NA Digest, V. 16, # 40

NA Digest Monday, October 24, 2016 Volume 16 : Issue 40

Today's Editor:

Daniel M. Dunlavy
Sandia National Labs

Today's Topics: Subscribe, unsubscribe, change address, or for na-digest archives:

Submissions for NA Digest:

From: Rippl Michael
Date: October 19, 2016
Subject: Call for 6th BGCE Student Paper Prize

Let us direct your attention to the 6th BGCE Student Paper Prize to be
awarded at the 2017 SIAM CS&E Conference, February 27 - March 3, 2017,
in Atlanta, Georgia, for outstanding student work in the field of
Computational Science and Engineering.

Founder of the prize is the Bavarian Graduate School of Computational
Engineering (BGCE, ). The prize winner will be
invited to spend one week (air fare and lodging expenses covered) in
Bavaria, Germany, visiting BGCE sites in Erlangen and Muenchen and
getting in contact with BGCE's educational and research program. The
main objective is to promote excellent students in CS&E and to foster
international exchange at an early career stage. Eligible for the
prize will be undergraduate and graduate students prior to receiving
their PhD (at date of submission).

Candidates are required to summarize their work in a short paper of at
most 4 pages. The prize finalists will be asked to present their work
at SIAM CS&E 2017 with a talk to be given in a special "CS&E Student
Prize Minisymposium". The papers and talks will be evaluated by an
international prize committee. Excluded from the competition are only
students from our own universities, FAU and TUM. Deadline for
submissions to the BGCE Student Paper Prize is December 11,
2016. Submissions should be sent in pdf format via email to

Since we are interested in a broad and high-level competition, as we
had it in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, and 2015, we ask you to encourage
suitable candidates in your group or department to submit a paper and
to support their participation in SIAM CS&E 2017.

Please see for further

From: Christoph Lauter
Date: October 19, 2016
Subject: Announcing Sollya 6.0

We are pleased to announce the release of Sollya 6.0 available for
download at:

Sollya is both a tool environment and a library for safe
floating-point code development. It offers a convenient way to perform
computations with multiple precision interval arithmetic. It is
particularly targeted to the automatized implementation of
mathematical floating-point libraries (libm).

This 6.0 release is the result of a combined effort to bring, amongst
others, the following enhancements and improvements:
- Lots of bug fixes
- Improvements in performance and internal handling
- Compatibility enhancements, in particular for FPLLL

The 5.0 release we had made in June had already been the result of a 2
year effort and had brought already tremendous enhancement with
respect to the older Sollya 4.1 release.

Sollya is free software and released under Cecill-C (LGPL like)

Please feel free to test and comment on the new release.
The Sollya release team:
Sylvain Chevillard (APICS team, INRIA, France),
Christoph Lauter (PEQUAN team, UPMC, Paris, France).

From: Federico Negri
Date: October 19, 2016
Subject: redbKIT v2.2 released

Release v2.2 of the redbKIT library is now available for download.

redbKIT is a MATLAB library for finite element simulation and reduced-
order modeling of Partial Differential Equations. It consists of three
main packages:

- 'FEM_library' provides 2D/3D finite elements approximations of
advection-diffusion-reaction equations, Navier-Stokes equations,
nonlinear elastostatic and elastodynamics, fluid-structure
interaction problems.

- 'RB_library' implements Galerkin and least-squares Reduced Basis
methods, Proper Orthogonal Decomposition, greedy algorithm,
Empirical Interpolation Method and its discrete/matrix variants.

- 'Problems' contains a gallery of tests, examples and applications.

redbKIT is free and distributed under BSD License. For download and
online documentation see

From: Hans De Sterck
Date: October 23, 2016
Subject: Computational Techniques and Applications, Australia, Nov 2016

The biennial Australia/New Zealand Computational Techniques and
Applications Conference (CTAC 2016) will be held at Monash University,
Melbourne, Australia, from 27 to 30 November 2016.

