British Computational PDEs Colloquium: New Trends

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British Computational PDEs Colloquium: New Trends

 23 - 24 Jan 2014
 ICMS, 15 South College Street Edinburgh

The workshop's aim was to foster closer collaboration and communication between the participants and to showcase the wealth of new and exciting ideas in computational PDEs. Of special interest was the interaction between experts in numerical analysis and experts in high performance computing. The meeting also aimed to provide a platform to foster future collaboration and networking across the UK.


  • Heiko Gimperlein, Heriot Watt University - Coupling of Finite and Boundary Elements for Nonlinear or Indefinite Transmission Problems

  • Agisilaos Athanasoulis, University of Leicester - Towards the Quantum Regularization of Multivalued Linear Flows

  • Irene Kyza University of Dundee - A Posteriori Analysis:  A Tool Towards the Efficient Error Control for Schrodinger Equations

  • Tristan Pryer, University of Reading - A Posteriori Analysis of Discontinuous Galerkin Schemes for Systems of Hyperbolic Conservation Laws

  • Kris van der Zee, University of Nottingham - Contraction and Optimal Convergence of Goal-Orientated Adaptive Finite Element Methods

  • Andrea Moiola, University of Reading - Is the Helmholtz Equation Really Sign Indefinite? 

  • Victorita Dolean Maini, University of Strathclyde - Effective Transmission Conditions for Domain Decomposition Methods Applied to the Time-Harmonic Curl-Curl Maxwell's equations

  • Bjorn Stinner, University of Warwick - Quantifying Surface Finite Element Models for Cell Motility

  • Natalia Kopteva. University of Strathclyde

  • Alexey Chernov, University of Reading - Improved Stability Estimates for the Raviart-Thomas Projections Operator on Quadrilaterals

  • Alex Bespalov, University of Birmingham - A Posteriori Error Estimation for Stochastic Galerkin Approximations

  • Markus Schmuck, Heriot-Watt University- On the Role of Randomness in Finite Dimensional Approximation of Nonlinear PDEs


This workshop is sponsored by NAIS (the Centre for Numerical Algorithms and Intelligent Software).


Wachtel, AndreasUniversity of Strathclyde
Agisilaos, AthanasoulisUniversity of Leicester
Lehel, BanjaiHeriot-Watt University
Gabriel, BarrenecheaUniversity of Strathclyde
Alex, BespalovUniversity of Birmingham
Andrea, CangianiUniversity of Leicester
Alexey, ChernovUniversity of Reading
Victorita, Dolean MainiUniversity of Strathclyde
Emmanuil, GeorgoulisUniversity of Leicester
Heiko, GimperleinHeriot-Watt University/University of Paderborn
Cheherazada, Gonzalez AguayoUniversity of Strathclyde
Natalia, KoptevaUniversity of Strathclyde
Irene, KyzaUniversity of Dundee
Oluwaaseun, LijokaHeriot Watt University Edinburgh
Tsardakas, MichaelHeriot - Watt University
Andrea, MoiolaUniversity of Reading
Tristan, PryerUniversity of Reading
Markus, SchmuckHeriot-Watt University
Bjorn, StinnerUniversity of Warwick
Dumitru, TrucuUniversity of Dundee
Kris, van der ZeeUniversity of Nottingham
Heather, YorstonUniversity of Strathclyde
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