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Volume 13, Number 9 (approximately September 30, 2003)

Today's topics:

     New Entries in MGNetBib
     Trilinos 3.1 public release
     Workshop in Graz Talks Available
     David M. Young Reception
     Post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of Colorado at Denver
     Assistantships at the University of Colorado at Denver
     Open position C4 Numerical Simulation in Bonn

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Date: Sun, 07 Sep 2003 19:05:46 +0200
From: David Dureisseix 
Subject: New Entries in MGNetBib

  It is my pleasure to send you new entries for the bibliography.
Here are the references (related to domain decomposition):

@article{OLoiseau_PLadeveze_DDureisseix_2002a,
  author =      "O. Loiseau and P. Ladev{\`e}ze and D. Dureisseix",
  title  =      "Sur une strat{\'e}gie de calcul multi{\'e}chelle pour
l'analyse 
                 des structures composites : discr{\'e}tisation et
performances",
  journal =     "Rev. Europ. {\'E}l{\'e}ments Finis",
  volume =      "11",
  year =        "2002",
  pages =       "349--362",
  }
@article{DDureisseix_PLadeveze_BASchrefler_2003a,
  author =      "D. Dureisseix and P. Ladev{\`e}ze and B. A. Schrefler",
  title =       "A computational strategy for multiphysics problems - 
                 application to poroelasticity",
  journal =     "Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng.",
  volume =      "56",
  year =        "2003",
  pages =       "1489--1510",
  }
@article{BVereecke_HBavestrello_DDureisseix_2003a,
  author =      "B. Vereecke and H. Bavestrello and D. Dureisseix",
  title =       "An extension of the FETI domain decomposition method
for 
                 incompressible and nearly incompressible problems",
  journal =     "Comput. Meth. Appl. Mech. Eng.",
  volume =      "192",
  year =        "2003",
  pages =       "3317--3568",
  }

Best regards,
David Dureisseix

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Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2003 10:25:06 -0500
From: "Michael A Heroux" 
Subject: Trilinos 3.1 public release

The Trilinos Project is an effort to develop parallel solver algorithms and
libraries within an object-oriented software framework for the solution of
large-scale, complex multi-physics engineering and scientific applications.

Trilinos 3.1, the first public release, contains a selection of packages
from Trilinos and is available for download.  Please visit the Trilinos
website for further information:

        http://software.sandia.gov/trilinos


Mike Heroux
Sandia National Laboratories
On behalf of the Trilinos development team

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Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2003 07:44:57 +0200
From: Alfio Borzi 
Subject: Workshop in Graz Talks Available

The talks for the Workshop Advances in Numerical Algorithms are now all
available (except one) at

    http://www.kfunigraz.ac.at/imawww/borzi/workshop/program.html

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Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 04:21:18 -0500 (CDT)
From: "David R. Kincaid" 
Subject: David M. Young Reception

Dr. Young's 80th Birthday Reception

Marking the occasion of Professor David M. Young's 80th birthday,
a reception will be held on Friday October 24, 2003, 5:00-7:00pm
in the Faculty Lounge of the Applied Computational and Engineering Sciences 
(ACES) Building, Room 6.102, located at 201 East 24th Street, 
on The University of Texas at Austin campus.

Please RSVP by Friday, October 17th (512) 471-3312 (valerie@ices.utexas.edu)

Additional information is available at

    http://www.ma.utexas.edu/CNA/reception.html

There is a Web site with some interesting photos and other information at

    http://www.ma.utexas.edu/CNA/photos.html

Best wishes can be send via email to young@cs.utexas.edu
or via cards and letters to 

    Dr. David M. Young
    Department of Computer Sciences
    University of Texas at Austin
    1 University Station C0500
    Austin, TX 78712-0233 USA

This event is sponsored by the Institute for Computational Engineering and
Sciences (ICES), the Department of Computer Sciences, and the Department of
Mathematics.

