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Woudschoten Conferences

The Woudschoten Conference is the pride of the Dutch-Flemish Numerical Mathematics community, symbolizing the established tradition in numerical mathematics in the Netherlands and Flanders.

The Woudschoten conference has a long and rich history, dating back to the first edition in 1976, and it has featured many of the great names in numerical analysis and scientific computing. Since its establishment in the early days of `approximation and discretization' - the two themes of the first edition of the conference -- the Woudschoten conference has provided an introduction to and overview of groundbreaking developments in scientific computing and numerical analysis. The conference is attended by essentially all Dutch and Flemish researchers in numerical analysis and scientific computing, from PhD students to full professors, and including industrial researchers. By virtue of its unique format and its informal setting, the conference does not only provide insight and inspiration to the Dutch-Flemish numerical-mathematics community, but it also plays a central role in retaining coherence in the community.

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