The Thirty-sixth Woudschoten Conference
On 5-7 October 2011 the thirty-sixth Woudschoten Conference will be held at the Woudschoten Conference Centre, Zeist, The Netherlands.
Themes of the conference are:
- Computational Methods for Images
- Per Christian Hansen, Technical University of Denmark
- Image Deblurring with Krylov Subspace Methods
- Total Variation and Tomographic Imaging from Projections
- Justin Romberg, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Georgia Tech.
- An Introduction to Compressive Sensing and its Applications
- The Mathematics of Compressive Sensing
- Irad Yavneh, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
- Mimetic Discretizations
- Pavel Bochev, Sandia National Laboratory
- Part 1: Mimetic discretizations and what they can do for you
- Part 2: Mimetic Discrete Models with Weak Material Laws, or Least Squares Methods Revisited
- Alain Bossavit, Laboratoire de Génie Électrique de Paris, Université Paris Sud
- Geometric structures underlying mimetic approaches
- Consistent extensions of mimetic techniques to coupled problems
- Blair Perot, University of Massachusetts Amherst
- Discrete Calculus Methods and Their Application in Fluid Dynamics
- The Relationship between Discrete Calculus Methods and other Numerical Methods that Capture Physics Well
Organising committee 2011:
Barry Koren (chair), Jason Frank, Kees Oosterlee, Rob Stevenson, Margreet Nool (secretary)
All participants are invited to present a poster concerning their research.
Every presenter of a poster will receive a one-minute slot in the
conference programme (in a plenary session) to attract the attention to
his or her poster. One conference session, will be devoted to the
Impression poster session Woudschoten 2010
Submission of a poster is made on the electronic conference
registration form by providing a title (in English), or one can send a title
to the secretary by e-mail not later than
1 September 2011.
Moreover, all presenters are asked to submit a show page
to be displayed during their one minute of the one-minute session.
Requirements: it must be a PDF file, consisting of one page only in
landscape orientation; make it effective for displaying during one minute.
The PDF file should be e-mailed to the secretary; alternatively, it can be
uploaded when completing the registration for the conference.
Again this year, a jury, consisting of the keynote speakers under the leadingship of the
conference chair, will rate the best posters.
The winners of 2010 were:
- Julia Mikhal
Shear Stress Predictions for a Model Aneurysm using the Immersed Boundary Method
- Miranda van Wijngaarden-van Rossum
Modelling Biogrout, a new ground improvement method
- Serguey Zemskov
Mathematical model for bacterial self-healing cracks in concrete
The Conferences of the Dutch-Flemish Numerical Analysis Communities
are held yearly, organised by the Werkgemeenschap Scientific Computing (WSC).
Financial Support: Financial support for this conference is provided by
the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI),
the 3TU Applied Mathematics Institute (3TU.AMI),
the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO),
and the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO-Vlaanderen).
The Werkgemeenschap Scientific Computing is very grateful.
Conference fees, due upon registration, are:
- 435,00 € for conference and two nights lodging in the
Conference Centre Woudschoten,
which includes breakfasts, lunches and dinners,
- 257,50 € for conference, lunches and dinners,
- 187,50 € for conference and lunches only.
In case you can not attend the conference for the whole period, please contact
Margreet Nool. A special arrangement can be made.
Both conference registration and submission of a poster presentation
can be done by using the electronic
registration form ultimately on
26 August 2011.
For late payments received after 1 September 2011
the charged fees are increased by 25 €.
Note that the number of available rooms are limited.
For further information please contact the secretary of the organising committee
CWI - Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
Organising committee Woudschoten Conference
P.O. Box 94079
NL-1090 GB Amsterdam
Telephone: +31 20 592 4120