Presentations are invited on: computational mathematics; scientific,
technical, and industrial applications; and high performance

Important Dates:
Early bird registration closing date: 28 October 2016
Registration closing date: 18 November 2016
Deadline for abstract submission: 4 November 2016

Invited Speakers: Bernd Brugmann, University of Jena, Numerical
General Relativity; Scott MacLachlan, Memorial University of
Newfoundland, Finite Element and Multigrid methods; Regina Burachik,
University of South Australia, Nonsmooth Optimization; Alys Clark,
University of Auckland, Modelling of Biophysical Processes; Josef
Dick, University of New South Wales, Quasi-Monte Carlo Numerical
Integration; Bishnu Lamichhane, University of Newcastle, Numerical
Methods for PDEs; Robert McLachlan, Massey University, Symplectic and
Geometric Integration; Murray Rudman, Monash University, Computational
Fluid Dynamics

For more information and registration, please visit:

From: Andre Massing
Date: October 18, 2016
Subject: Deadline Extended, Sweden, eXtended Discretization MethodS, Jun 2017

The ECCOMAS thematic and IACM special interest conference on "eXtended
Discretization MethodS (X-DMS 2017)" will be held on 19-21 June 2017
in Umea, Sweden, see for more

MS PROPOSALS: Upon popular request, the deadline for submission of
minisymposium proposals has been extended until October 31, 2016.
Submission instructions can be found at

- October 31, 2016: Deadline for minisymposia proposals
- November 1, 2016: Minisymposia acceptance notification
- November 8, 2016: Opening of abstract submissions
- December, 31 2016: Deadline for abstract submissions

- Stephane Bordas, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
- Luca Formaggia, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
- Arnold Reusken, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
- Wolfgang Wall, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
- Gabriel Wittum, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Please contact the conference organizers at
if you have any questions concerning the conference.

From: Philip Knight
Date: October 21, 2016
Subject: Numerical Analysis, Scotland, Jun 2017

Registration is now open for the
27th Biennial Conference on Numerical Analysis
June 27-30, 2017, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland

This long established conference is open to all researchers in the
field, and you are invited to contribute a talk on your current
work. Young researchers and PhD students will find the environment
particularly welcoming. We are soliciting proposals for mini-symposia:
these can be submitted on-line.

The following distinguished researchers have accepted invitations for
plenary lectures at the conference: Don Estep, Philip Gill, David
Gleich, David Keyes, Christian Lubich, Ilaria Perugia, Gerlind
Plonka-Hoch, Valeria Simoncini, Andrew Stuart, Endre Suli, Francoise
Tisseur, Karin Tornberg.

The A R Mitchell lecture will be given by Andrew Stuart and the
Fletcher-Powell lecture by Philip Gill.

Further information and on-line registration may be found at

From: Adrianne Ali
Date: October 19, 2016
Subject: SIAM Annual Meeting, USA, Jul 2017

2017 SIAM Annual Meeting
David Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
July 10-14, 2017

This meeting is being held jointly with the SIAM Conference on
Industrial and Applied Geometry (GD17), July 10-12, and the SIAM
Conference on Control and Its Applications (CT17), July 10-12. This
meeting is co-located with the SIAM Workshop on Parameter Space
Dimension Reduction (DR17), July 9-10, and the SIAM Workshop on
Network Science (NS17), July 13-14.

The Call for Presentations for this conference is available at:

Twitter hashtag: #SIAMAN17

January 4, 2017: Minisymposium Proposal Submissions
February 1, 2017: Contributed Lecture, Minisymposia, Poster and
Minisymposteria Presentation Abstracts

January 20, 2017: SIAM Student Travel Award

Please visit for
detailed submission information.

For additional information, contact the SIAM Conference Department

From: Ilse Ipsen
Date: October 17, 2016
Subject: Deputy Director Position, SAMSI

The Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI)
invites applications for the position of Deputy Director for a term of
up to three years beginning July 1, 2017.

SAMSI ( is one of eight mathematical sciences
institutes funded by the National Science Foundation. The Deputy
Director will be a distinguished researcher who will provide
scientific direction to the Institute and oversight of the SAMSI
grant, and who will work closely with the Director on all aspects of
the Institute's oversight and program activities. The Deputy Director
will also be strongly encouraged to pursue his/her personal research
in conjunction with the SAMSI programs or independently.