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Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2003 20:38:14 -0600 (MDT)
From: Jan Mandel 
Subject: Post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of Colorado at Denver

The Center for Computational Mathematics at the University of Colorado at
Denver has one or more openings for Post-doctoral Research Associates,
funded by an NSF grant on dynamic data driven simulation for wildfire
modeling. This is a joint project with the National Center on Atmospheric
Research, University of Kentucky, Texas A&M University, and Rochester
Institute of Technology. The associate will work with Professors Leo
Franca, Jan Mandel, and Tolya Puhalskii.

The appointments are possible for one or two years. The associate should
have a solid background and a research record in one or more of the
following areas:

- physical modelling by partial differential equations
- discretization techniques
- stochastic processes, control, and estimation
- data analysis, filtering and assimilation

The associate should have a demonstrated ability to create independently
prototype models in Matlab or C, and will be expected to direct the
programming work of one or more graduate students. Ability to work with
legacy numerical codes in Fortran is a plus.

To apply, please send your CV including publications and experience in
software development, and have three letters of recommendation sent to Jan
Mandel 

Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the
positions are filled.

The University of Colorado at Denver is an equal opportunity employer and
educator committed to excellence through inclusiveness. The Colorado Open
Records Act requires a written request for confidentiality at the time of
application. Applications without a written request for confidentiality
may be required to be disclosed. All applications submitted via e-mail are
subject to Colorado Open Records Act.

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Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2003 22:03:07 -0600 (MDT)
From: Jan Mandel 
Subject: Assistantships at the University of Colorado at Denver

The Center for Computational Mathematics at the University of Colorado at
Denver has several open positions for Graduate Research Assistants (GRAs)
in an NSF funded project on wildfire simulation.  The GRAs will join a
dynamic interdisciplinary team working in physical modeling,
discretization of partial differential equations, statistical data
analysis, stochastic modeling, real-time simulation, and high performance
computing.

The GRAs will be students in the PhD Program in Applied Mathematics.
Full support (stipend, tuition, fees, books, and health insurance) is
available. Summer internships and visits to other institutions may be
required. Applicants should have Bachelor's or Master's degree in
Mathematics or a relevant Science and Engineering discipline, excellent
analytical abilities, and programming experience.

Interested students should submit an application for admission into the
PhD program (see http://www-math.cudenver.edu/graduate/ for requirements
and forms) and contact Jan Mandel  to be
considered for financial support. The email should include a CV and a
description of relevant experience, in particular any software development
and computational modeling projects. Electronic copies of any work of the
applicant (papers, thesis, computer code,...) and of transcripts by email
will be helpful.

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Date: 09 Sep 2003 17:57:45 +0200
From: Marc Alexander Schweitzer 
Subject: Open position C4 Numerical Simulation in Bonn

Please include the following job posting (see also

    http://www.ins.uni-bonn.de/institut/stellen.html)

in the next MGNet newsletter if possible.

Best wishes,
        Marc Alexander Schweitzer

                                  * * * * *

Open Position "Full Professor with tenure (C4) for Numerical Simulation"
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the University of
Bonn, Germany, seeks for a Professor for Numerical Simulation at the
rank Full Professor with tenure (C4) at the Institute for Numerical
Simulation. The engagement is regulated by the law of the state
Nordrhein Westfalen §46 HG (NRW). 

Candidates should have the numerical simulation in the area of
geosciences and engineering sciences as their main research subject.
Participation in the SFB 611 "Singular Phenomena and Scaling in
Mathematical Models" is encouraged. 

Candidates must be prepared to lecture in German. The professorship is
responsible for the education in engineering mathematics for the study
program geodesy at the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Bonn.

Disabled applicants with identical skills and experience will be given
preferential treatment. The University of Bonn would like to establish a
higher quota of female professors. Applications from women are therefore
particularly encouraged. 

Applications should be directed to the Chairman of the Fachgruppe
Mathematik/ Informatik, Prof. Dr. Chr. Strelen, Beringstraße 4, 53115
Bonn, Germany, until 

                           October 10, 2003 

and should include a statement describing the suitability of the
applicant for the announced position, curriculum vitae, copies of
degrees, a list of publications and preprints and reprints of the most
important three papers not older than three years. 

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