NA Digest, V. 19, # 5

NA Digest Sunday, February 03, 2019 Volume 19 : Issue 5


Today's Editor:

Daniel M. Dunlavy
Sandia National Labs
dmdunla@sandia.gov

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From: Gustaaf Jacobs gjacobs@sdsu.edu
Date: February 01, 2019
Subject: Deadline Extended, North American High Order Methods, USA, Feb 2019


To give scientists who were affected by the government shutdown a
chance to submit an abstract to the North American High Order Methods
Conference, the deadline for abstract submission is extended to
February 15, 2019.

Abstracts can be submitted here:
https://www.nahomcon19.sdsu.edu/submission/



From: Marco Discacciati m.discacciati@lboro.ac.uk
Date: February 01, 2019
Subject: Computational Mechanics, UK, Apr 2019


The 2019 Conference of the UK Association for Computational Mechanics
(UKACM) will take place at City, University of London, 10th-12th April
2019.

The annual UKACM conference offers a forum for academics to present
their research on developments in computational mechanics, and it is
an ideal opportunity to foster ideas and to establish new
collaborative research links, helping to build strong research
networks within the UK and internationally.

Abstract submission is open until 15th February 2019.

For all details on registration and abstract submission, please visit
the conference website
https://www.city.ac.uk/mathematics-computer-science-engineering/UKACM2019



From: Suzanne Shontz shontz@ku.edu
Date: January 29, 2019
Subject: Deadline Extended, PDSEC Workshop at IPDPS, Brazil, May 2019


Due to a high number of requests, the deadline for submission of
papers to the 2019 PDSEC Workshop at IPDPS has been extended to
February 11, 2019.

Papers may be submitted here:
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=pdsec2019 .



From: Carlos Fresneda Portillo ukbim12@brookes.ac.uk
Date: February 01, 2019
Subject: Boundary Integral Methods, UK, Jul 2019


UKBIM12: The 12th UK Conference on Boundary Integral Methods
8th-9th July 2019, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK
https://ukbim12.com/

Call for Papers: Mathematicians, scientists and engineers who are
interested in the theory and application of boundary integral methods
are invited to submit papers relating to all aspects of boundary
integral methods for presentation at the conference. The deadline for
the submission of abstracts is Monday 8th February 2019.



From: Nail K. Yamaleev nyamalee@odu.edu
Date: January 30, 2019
Subject: PhD Position, Numerical PDEs, Old Dominion Univ


Applications are invited for a PhD position in the research group of
Prof. Nail Yamaleev in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at
Old Dominion University (ODU). Current research areas in the group
include entropy stable schemes for the Navier-Stokes equations,
adjoint-based methods for PDE-constrained optimization problems, and
grid adaptation based on error minimization. We are looking for an
enthusiastic and highly-motivated PhD candidate with a B.S. or
M.S. degree in Mathematics or a closely related field. A solid
background in numerical methods and excellent programming skills are
required. This position will provide a unique opportunity to work on a
cutting-edge project in Dr. Yamaleev's group in collaboration with
research scientists of NASA Langley Research Center.

Interested candidates should apply for a graduate assistantship in
computational and applied mathematics at:
https://www.odu.edu/admission/graduate

Further information on how to apply can be found at:
http://catalog.odu.edu/graduate/collegeofsciences/mathematicsstatistics/#doctorofphilosop
hy-computationalandappliedmathematics

The deadline for applications is March 15 for international applicants
and June 1 for domestic applicants.




From: Martin Schmidt martin.schmidt@uni-trier.de
Date: February 01, 2019
Subject: PhD Positions, Algorithmic Optimization, Trier Univ, Germany


The Research Training Group (RTG) Algorithmic Optimization, funded by
the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), invites applications for
several doctoral research positions (TVL 13, 75%) at Trier University
for the period of 3 years, starting in the first half of 2019. The
research topics are devoted to all mathematical aspects of algorithmic
optimization with an emphasis on applications, in particular in large
and big data as well as systems models from economics. The doctoral
research positions do not involve teaching duties. At the time of
hiring, applicants must hold a MSc degree (or equivalent) in
mathematics or a strongly related field. They should be able to
communicate in English and should document their interest in the
scientific goals of the research program of the research training
group (Graduiertenkolleg). Excellent programming skills are a plus.

