DD25 Minisymposia Information

A minisymposium is composed of one or several sessions with a common technical theme, where each session consists of at least four talks. A minisymposium talk is a 25-minute presentation with an additional 5 minutes for discussion. Minisymposium organizers are responsible for securing the participation of their speakers. Minisymposia will be scheduled in the parallel sessions, each morning and afternoon of the conference.

We are now ready to receive proposals for minisymposia, via the email address dd25@mun.ca . Submissions should take the form of a plain text email, with the title and a brief description of the subject matter and timeliness of the minisymposium. Please indicate the number of speakers expected in your minisymposium, including a (tentative) list of speakers with titles/topics, if possible. The deadline to receive minisymposia proposals is February 15, 2018.

The current list of accepted minisymposia and their proposers are included below

Accepted Minisymposia

  • MS1 Development of multilevel methods for coupled physics applications - Adler, Hu, Zikatanov
  • MS2 Solvers for nonstandard discretization methods: Theory and Applications - Ayuso de Dios, Brenner, Sarkis
  • MS3 Domain-decomposition methods for integral equation problems - Ciaramella, Gander, Salomon
  • MS4 Domain decomposition and model coupling issues for oceanic and atmospheric flows - Tang, Blayo
  • MS5 Reduced and adaptively enhanced coarse spaces and related multiscale discretizations - Klawonn, Rheinbach, Widlund
  • MS6 Extremely parallel domain decomposition methods and their applications - Klawonn, Rheinbach
  • MS7 Advances in algebraic multigrid - Olson
  • MS8 Domain Decomposition preconditioners for Isogeometric Analysis - Pavarino, Widlund, Scacchi
  • MS9 Fifty years of Domain Decomposition theory and algorithms: celebrating Olof B. Widlund's 80th birthday - Cai, Pavarino, Szyld
  • MS10 Parallel-in-time methods for highly concurrent architectures - Schroder, Falgout
  • MS11 Parallel Methods for PDE-based Mesh Generation and Adaptation - Shontz
  • MS12 Asynchronous Domain Decomposition Methods - Boman, Szyld
  • MS13 Discretization and Multilevel Methods for Nonstandard FEM - Pollock, Zhu
  • MS14 Transmission conditions in domain decomposition methods - Halpern, Gander, Kwok
  • MS15 Advances in Schwarz waveform relaxation and space-time DD methods - Kwok, Halpern, Gander
  • MS16 Solvers and preconditioners for non-conforming discretization methods - Lucero, Gander
  • MS17 Domain Decomposition and Multilevel Methods for Wave Propagation - Zhang, Gander
  • MS18 Probabilistic Domain Decomposition Methods - Donzelli, Bihlo
  • MS19 Oil, Gas and Ocean's Industry Session - James, Malcolm, Haynes


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We also acknowledge the support of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and Faculty of Engineering at Memorial and the United States national labs LANL (Los Alamos National Lab) and LLNL (Lawrence Livermore National Lab)