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An entropy stable, hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin method for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations


Author:D. M. Williams
Journal: Math. Comp. 87 (2018), 95-121
MSC (2010): Primary 65M12, 65M60, 76N99
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1090/mcom/3199
Published electronically: May 31, 2017
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Abstract: This article proves that a particular space-time, hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin method is entropy stable for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations. In order to facilitate the proof, `entropy variables' are utilized to rewrite the compressible Navier-Stokes equations in a symmetric form. The resulting form of the equations is discretized with a hybridizable discontinuous finite element approach in space, and a classical discontinuous finite element approach in time. Thereafter, the initial solution is shown to continually bound the solutions at later times.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1090/mcom/3199
Keywords: Hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin, space-time, entropy stability, compressible Navier-Stokes
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Leslie Hogben SUBJECT: 2017 ILAS Elections and Membership Status Voting in the next ILAS election (for terms starting March 1, 2017) will take place January 12, 2017 - February 16, 2017. The election will be called the 2017 ILAS election, and in order to vote you will need to be a 2017 member as of January 10, 2017. If you are not already a 2017 member you are encouraged to renew (or join) prior to the the winter break season Dec. 20 - Jan. 8, during which time ILAS will be unable to process memberships. The official ILAS membership list http://www.ilasic.org/misc/membership.html will be updated to include only 2017 members in early January, 2017, and the updated list will be used as the voter list for the 2017 election. There is no guarantee that memberships received after Dec 19, 2016 can be processed prior to the election. Determining your ILAS membership status: If you are not listed on the current online list of 2016 members at http://www.ilasic.org/misc/membership.html (scroll down to see the list), you are not a 2017 member. If you are listed as a current member but are unsure of your membership status, you can check the temporary list of 2017 members that is available at http://orion.math.iastate.edu/lhogben/ILAS2017members1dec2016.pdf This is a temporary unlinked list that will disappear by late December 2016. Receiving ILAS-Net messages, including this one, does not imply you are an ILAS member. Questions about your membership status should be directed to ILAS@iastate.edu Please verify whatever information you can, as described above, before inquiring. Leslie Hogben ILAS Secretary/Treasurer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 December 01 ILAS-NET Message No. 2138 CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Keven Vander Meulen SUBJECT: IMAGE 57 Ready Issue 57 of IMAGE, the bulletin of ILAS, can now be obtained online at http://www.ilasic.org/IMAGE/ Issue 57 includes an interview with Charlie Johnson, several book reviews notices of lots of upcoming conferences, interesting problem solutions, new problems to try, and more... Enjoy! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 November 30 ILAS-NET Message No. 2137 CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Chen Greif SUBJECT: International Conference on Preconditioning Techniques for Scientific and Industrial Applications The 10th International Conference on Preconditioning Techniques for Scientific and Industrial Applications will take place on July 31 - August 2, 2017 at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Confirmed plenary speakers: .Michele Benzi, Emory University, USA .Jed Brown, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA .Jie Chen, IBM Research Center, USA .Eric Darve, Stanford University, USA .Tom Jonshovel, Schlumberger Abingdon Technology Centre, UK .Alison Ramage, Strathclyde University, UK .Sander Rhebergen, University of Waterloo, Canada .Nicole Spillane, Ecole Polytechnique, France Additional information can be found at http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~greif/precon17/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 November 28 ILAS-NET Message No. 2136 CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Leslie Hogben SUBJECT: Deadline Extended for Mini-Symposium Proposals for ILAS 2017 The deadline for contributed mini-symposium proposals has been extended to December 20, 2016. Additional information about the conference and how to submit a mini-symposium proposal is given below and on the website https://ilas2017.math.iastate.edu/ The 21st conference of the International Linear Algebra Society, ILAS 2017: Connections, will be held July 24-28, 2017 at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, USA. The theme of the conference is connections between linear algebra and other areas of mathematics, science, and engineering, and talks about such connections as well as within linear algebra itself are welcome. Most talks at ILAS conferences are organized into mini-symposia (although there is always an option to submit a contributed talk). More information can be found on the conference website https://ilas2017.math.iastate.edu/ To submit a proposal for a contributed mini-symposium: 1) Please first verify that your proposal will not be very similar to an existing mini-symposium as listed at https://ilas2017.math.iastate.edu/program/ 2) Contact your proposed speakers (4-12) to determine that there is sufficient interest. 