SAMSI is managed by a Directorate which is comprised of five members:
the Director, the Deputy Director, two part time Associate Directors
and the Director of Operations. The Director and Deputy Director form
the executive side of the Directorate and are responsible for the
administration of programs, human resources and personnel issues,
financial operation and infrastructure. Together with the other
members of the Directorate, they also share the responsibilities of
the selection, development and implementation of SAMSI programs.

The appointment will be made as a member of the research faculty at
North Carolina State University. Rank and salary will be commensurate
with the candidate's experience and qualifications. The candidate must
have a PhD in mathematics, statistics or a related data science field,
excellent management skills and research record. Proven
administrative experience is an asset.

Informal inquiries may be made to the Director, Richard Smith
(, 919-685-9352). Interested candidates should apply at Review of applications will begin November 15,
2016, and will continue until the position is filled. Women and
members of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.

From: Shuwang Li
Date: October 21, 2016
Subject: Chair Position, Applied Math, Illinois Institute of Technology

The Department of Applied Mathematics at the Illinois Institute of
Technology (IIT) seeks a dynamic individual to serve as Chair
beginning in the 2017-18 academic year. The department is vibrant and
diverse and has experienced significant growth in faculty size,
research funding, student enrollment and credit-hour production over
the past decade. Active leadership is desired to manage continued
growth, address resource allocation issues, and to increase ties to
areas outside of academia. The candidate must have proven records of
leadership in academic settings, strong research and publications,
significant external funding, excellent interpersonal and
communication skills, and the ability to teach mathematical science
courses at all levels.

Reviewing applications will start on December 1, 2016, and will
continue until the position is filled. For a complete position
description or to apply please visit:

Questions regarding this position may be addressed to: Search
Committee Chair, Department of Applied Mathematics,,
(312) 567-8980.

IIT is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to
enhancing equity, inclusion and diversity within its community. It
actively seeks applications from women, minorities, individuals with
disabilities, veterans and other underrepresented groups. All
qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment.

From: Dugald Duncan
Date: October 19, 2016
Subject: Faculty Positions, Applied Math, Heriot-Watt Univ, Edinburgh

We are seeking to make at least two permanent academic appointments in
the Mathematics Department to strengthen our research in the areas of
applied mathematics, industrial mathematics, mathematical biology,
mathematical ecology, computational mathematics, mathematical data
science, stochastic modelling or uncertainty quantification. The role
will also have a teaching responsibility.

We are particularly interested in individuals who can expand the
profile of the research group in mathematical biology and ecology or
who can exploit links to work on geosciences on our campus in the
Lyell Centre, one of the main bases of the British Geological Survey

The full description of the vacancy is at

The deadline for applications is 4 December.

From: Jed Brown
Date: October 18, 2016
Subject: Faculty Positions, Computer Science (CS&E/HPC), CU Boulder

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Colorado (CU)
Boulder seeks applications for multiple tenure-track positions. The
openings are targeted at the level of assistant professor, but
experienced candidates may be considered for associate or full
professor. Research areas of particular interest include, but are not
limited to, security, systems, high-performance computing,
computational science and engineering, and data-driven approaches to
robotics (especially mobile manipulation). Computational biology is
also an area of particular interest, and interested applicants should
apply to the joint BioFrontiers and Computer Science search
( Our
department is committed to fostering an inclusive environment, and we
seek candidates who understand the benefits of interdisciplinary
collaborations with students, faculty and other researchers from
across CU. Our department is also responsive to dual career

Applications received by December 1, 2016 will be given priority and
are accepted electronically at with further details.

The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action

From: Annalisa Quaini
Date: October 23, 2016
Subject: Tenure Track Position, Univ of Houston

The Mathematics Department at the University of Houston expects to
hire a tenure track assistant professor as early as Fall
2017. Preference will be given to a candidate who works in
mathematical biology, mathematical medicine, applied probability,
statistics, biostatistics or related areas. We are particularly
interested in someone who can foster collaborative efforts with
existing research teams in our department and the university at large,
and whose research interests will allow collaborative interactions
with local universities, local industry, and the Medical Center.

