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Linear Algebra Aspects of Solving PDEs with Random Data

Dates: Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th January 2012.

Venue: Alan Turing Building, School of Mathematics at The University of Manchester.

Confirmed Speakers:


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

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