Tenth GAMM Workshop on Parallel Multigrid Methods

October 4-8, 1998

Bonn, Germany

Program

 

Sunday, October 4

 

19:00-21:00. Registration and come together at the restaurant `Bierhaus im Bären', Acherstraße 1

 

Monday, October 5

 

8:00-8:45. Registration & Coffee.

8:45-9:00. Opening of the multigrid workshop.

9:00-10:15. Session chair U. Langer.

9:00-9:45, Randolph E. Bank. Multigraph Iterative Methods.
Abstract

9:45-10:15, Achi Brandt. Achieving Textbook Multigrid Efficiency (TME) in CFD.
Abstract

10:15-10:45. Coffee Break.

10:45-12:15, CFD I Session chair F. Schiewck.

10:45-11:15, J. Vierendeels, K. Riemslagh, E. Dick. A Multigrid Semi-implicit Line Method for Navier-Stokes Equations.
Abstract

11:15-11:45, Luc Fournier, Stéphane Lanteri. An Additive Multigrid Method Using a Filtering Concept to Solve Flow Simulations on Parallel Computers.
Abstract

11:45-12:15, U. Becker-Lemgau, M. G. Hackenberg, B. Steckel, R. Tilch. Multigrid for Multidisciplinary Applications: Strip Steel Production.
Abstract

10:45-12:15 b, Mechanics I Session chair C. Douglas.

10:45-11:15, Csaba Gáspár. Quadtree Grids and Some Applications in Flow Problems.
Abstract

11:15-11:45, Christian Wieners. Multigrid Methods for Stabilized Finite Elements for Elasticity and the Application to Prandtl-Reuss-Plasticity.
Abstract

11:45-12:15, Alexander V. Trofimov. Multigrid Methods for Elasto-Plastic Problems with the Stress Concentration.
Abstract

12:15-14:00. Lunch at the university club

14:00-15:30, Homogenization. Session chair J. Fuhrmann.

14:00-14:30, Harry Yserentant. Coarse Grid Spaces for Domains with a Complicated Boundary.
Abstract

14:30-15:00, Stefan Sauter. Multi-grid Methods for PDEs on Complicated Domains.
Abstract

15:00-15:30, Folkmar Bornemann. A New Algorithmic Approach to Multigrid-Homogenization.
Abstract

14:30-15:30 b, Wavelets I. Session chair V. Shaidurov.

14:30-15:00, Angela Kunoth. On the Treatment of Bounded Domains and Boundary Conditions in Adaptive Wavelet Methods.
Abstract

15:00-15:30, Helmut Harbrecht. Construction of Globally Continuous Biorthogonal Wavelet Bases on Domains in IR2.
Abstract

15:30-16:00. Coffee Break.

16:00-17:30, CFD II. Session chair E. Dick.

16:00-16:30, Gundolf Haase, Stefan Reitzinger. Robust Algebraic Multigrid Methods in Magnetic Shield Problems.
Abstract

16:30-17:00, Friedhelm Schieweck. Multigrid Methods for Higher Order Discretizations of the Navier-Stokes Equations.
Abstract

17:00-17:30, Stefan Turek. Robust Multigrid for Edge-oriented Discretizations.
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16:00-17:30 b. Wavelets II. Session chair R. Stevenson.

16:00-16:30, Michael S. Floater, Ewald G. Quak. Piecewise Linear Prewavelets on Arbitrary Triangulations.
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16:30-17:00, Stephan Dahlke, Reinhard Hochmuth, Karsten Urban. Adaptive Multiscale Methods for Saddlepoint Problems.
Abstract

17:00-17:30, Reinhard Hochmuth. Restricted Nonlinear Approximation and Applications.
Abstract

18:30-. Reception at the old town hall

 

Tuesday, October 6

 

9:00-10:15. Session chair D. Braess.

9:00-9:45, Tony Chan. An Energy-Minimizing Approach to Robust Multigrid Methods.
Abstract

9:45-10:15, Jinchao Xu, Aihui Zhou. Some Local/Parallel Algorithms for Nonlinear Elliptic Equations.
Abstract

10:15-10:45. Coffee Break.

10:45-12:15, Physics. Session chair V. Denisseko.

