solutions for
stochastic multiscale nonlinear mechanics challenges? University of
Twente, Applied Mechanics and Data Analysis group invite passionate
and dedicated individuals to apply for our exciting new postdoctoral
position starting as soon as possible.

The aim of the project is to study physics-informed neural networks
and stochastic multiscale analysis for nonlinear behaviour of
thermoplastic composites. We will in particular investigate strategies
that can efficiently deal with the simulation of interfaces obtained
by fusing thermoplastic plates in structural elements. The performance
of integrated thermoplastic composite structures is critically
dependent on the material and process parameters, which are indirectly
extracted via typical lab-based experiments and process monitored in
situ. Therefore, you will be actively engaged in the development of
online algorithms that can process both the computationally expensive
physics based models and monitored data in a real time.

Informal enquiries may be sent to before May 31st.

From: Giacomo De Palma
Date: May 15, 2024
Subject: Postdoc, Quantum Algorithms/Navier-Stokes, Univ of Bologna, Italy

I am happy to announce the following opening for a 15-month postdoc at
the University of Bologna on a project in collaboration with the
Italian company Fincantieri ( on
numerical simulations of quantum algorithms for the Navier-Stokes

The position has a competitive salary of about 2000 Euro net per
month. Only the MSc is required, but experience in numerical
simulations of either quantum algorithms or the Navier-Stokes
equations is preferable. The candidates are strongly suggested to
attach to the application up to two recommendation letters. THE
CONTRACT MUST NECESSARILY START ON JULY 1. The application deadline is
May 31.

If the successful candidate has got the MSc in a non-EU country,
he/she must provide the official translation with a declaration of
value of the MSc issued by the competent diplomatic representation or
Italian consulate in his/her home country within 7 days from the
approval of the selection procedure reports.

From: Hans De Sterck
Date: May 07, 2024
Subject: Postdoc, Quantum Numerical Algorithms, Univ of Waterloo, Canada

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in quantum
numerical algorithms in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the
University of Waterloo, for a project funded by the National Research
Council of Canada on quantum algorithms for PDEs, supervised by
professors David Del Rey Fernandez and Hans De Sterck.

The position is guaranteed for two years with funding available for a
third year, based on performance. The salary for the position is
$75,000 CAD with no teaching duties (but the position comes with the
possibility to teach one course per year if desired with appropriate

The successful candidate will work on the theoretical aspects as well
as the practical implementation of quantum algorithms aimed at solving
PDEs on quantum computers that benefit from quantum speedup while
retaining provable properties.

The University of Waterloo provides an exceptional environment for
cutting-edge research in quantum algorithms with world-leading
institutions like the Institute for Quantum Computing and the
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. With 300 faculty members,
8,000 undergraduate students and more than 1,000 graduate students in
mathematics and computer science, Waterloo^Ys Faculty of Mathematics
is a global powerhouse in research, education and innovation.

For more information about the position and to apply, see

All applications received by May 31 will be given full consideration.

From: Andreas Carlson
Date: April 25, 2024
Subject: PhD Position, Fluid Mechanics, Univ of Oslo, Norway

I have a PhD position available in my group focussing on the
computational predictions of droplet wetting-like processes in cells.

The project will develop numerical simulations of the viscous
interfacial fluid flow at cellular membranes. More specifically, it
will address the basic mechanochemical processes that regulate one of
the most fundamental communication pathways in cell biology - the
'self-eating' process of autophagy. Autophagy protects us from
infections, cancer and neurodegerative diseases and has been shown to
promote longevity in model organisms. The PhD work will involve
theoretical and computational modelling, in collaboration with
experimentalists. It is planned that the numerical simulations will
help advance our understanding of these membrane wetting dynamics. The
PhD research fellowship will be part of my group
(, where the work will be conducted in
close collaboration with experimental cell biologists at Oslo
University Hospital in the group of Prof. Harald Stenmark. The project
will also international collaborations and is a unique opportunity to
work in an interdisciplinary environment.

Interested applicants could send their applications through our

From: Leon Bungert
Date: May 27, 2024
Subject: PhD Position, Mathematics of ML, Univ of Wurzburg, Germany

A PhD position will be available in the group of Prof. Leon Bungert at
the University of Wurzburg, with a tentative start in late summer or
fall 2024.

The position is funded for three years by the German Research
Foundation to work on the project "GeoMAR: Geometric Methods for
Adversarial Robustness". There is no teaching duty associated with
this position and the gross salary is approximately 41,000 Euro per

For further details see the job advertisement at this link:

Please send your questions and applications to

The review of the applications will start in June 2024 and will
continue until the position is filled.

