Numerical methods for multi-parametric Boundary Value Problems
February 2-5, 2016
Dipartimento di Matematica
Università di Bari
The aim of the workshop is to bring together people with different expertise in order to create new lines of research in the field of the numerical solution of Boundary Value Problems, with particular attention to problems depending on one or more parameters. For this reason, the workshop is organized with one/two invited lectures in the morning, leaving room for discussions and informal meetings among the participants during the afternoon.
Pierluigi Amodio, Felice Iavernaro, Francesca Mazzia, Giuseppina Settanni
- Luigi Brugnano, Università di Firenze
Geometric numerical solution of Hamiltonian BVPs
- Jeff Cash, Imperial College London
- Carla Coppola, Università di Bari
Systems of ODEs in applied sciences: the case of chemical kinetics in the early Universe
- Tatiana Levitina, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Phase function approach for the numerical solution of some multi-parameter Sturm-Lioville problems
- Alessandra Sestini, Università di Firenze
On the Isogeometric formulation of a symmetric Galerkin Boundary Element Method
- Karline Soetaert, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Solving boundary value problems in the open source software R
- Ewa Weinmüller, Vienna University of Technology
Collocation for Boundary Value Problems in DAEs
The slot for each lecture is one hour, including time for discussions.
| ||9:50 ||10:00 ||11:00
| Tuesday 2 || Opening ||Cash ||Weinmüller
| Wednesday 3 || ||Soetaert ||Coppola
| Thursday 4 || ||Levitina ||Sestini
| Friday 5 || ||Brugnano ||Closing
All the participants will be hosted at the Campus Hotel which is located inside the University Campus and quite close to the Department of Mathematics.
The workshop is supported by GNCS and the Department of Mathematics of the University of Bari.
Click here for the poster of the conference.