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NA Digest, V. 18, # 50


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Subject: NA Digest, V. 18, # 50

NA Digest  Tuesday, December 18, 2018  Volume 18 : Issue 50

Today's Editor:

	Daniel M. Dunlavy
	Sandia National Labs
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Today's Topics:

	Package for unconstrained or box constrained nonlinear optimization
	New Book, Computational Mathematics with SageMath
	New Book, Finite Element Exterior Calculus
	New Book, Solitons in Two-Dimensional Shallow Water
	Mathematical Modeling with Applications, Morocco, Apr 2019 
	Numerical Algorithms for High-Performance Computational Science, UK, Apr 2019
	Rising Stars in Computational and Data Sciences, USA, Apr 2019
	Parallel and Distributed Scientific and Engineering Computing, Brazil, May 2019
	IEEE Computer Arithmetic, Japan, Jun 2019
	Iterative Methods from the Continuum Perspective, Ireland, Jun 2019
	Computational Finance, Spain, Jul 2019
	Modelling the Cardiac Function, Italy, Jul 2019
	Reliable Methods of Mathematical Modeling, Austria, Sep 2019
	Provost Position, San Diego State Univ
	Software Development Positions, Siemens PLM Software
	Tenure Track Position, Computational Mathematics, Umeå U., Sweden
	Tenure Track Positions, Utrecht Univ
	Assistant Professor Position, Mathematics, Wichita State Univ
	Postdoc Position, Computational Science, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
	PhD Position, Computational Biomechanics, UPC-BarcelonaTech
	PhD Position, Computational Fluid Dynamics, NTNU, Norway
	PhD Position, Numerical Analysis & Scientific Computing, Birmingham, UK
	PhD Position, RWTH Aachen and Philips Research Eindhoven
	PhD Position, Scientific Computing/Numerical Analysis
	Contents, BIT Numerical Mathematics, 58 (4)

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From: Hugo Daniel Scolnik [log in to unmask]
Date: December 10, 2018
Subject: Package for unconstrained or box constrained nonlinear optimization

This is an updated package written in Fortran 77 which implements the
algorithm published in "A curvilinear search using tridiagonal secant
updates for unconstrained optimization". J.E.Dennis, N.Echebest,
M.T.Guardarucci, J.M.Martinez, H.Scolnik y C.Vacchino. SIAM Journal on
Optimization Theory ,1, 3, pp.333-357, August 1991.

It contains the following versions:

CURVIF (it uses only f(x))
CURVIG (it uses f(x) and the gradient g(x))
CURVIH (same as CURVIG but also requires the hessian)

This method tries to find the optimal radius of the trust region at
each step and turned out to be extremely robust.

The source code and the paper can be downloaded from


From: Kris ONeill [log in to unmask]
Date: December 10, 2018
Subject: New Book, Computational Mathematics with SageMath

Computational Mathematics with SageMath

SageMath, or Sage for short, is an open-source mathematical software
system based on the Python language that provides the most recent
algorithms and tools. Developed by an international community of
teachers and researchers whose aim is to provide an alternative to
commercial products, Sage is freely available and is supported by all
modern operating systems. Computational Mathematics with SageMath
focuses on the underlying mathematics necessary to use Sage
efficiently and is illustrated with concrete examples. It is
accessible to high school and undergraduate students as well as
graduate students, teachers, and researchers.

2018 / xiv + 464 pages / Softcover / 978-1-611975-45-1 / List $69.00 /
SIAM Member $48.30 / OT160

See more details at:


From: Kris ONeill [log in to unmask]
Date: December 12, 2018
Subject: New Book, Finite Element Exterior Calculus

Finite Element Exterior Calculus
Douglas N. Arnold
CBMS-NSF Regional Conference Series in Applied Mathematics 93

The finite element exterior calculus, or FEEC, is a powerful new
theoretical approach to the design and understanding of numerical
methods to solve partial differential equations. This volume aims to
help numerical analysts master the fundamentals of FEEC, including the
geometrical and functional analysis preliminaries, quickly and in one
place. It is also accessible to mathematicians and students of
mathematics from areas other than numerical analysis who are
interested in understanding how techniques from geometry and topology
play a role in numerical PDEs.

