The goal of this series of conferences is to address the complex issues related to the solution of general sparse matrix problems in large-scale applications and in industrial settings.
||June 08 - 10, 2022
The program is available here.
The topics to be covered at the conference include,
but are not limited to, the following:
- incomplete factorization preconditioners
- domain decomposition preconditioners
- approximate inverse preconditioners
- block preconditioning
- multi-level preconditoners
- graph and mesh partitioners
- preconditioners based on randomization
- preconditioning techniques for finite element discretizations
- preconditioning multiphysics problems
- preconditioning in data science and machine learning
- preconditioning techniques in eigenvalue computation,
- applications including but not limited to: computational fluid dynamics, materials science and nanosciences, image processing,
petroleum industry, semiconductor device simulations, computational finance, and data science
We currently have the following minisymposia:
feel free to add to that list.
- Structured Linear Systems Resulting from Problems Involving PDEs (Santolo Leveque and John Pearson, University of Edinburgh)
- Preconditioning Techniques for Application Problems in Computational Science and Engineering (Fabian Castelli, KIT)
- High Performance Preconditioning on GPUs (Hartwig Anzt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Yvan Notay, Universit´e Libre de Bruxelles) (open for possible further contributions)
- Preconditioning for data assimilation and least squares problems (Melina Freitag, University of Potsdam)
The conference takes place at Chemnitz, Straße der Nationen 62, Germany
Chemnitz, Straße der Nationen 33, Germany
Host institution: Department of Mathematics, Chemnitz, University of Technology
The conference fee (inclusive VAT) will be 150 EUR.|
The fee includes:
- Participation in all sessions,
- Conference dinner,
- Coffee breaks.
|| Talks: 25 minutes (including discussion, 5 minutes)|
With the keyword "Preconditioning" you may book discounted rooms in the following hotels:
Chemnitz is best reached via plane to Leipzig (LEJ) or Dresden (DRS) both of which are well connected to Frankfurt and Munich. From both airports we will arrange collective pickups using the university shuttle service. If you want to reach Chemnitz via train there are connections via Chemnitz and Leipzig and a new connection to Berlin has just been announced, which might make flying to Berlin also more convenient.
If you plan to arrive a bit earlier or leave later than Prague is relatively close (90 minute drive) and might also make a viable destination for departure or arrival.
For those of you traveling to the Householder meeting in Bari, there seems to be a one-stop flight leaving from Leipzig around lunch time on Friday and Saturday. Please do not hesitate to contact us about further details.
We have some spots available in the university shuttle to and from the
local airport, which are
from airports to Chemnitz:
and back from Chemnitz to local airports:
- June 07 departure Dresden airport for flights arriving at 10:05
- June 07 departure Dresden airport for flights arriving at 12:35
- June 07 departure Dresden airport for flights arriving at 23:10
- June 07 departure Leipzig Halle airport for flights arriving at 17:50
- June 08 departure Leipzig Halle airport for flights arriving at 09:50
If you want to join please contact email@example.com.
- June 10 leaving Chemnitz for Dresden 11:00
- June 10 leaving Chemnitz for Leipzig Halle 12:30
- June 11 leaving Chemnitz for Dresden 8:00
- June 11 leaving Chemnitz for Leipzig Halle 07:00