Numerical Analysis in Bielefeld
Date: Wednesday 25 September (morning) to Thursday 26 September (lunch) 2019
The numerical analysis group at Bielefeld will celebrate in September 2019 the 50th anniversary of the Faculty of Mathematics with a workshop. Right after the workshop the Faculty of Mathematics will host a two day conference (26.-27. September).
Our workshop will start on Wednesday, September 25th, with the first talk at 10:00. The talks are 40min each. The workshop closes on Thursday, September 26th, after lunch around 14:00. There will be a joint dinner on Wednesday evening.
Location: Bielefeld University
Please also take a look at the anniversary conference and its other mathematical workshops: 50 Years Bielefeld
- Fleurianne Bertrand (Berlin)
- Least Squares Method for Eigenvalue Problem
- Carsten Carstensen (Berlin)
- The Axioms of Adaptivity and Least-Squares Finite Element Methods
- Wolfgang Dahmen (South Carolina)
- Accuracy Controlled Schemes for Radiative Transfer
- Günther Grün (Erlangen)
- Free boundary propagation and noise: numerical simulations and rigorous results
- Christian Kreuzer (Dortmund)
- Oscillation in a posteriori error analysis
- Raphael Kruse (Berlin)
- Discretization of Elliptic Equations with the Finite Element Method and Randomized Quadraatur Formulas
- Tony Lelievre (Paris)
- Sampling of probability measures supported on submanifolds
- Dirk Praetorius (Wien)
- Rate optimal adaptive FEM with inexact solver for nonlinear operators
- Andreas Prohl (Tübingen)
- Adaptivity for stochastic PDEs
- Peter Richtarik (KAUST)
- Stochastic gradient descent: General Analysis and Improved Rates
- Winnifried Wollner (Darmstadt)
- PDE constrained optimization with pointwise constraints on the derivative of the state
For detailed travel information to Bielefeld & the University please visit this Webpage. In particular, from your Hotel you need to take Tram no. 4 from the stop Rathaus direction Universität. You can buy the tickets at the tram stop. The "Rathaus" tram stop is just opposite the Arcadia hotel. To get to the hotel Arcadia from the main train station you can the tram (no. 1,2,3 or 4) to "Rathaus" (one stop). The hotels are also reachable by foot in 10-15mins.
If you have any questions about the workshop, please contact the organisers.
This workshop is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) as part of the conference program of CRC 1283 "Taming uncertainty and profiting from randomness and low regularity in analysis, stochastics and their applications".