2018 / xii + 120 pages / Softcover / 978-1-611975-53-6 / List $54.00 /
SIAM Member $37.80 / CB93

See more details here:


From: Kris ONeill [log in to unmask]
Date: December 10, 2018
Subject: New Book, Solitons in Two-Dimensional Shallow Water

Solitons in Two-Dimensional Shallow Water
Yuji Kodama

Web-like waves, often observed on the surface of shallow water, are
examples of nonlinear waves. They are generated by nonlinear
interactions among several obliquely propagating solitary waves, also
known as solitons. In this book, modern mathematical tools-algebraic
geometry, algebraic combinatorics, and representation theory, among
others-are used to analyze these two-dimensional wave patterns. The
author's primary goal is to explain some details of the classification
problem of the soliton solutions of the KP equation (or KP solitons)
and their applications to shallow water waves.

This book is intended for researchers and graduate students.

2018 / xiv + 252 pages / Softcover / 978-1-611975-51-2/ List $69.00 /
SIAM Member $48.30 / CB92

See more details here:


From: khalide jbilou [log in to unmask]
Date: December 10, 2018
Subject: Mathematical Modeling with Applications, Morocco, Apr 2019 

Mathematical Modeling with Applications M2A19
Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco
April, 1--4, 2019.

The conference is dedicated to Gerard Meurant for his 70th Birthday

MAIN TOPICS: Large linear systems and preconditioning, eigenvalue
problems.  Linear algebra and control, model reduction.  Ill-posed
problems, Image processing.  Numerical methods for PDEs.
Approximation,Optimisation.  Applied Statistics.  Applications: Signal
processing, financial computation, learning machine.

PLENARY SPEAKERS: C. Brezinski, France; G. Meurant, France;
L. Reichel, USA; Y. Saad, USA; H. Sadok, France; P. Van Dooren,

Important Dates:
January 15, 2019 - Deadline for submission of titles and abstracts
February 15, 2019 - Deadline for registration

The proceedings of the conference will appear as a special volume of
the journal " Numerical Algorithms", subject to a regular refereeing

For more information, please refer to the web page:

or contact us at: [log in to unmask]  or at:  [log in to unmask]


From: Nick Higham [log in to unmask]
Date: December 17, 2018
Subject: Numerical Algorithms for High-Performance Computational Science, UK, Apr 2019

This 2-day scientific discussion meeting is being held at the Royal
Society, London, UK, and is organized by Jack Dongarra, Laura Grigori
and Nick Higham.

The programme consists of invited talks and contributed posters.
Attendance is free, but places are limited and advance registration is

For more information, including the programme and registration, see


From: Jim Stewart [log in to unmask]
Date: December 12, 2018
Subject: Rising Stars in Computational and Data Sciences, USA, Apr 2019

The Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at UT
Austin and Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) are partnering together
to host Rising Stars in Computational and Data Sciences, an intensive
workshop for women graduate students and postdocs who are interested
in pursuing academic and research careers. The workshop will be held
April 9-10, 2019 at ICES.

We are seeking nominations for outstanding candidates in their final
year of PhD or within three years of having graduated. We will select
approximately 25 women to come to ICES for two days of research
presentations, poster sessions, and interactive discussions about
academic and research careers, with travel expenses fully covered.

Full details, including the nomination form, are at

Please consider nominating one of your outstanding current/recent PhD
students or postdocs. Nominations are due January 22, 2019.

On behalf of the organizing committee: Tammy Kolda (SNL), Jim Stewart
(SNL), Rachel Ward (ICES), Karen Willcox (ICES)


From: Suzanne Shontz [log in to unmask]
Date: December 17, 2018
Subject: Parallel and Distributed Scientific and Engineering Computing, Brazil, May 2019

This is a reminder that the deadline to submit a paper to the 20th
IEEE International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Scientific and
Engineering Computing Workshop (PDSEC '19), which is being held in
conjunction with IPDPS 2019, is January 27, 2019.  The deadline is the
same to submit papers to the special track on Performance and Software

The 20th IEEE International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed
Scientific and Engineering Computing Workshop (PDSEC '19)
( will be held on May 24, 2019
in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

The Call for Papers for the workshop can be found here
(  Please note that this year
there is a PDSEC special track in Performance and Software Engineering
in Scientific Computing
(  The
deadline to submit papers to the workshop and to the special track is
January 27, 2019.


