Research Group of Prof. Dr. I. Neitzel
Institute for Numerical Simulation

Graduate Seminar on Efficient Simulation

Contact: Prof. Dr. I. Neitzel
Time: Monday, December 11, 16:00-18:10
Tuesday, December 12, 12:00-15:20
Room: 6.020 (Wegelerstr. 6)

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If you are interested in the seminar please contact Prof. Dr. I. Neitzel also before the first seminar meeting.
First seminar meeting: Monday, October 16th, 2:00 pm, room Wegelerstr. 6 6020
Time:Seminar times and order of the talks will be fixed at the beginning of the semester.
Seminar talk: The topic has to be presented in an approximately 60 minutes beamer or blackboard talk, leaving suitable time for questions and discussion. Since most talks will be based on comprehensive original papers, the main ideas, results, algorithms and ideas of proofs, respectively, have to be presented.
Handout: A short handout has to be prepared and provided to the audience. Pleasefinish this handout and arrange a meeting with Prof. Neitzel at least two weaks before your scheduled talk to discuss handout and structure of your talk.
Active participationActive participation, including questions and comments, is expected.
Topics:Topics can be chosen from but are not limited to the list of papers below. Please identify the topics of interest to you and let me know during the first meeting on October 16th or send them by mail to Prof. Neitzel until October 15th, 2017.
R. Herzog, W. Wollner. A Conjugate Direction Method for Linear Systems in Banach Spaces. Journal of Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems, 25(5), 2017.
M. Stoll. A Krylov-Schur approach to the truncated SVD. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 436(8), 2013.
A. Klawonn. Block-triangular preconditioners for saddle point problems with a penalty term. Siam J. Sci. Comput. 19(1), 1998.
C.E. Powell, D. Silvester, V. Simoncini. An efficient reduced basis solver for stochastic Galerkin matrix equations. Siam J. Sci. Comput., 39(1), 2017.
J.H. Bramble, J.E. Pasciak. A preconditioning technique for indefinite systems resulting from mixed approximations of elliptic problems.Math. Comp. 50(181), 1988.