Dates: Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th January 2012.
Venue: Alan Turing Building, School of Mathematics at The University of Manchester.
All talks will talk place in the Frank Adams room, on the first floor of the Alan Turing Building.
Monday 9th January
09:00 Registration (Atrium bridge, first floor, Alan Turing Building)
09:30 Opening remarks
09:40 Introduction: numerical methods for solving PDEs with random data (Catherine Powell)
10:15 Coffee break
10:45 Quasi Monte Carlo methods for elliptic PDEs with random coeficients (Ivan Graham)
11:45 Efficient iterative solvers for stochastic Galerkin discretizations of log- transformed random diffusion problems (Elisabeth Ullmann)
12:45 Lunch break
14:00 Adaptive stochastic collocation with kernel density estimation (Howard Elman)
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Solving elliptic PDEs on random domains via stochastic collocation (Andrew Gordon)
16:30 A reduced spectral function approach for stochastic transient dynamics (Abhishek Kundu)
Tuesday 10th January
09:30 Multigrid methods for stochastic and fuzzy partial differential equations (Stefan Vandewalle)
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 To intrude or not to intrude: a simple analysis of spectral Galerkin and pseudospectral methods for parameterized matrix equations (Paul Constantine)
12:00 Numerical analysis of saddle-point problems with random data (Alex Bespalov)
13:00 Lunch and close
Enquiries can be directed to Catherine Powell or David Silvester
Directions to the Alan Turing Building can be found here