2009 Pacific Northwest Numerical Analysis Seminar
- Date: 09/26/2009
Yogi Erlangga (UBC)
Kirsten Fagnan (UW)
Eldad Haber (UBC)
Steve Ruuth (SFU)
Manuel Torrilhon (ETH)
David Watkins (WSU)
University of British Columbia
The PNWNAS has been an annual event since 1987, held on a Saturday each fall.
For more information, please visit the official website at:
The Twenty Second Annual Pacific Northwest Numerical Analysis Seminar will be hosted by the The University of British Columbia.
If you plan to attend, please register below in advance so that we can order refreshments accordingly.
Registration fees are to be paid upon arrival, in US or Canadian cash. (Please note that only cash will be accepted and that receipts will be issued). The costs are as follows:
$15 (US or Canadian) for registration / refreshments
$25 per person for dinner, for attendees and their guests; $15 for students
The meeting will take place in the Hugh Dempster Pavilion, 6245 Agronomy Road(map).
The closest parking lot is at Agronomy & Main Mall. Parking the entire day costs $5 and the machine accepts major credit cards as well as cash.
The following links may provide you with information to make your stay in Vancouver during this event more enjoyable...
Off Campus dining : http://www.food.ubc.ca/campusdining/locations/index.html
Attractions at UBC : http://www.attractions.ubc.ca/
Attractions around Vancouver : http://www.vancouverattractions.com/
A general map of Vancouver is also available.
The meeting will run from 10:30am to 5:30pm and will take place in the Hugh Dempster Pavilion, 6245 Agronomy Road. A printable map of this location can be found here. The closest parking lot (marked "B") is at Agronomy & Main Mall. Parking the entire day costs $5 and the machine accepts major credit cards as well as cash.
The event will be followed by
dinner at the Banana Leaf Malaysian Restaurant (located at 3005 West Broadway, Vancouver).
10:30-11:15 Steve Ruut, SFU
A simple embedding method for solving partial differential equations
11:15-12:00 Kirsten Fagnan, UW
From broken bones to kidney stones: a computational investigation of shock wave therapy
2:00-2:45 Eldad Haber, UBC
Design in inverse problems
2:45-3:30 Manuel Torrilhon, ETH
Numerical simulations of electric arcs
3:30-4:00 Coffee Break
4:00-4:45 Yogi Erlangga, UBC
Algebraic multilevel Krylov methods
4:45-5:30 David Watkins, WSU
The Francis algorithm: past, present and future