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Meeting: Winter School on Iterative Methods
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Meeting: Winter School on Iterative Methods

Winter School on Iterative Methods in
Scientific Computing and Their Applications

Host by:
The Institute of Mathematical Sciences
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

December 14--20, 1995

Main Invited Lecturers and Sample Topics:

Tony Chan (UCLA): Domain Decomposition, Image Processing.
Jack Dongarra (U. of Tennessee): Algorithms, Libraries.
Howard Elman (U. of Maryland): Stokes problems, Oseen Problems.
Gene Golub (Stanford): Error Estimation, Inner-Outer Iterations.
Franklin Luk (RPI): Signal and Image Processing.
David Silvester (UMIST): FEM, Navier-Stokes Equations.
Gilbert Strang (MIT): Wavelets, Filters.
Henk van der Vorst (U. of Utrecht): Krylov Methods, Implementation.
Andy Wathen (UK): Stokes Problems, Preconditioning.
Jinchao Xu (Penn. State): Multilevel Methods, Convergence Theory.

School Model

It will be a seven-day school with 10 main invited speakers.
Each main speaker will give three 40-min lectures.
There will also be several other lectures given by
speakers from the Asian region. There will be 5-6
lectures per day except for the fourth day which will
be reserved for excursion or social activities.
Demonstration and exercise sessions will be at the end of each day.
Lecture notes of the School will be distributed to attendees.

Call for Posters

The School will have a poster session for participants to exhibit
their research results. Authors are invited to submit their papers
(maximum four pages) on any topics related to scientific computing.
Please send the papers electronically or in hard copy form to

Dr. K.M. Yeung
Department of Mathematics
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, Hong Kong

Deadline for submission is December 1, 1995.


Registration fee is US$100 which includes all lecture notes
to be distributed at the School. To receive the registration
form, please send request to Dr. K.M. Yeung at address above.
A latex file of the form can be obtained by anonymous ftp at

General Information

Detail information of the School can be obtained at
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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