The University of Houston is one of the most diverse research
universities in the nation. The department is seeking outstanding
candidates with the potential for exceptional research, excellence in
teaching, and clear commitment to enhancing the diversity of the
faculty, graduate and undergraduate student population. The University
of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
institution. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities
are encouraged to apply. The University of Houston is responsive to
the needs of dual career couples. Requires a PhD in Mathematics or a
related field. Official transcripts are required for a faculty
appointment and will be requested upon selection of final candidate.

Please apply at

From: University of Pittsburgh, Swanson School of Engineering
Date: October 20, 2016
Subject: NTS Faculty Position, M/MS Engineering Department

The Swanson School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh is seeking
an outstanding candidate to fill a non-tenure stream faculty position
in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
(MEMS) with the principal duty of teaching. The successful candidate
is expected to teach up to 12 credit hours per semester. Applicants
must possess a PhD in Mechanical Engineering or a related
field. Applicants with prior teaching experience in an engineering
program are particularly encouraged to apply. In addition, research
experience in such areas as engineering education or the development
of outreach programs to pre-college students, and relevant
industrial/practical experience is desired. The successful candidate
should be able to teach a variety of the core courses in the MEMS
Department, including statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials,
thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, mechanical design, and mechanical
measurements. The ability to develop and teach upper level electives
and graduate courses is an added benefit. Other responsibilities may
include student advising and other administrative duties. The position
is for the academic year, with the potential of some summer teaching,
and will be eligible for renewal on an annual basis.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, a detailed resume,
statements describing teaching and research interests and plans, and
the names and contact information for at least three references in a
single PDF file, to for the Mechanical
Engineering position.

Applications will be considered until the position is filled. The
University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity

From: Karen Devine
Date: October 17, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Position, Combinatorial Scientific Computing, Sandia National Labs

There is an immediate opening for a postdoc in Combinatorial
Scientific Computing in the Center for Computing Research at Sandia
National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, USA. Research topics include
high performance graph and hypergraph algorithms, high performance
numerical linear algebra, architecture-aware strategies, and
integration of algorithms with physics-based and data-centric

Outstanding applicants in other related areas will also be
considered. This postdoc position is for motivated and enthusiastic
individuals with excellent communication skills who have the ability
to work in a collaborative research environment.

To apply, go to

or to and search for job opening 655018 or
"Combinatorial Scientific Computing".

From: Raffaella Ocone
Date: October 19, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Position, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

A post-doc position is available within the School of Engineering and
Physical Sciences at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. The successful
candidate will be part of the Particle Technology and Complex Fluids
research group. The group works on addressing key gaps in the
scientific understanding and the engineering application of
particulate materials. We work at the development and formulation of
material (constitutive) laws describing the complex phenomena
occurring at various length and time scales. Our work is devoted to
producing user-inspired research through rigorous mathematical
modelling, simulation and experimental validation (rheological

The postdoc work will be concerned with the theoretical development of
constitutive equations for the bulk properties of the particulate
phase. The specific work will involve developing appropriate
mathematical scaling procedures (i.e. averaging and homogenisation)
which will permit the development of laws describing the behaviour of
particulate flow. The work will require a sound mathematical expertise
and a background in physics to deal with particle-particle and
particle-fluid interactions. The work will be part of a major
programme linked to Professor Ocone ( EPSRC
Established Career Fellowship. Further details can be found at:

From: Daniel B Szyld
Date: October 19, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Position, Parallel Asynchronous Schwarz

The Department of Mathematics, Temple University, is inviting
applications for a postdoctoral position. This is a non-tenure-track
appointment. The appointment is for two years, to start on January
2nd, 2017. The appointment may be extended for a semester or two
beyond the original two years.

This research position is part of a project on asynchronous parallel
methods for the solutions of PDEs using Schwarz methods. The ideal
candidate will have knowledge of Domain Decomposition methods and/or
parallel codes, and possibly asynchronous iterations.

In addition to the research project, the position involves a light
teaching load.

Applications should include the standard AMS Cover Sheet for Academic
Employment, a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, and a statement about
current and future research. A complete application will also include
at least three letters of recommendations. All application materials
should be submitted via

Inquiries may be directed to

Review of applications will begin November 1, 2016.

Temple University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer,
and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. We
especially encourage applications from women, minorities, and other
under-represented groups in the mathematical sciences.