3) Send an email to ilas2017@iastate.edu with: "mini-symposium proposal" in the subject, and the following information int he message: a) Organizer(s) b) Title c) Brief description d) List of proposed speakers with affiliations (4-12 speakers). Indicate those who are confirmed with * All organizers should be cc'd on the proposal message. Please note the following rules: 1) Each speaker is permitted to give only one talk, with the only exception being that a speaker may give one mathematics talk and one mathematics education talk. Please advise your potential speakers of this rule so that they do not accept more than one invitation. 2) At least one organizer of each mini-symposium must attend the meeting. The deadline for submitting a mini-symposium proposal is December 20, 2016. Leslie Hogben, Chair, ILAS 2017 Organizing Committees -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 November 04 ILAS-NET Message No. 2134 CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Hugo Woerdeman SUBJECT: 2016 ILAS Elections The Nominating Committee for the 2016 ILAS elections has completed its work. Nominated for a three year term, beginning March 1, 2017, as ILAS President is: .Peter Semrl Nominated for the two open three-year terms, beginning March 1, 2017, as "at-large" members of the ILAS Board of Directors are: .Naomi Shaked-Monderer .Eugene Tyrtyshnikov .James Nagy .Rachel Quinlan According to ILAS By-Laws, additional nominations may be made by electronic or regular mail by any three members of ILAS; prior approval of the nominee is required. All such nominations should be sent to the chair of the Nominating Committee, Heike Fassbender, h.fassbender@tu-braunschweig.de, by November 20, 2016. Many thanks to the Nominating Committee: .Heike Fassbender (chair), .Shmuel Friedland, .Sang-Gu Lee, .Chi-Kwong Li, .Luis Verde Star for their important service to ILAS. We would also like to thank the nominees for agreeing to stand for election. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 October 19 ILAS-NET Message No. 2133 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Leslie Hogben SUBJECT: Registration and abstract submission now open for ILAS 2017 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The 21st conference of the International Linear Algebra Society, ILAS 2017: Connections, will be held July 24-28, 2017 at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, USA. The theme of the conference is connections between linear algebra and other areas of mathematics, science, and engineering, and talks about such connections as well as within linear algebra itself are welcome. At this conference we will celebrate the 30th birthday of ILAS, which was founded in 1987 as the International Matrix Group. Conference registration is now open. Choose the Registration link at the top of the conference homepage https://ilas2017.math.iastate.edu/. ; Payments may be made by online credit card or by postal mailing US$ check (payment must be received by the early registration deadline April 30, 2017 to receive the early rate). Registration is free for students. Postdocs, persons from developing countries, ILAS members and faculty affiliated with sponsors receive various reduced early rates. Note: It is also possible to make an online credit card payment to join or renew ILAS as part of the registration process. Abstract submission is also open. Abstract submission requires a separate (free) registration process that is explained on the submission page; choose the Submissions link at the top of the conference homepage https://ilas2017.math.iastate.edu/. ; The abstract submission deadline is March 1, 2017, but abstracts will be accepted on a rolling basis (typically within a few weeks of submission). If you have difficulty with either of these processes, please contact ilas2017@iastate.edu with ILAS 2017 question as the subject. Deadlines: . Dec. 1, 2016 - Proposals for contributed mini-symposia . March 1, 2017 - Submission of abstracts . April 30, 2017 - Early registration rate ends Leslie Hogben, ILAS Secretary/Treasurer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 October 19 ILAS-NET Message No. 2132 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Tin Yau Tam SUBJECT: Rosemary Kopel Brown Eminent Scholars Chair in Mathematics -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dear Colleague: The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Auburn University invites applicants for the newly endowed Rosemary Kopel Brown Eminent Scholars Chair in Mathematics at the rank of associate and full professor. This is a nine-month tenured position contingent upon approval through the Auburn University tenure process. Applicants with research interests in foundational mathematics will be considered. A Ph.D. (or its equivalent) in mathematics is required. We are seeking exceptionally well-qualified individuals with an international reputation for their research. Successful applicants are also expected to have demonstrated a high quality of instruction and a strong commitment to students and service. