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2022, Semester 2

Martin GANDER (Chair) and Florence HUBERT (Local Project Leader)

Numerical Methods for PDEs: Discretization, Iterative Solution & Parallelization
Méthodes numériques pour les EDP : discrétisation, solution itérative, parallélisation
July to December 2022 

Chair > Prof. Martin GANDER Université de Genève
Local Project Leader > Prof. Florence HUBERT Institut de Mathématiques de Marseille, Aix-Marseille Université

Martin Gander worked in McGill University then joined the University of Geneva where he is Full professor. His research interests include, among many things, Domain Decomposition Methods, Absorbing Boundary Conditions, Quadrature, Dynamical Systems, Mathematical Biology, Parallel space time method, etc. He has also regularly cooperated with industry in various areas such as bacteria identification, image compression, weather forecasting, etc.

Florence Hubert is a member of the Institut de Mathématiques de Marseille, in charge of the Applied Analysis Team. Her skills and expertise are in the areas of Modelling in medical sciences (metastasis spreading, instability of microtubules, cell migration) and in the elaboration of new, efficient, numerical algorithms (DDFV methods, applications to medical imagery, etc.)


PinT 2022: 11th Conference on Parallel-in-Time Integration (2642)
PinT 2022 : 11ème conférence PinT – Parallel-in-Time Integration
11-15 July 2022 – VIDEOS

Domain Decomposition for Optimal Control Problems (2644)
Décomposition des domaines pour les problèmes de contrôle optimal
5-9 September 2022 – VIDEOS

Discrete Duality Finite Volume Method and Applications (2645)
Méthode de la dualité discrète en volume fini et applications
17-21 October 2022

Optimized Discrete Schwarz Methods for Anisotropic Elliptic Problems (2646)
24-28 October 2022

Discrete Fracture Networks (2647)
5-9 December 2022


Martin Gander will give a compact post doctoral course on Domain Decomposition methods and will participate in the CEMRACS summer school on Models and Numerical Methods in Particle and Population Dynamics (July 2022). Other plans include lectures aimed at high school students in the newly created mathematical laboratory led by Florence Hubert.