From: Karl Rupp
Date: October 24, 2016
Subject: PhD Position, Scientific Computing on Many-Core Architectures, TU Wien

We are inviting applications for a PhD student position at the
Institute for Microelectronics, TU Wien. The project involves the
development of novel algorithms for multi- and many-core architectures
and approaches for performance-portable compute kernels. The results
are to be disseminated to the scientific community through the free
open source projects ViennaCL and PETSc. A degree in mathematics,
computer science, or a related discipline is required. Previous
exposure to OpenCL or CUDA and previous contributions to open source
software are a plus.

Please apply via email to no later
than Wednesday, November 9, 2016. Use the code "307.8.2" to reference
this position. The position is formally announced from February 1,
2017 to January 31, 2018. Funding for extending the position up to
January 31, 2020, is available. The official announcement is available
here (in German):

From: Jose E. Castillo
Date: October 21, 2016
Subject: PhD Positions, Computational Science, San Diego State Univ

The Computational Science Research Center at San Diego State
University is looking for qualified applicants for its
interdisciplinary Ph.D. program (joint with Claremont Graduate
University) in Computational Science. We offer graduate students, on
a competitive basis, a broad range of financial assistance options
while they are pursuing their advanced degree, including Teaching,
Graduate and Research Assistantships and Fellowships. Areas of
interest include: BioScience, Earth Science, Engineering Science,
Physical and Chemical Science, intersecting with Mathematical Modeling
and Scientific Computing. Strong applicants with backgrounds in
mathematics, the natural sciences, computer science, or engineering
are all considered.

Please check our web site for details about the program, including
application process:

CSRC faculty profiles can be found at:

Also, check our YouTube channel "SDSU Computational Science Research
Center," and our most recent short video at:
Under the SDSU CSRC seal you will also see the playlist: "A Career in
Computational Science at SDSU," which includes three videos.

The link to the playlist is at:

Don't hesitate to contact our center if you have any questions about
our program. Our email address

From: Fikret Aliev
Date: October 24, 2016
Subject: Contents, Applied and Computational Mathematics, 15 (3)

Applied and Computational Mathematics an International Journal
Vol.15, No.3, October 2016


On Approximately Controllable Systems (Survey), Nazim I. Mahmudov,
Mark A. Mckibben

Modeling and Algorithms for Capacitated Transportation Networks with
Population-Dependent Travel Times, Saber Shiripour, Iraj Mahdavi,
Nezam Mahdavi-Amiri

Companion of Generalization of Ostrowski Type Inequalities for
Functions of two Variables with Bounded Variation, H. Budak,
M.Z. Sarikaya

Controllability for the Neumann Problem for the Heat Equation with
Memory, A. Negrescu

Analytical Approximations for Fokker-Planck Equations of Fractional
Order in Multistep Schemes, Shaher Momani, Omar Abu Arqub, Asad
Freihat, Mohammed Al- Smadi

Analytical Solutions of Nonlinear Equations with Proportional Delays,
Sachin Bhalekar, Jayvant Patade

Reconstruction of Dielectric Constants of Multi-Layered Optical Fibers
Using Propagation Constants Measurements, E.M. Karchevskii,
L. Beilina, A.O. Spiridonov, A.I. Repina

Construction o Hermitian Self-Dual Constacyclic Codes Over Fq2+_Fq2,
Yan Liu, Min Jia Shi, Zahra Sepasdar, Patrick Sole

Algorithm for Calculating the Parameters of Formation of Gas-Liquid
Mixture in the Shoe of Gas Lift Well, Fikret A. Aliev, N.A. Ismailov,
A.A. Namazov, M.F. Rajabov

From: Badih Ghusayni
Date: October 21, 2016
Subject: Contents, Intl J Mathematics and Computer Science, 11 (2)

The papers below can be downloaded freely via
Contents, Vol. 11, no. 2, International Journal of Mathematics and
Computer Science:

1) Andreas Boukas, Anargyros Fellouris, On Octonion polynomial

2) Adam LaClair, A Mixed-Ramsey Result

3) Lieven Le Bruyn, Extending irreducible braid representations to the
3-component loop braid

4) Nelson A. Carella, Densities of Primes and Primitive Roots.