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Auburn University has strong programs in foundational mathematics. Detailed information about the department can be found athttp://www.math.auburn.edu. For consideration, submit a vita, a research statement, a teaching statement, and a list of four professional references with contact information to https://aufacultypositions.peopleadmin.com/postings/1944. Review of applications will begin 11/14/2016 and continue until the position is filled. The candidate selected for this position must meet eligibility requirements to work in the United States on the date the appointment is scheduled to begin and must be able to continue working legally for the proposed term of employment. The candidate must possess excellent written and interpersonal communication skills. Auburn University is an AA/EEONet/Disability Employer. The generous endowment was established by a $2 million gift from John and Rosemary Brown, both 1957 Auburn graduates. This is the first eminent scholar chair in Auburn University's College of Sciences and Mathematics. The contact person is Dr. Tin-Yau Tam, Chair & Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics and his email address is tamtiny@auburn.edu -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 October 11 ILAS-NET Message No. 2131 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Nathan Krislock SUBJECT: Call for papers, DAM & JOGO Special Issues on Distance Geometry -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Following the Distance Geometry Theory and Applications (DGTA16) workshop, organized at DIMACS last July 2016 (http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/Workshops/Distance/), we are calling for contributions to two special journal issues dedicated to the topics of the workshop, but open to everyone: one in Discrete Applied Mathematics (DAM) and the other in the Journal of Global Optimization (JOGO). Both of these issues will be co-edited by: - Farid Alizadeh (Rutgers University, USA) - Douglas Goncalves (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil) - Nathan Krislock (Northern Illinois University, USA) - Leo Liberti (CNRS & Ecole Polytechnique, France). The DAM special issue is especially suitable to papers with elements of combinatorics, or purely theoretical papers. The JOGO special issue is more suitable to papers in nonlinear optimization, particularly if they involve many (or mainly) continuous decision variables, and if they have a computational section. The submission deadline is 31st December 2016. Submissions are made through the respective web editorial managers: - DAM (Elsevier): http://ees.elsevier.com/dam - JOGO (Springer): http://www.editorialmanager.com/jogo When submitting you must select "DGTA16 special issue" as the paper type. Feel free to get in touch with any of us if you want to ask us for advice on your submission. In general, a heads up about a paper you want to submit to these issues is welcome! Farid Alizadeh (alizadeh@rci.rutgers.edu) Douglas Goncalves (douglas.goncalves@ufsc.br) Nathan Krislock (nkrislock@niu.edu) Leo Liberti (liberti@lix.polytechnique.fr) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 October 11 ILAS-NET Message No. 2130 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Leslie Hogben SUBJECT: 2017 ILAS Elections and Membership Status -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Voting in the next ILAS election (for terms starting March 1, 2017) will take place January 12, 2017 - February 16, 2017. This represents a change from the prior years (see discussion of reasons for this change below). The election will be called the 2017 ILAS election, and in order to vote you will need to be a 2017 member as of January 10, 2017. If you are not already a 2017 member you are encouraged to renew (or join) prior to the the winter break season Dec. 10 - Jan. 8, during which time ILAS will be unable to process memberships. The online ILAS membership list will be updated to include only 2017 members in late December, 2016. Determining your ILAS membership status: Obviously, all life members are 2017 members. If you are not listed on the current online list of members at http://www.ilasic.org/misc/membership.html, you are not a 2017 member. Anyone whose membership was processed September 1, 2016 or later was automatically credited as a 2017 member. Each dues paying member who is not a 2017 member will receive an individual renewal email before the end of October. Such member should also have received a thank you email that lists how long the membership is valid for at the time of the most recent payment. Fee-waiver members whose membership was processed before September 1, 2016 are not 2017 members, since it is impossible to obtain a fee-waiver membership for more than 1 year (actually 1 year and a few months, since in the fall we automatically credit the next calendar year). Fee waiver members are not sent individual reminders or confirmation emails, although we do plan to send a bulk email