European Workshop on High Order Nonlinear Numerical Methods
for Evolutionary PDEs: Theory and Applications
27th to 31th March 2017
University of Stuttgart, Germany
Claus-Dieter Munz (Chairman)
University of Stuttgart, Germany, email@example.com
University of Zurich, Switzerland, firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Trento, Italy, email@example.com
University of Trento, Italy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Christoph Brehm, USA
Stefan Hickel, Netherland
Guus Jacobs, USA
Catherine Mavriplis, Canada
Lorenzo Pareschi, Italy
Carlos Parés, Spain
Jianxian Qiu, China
Giovanni Russo, Italy
Jörn Sesterhenn, Germany
Marcus Grote, Switzerland
A wide variety of processes in science and engineering can be represented by evolutionary Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) which, for realistic situations, must be solved numerically. The most efficient way to compute accurate solutions is by applying high-order numerical methods, as opposed to using low-order methodson very fine meshes. The need for high-order methods is most evident in acoustics, when attempting to evolve weak signals for long distances and for long times, and in turbulence, when attempting to capture small structures on relatively coarse grids. Significant advances have been made in the last two decades on the construction of conservative schemes of high order of accuracy in both space and time. These advances were pioneered by the family of TVD (Total Variation Diminishing) methods, by now a well-established approach that produces relatively simple and practical second-order schemes. To go beyond second-order, a high degree of sophistication is required. There are at present several approaches that, at least partially, fulfil some of the basic requirements. Examples include the ENO method and its variant the WENO method, discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element methods, spectral difference methods and the ADER approach.
THEMES OF THE CONFERENCE AND CONTRIBUTED PAPERS
Algorithm design, analysis and applications of numerical schemes of accuracy greater than two for partial differential equations, following finite difference, finite volume or finite element approaches. Potential contributors are invited to submit an abstract of no more than two pages in PDF format via email to: email@example.com
NOTE: The abstract submission deadline is over!
REGISTRATION AND CONFERENCE FEES
Early registration is advised, as our objective is to limit the number of participants to allow for greater interaction and to avoid parallel sessions. The conference fee is payable on-site in cash. Payments by credit card or check are not possible.
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Note: the abstract submission deadline has been extended to January 24.
Online registration deadline: March 24, 2017
Abstract submission deadline: January 24, 2017
Abstracts should be sent directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org
PROGRAMME AND PROCEEDINGS
Bellow you will find preliminary versions of the conference proceedings and programme. You will receive a printed version at the conference.
SCIENTIFIC INQUIRIES TO
Dr. Andrea Beck and Prof. Claus-Dieter Munz
Institut für Aerodynamik und Gasdynamik
Universität Stuttgart, Pfaffenwaldring 21
D-70569 Stuttgart, Germany
Tel.: +49 711 685 60218; Fax.: +49 711 685 53402
Art and culture, shopping and sports, entertainment and traditional Swabian cuisine – the city of Stuttgart, with its charming position amidst forests and vineyards, the Swabian Mountains and the Black Forest, and with its attractive leisure activities and broad range of cultural events, caters to all tastes. One of the highlights in Stuttgart’s cultural life is the Stuttgart State Theater with its renowned theater, world-famous ballet and an opera that has been voted opera house of the year several times over.
The conference will take place at the Aerospace II building at the Vaihingen campus of the University of Stuttgart, Pfaffenwaldring 27, 70569 Stuttgart.
The Vaihingen campus is reachable within 30 minutes from the airport by S-Bahn lines 2 and 3 and within 10 minutes from downtown and the main station using the S-Bahn lines 1,2,3.
Hotels within walking distance to the conference site:
- Commundo (recommended): Located directly on the campus. Limited quota of rooms reserved for conference participants.
- Hotel Römerhof
- Relaxa Waldhotel
Downtown offers a wide variety of hotels located near the S-Bahn or the main station.
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