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Lectures of the forty-first Woudschoten Conference

sprekers 2016

Keynote speakers of the Woudschoten conference 2016 (f.l.t.r.):

Frances Kuo, George Karypis, MichaelTretyakov, Douglas Arnold, Daniele Boffi, Peter Richtarik

The organising committee is very happy to present the lectures as shown on the Woudschoten conference 2016. The forty-first Woudschoten Conference was held at the Woudschoten Conference Centre, Zeist, The Netherlands from 5-7 October 2016.

Themes and keynote speakers of the conference were:

 One-minute poster session: All participants were invited to present a poster concerning their research. Every presenter of a poster received a one-minute slot in the conference programme (in a plenary session) to attract the attention to his or her poster. See the PDF files the one-minute session.

The following posters were rated the best by a jury consisting of the keynote speakers under the leadingship of Dirk Roose:

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1. Pieterjan Robbe (KUL)
A Multi-Index Quasi-Monte Carlo Algorithm for PDEs with random coefficients

2. Verena Schamboeck (UvA)
Connected components in evolving random graphs driven by a polymerisation reaction network



3. Frits de Prenter (TUE)
Preconditioning Immersed Finite Element Methods



 Support: The Conferences of the Dutch-Flemish Numerical Analysis Communities are held yearly, organised by the Werkgemeenschap Scientific Computing (WSC). Support is provided by the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI). Financial support for this conference is provided by the 4TU Applied Mathematics Institute (4TU.AMI)Computational sciences for energy research (CSER) the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), the Nonlinear Dynamics of Natural Systems(NDNS+)VORtech BV, the scientific software engineers (VORtech), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).

Organising committee 2016: Dirk Roose (KU Leuven), Stefan Vandewalle, Jaap van der Vegt, Margreet Nool (CWI, secretary), Martine Anholt (CWI, secretary)

Number of participants: 105, of whom 22 women
Number of PhD students: 50, of whom 15 women
Number of posters: 37

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