10th Annual Meeting of the Bulgarian Section of SIAM

December 21 - 22, 2015, Sofia, Bulgaria

(BGSIAM'15)

The event is organized by the Bulgarian Section of SIAM and will be hosted by the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Science.

Topics

Following the traditions, the topics of interest include (but are not limited to): industrial mathematics; scientific computing; numerical methods and algorithms; hierarchical and multilevel methods; high performance computing; partial differential equations and their applications; control and uncertain systems; Monte Carlo and quasi-Monte Carlo methods; neural networks, metaheuristics and genetic algorithms.

Scientific Program

The scientific program of BGSIAM'15 will include: plenary invited talks, contributed talks, and poster session. BGSIAM encourages the organization of special sessions, including young researchers sessions.

PROGRAM

BGSIAM'15 Photo Gallery

Plenary Invited Speakers

Tzanio Kolev (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA),
"Scalable High-Order Finite Elements for Compressible Hydrodynamics"

Johannes Kraus (Universitšt Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
"Optimal multigrid methods for H(div)-conforming discontinuous Galerkin discretizations of the Brinkman problem"

Maya Neytcheva (Uppsala University, Sweden),
"Efficient numerical methods for time evolution processes, described by integro-differential equations"

Vladimir Veliov (Vienna University of Technology, Austria),
"On the method of Kantorovich for non-smooth generalized equations"

Abstracts and Papers

The participants who are going to give a talk during this event are pleased to send an Extended Abstract (up to two pages or 3600 characters) until October 30, 2015. The extended abstracts are to be written in standard LaTeX using the template. A booklet with the extended abstracts will be available before the meeting.

Proceedings of refereed and presented papers will be published as a special volume of Studies in Computational Intelligence, Springer. The length of the papers is limited up to 12 pages. It is highly recommended to prepare the source files for the papers in LaTeX using the provided template files. The deadline for submission of manuscripts is January 20, 2016.

The abstracts and papers are to be sent to: georgiev@parallel.bas.bg with a copy to ivan.georgiev@parallel.bas.bg.

BGSIAM

http://www.math.bas.bg/IMIdocs/BGSIAM/