10:45-11:15, Byungduck Chough, Shlomo Taásan. From Molecular Dynamics to Continuum Models: A Numerical Approach.
Abstract

11:15-11:45, Ira Livshits, Shlomo Taásan. From Stochastic Lattice Dynamics Models to Partial Differential Equations.
Abstract

11:45-12:15, Takumi Washio, C. W. Oosterlee. Error analysis for a potential problem on locally refined grids.
Abstract

10:45-12:15 b, Mechanics II. Session chair S. Sauter.

10:45-11:15, Radim Blaheta. Composite Grid Solvers for Elasticity and Plasticity Problems.
Abstract

11:15-11:45, Joachim Schöberl. Robust Multigrid Methods for Parameter Dependent Problems.
Abstract

11:45-12:15, Jörg Stiller, Krzysztof Boryczko, Wolfgang E. Nagel. PML - A Parallel Multilevel System for Unstructured Grids.
Abstract

12:15-12:45 Session.

12:15-12:45, Peter Deuflhard. Multigrid FEMs in Clinical Cancer Therapy Planning.
Abstract

12:45-14:00. Lunch at the university club

14:00-. Excursion: boat trip on the river Rhine to the pitoresk city Linz. The boat departs from the `Alter Zoll' at 14:00. Stay in Linz 16:15-17:20. Arrival in Bonn at 18:45.

 

Wednesday, October 7

 

9:00-10:15. Session chair W. Hackbusch.

9:00-9:45, J. Bey, A. Reusken. On the Convergence of Basic Iterative Methods for Convection-Diffusion Problems.
Abstract

9:45-10:15, Andrew J. Cleary, Robert D. Falgout, Van Emden Henson, Jim E. Jones. Parallel Coarse-Grid Selection and Element Interpolation for Algebraic Multigrid.
Abstract

10:15-10:45. Coffee Break.

10:45-12:15. AMG. Session chair A. Kunoth.

10:45-11:15, Michael Jung. Parallel Algebraic Multilevel Iteration Methods.
Abstract

11:15-11:45, Ulrich Langer, Ferdinand Kickinger. Algebraic Multigrid Based on Graph Coarsening.
Abstract

11:45-12:15, Jürgen Fuhrmann. Variants of Modular Algebraic Multigrid Methods.
Abstract

11:15-12:15 b. Convection I. Session chair S. Turek.

11:15-11:45, Thomas Probst. On Ordering Strategies for Multigrid Methods.
Abstract

11:45-12:15, Sabine Le Borne. Ordering Techniques for Convection Dominated Problems on Unstructured Three-Dimensional Grids.
Abstract

12:15-14:00. Lunch at the university club

14:00-14:30 Session.

14:00-14:30, Klaus Stüben, Arnold Krechel. Parallel Algebraic Multigrid.
Abstract

14:00-15:30, Helmholtz. Session chair R. Hiptmair.

14:30-15:00, Achi Brandt, Ira Livshits. Multigrid Wave-Ray Algorithms for Helmholtz Equations.
Abstract

15:00-15:30, Christoph Zenger, Michael Bader. Hierarchical Bases for the Indefinite Helmholtz Equation.
Abstract

14:00-15:30 b, Nonlinear I. Session chair X.-C. Tai.

14:30-15:00, Ralf Kornhuber. On Monotone Iterations for Variational Inequalities.
Abstract

15:00-15:30, V. V. Shaidurov. Cascade Iterative Algorithms in Finite Element Method for Non-linear Elliptic Equations.
Abstract

15:30-16:00. Coffee Break.

16:00-17:30. Maxwell. Session chair I. Livshits.

16:00-16:30, Ralf Hiptmair. Multigrid in H(div) and H(curl).
Abstract

16:30-17:00, M. Kuhn. Multigrid Methods for Magnetic Field Problems.
Abstract

17:00-17:30, Valeri V. Denissenko. Multigrid Method for a Global Conductor in the Earth's Ionosphere.
Abstract

16:00-17:30 b. Inverse. Session chair G. Starke.