to current fee-waiver members who are not 2017 members (but if your e-mail provider blocks bulk emails you may not receive it). Receiving ILAS-net messages, including this one, does not imply you are an ILAS member. Questions about your membership status should be directed to ILAS@iastate.edu but replies will be slow if a large volume of inquiries are received. Please verify whatever information you can, as described above. Rational for the change in election timing: Many years ago ILAS elections were conducted with paper ballots that required a long time window for the return of paper ballots. Since 2011 ILAS has been using electronic voting with Votenet, and such a long time window is not necessary, although the period mid-November to mid-January was used for several years out of tradition. Last year Votenet upgraded the software. These changes were mainly improvements, including allowing the sending of reminder emails only to those who had not voted. We used this feature last year and election participation hit an all time high of 64% in the ILAS 2015 election (previous turnouts with electronic voting were 40-50%). However, the software upgrade did not permit elections to run across 2 calendar years. As a result, the 2015 ILAS election was held Nov 12 - Dec 31. Another result of this change was that the ILAS Executive discussed the optimal timing for an ILAS election. Since most members are on an academic year calendar, it is better for the nomination process to start in late August and the election to be held in January-February for terms starting March 1, rather than requiring the nomination process to start in the summer. The ILAS Board approved this change and a resulting minor modification of the ILAS bylaws that was announced at the 2016 ILAS Business Meeting and in the ILAS-net message "ILAS 2117 - 2016 ILAS Business Meeting Minutes." Leslie Hogben ILAS Secretary/Treasurer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 October 04 ILAS-NET Message No. 2129 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Leslie Hogben SUBJECT: Mini-symposia at ILAS 2017: Connections -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The 21st conference of the International Linear Algebra Society, ILAS 2017: Connections, will be held July 24-28, 2017 at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, USA. The theme of the conference is connections between linear algebra and other areas of mathematics, science, and engineering, and talks about such connections as well as within linear algebra itself are welcome. We expect to open registration and abstract submission before the end of October. More information can be found on the conference website https://ilas2017.math.iastate.edu/. Most talks at ILAS conferences are organized into mini-symposia (although there is always an option to submit a contributed talk). The Scientific Organizing Committee of ILAS 2017 has invited 14 mini-symposia, which are listed at the end of this email and on the conference website https://ilas2017.math.iastate.edu/program/. ; ILAS 2017 is now accepting proposals for contributed mini-symposia. To submit a proposal for a contributed mini-symposium: Please first verify that your proposal will not be very similar to an existing mini-symposium as listed at https://ilas2017.math.iastate.edu/program/. Contact your proposed speakers (4-12) to determine that there is sufficient interest. At least 4 speakers should be confirmed before submitting the proposal. Send an email to ilas2017@iastate.edu with: "mini-symposium proposalâ? in the subject, and the following information int he message: a) Organizer(s) b) Title c) Brief description d) List of proposed speakers with affiliations (4-12 speakers). Indicate those who are confirmed with * All organizers should be cc'd on the proposal message. Please note the following rules: Each speaker is permitted to give only one talk, with the only exception being that a speaker may give one mathematics talk and one mathematics education talk. Please advise your potential speakers of this rule so that they do not accept more than one invitation. At least one organizer of each mini-symposium must attend the meeting. The deadline for submitting a mini-symposium proposal is December 1, 2016. The Scientific Organizing Committee will review contributed mini-symposia proposals on a rolling basis, so the sooner you submit your proposal the sooner it will be acted on. Invited Mini-Sympoisa for ILAS 2017: Connections Combinatorial Matrix Theory: Minerva Catral (Xavier University) and Louis Deaett (Quinnipiac University) Compressed sensing and matrix completion: Simon Foucart (Texas A&M University) and Namrata Vaswani (Iowa State University) Distance problems in linear algebra, dynamical systems and control: Elias Jarlebring (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden) and Wim Michiels (KU Leuven, Belgium) Linear Algebra and Geometry: Gabriel Larotonda (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento and Instituto Argentino de Matematica (CONICET), Argentina) and Alejandro Varela (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina) Linear Algebra and Mathematical Biology: Julien Arino (University of Manitoba, Canada) and Natalia Komarova (University of California Irvine) Linear Algebra