From: Mengwu Guo
Date: May 08, 2024
Subject: PhD Position, NA and SciML, Lund Univ, Sweden

We are calling for applications for a PhD position at Lund
University's Centre for Mathematical Sciences to work in the doctoral
program subject Numerical Analysis. The research project is positioned
at the interface of numerical analysis, uncertainty quantification,
and scientific machine learning, particularly on Gaussian process
approximation for partial differential equations.

Please refer to the job posting/application portal on Varbi
) for further descriptions and application guidelines, in which 'Area
2' corresponds to this position. Interested candidates are welcome to
contact Mengwu Guo ( and send an application
through Varbi by June 12, 2024 with 'Area 2' noted in the cover

From: Kristin Kirchner
Date: May 06, 2024
Subject: PhD Position, NA for SDEs, TU Delft, The Netherlands

The Analysis group within the Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics
at TU Delft is offering a full-time PhD position in the area of
Numerical Methods for Stochastic Differential Equations. The PhD
candidate will be supervised by Dr. Kristin Kirchner.

The focus of the project is the numerical approximation of solutions
to stochastic differential equations, which are not Markov processes.
Possible topics are computational methods for stochastic equations
driven by fractional Brownian motion and multilevel Monte Carlo
methods. Applications include option pricing under rough volatility
models in finance and long-range dependencies in statistics.

Applicants should have a strong background in Numerical Analysis (in
particular, the Finite Element Method) or in Stochastic Calculus.

The project is for a duration of 4 years and includes the budget for a
research visit at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

The expected starting date is no later than 15 September 2024.

Application deadline: 7 June 2024.

Further details and the online application form are available at:

From: Balázs Kovács
Date: April 25, 2024
Subject: PhD Position, Numerical Analysis, Paderborn Univ, Germany

We are currently seeking to recruit a highly motivated Doctoral
Researchers (m/f/d; 75% E13) at Paderborn University in the group for
Numerics of Partial Differential Equations of Prof. Dr. Balazs Kovacs.
The position will focus on numerical analysis for elasticity problems,
within the DFG funded Research Unit 3013 'Vector- and Tensor-Valued
Surface PDEs'.

The full announcement can be found at:

The salary is based on the wage agreement of the civil service in TV-L
E13 (75%). Funds for travel and guests are available through the
project. Contract duration is 3 years.

Applications should include a cover letter (including motivation for
applying to this position), CV, certificates, master thesis (all
collated in a single pdf file), and be submitted according to the full

From: Dimitri Breda
Date: May 21, 2024
Subject: PhD Positions, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Univ of Udine, Italy

The call for admission 2024/25 is now open, applications are invited
for 7 positions. Information at



Deadline June 20, 2024 - 2.00 pm (Italian time).

The call includes also two FSE grants in the area of Numerical
Analysis (

From: Ray Tuminaro
Date: May 06, 2024
Subject: CFP, SISC Special Section on Iterative Methods

Submission deadline: June 30, 2024; Special Section EIC: Ray Tuminaro

Submissions are invited for a Special Section of the SIAM Journal on
Scientific Computing (SISC) dedicated to recent progress in Iterative
Methods. Attendees of the the 18th Copper Mountain Conference on
Iterative Methods ( as
well as the general community are invited to submit papers. Papers
will be subject to review by a guest Editorial Board.

Submissions are encouraged in all aspects of iterative methods
including: Asynchronous solvers; Mixed precision; Randomized iterative
solvers; Eigenvalues/singular values; Extreme Scale solvers; Iterative
solvers and machine learning; Iterative solvers in data science and
engineering; Solvers and Quantum computing; Iterative solvers for time
dependent PDEs; Parallel-in-time; Multilevel solvers; Multigrid for
partially structured grids; Rank-structured solvers; Iterative
Applications: indefinite systems, imaginng,fluids, electromagnetics,
plasmas, coupled multi-physics,earth, energy systems, Optimization;
Inverse problems/regularization; Surrogate modeling & model reduction;
Uncertainty quantification, PDEs with random data; Scientific Software
for Iterative Methods;

Please submit manuscript and cover letter in PDF format on SISC's
online submission site (, selecting "Special
Section" and "Copper Mountain Special Section, Iterative Methods,
2024" from the relevant dropdown boxes. For submission questions,
contact H. Blythe (, SIAM Publications Manager,
A. Spadel (, Editorial Assistant, or Editor-in-Charge,
Ray Tuminaro (

From: Serhiy Shtovba
Date: April 17, 2024
Subject: CFP, Ukrainian Journal of Information Systems and Data Science

Ukrainian Journal of Information Systems and Data Science is a new
journal is founded by Vasyl' Stus Donetsk National University,
Vinnytsia, Ukraine.