From: Sylvie Boldo [log in to unmask]
Date: December 13, 2018
Subject: IEEE Computer Arithmetic, Japan, Jun 2019

26th IEEE Symposium on Computer Arithmetic
June 10 - 12, 2019,  Kyoto, Japan

Authors are invited to submit papers describing recent advances on all
aspects related to computer arithmetic, its applications or
implementations. This includes, but is not restricted to, the
following topics: Foundations of number systems and arithmetic;
Arithmetic processor design and implementation; Arithmetic and
datapath design for artificial intelligence, machine learning, and
deep learning; Numerics for artificial intelligence, machine learning,
and deep learning; Arithmetic algorithms and their analysis;
Floating-point units, algorithms, and numerical analysis; Elementary
and special function implementations; Power-efficient or low-energy
arithmetic units and processors; Industrial implementation of
arithmetic units and processors; Test, validation, and formal
verification techniques for arithmetic implementations;
Fault/error-tolerance in arithmetic implementations; Arithmetic for
FPGAs and reconfigurable logic; Design automation for computer
arithmetic implementations; Computer arithmetic for security and
cryptography; Arithmetic to enhance accuracy or reliability
(multiple-precision, interval arithmetic, ...); Arithmetic challenges
in HPC and exascale computing (accuracy, reproducibility, ...);
Arithmetic for specific application domains (big-data analytics,
signal processing, computer graphics, multimedia, computer vision,
finance, ...); Computer arithmetic in emerging technologies;
Non-conventional computer arithmetic and applications.

For ARITH 26, we are also inviting short papers (4 pages maximum) to
describe industry applications, work-in-progress ideas, or interim
results. PhD students are especially welcome and may present their
work in an informal session. All submissions, whether regular full
papers, short or industry papers, or PhD presentations, will have a
full presentation slot scheduled.

Submission site:
Abstract submission: January 14th, 2019


From: Kirk M. Soodhalter [log in to unmask]
Date: December 14, 2018
Subject: Iterative Methods from the Continuum Perspective, Ireland, Jun 2019

The Hamilton Mathematics Institute (HMI) at Trinity College Dublin
will be hosting a workshop next summer titled "Beyond the discrete:
iterative methods from the continuum perspective". Its purpose is to
advance a more full view of iterative methods, which connects the
measure of convergence in finite dimensions to the underlying
continuum problem and the discretization that induced the finite
dimensional linear system in question.  We seek to introduce these
ideas to younger researchers in the early stages of their careers
while bringing together current leaders in the field to have fruitful
discussions and share their latest research. This workshop will
combine introductory lectures on interrelated subtopics and hosting
and encouraging interesting discussions.  There will also be a poster
session wherein younger researchers can present their work. The
workshop has five invited speakers confirmed: Victorita Dolean
(University of Strathclyde/Nice), Maya Neytcheva (Uppsala University),
Catherine Powell (University of Manchester), Zdenek Strakos (Charles
University Prague), and Walter Zulehner (Johannes Kepler University,

The Workshop will take place from the morning of June 3 to lunchtime
of June 7, 2019 in the Hamilton Building of Trinity College Dublin in
Ireland. More detailed information, including how to register, can be
found at  We
encourage interested colleagues to register and book hotel
reservations as soon as possible, as the demand for hotel rooms is
exceedingly high during the summer months, particularly in June.

Important deadlines:
- March 20, 2019: Registration with talk/poster abstract submission
  (for early career people)
- March 20, 2019: Registration with request for possible limited
  funding support (for early career people)
- May 20, 2019: General registration closes


From: Matthias Ehrhardt [log in to unmask]
Date: December 15, 2018
Subject: Computational Finance, Spain, Jul 2019

We cordially invite you to attend the third biennial International
Conference on Computational Finance (ICCF2019), on July 8-12,2019, see

The International Conference on Computational Finance 2019 (ICCF2019)
is an international conference organized by Universidade da Coruna. It
is the third of a biennial series of conferences in Computational
Finance launched by the consortium of the European project FP 7 Marie
Curie ITN STRIKE- Novel Methods in Computational Finance 2013-2016.
Previous editions took place in December 2015 at the University of
Greenwich and September 2017 at the University of Lisbon.  ICCF2019
focuses on research and practice in financial mathematics and
computation and welcomes academicians from the top-tier research
centers and experts from the financial industry, in order to foster
collaborations among mathematical finance and computational
scientists, researchers and practitioners in finance and economics.

Plenary Speakers: Rene Aid, Universite Paris-Dauphine, France.  Rene
Carmona, Princeton University, USA.  Griselda Deelstra, Universite
Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.  Bruno Dupire, Bloomberg, USA.  Peter
A. Forsyth, University of Waterloo, Canada.  Julien Guyon, Bloomberg,
USA.  Monique Jeanblanc, Universite de Evry-Val d'Esonne, France.
Rudiger Kiesel, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany.  Andrea
Pallavicini, Banca IMI, Italy Olivier Pironneau, Universite Pierre et
Marie Curie, France.  Christoph Reisinger, University of Oxford,
United Kingdom.  Nizar Touzi, Ecole Polytechnique, France.  Antony
Ware, University of Calgary, Canada.