Applications should include:
- letter of motivation (no longer than 2 pages)
- curriculum vitae
- a recent letter of reference (in English or German) to be sent
directly to the address given below
- contact information of at least one additional reference
- copies of earned degrees (in German or English translation)
- a mathematical writing sample (preferably the master's thesis)
- transcript of grades

Applications from researchers of all nationalities are welcome. Trier
University strives to increase the share of women in research and
strongly encourages women to apply. Trier University is a certified
family-friendly employer. Applicants with disabilities who are equally
qualified will be favoured.

Please compile all application materials into one pdf or zip-file
and send it via e-mail to:
Email: alop@uni-trier.de
Subject: RTG ALOP


For full consideration, applications must be received by February 22,
2019, however, late applications will be considered until the
positions are filled.

For more information see: https://alop.uni-trier.de/job-opening/




From: David Chappell david.chappell@ntu.ac.uk
Date: January 30, 2019
Subject: PhD Positions, Nottingham Trent Univ


Nottingham Trent University is providing competitive funding for
excellent PhD candidates. Some potential projects in the areas of
computational and applied industrial mathematics can be found listed
on my homepage:
https://www.ntu.ac.uk/staff-profiles/science-technology/david-chappell

Details of the funding available can be found at:
https://www.ntu.ac.uk/research/research-degrees-at-ntu/phd-studentships

The deadline for applications is 25th February 2019. Please contact
david.chappell@ntu.ac.uk for further details.



From: Murtazo Nazarov murtazo.nazarov@it.uu.se
Date: February 01, 2019
Subject: PhD Positions, Scientific Computing, Uppsala Univ


Uppsala University announces three PhD student positions in Scientific
Computing. A PhD position in Scientific Computing requires a Master of
Science in computational science, engineering physics, applied
mathematics, or a corresponding degree in a field relevant to the
topic of the PhD thesis. For more information about the announcement
see:

http://www.it.uu.se/research/scientific_computing/phd_positions_2019

Available projects are:
- High-fidelity noise maps. (Advisor: Ken Mattsson)
- Simulating Waves on Complex Domains. (Advisor: Gunilla Kreiss)
- Finite element approximation of magnetohydrodynamics. (Advisor:
Murtazo Nazarov)

Apply via the web interface found at
http://www.uu.se/en/about-uu/join-us/details/?positionId=248561

The deadline is the 11th of March 2019.




From: S├ębastien Le Digabel Sebastien.Le.Digabel@gerad.ca
Date: February 01, 2019
Subject: CFP, Special Issue, Bridges between optimization and machine learning


This Special Issue is on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the
Group for Research in Decision Analysis - GERAD (www.gerad.ca).

Machine learning and optimization research communities have been
increasingly gathering efforts to face hard global optimization
problems. For example, optimization is largely used for setting the
parameters of machine learning models, or to create more compact data
representations without much loss of information. In turn, machine
learning is widely used for data-driven optimization yielding methods
better tailored for the final practical applications. The objective
of this special issue is to publish innovative global optimization
algorithms revolving around the combination of optimization and
machine learning techniques. We encourage submissions on theory,
methods, and applications focusing on a broad range of optimization
and machine learning approaches in various domains. The deadline for
submissions is July 31, 2019. Papers will be peer- reviewed according
to the editorial policy of the Journal of Global Optimization. They
should be original, unpublished, and not currently under consideration
for publication elsewhere. Contributions should be prepared according
to the instructions to authors that can be found in the journal
homepage. Authors should upload their contributions using the
submission site https://www.editorialmanager.com/jogo/, by selecting
the option SI: GERAD-40.