5) Henrik Stenlund, Methods for the Summation of Infinite Series

6) Benoit Cloitre, Good variation theory: a Tauberian approach to the
Riemann Hypothesis

7) Cyrille Dadi, Adolphe Codjia, Riemannian foliation with dense
leaves on a compact manifold

8) Peter Johnson, John Weeks, On the Secure-Domination Number of the
Full Balanced Binary Tree

9) K. Rauf, N. Nyor, R. U. Kanu, J. O. Omolehin, An Airline Crew
Scheduling for optimality

10) K. Rauf, S. M. Alata, O. T. Wahab, Common Fixed Point For
Generalized Five Self Maps In Cone Metric Spaces

11) Rong Qiang Wei, A recursive relation and some statistical
properties for Mobius function

12) Saad I. El-Zanati, Maggie Kopp, Michael J. Plantholt, Sabrina
Rice, On decomposing regular graphs into star forests

13) Badih Ghusayni, Half a dozen famous unsolved problems in
mathematics with a dozen suggestions on how to try to solve them

From: Chi-Wang Shu
Date: October 19, 2016
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing, 69 (2)

Journal of Scientific Computing

Volume 69, Number 2, November 2016

Data-Driven Tight Frame Learning Scheme Based on Local and Non-local
Sparsity with Application to Image Recovery, Dai-Qiang Chen.

Stability of Radial Basis Function Methods for Convection Problems on
the Circle and Sphere, Jordan M. Martel and Rodrigo B. Platte.

Two Alternating Direction Implicit Difference Schemes for Solving the
Two-Dimensional Time Distributed-Order Wave Equations, Guang-hua Gao
and Zhi-zhong Sun.

Convergent Non-overlapping Domain Decomposition Methods for
Variational Image Segmentation, Yuping Duan, Huibin Chang and
Xue-Cheng Tai.

An Accelerated Method for Nonlinear Elliptic PDE, Hayden Schaeffer and
Thomas Y. Hou.

Numerical Solution of Multidimensional Hyperbolic PDEs Using Defect
Correction on Adaptive Grids, Mani Razi, Peter Attar and Prakash

Robust Error Analysis of Coupled Mixed Methods for Biot's
Consolidation Model, Jeonghun J. Lee.

An Algorithmic Exploration of the Existence of High-Order Summation by
Parts Operators with Diagonal Norm, Nathan Albin and Joshua Klarmann.

Multistep Schemes for Forward Backward Stochastic Differential
Equations with Jumps, Yu Fu, Weidong Zhao and Tao Zhou.

The Jacobi Collocation Method for a Class of Nonlinear Volterra
Integral Equations with Weakly Singular Kernel, Sonia Seyed Allaei,
Teresa Diogo and Magda Rebelo.

Symmetric Energy-Conserved S-FDTD Scheme for Two-Dimensional Maxwell's
Equations in Negative Index Metamaterials, Wanshan Li and Dong Liang.

Krylov Integration Factor Method on Sparse Grids for High Spatial
Dimension Convection-Diffusion Equations, Dong Lu and Yong-Tao Zhang.

Viscous Regularization for the Non-equilibrium Seven-Equation
Two-Phase Flow Model, Marc O. Delchini, Jean C. Ragusa and Ray A.

A Novel Solver for the Generalized Riemann Problem Based on a
Simplified LeFloch-Raviart Expansion and a Local Space-Time
Discontinuous Galerkin Formulation, Claus R. Goetz and Michael

An Unconditionally Stable Discontinuous Galerkin Method for the
Elastic Helmholtz Equations with Large Frequency, Xiaobing Feng and
Cody Lorton.

Implicit Multistage Two-Derivative Discontinuous Galerkin Schemes for
Viscous Conservation Laws, Alexander Jaust, Jochen Schutz and David
C. Seal.

On Standard Finite Difference Discretizations of the Elliptic
Monge-Ampere Equation Gerard Awanou.

An Analysis of Solution Point Coordinates for Flux Reconstruction
Schemes on Tetrahedral Elements, F.D. Witherden, J.S. Park and
P.E. Vincent.

End of Digest