Besides a booklet of the conference proceeding we will disseminate
special issues of prestigious journals. High quality original research
papers are solicited for special issues. Papers will undergo a
peer-review process and are expected to comply with the same high
standards as in regular issues submissions. The journals will be: AMF
- Applied Mathematical Finance; IJCM - International Journal of
Computer Mathematics; JCF - Journal of Computational Finance.  More
details and registration information can be found on the webpage:


From: Luca Paglieri [log in to unmask]
Date: December 14, 2018
Subject: Modelling the Cardiac Function, Italy, Jul 2019

2019 RISM Congress
iHEART - Modelling the Cardiac Function
22-24 July 2019 - Varese (Italy)

This congress, organised in the context of the prestigious Riemann
International School of Mathematics, aims at focusing on the state of
the art in the mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of the
cardiac function and its clinical applications.  This event will host
plenary lectures from distinguished scientists as well as contributed
talks some presented by PhD students and some by senior researchers,
and a poster session. PhD students selected for contributed
presentation will be offered free accommodation.  Organizers are:
Alfio Quarteroni, Luca Dede, Andrea Manzoni, Christian Vergara, Paolo
Zunino.  Plenary speakers: Dominique Chapelle (INRIA, FR), Rolf Krause
(USI, CH), Gernot Planck (U. Graz, AT), Nicholas Smith (U. Auckland,
NZ), Natalia Trayanova (Johns Hopkins U., USA) For more information
and registration form:


From: Dirk Praetorius [log in to unmask]
Date: December 13, 2018
Subject: Reliable Methods of Mathematical Modeling, Austria, Sep 2019

The biennial RMMM conferences bring together scientists developing
reliable methods for mathematical modeling. The topics of the
conference include applied and numerical analysis, methods for the
control of modeling and numerical errors, algorithmic aspects,
challenging applications, and novel discretization methods for the
numerical approximation of PDEs.

The 9th edition of the conference will take place on September 9-13,
2019, at TU Wien.

Confirmed speakers: Soren Bartels, University of Freiburg, Germany;
Alex Bespalov, University of Birmingham, UK; Helmut Harbrecht,
University of Basel, Switzerland; Norbert Heuer, Pontifical Catholic
University of Chile; Christian Kreuzer, TU Dortmund, Germany; Ilaria
Perugia, University of Vienna, Austria; Rob Stevenson, University of
Amsterdam, Netherlands; Martin Vohralik, Inria Paris, France

Topics: Mesh-adaptive numerical methods in various applied problems; A
posteriori error control and verification of numerical solutions;
Validation of mathematical models used in computer simulation;
Nonlinear computational partial differential equations; Novel
discretization methods for the numerical approximation of PDEs.



From: Jose E, Castillo [log in to unmask]
Date: December 13, 2018
Subject: Provost Position, San Diego State Univ

San Diego State University (SDSU) seeks a seasoned leader with deep
administrative and academic experience to serve as its next provost
and senior vice president for academic affairs.

Founded in 1897, San Diego State University began operating as the San
Diego Normal School, a training facility for elementary school
teachers. A member of The California State University system since its
inception in 1960, SDSU has grown to become a leading public research
university.  With over 34,500 students, SDSU is committed to providing
its students with a transformational college experience. Faculty and
staff are deeply invested in creating social mobility pathways and
providing resources that help graduate a largely first-generation,
underrepresented student population who go on to become future global
citizens, compassionate leaders and ethical innovators around the

The final version of the ad has been posted at Witt/Kieffer:

Please feel free to nominate or encourage exceptional candidates to
consider this position; the success of this search depends on
attracting a broad pool of excellent applicants.