and Positivity with Applications to Data Science: Dominique Guillot (University of Delaware), Apoorva Khare (Stanford University), and Bala Rajaratnam (Stanford University) Linear Algebra and Quantum Information Science: Chi-Kwong Li (College of William and Mary), Yiu Tung Poon (Iowa State University), and Raymond Nung-Sing Sze (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University) Matrices, Tensors and Manifold Optimization: Daniel Kressner (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland) and Bart Vandereycken (University of Geneva, Switzerland) Matrix Analysis: Inequalities, Means, and Majorization: Fumio Hiai (Tohoku University, Japan) and Yongdo Lim (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea) Matrix Polynomials: Froilan Dopico (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain) and Paul Van Dooren (Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium) Numerical Linear Algebra: Jared Aurentz (University of Oxford, UK) and Karl Meerbergen (KU Leuven, Belgium) Random matrix theory for networks: Dustin Mixon (Air Force Institute of Technology) and Rachel Ward (University of Texas at Austin) Spectral Graph Theory: Nair Abreu (Universidade Federal do Fio de Janeiro, Brazil) and Leonardo de Lima (Federal Center of Technological Education Celso Suckow da Fonseca, Brazil) Linear Algebra Education: Rachel Quinlan (National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland) and Megan Wawro (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) Leslie Hogben, Chair, ILAS 2017 Organizing Committees -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 September 29 ILAS-NET Message No. 2128 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: James Nagy SUBJECT: 2017 Householder Symposium Application Deadline 31 October -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Householder Symposium XX on Numerical Linear Algebra will be held at The Inn at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA, USA, 18-23 June 2017. Web page: http://www.math.vt.edu/HHXX/ Application deadline: 31 October 2016 Notification of acceptance: 15 February 2017 Attendance at the meeting is by invitation only. Applications are welcome from researchers in numerical linear algebra, matrix theory, and related areas such as optimization, differential equations, signal processing, and control. Each attendee will be given the opportunity to present a talk or a poster. Some talks will be plenary lectures, while others will be shorter presentations arranged in parallel sessions. The Symposium is very informal, with the intermingling of young and established researchers a priority. Participants are expected to attend the entire meeting. It is expected that partial support will be available for some students, early career participants, and participants from countries with limited resources. The sixteenth Householder Award for the best PhD thesis in numerical linear algebra (PhD earned between 1 January 2014, and 31 December 2016) will be presented. Nominations for the Householder Award are due by 31 January 2017. The Householder Symposium takes place in cooperation with the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) and the SIAM Activity Group on Linear Algebra. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 September 29 ILAS-NET Message No. 2127 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Kevin N. Vander Meulen SUBJECT: Send News and Articles for IMAGE Issue 57 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The deadline for submission to the Fall issue of IMAGE is fast approaching. Items are due October 3, 2016. IMAGE seeks to publish all news of interest to the linear algebra community. New problems for the problem section are always welcome. Also, if you have a a conference report, please send it in. Send your items directly to the appropriate person: Problems and Solutions to Rajesh Pereira (pereirar@uoguelph.ca) History of Linear Algebra to Naomi Shaked-Monderer (nomi@tx.technion.ac.il) Book Reviews to Douglas Farenick (Doug.Farenick@uregina.ca) Linear Algebra Education news to David Strong (David.Strong@pepperdine.edu) Announcements and Reports of Conferences, Workshops and Journals to Minerva Catral (catralm@xavier.edu) Interviews of Senior Linear Algebraists to Carlos Fonseca (carlos@sci.kuniv.edu.kw) Advertisements to Amy Wehe (awehe@fitchburgstate.edu) Feature articles to Michael Cavers (mscavers@gmail.com) All other news to Kevin N. Vander Meulen (kvanderm@redeemer.ca). This includes: Honors and awards, funding opportunities, job openings. Brief references to articles appearing elsewhere, of interest to the linear algebra community. Announcements of new books, software, websites. Transitions (new positions, obituaries). Letters to the Editor. Small items like clever proofs, historical tidbits, cartoons, etc. Suggestions for IMAGE Deadline for submission is Oct. 3, 2016 IMAGE Issue 57 is scheduled to be published online Dec. 1, 2016. Kevin N. Vander Meulen, Editor-in-Chief, IMAGE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 September 23 ILAS-NET Message No. 2126 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Leslie Hogben SUBJECT: Plenary Speakers at ILAS 2017: Connections -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The 21st conference of