16:00-16:30, Klaus J. Ressel. A Multilevel Approach for the Retrieval of Atmospheric Trace Gases.
Abstract

16:30-17:00, Kristian Witsch, Stefan Henn. A Multigrid Approach For Minimizing A Nonlinear Functional For Digital Image Matching.
Abstract

17:00-17:30, Marcus Mohr, Constantin Popa, Ulrich Rüde. Multigrid Methods for an Inverse Potential Problem.
Abstract

19:00-20:00. Guided tour through the Arithmeum of the Institute for Discrete Mathematics (Prof. B. Korte) Lennéstraße 2, A museum of historic, mechanic computing machinery along with modern electronic computers.

20:30-. Conference Dinner at the restaurant `Em Höttche', Am Markt 4

 

Thursday, October 8

 

9:00-10:15. Session chair L. Tobiska.

9:00-9:45, Vadim Korneev. Recent Developments in Schwarz Algorithms for the h-p-version of the Finite Element Method.
Abstract

9:45-10:15, Eugene Tyrtyshnikov. Theory and Applications of Mosaic-Skeleton Method.
Abstract

10:15-10:45. Coffee Break.

10:45-12:15. Implementation. Session chair K. Witsch.

10:45-11:15, Craig C. Douglas, Jonathan Hu, Marco Bittencourt. Cache Based Multigrid on Quasi-Structured and Unstructured Grids.
Abstract

11:15-11:45, Ulrich Rüde, Markus Kowarschik. Cache-aware Multigrid for 3D Elliptic Equations.
Abstract

11:45-12:15, Michael Griebel, Gerhard Zumbusch. Key Based Multigrid on Adaptive Grids.
Abstract

10:45-12:15 b. CFD III. Session chair S. Vandewalle.

10:45-11:15, J. Yan, L. Xue, F. Thiele. A Modified Full Multigrid Algorithm For Navier-Stokes Equations.
Abstract

11:15-11:45, Reinhold Hess. Dynamically Adaptive Multigrid on Parallel Computers for a Semi-Implicit Discretization of the Shallow Water Equations.
Abstract

11:45-12:15, D. O. Ofengeim, S. K. Kochuguev, A. I. Zhmakin. Multigrid Methods for Low Mach Number Viscous Flows on Adaptive Unstructured Grids.
Abstract

12:15-14:00. Lunch at the university club

14:00-15:30. Nonlinear II. Session chair T. Manteuffel.

14:00-14:30, Xue-Cheng Tai, Jinchao Xu. Nonlinear Space Decomposition for Degenerated and Singular Nonlinear Equations and Some Asyncronous Versions.
Abstract

14:30-15:00, Volker Schulz. Solving Optimal Control Problems by Multigrid Methods with Transforming Smoothers.
Abstract

15:00-15:30, Gerhard Starke. Least-Squares Mixed Finite Elements for a Nonlinear Elliptic Problem: A Gauss-Newton Multilevel Method.
Abstract

14:00-15:30 b. Convection II. Session chair R. Kornhuber.

14:00-14:30, Nicolas Neuss. Adaptive Multigrid Solving of Large Systems of Chemical Reactions with Diffusion and Transport.
Abstract

14:30-15:00, Rob Stevenson. An Efficient Multigrid Method for the Morley Discretization of the Biharmonic Equation.
Abstract

15:00-15:30, Christoph Pflaum. Construction of Robust Multilevel Splittings.
Abstract

15:30-16:00. Coffee Break.

16:00-16:30 Session.

16:00-16:30, Joseph E. Pasciak. Multigrid for the Mortar Finite Element Method.
Abstract

16:30-17:30. Discretizations. Session chair U. Rüde.

16:30-17:00, Boris Lastdrager, Barry Koren. Error Analysis for Sparse-Grid Recombination.
Abstract

17:00-17:30, Stefan Schneider, Christoph Zenger. Multigrid Methods for Hierarchical Adaptive FE.
Abstract

16:30-17:30 b. Convection III. Session chair C. Wagner.

16:30-17:00, D.Drikakis, O.Iliev, D.Vassileva. An Adaptive Smoothing-based Multigrid Algorithm for Flow Computations.
Abstract

17:00-17:30, Volker John, Lutz Tobiska. Smoothers in Coupled Multigrid Methods for the Stokes and Navier-Stokes Equations.
Abstract

17:30-. Closing Remarks by Michael Griebel.

 

Credits

In Cooperation with the

Programme Committee

Local Organizing Committee

Special thanks for the guided tour through the Arithmeum of the Institute for Discrete Mathematics (Prof. B. Korte).