You can read the call for papers here:
https://www.springer.com/mathematics/journal/10898/PSE?detailsPage=societies

Other inquiries should be sent directly to the Guest Editors in charge
of this issue:
Daniel Aloise, daniel.aloise@gerad.ca
Gilles Caporossi, gilles.caporossi@gerad.ca
Sebastien Le Digabel, sebastien.le.digabel@gerad.ca




From: Irena Lasiecka IL2V@VIRGINIA.EDU
Date: January 30, 2019
Subject: Contents, EECT Evolution Equations and Control Theory, 8 (1)


I am pleased to inform you the new issue EECT 8-1 March 2019 special
issue is now online.
http://aimsciences.org/journal/A0000-0000/2019/8/1

Introduction to the special issue "Nonlinear wave phenomena in
continuum physics: Some recent findings", Pedro M. Jordan and Barbara
Kaltenbacher

Strongly nonlinear perturbation theory for solitary waves and bions,
John Boyd

Some remarks on the model of rigid heat conductor with memory:
Unbounded heat relaxation function, Sandra Carillo

Abelian versus non-Abelian Backlund charts: Some remarks, Sandra
Carillo, Mauro Lo Schiavo and Cornelia Schiebold

On a C-integrable equation for second sound propagation in heated
dielectrics, Ivan C. Christov

Pattern formation in flows of asymmetrically interacting particles:
Peristaltic pedestrian dynamics as a case study, Yuri B. Gaididei,
Christian Marschler, Mads Peter Sorensen, Peter L. Christiansen and
Jens Juul Rasmussen

Finite-amplitude acoustics under the classical theory of
particle-laden flows, Pedro M. Jordan

Discrete regularization, Len Margolin and Catherine Plesko

Traveling wave solutions to modified Burgers and diffusionless Fisher
PDE's, Ronald Mickens and Kale Oyedeji

Nonlinear waves in thermoelastic dielectrics, Angelo Morro

Isogeometric shape optimization for nonlinear ultrasound focusing,
Markus Muhr, Vanja Nikolic, Barbara Wohlmuth and Linus Wunderlich

Optimal scalar products in the Moore-Gibson-Thompson equation, Marta
Pellicer and Joan Sola-Morales

Shock wave formation in compliant arteries, Cristobal Rodero,
J. Alberto Conejero and Ignacio Garcia-Fernandez

Anti-plane shear Lamb's problem on random mass density fields with
fractal and Hurst effects, Xian Zhang, Vinesh Nishawala and Martin
Ostoja-Starzewski




From: Romas Baronas romas.baronas@mif.vu.lt
Date: January 31, 2019
Subject: Contents, Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, 24 (2)


Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, ISSN 1392-5113,
Volume 24, Number 2, 2019

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Ning Duan, Xianyun Xu, Global dynamics of a fourth-order parabolic
equation describing crystal surface growth

Eid H. Doha, Mohamed A. Abdelkawy, Ahmed Z.M. Amin, Dumitru Baleanu,
Approximate solutions for solving nonlinear variable-order fractional
Riccati differential equations

Yatian Pei, Yong-Kui Chang, Hilfer fractional evolution
hemivariational inequalities with nonlocal initial conditions and
optimal controls

Xinan Hao, Luyao Zhang, Lishan Liu, Positive solutions of higher order
fractional integral boundary value problem with a parameter

Mehmet Emir Koksal, Stability analysis of fractional differential
equations with unknown parameters

Xiaoqin P. Wu, Liancheng Wang, Normal form of double-Hopf singularity
with 1:1 resonance for delayed differential equations

Natalija Sergejeva, Sigita Peciulyte, On Fucik type spectrum for
problem with integral nonlocal boundary condition

Rafal Kamocki, A nonlinear control system with a Hilfer derivative and
its optimization

Olena Ragulina, Jonas Siaulys, Randomly stopped minima and maxima with
exponential-type distributions

A free on-line edition is available at: http://www.mii.lt/NA/



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