From: Alex Rand [log in to unmask]
Date: December 10, 2018
Subject: Software Development Positions, Siemens PLM Software

Siemens PLM has a number of open positions in software development for
Simcenter STAR-CCM+. Positions involve a number of subfields of
computational engineering and sciences including both finite volume
and finite element methods, mesh generation, scientific visualization,
and high-performance computing. Many positions require a graduate
degree in computer science, engineering, mathematics or a related

Several current opening are listed below and up-to-date listings are
always available on the Siemens job site:

Volume Mesh Generation,
Surface Mesh Generation,
Mesh Generation Framework,
Heat Transfer and Optics,
Simulation Framework,
Dense Granular Flow Models,
Finite Element Methods,
Fluid Dynamics Framework,
Computational Fluid Dynamics,
Scientific Visualization,
Finite Element Solid Stress,


From: Åke Brännström [log in to unmask]
Date: December 18, 2018
Subject: Tenure Track Position, Computational Mathematics, Umeå U., Sweden

The Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, Umea
University, Sweden, invites applications for a tenure-track position
as Associate Senior Lecturer in Computational Mathematics.

The employment is limited to 5 years and consists of 4 years own
research and 1 year teaching. The position is a "tenure-track" that
makes it possible to develop and establish a long-term research. An
Associate Senior Lecturer has the right, upon request, to be
considered for promotion to Senior Lecturer.

The applicant should have a doctoral degree in Mathematics or
equivalent scientific competence. Priority will be given to candidates
who have completed their doctoral degree or equivalent academic
competence no more than five years before the deadline of the
application period.

For more information and instructions on how to apply, see:

Last application date is 2019-02-13.


From: Jason Frank [log in to unmask]
Date: December 15, 2018
Subject: Tenure Track Positions, Utrecht Univ

The Mathematical Institute of Utrecht University invites applications
for several positions of Tenure Track Assistant Professors in
Mathematics, including Westerdijk Fellowships.

In the Division of Fundamental Mathematics, we are searching for
candidates whose expertise is in algebraic, arithmetic or differential
geometry, including number theory, automorphic forms, algebraic
topology, geometric analysis, Lie theory, and mathematical logic.

In the Division of Mathematical Modelling, we are searching for
candidates whose expertise is in applied analysis or scientific
computing, including data science, machine learning, networks, complex
systems, imaging, high performance computing, and mathematical

The appointment is at the level of assistant professor ('universitair
docent', lecturer), initially for a period of 5 years. The position
will be subject to a mid-term evaluation after approximately 2.5 years
and an end-term evaluation. Following a positive evaluation the
position will become permanent after 5 years. In case of sufficient
seniority, the position can be tenured at a higher level. Female
candidates are strongly urged to apply and will be considered for a
Westerdijk Fellowship, an attractive startup package created by the
Faculty of Science in order to increase its number of female

Complete job descriptions and information on how to apply can be found
by searching on the vacancy website
or directly by following links for pure (
and applied (

Apply by: Jan 31, 2019


From: Tom DeLillo [log in to unmask]
Date: December 12, 2018
Subject: Assistant Professor Position, Mathematics, Wichita State Univ

Applications are invited for a tenure-eligible Assistant Professor in
Mathematics for August, 2019. A Ph.D. in Mathematics or equivalent;
active in research and strong research potential; ability to
participate in/contribute to doctoral program; strong commitment to
excellence in teaching; excellent communication skills; successful
experience with diverse populations; willingness to accommodate a
variety of learning styles and strategies in instructional delivery
and learning activities, including online and blended learning,
flexible teaching methods, and applied learning approaches are
required. Deadline: 01/15/2019, then monthly. Preference given to
research area in Applied Mathematics/Numerical Analysis; research area
compatible with faculty research interests; successful classroom
teaching experience; progress toward establishing a strong research
record; and expectation of developing externally funded research

Applicants must send a letter of application, curriculum vita,
descriptions of research interest and teaching philosophy to, and arrange to have three letters of
reference sent to: Tianshi Lu, Search Committee Chair, Department of
Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics, Wichita State University,
Wichita, KS 67260-0033, USA or emailed to [log in to unmask], FAX:

Offers of employment are contingent upon completion of a satisfactory
criminal background check as required by Board of Regents Policy. All
employees of Wichita State University are expected to support the WSU
Vision, Mission and Values and to help foster an environment rich in
university of culture, thoughts and experience. Candidates for faculty
positions should be able to demonstrate the ability to effectively
educate and empower a diverse student population.  Wichita State
University does not discriminate in its employment practices,
educational programs or activities on the basis of age, ancestry,
color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic
information, marital status, national origin, political affiliation,
pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a
veteran. Retaliation against an individual filing or cooperating in a
complaint process is also prohibited. Sexual misconduct, relationship
violence and stalking are forms of sex discrimination and are
prohibited under Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of
1972. Complaints or concerns related to alleged discrimination may be
directed to the Director of Equal Opportunity or the Title IX
Coordinator, Wichita State University, 1845 Fairmount, Wichita
KS67260-0138; telephone (316) 978-3187.


