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Volume 15, Number 2 (approximately February 29, 2005)

Today's topics:

     Important Dates
     Correction from V15N01
     Copper Mountain Virtual Pre-Proceeedings
     Postdoc Position at Los Alamos National Lab
     International Conference on "Boundary and Interior Layers (BAIL)"

This is a great place to let the world know about your results.  It is
highly rated for letting the world know about recent graduates' dissertations
and young reserachers' papers... and it is free and open source.

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Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 10:22:21 -0400
From: Craig Douglas 
Subject: Important Dates

Mar. 3   Copper Mountain early registration and hotel reservations
            See http://amath.colorado.edu/faculty/copper
            +1-800-334-7433  or  +1-970-968-2882
            2005 Multigrid Conference Group code #2AH9AR

Apr. 15  European Multigrid Conference abstracts (1 page)
            See http://pcse.tudelft.nl/emg2005/index.php

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Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 10:22:20 -0400
From: Craig Douglas 
Subject: Correction from V15N01

NFFT link:  http://www.math.mu-luebeck.de/potts/nfft

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Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 10:22:19 -0400
From: Craig Douglas 
Subject: Copper Mountain Virtual Pre-Proceeedings

If you are attending the Copper Mountain Multigrid Conference, you are invited
to post a preprint in the virtual pre-proceedings.  There is no page limit,
gee-whiz graphics extras are acceptable, and you can publish the paper in a
journal later.

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Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2005 08:45:26 -0700
From: Michael Pernice 
Subject: Postdoc Position at Los Alamos National Lab

Postdoctoral Research Position at Los Alamos National Laboratory

Computer and Computational Sciences Division, Modeling, Algorithms,
and Informatics Group (CCS-3)
Theoretical Division, Plasma Theory Group (T-15)

The CCS-3 Solvers Team, in collaboration with the Plasma Theory Group,
invites highly motivated Ph.D. students in computational science to
apply for a postdoctoral research position in Los Alamos, NM.  The CCS-3
Solvers Team specializes in efficient solution of nonlinear,
time-dependent problems using adaptive mesh refinement.  Areas of
interest include multilevel methods, error estimation for finite volume
discretizations, and adaptive methods for magnetohydrodynamics.
Appointments have a duration of two years, with possibility of extension
to a third year.

Applicants must have or soon complete a Ph.D. (or equivalent experience)
in Mathematics, Computer Science, Computational Science, or a related
scientific discipline, with a strong emphasis in computation. 
Applicants should have experience in numerical analysis, particularly
related to the numerical solution of partial differential equations in
general.  Interest and experience in large-scale high-performance
computing, scientific software development, and a proven ability to work
in a collaborative research environment are highly desirable.  Knowledge
of or willingness to learn multiple programming and scripting languages
(C++, C, Fortran 90, perl, python) is preferred.

Applications will be accepted through May 1, 2005, or until the position
is filled.  Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, a statement of
research interests, and names of three references to

   Michael Pernice
   Computer and Computational Sciences Division
   Los Alamos National Laboratory
   P.O. Box 1663, MS B265
   Los Alamos, NM 87545

or

   pernice@lanl.gov

AND complete an online application for position #209655 at
http://www.lanl.gov/science/postdocs/.

Los Alamos National Laboratory is a multi-disciplinary, multi-program
research laboratory employing over 8,000 technical professionals
conducting basic and applied research with a primary mission to reduce
global nuclear danger.  The laboratory is located at an elevation of
7200 feet in the beautiful mountains of northern New Mexico, where we
enjoy a temperate climate and easy access to a wide variety of
recreational and cultural opportunities.

Michael Pernice      
Computer and Computational Sciences Division
Los Alamos National Laboratory
P.O. Box 1663, MS B265 
Los Alamos, NM 87545 
pernice@lanl.gov
www.c3.lanl.gov/~pernice/

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Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2005 15:23:25 +0100 (CET)
From: Gerd Rapin 
Subject: International Conference on "Boundary and Interior Layers (BAIL)"

International Conference on "Boundary and Interior Layers (BAIL)"

Organizers:
    * G. Lube, G. Rapin (Institute for Numerical
     and Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics, Georg-August
     University G=F6ttingen)
    * A. Dillmann, H.-J. Heinemann, C.-C. Rossow (Institute of
     Aerodynamics and Flow Technology (AS), German Aerospace Center,
     Braunschweig/G=F6ttingen)

Time:
    July 24th to July 28th, 2006

Deadline for Abstracts:
    December 16th, 2005

Deadline for Early Registration:
    May 16th, 2006

Conference Fee (Early Registration):
    240 Euro (100 Euro for Students)

Topics:
    * All aspects of computational and analytical methods for boundary and
      interior layers, and singular perturbation problems are welcome.
      Special emphasis is laid on the mathematical foundation of such
      methods.

    * Topics in fluid mechanics involving boundary and interior layers
      are welcome, including flow modelling (stability,
      laminar-turbulent transition, turbulence, ...), interactive
      boundary layers, simulation of boundary layer in Navier-Stokes
      solvers, boundary layer perturbation (vortices, wall
      perturbations, ...), boundary layer receptivity and control.

    * More generally, topics in any field in which boundary layers and
      interior layers occur are welcome. In particular, multi-scale
      problems are in the scope of the meeting.

Web-site:
        http://www.math.uni-goettingen.de/bail/

Dr. Gerd Rapin                      Inst. f. Num. & Angew. Mathematik
grapin@math.uni-goettingen.de       University of Goettingen
http://www.num.math.uni-goettingen.de/grapin/

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Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 14:17:43 +0100
From: Ola Marius Lysaker 
Subject: PDE-Based Image Processing and Related

An international conference on "PDE-Based Image Processing and Related
Inverse Problems", August 8-12, 2005 in Oslo, Norway.
http://www.cma.uio.no/conferences/2005/imageprocessing_workshop.html

The purpose of this conference is to have international experts to come to 
Oslo and exchange new ideas and results in this field. The conference will 
focus on, but will not be limited to the following topics for image analysis 
and processing:

 * Noise analysis and removal
 * Image inpaiting
 * Image segmentation
 * 3D image analysis including shading, motion, shape and edge detection
 * Analysis and processing of MR images and brain mapping
 * Diffusion-tensor image analysis
 * Simulation and image techniques for ECG and other medical techniques
 * Image processing and data mining for Internet communication and
   information technology.

Inverse problems for partial differential equations have large areas
of applications. One widely studied application is for oil reservoir
simulations. Although image analysis and PDE inverse problems seem to
be unrelated at a first glance, there are many techniques used in one
of these two areas that are useful for the other. For example, many of
the regularization techniques and segmentation ideas used for image
processing have found interesting applications in inverse problems
within oil reservoir modeling. We shall use this conference to
highlight some of the recent efforts in merging some of the techniques
for these two research areas.

Invited Speakers:

Raymond Chan, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Tony F. Chan, University of California at Los Angeles
Stanley Osher, University of California at Los Angeles
Guillermo Sapiro, University of Minnesota
Joachim Weickert, Saarland University

Registration:

No fee will be charged for participating in the conference. However,
registration is needed to plan the scale for the conference. The total
number of participants will be limited.

Please use our electronic registration page,
http://www.cma.uio.no/conferences/2005/imageprocessing_registration.html

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