It publishes original scientific articles and surveys on the following
topics: Algorithms and data structures; Information resources;
Decision-making models; Meta-heuristic optimization; Modeling and
optimization of networked systems; Safety and reliability of complex
systems; Human-computer interaction; Internet of things systems;
Machine learning; Knowledge engineering; Natural language processing

The journal accepts articles in Ukrainian or in English. Publication
in the journal is free of charge (without APC). The website of the
journal is

From: Alex Barnett
Date: April 30, 2024
Subject: Contents, Adv Comput Math (ACOM), 50 (2)

Correction: A Grassmann manifold handbook: basic geometry and
computational aspects, Thomas Bendokat, Ralf Zimmermann, P.-A. Absil

Computing equivariant matrices on homogeneous spaces for geometric
deep learning and automorphic Lie algebras, Vincent Knibbeler

Structured barycentric forms for interpolation-based data-driven
reduced modeling of second-order systems, Ion Victor Gosea, Serkan
Gugercin, Steffen W. R. Werner

Numerical simulation of resistance furnaces by using distributed and
lumped models, A. Bermudez, D. Gomez, D. Gonzalez

Robust space-time finite element methods for parabolic distributed
optimal control problems with energy regularization, Ulrich Langer,
Olaf Steinbach, Huidong Yang

Robust low tubal rank tensor recovery using discrete empirical
interpolation method with optimized slice/feature selection, Salman
Ahmadi-Asl, Anh-Huy Phan, Cesar F. Caiafa, Andrzej Cichocki

A block-randomized stochastic method with importance sampling for CP
tensor decomposition, Yajie Yu, Hanyu Li

Numerical analysis for optimal quadratic spline collocation method in
two space dimensions with application to nonlinear time-fractional
diffusion equation, Xiao Ye, Xiangcheng Zheng, Jun Liu, Yue Liu

A probabilistic reduced basis method for parameter-dependent problems,
Marie Billaud-Friess, Arthur Macherey, Anthony Nouy, Clementine Prieur

Structured interpolation for multivariate transfer functions of
quadratic- bilinear systems, Peter Benner, Serkan Gugercin, Steffen
W. R. Werner

New low-order mixed finite element methods for linear elasticity,
Xuehai Huang, Chao Zhang, Yaqian Zhou, Yangxing Zhu

Conditioning and spectral properties of isogeometric collocation
matrices for acoustic wave problems, Elena Zampieri, Luca F. Pavarino

A space-time DG method for the Schrodinger equation with variable
potential, Sergio Gomez, Andrea Moiola

From: Pascal Omnes
Date: April 18, 2024
Subject: Contents, SMAI Journal of Computational Mathematics Volume 9

The SMAI Journal of Computational Mathematics is an Open Science
publication of the French Society for Applied and Industrial
Mathematics, free for both autors and readers.
This is the content of Volume 9 (2023)

On the convergence of the regularized entropy-based moment method for
kinetic equations, Graham W. Alldredge; Martin Frank; Jan Giesselmann

A family of second-order dissipative finite volume schemes for
hyperbolic systems of conservation laws, Mehdi Badsi; Christophe
Berthon; Ludovic Martaud

Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Space-Time DG-SEM
Implementations, Lea Miko Versbach; Viktor Linders; Robert Klofkorn;
Philipp Birken

Error Guarantees for Least Squares Approximation with Noisy Samples in
Domain Adaptation, Felix Bartel

Two-phase geothermal model with fracture network and multi-branch
wells, Antoine Armandine Les Landes; Daniel Castanon Quiroz; Laurent
Jeannin; Simon Lopez; Roland Masson

Analysis of curvature approximations via covariant curl and
incompatibility for Regge metrics, Jay Gopalakrishnan; Michael
Neunteufel; Joachim Schoberl; Max Wardetzky

A reconstruction method for the inverse gravimetric problem, Anthony
Gerber-Roth; Alexandre Munnier; Karim Ramdani

Error estimate of the Non-Intrusive Reduced Basis (NIRB) two-grid
method with parabolic equations, Elise Grosjean; Yvon Maday

Surface tension effects between two immiscible Stokes fluids: a
computational study using unfitted hybrid high-order methods and a
level-set scheme, Stefano Piccardo; Alexandre Ern

A Sampling Criterion for Constrained Bayesian Optimization with
Uncertainties, Reda El Amri; Rodolphe Le Riche; Celine Helbert;
Christophette Blanchet-Scalliet; Sebastien Da Veiga

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