International Conference on High Order and Spectral Methods Participant costs:2014

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International Conference on High Order and Spectral Methods Participant costs:2014 International Conference on High Order and Spectral Methods: 2014 Project Summary ONR funding is requested to support the costs of participants at the International Conference on Spectral and High Order Methods (ICOSAHOM) taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah, June 23-27, 2014. The purpose of the ICOSAHOM conference series is to bring together researchers and practition- ers with an interest in the theoretical, computational and applied aspects of high-order and spectral methods for the solution of di erential equations impacting increasingly diverse and important ap- plications. The conference engages a broad group of researchers representing the mathematical sciences and engineering, as well as practitioners from multiple industrial and government com- munities. The format of the meeting includes plenary presentations, submitted contributions and minsymposia. Spectral and high-order methods have become increasingly important in multiple and diverse applications such as aeroacoustics, bioengineering, electromagnetics, ocean and climate modeling, seismology, turbulent ows, non-Newtonian ows, nonlinear optics, plasma dynamics, image processing and uncertainty quanti cation. Subjects of the meeting include, but are not limited to spectral methods, high-order nite di erence methods, p- and h-p type nite element methods, discontinuous Galerkin methods, ENO/WENO methods, high order methods for integral equations, wavelet-based methods, stochastic methods, ecient solvers and preconditioners for high order methods, ecient time-stepping methods, as well as computational aspects for modern hardware environments. These are topics of general interest to the ONR Applied Computational Analysis Program.
Effective start/end date6/15/149/1/15


  • DOD-NAVY: Office of Naval Research (ONR): $10,000.00


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