Where is the field, and where is it going?


Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences (ACE) building (map)
Avaya Auditorium, ACE 2.302
201 East 24th Street
Corner of 24th Street and Speedway
(Please note that Speedway is called Congress Avenue in downtown Austin)

Friday, February 8, 2002

9:00 Refreshments
9:30 Conference begins
9:45 Craig C. Douglas: Modeling and Computation of Sea Surface Heights in Complex Domains
10:30 Break
11:00 Douglas N. Arnold: Differential Complexes in Numerical Analysis
11:45 James H. Bramble: Computational Scales of Sobolev Norms
12:30 Lunch
2:00 Mitchell B. Luskin: Mathematical and Computational Modeling for a Solid-Solid Phase Transformation
2:45 Chi-Wang Shu: Finite Difference and Finite Volume WENO Schemes
3:30 Break
4:00 Mary F. Wheeler: The Douglas Legacy for Modeling Flow and Transport in Porous Media
4:45 Ricardo Nochetto: An Adaptive Uzawa FEM for the Stokes Equation: Convergence Without the Inf-Sup Condition
5:30 Break
6:00 Banquet (Alumni center, dinner served at 7:00)

Saturday, February 9, 2002

8:30 Refreshments
9:00 J. Tinsley Oden: Modeling Error Estimation and Model Adaptivity
9:45 Thomas Yizhao Hou: Multiscale Computation and Modeling of Flows in Strongly Heterogeneous Porous Media
10:30 Break
11:00 Ivo Babuska: Treatment of the Uncertainties in Computational Mechanics
11:45 Jinchao Xu: Asymptotically Exact a Posteriori Estimator and Superconvergence for Unstructured Grids
12:30 Lunch
2:00 Franco Brezzi: Stabilizing Subgrids
2:45 Luis A. Caffarelli: Homogenization of Solutions to Fully Non Linear Equations in Random Media
3:30 Break
4:00 Pierre-Louis Lions: A Deterministic Particle Method for Diffusion Equations
4:45 Jerry L. Bona: Computation of Singularities and other Phenomena in Solutions of Nonlinear Wave Equations
5:30 Conference adjourns

Current and Future Trends in Numerical PDE's,
A conference in honor of the 75th Birthday of Professor Jim Douglas, Jr.,

Last modified: 8 February 2002.