the International Linear Algebra Society, ILAS 2017: Connections, will be held July 24-28, 2017 at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, USA. The theme of the conference is connections between linear algebra and other areas of mathematics, science, and engineering, and talks about such connections as well as within linear algebra itself are welcome. We expect to open registration and abstract submission in mid-October. More information can be found on the conference website https://ilas2017.math.iastate.edu/. The Scientific Organizing Committee is pleased to announce the plenary speakers for ILAS 2017: Connections. They are: Rajendra Bhatia Indian Statistical Institute Hans Scheider Prize Speaker Hal Caswell Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Chris Godsil University of Waterloo Stefan Guettel University of Manchester SIAG-LA Lecturer Willem Haemers Tilburg University Tamara G. Kolda Sandia National Laboratories Miklos Palfia Kyoto University Taussky-Todd Lecturer Vern Paulsen University of Waterloo Helena Smigoc University College Dublin LAMA Lecturer Raf Vandebril KU Leuven ILAS 30th Anniversary LAA Lecturer Van Vu Yale University Rachel Ward University of Texas Leslie Hogben, Chair, ILAS 2017 Organizing -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 September 08 ILAS-NET Message No. 2125 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Chi-Kwong Li SUBJECT: Special Linear and Multilinear Algebra Special Issue -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please note that the deadline of the Special Linear and Multilinear Algebra Issue: Devoted to the memory of Marvin Marcus http://explore.tandfonline.com/cfp/est/glma-devoted-to-the-memory-of-Marvin-Marcus has been extended to December 31, 2016. Your submission is most welcomed. Regards, Chi-Kwong Li -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 September 05 ILAS-NET Message No. 2124 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Fuzhen Zhang SUBJECT: The 6th International Conference on Matrix Analysis and Applications (ICMAA 2017) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The 6th International Conference on Matrix Analysis and Applications (ICMAA 2017) will be held at Duy Tan University, Da Nang city, Vietnam, June 15-18, 2017. This meeting aims to stimulate research and interaction of mathematicians in all aspects of linear and multilinear algebra, matrix analysis, graph theory, and their applications and to provide an opportunity for researchers to exchange ideas and developments on these subjects. The previous conferences were held in China (Beijing, Hangzhou), United States (Nova Southeastern University), and Turkey (Selcuk University, Konya). Former keynote speakers are Roger Horn, Richard Brualdi, Chi-Kwong Li, Steve Kirkland, Alexander A. Klyachko (ILAS guest speaker), and Shmuel Friedland. The keynote speaker of this ICMAA conference is Prof. Man-Duen Choi, University of Toronto, Canada. The scientific organizing committee (SOC) consists of: Trung Hoa Dinh, Ho Chi Minh City University of Food Industry, Vietnam. Hiroyuki Osaka, Ritsumeikan University, Japan. Tin-Yau Tam, Auburn University, USA. Qing-Wen Wang, Shanghai University, China. Fuzhen Zhang, Nova Southeastern University, USA. The conference home page is http://icmaa-2017.duytan.edu.vn/ with mirror site http://www.auburn.edu/~tamtiny/2017ICMAA.html -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 September 02 ILAS-NET Message No. 2123 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Peter Semrl SUBJECT: ILAS Lectures at Non-ILAS Conferences and General Support of Non-ILAS Conferences -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- As part of ILAS's commitment to supporting activities in Linear Algebra, the Society maintains a program of providing some support to non-ILAS conferences. Effective with proposals submitted in 2016 for conferences taking place in 2017, this support may take one of two forms (a conference may apply for only one of these two forms). 1. ILAS Lectureships at non-ILAS conferences. It is now expected that ILAS lecturers will be of the stature of plenary speakers at ILAS conferences, and may be supported by up to US$1000 for expenses, or in the case of a Hans Schneider Lecturer, US$1500. Reimbursement guidelines may be obtained from the Secretary/Treasurer Leslie Hogben. 2. General support of conferences of up to $750. It could be used for support of student expenses, expenses for participants from developing countries, or plenary speakers. Refreshment costs are not eligible. This is a new program and you are welcome to consult the President Peter Semrl about what you may propose. This is a reminder that there is a deadline of 30 September 2016 for receipt of proposals for sponsorship of ILAS Lectures at non-ILAS meetings and for general support of conferences taking place in 2017. Please note that we will not be able to consider applications submitted after the deadline as it is important to rank all applications in one go. Each proposal is automatically assumed to be also a request for the ILAS endorsement of the conference. Further details on the guidelines for proposals can be found at the following link: http://www.ilasic.org/misc/non_ilas_guidelines.html -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 