Short Course/Workshop on Singularly Perturbed DEs, Halifax, July 2016‏

 
Registration is now open for a short course and workshop on the numerical analysis 
of singularly perturbed differential equations, organized by the Atlantic Association 
for Research in the Mathematical Sciences Collaborative Research Group in Numerical 
Analysis and Scientific Computing, from July 25th-29th, 2016 in Halifax, NS, Canada. 
Early bird registration fees are available until June 17th, 2016.

The meeting will consist of a 2-day short course on Numerical Analysis of Singularly 
Perturbed Differential Equations taught by leading expert Dr. Niall Madden (National 
University of Ireland, Galway), research level talks by experts in the field, and 
talks by academic and industrial researchers with applied problems who have an interest 
in applying these techniques. The final part of the workshop will be interactive, 
linking the applied researchers with numerical analysis experts to investigate the 
process of introducing parameter-robust techniques to their simulations.

Confirmed speakers include Andrew Bernoff (Harvey Mudd College), Adriana Dawes (Ohio 
State University), Natalia Kopteva (University of Limerick), Alan Lindsey (University 
of Notre Dame), Torsten Linß (University of Hagen), and Martin Stynes (Beijing 
Computational Science Research Centre).

We invite participation from researchers who are interested in either the development 
of advanced algorithms for simulation of singularly perturbed differential equations 
or the use of these algorithms in their work. Partial funding to support travel and/or 
local expenses for students and early-career researchers is available.

For more information, please see http://www.math.mun.ca/~smaclachlan/anasc_spde/