September 01 ILAS-NET Message No. 2122 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Beatrice Meini SUBJECT: Matrix Equations and Tensor Techniques Workshop -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Matrix Equations and Tensor Techniques Workshop Pisa, Italy, February 2017 This workshop will be held in Pisa, Italy, on 13-14 February 2017. It is the seventh in a series of biennial workshops on matrix equations and tensor techniques. As in the previous meetings, the focus will be on the latest developments in the theory, computation and applications of linear and nonlinear matrix equations and tensor techniques. Further information and registration: http://delone.dm.unipi.it/mett17 Deadlines: * Abstract submission: December 4, 2016 * Acceptance notification: December 16, 2016 * Registration: January 27, 2017 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 August 15 ILAS-NET Message No. 2121 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Chen Greif SUBJECT: Preconditioning 2017 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PRECONDITIONING 2017 - INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PRECONDITIONING TECHNIQUES FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS DATE: July 31-August 2, 2017 VENUE: Vancouver, Canada This conference is a sequel to nine successful meetings on preconditioning (one every two years), which address complex issues related to the solution of general sparse matrix problems in large-scale applications and in industrial settings. The goal of the conference is to exchange ideas on recent developments in preconditioning techniques for sparse linear systems of equations, and to a lesser extent for eigenvalue problems. A forthcoming announcement will provide details on focus areas, paper submission, important dates, program committee members, and invited speakers. Chen Greif, University of British Columbia Esmond Ng, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Yousef Saad, University of Minnesota Andy Wathen, Oxford University -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2016 August 12 ILAS-NET Message No. 2120 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTRIBUTED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: Pam Bye SUBJECT: IMA Conference on Numerical Linear Algebra and Optimization -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5th IMA Conference on NUMERICAL LINEAR ALGEBRA AND OPTIMIZATION University of Birmingham, UK 7 - 9 September 2016 The IMA and the University of Birmingham are pleased to announce the Fifth IMA Conference on Numerical Linear Algebra and Optimization. The meeting is co-sponsored by SIAM, whose members will receive the IMA members' registration rate. Scope The success of modern codes for large-scale optimization is heavily dependent on the use of effective tools of numerical linear algebra. On the other hand, many problems in numerical linear algebra lead to linear, nonlinear or semidefinite optimization problems. The purpose of the conference is to bring together researchers from both communities and to find and communicate points and topics of common interest. Conference topics include any subject that could be of interest to both communities, such as: * Direct and iterative methods for large sparse linear systems. * Eigenvalue computation and optimization. * Large-scale nonlinear and semidefinite programming. * Effect of round-off errors, stopping criteria, embedded iterative procedures. * Optimization issues for matrix polynomials * Fast matrix computations. * Compressed/sparse sensing * PDE-constrained optimization * Distributed computing and optimization * Applications and real time optimization Invited speakers Tim Davis (Texas A&M University) Anders Forsgren (KTH Stockholm) - NAG speaker Andreas Frommer (University of Wuppertal) Jacek Gondzio (University of Edinburgh) Laura Grigori (INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt) Jennifer Scott (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory) Lieven Vandenberghe (UCLA) - SIAM speaker Conference Fees IMA/SIAM Member �260 Non-IMA Member �365 IMA Student �140 Non-IMA Student �150 Residential Fee (includes single en suite student B&B accommodation for the nights of 7 and 8 September 2016) �70 Additional nights are available for �35; please contact the Conferences Department directly regarding other nights' accommodation. Please note that accommodation is allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Organising committee Michal Kocvara, University of Birmingham (co-chair) Daniel Loghin, University of Birmingham (co-chair) Iain Duff, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Nick Gould, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Julian Hall, University of Edinburgh Francoise Tisseur, University of Manchester Conference venue The conference will be hosted by the University of Birmingham. Talks will take place in the School of Mathematics. Instructions for authors Please note that the deadline for submissions has now passed. Further information Conference webpage: http://tinyurl.com/IMANLAO2016 For further information or to register your interest, please contact the Conferences Department Email: conferences@ima.org.uk

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