From: Jean-Luc Fattebert [log in to unmask]
Date: December 14, 2018
Subject: Postdoc Position, Computational Science, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

The Computational Engineering and Energy Sciences Group at Oak Ridge
National Laboratory s seeking postdoctoral research associates to aide
in the design and development of large-scale parallel computer
simulation environments for applied problems.

The successful candidate should have a Ph.D. in physics, applied
mathematics, or a field relevant to the job duties. Also required is
expertise in one or more areas relevant to simulations of interest
such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD), coupled multi-scale
physics methods, adaptive mesh refinement (AMR), differencing schemes
on unstructured and/or AMR meshes, numerical linear and/or non-linear
algebra including large scale eigenvalue problems and preconditioned
Krylov methods, high-order time integration, model reduction,
uncertainty quantification methodologies. Experience in the design and
implementation of numerical algorithms in one or more high-level
computing languages (e.g. C++, Fortran, Python) is also expected.

Details and application process can be found at


From: Matteo Giacomini [log in to unmask]
Date: December 11, 2018
Subject: PhD Position, Computational Biomechanics, UPC-BarcelonaTech

One PhD opening is available within Prof. Huerta's group at the
Laboratori de Calcul Numeric (LaCaN) at Universitat Politecnica de
Catalunya - BarcelonaTech. The topic of the PhD position is
MEDICINE. The project belongs to the line of investigation on
high-fidelity numerical methods and reduced order models for complex
multiphysics problems and is funded by the program INPhINIT "la Caixa"

INPhINIT "la Caixa" is a prestigious fellowship program targeting
highly skilled students interested in performing their PhD studies in
research centers of excellence in Spain and Portugal. The program
offers a stimulating international environment, a competitive salary
and complementary training activities on soft skills. The prospective
PhD student will integrate the "Credible high-fidelity data-driven
models" team of LaCaN, a very active research group of experts in
numerical methods and computational mechanics, under the supervision
of Prof. A. Huerta and Dr. M. Giacomini.

All the details on the PhD project and on the application procedure
are available at


From: Henry Piehl [log in to unmask]
Date: December 17, 2018
Subject: PhD Position, Computational Fluid Dynamics, NTNU, Norway

The Department of Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering of the
Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Alesund, Norway
has an opening for a PhD position.
We are seeking a PhD candidate to work on a CFD based ship response
model for autonomous docking operations.

Applications are received through

Please refer to the application number SO-IV-18/19 when applying.

Departmental website:


From: Alex Bespalov [log in to unmask]
Date: December 11, 2018
Subject: PhD Position, Numerical Analysis & Scientific Computing, Birmingham, UK

Applications are invited for a PhD position in numerical analysis and
scientific computing at the University of Birmingham, UK to start in
September 2019.

The PhD project concerns numerical solution of PDE problems with
parametric or uncertain inputs. It will focus on developing novel
algorithms that combine state-of-the-art adaptive techniques for
building approximations and resolving local features of solutions with
machine learning techniques for efficient sampling.  Research work on
the project will involve rigorous mathematical analysis and
implementation of the developed algorithms as well as extensive
numerical experimentation.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly-motivated graduate with
a 1st class degree in Mathematics or a closely related discipline with
strong mathematical component (Master's level or equivalent).  A solid
background in numerical analysis of PDEs and excellent programming
skills are required.

For more information about the project, entry requirements and how to
apply, see

To be considered for the college or EPSRC scholarship, the
applications must be received before the deadline: 12 noon GMT on 31st
January 2019.

Informal inquiries can be directed to Alex Bespalov,
e-mail: [log in to unmask]


From: Martin Grepl [log in to unmask]
Date: December 12, 2018
Subject: PhD Position, RWTH Aachen and Philips Research Eindhoven

A PhD position is available in the project 'ElectroPos', which is part
of an EU Marie Curie training network (EID) with Philips Research and
RWTH Aachen as partners. You will be enrolled in a 3-year doctoral
program at the RWTH Aachen University.

ElectroPros is an interdisciplinary training and research project that
brings together insights of different disciplines to enable the
development of Electroporation-based therapies to the leading method
for deep-seated tumors in cancer care.

For more information, see


From: Jochen Schuetz [log in to unmask]
Date: December 17, 2018
Subject: PhD Position, Scientific Computing/Numerical Analysis

The computational mathematics group @ UHasselt is seeking a (m/f) PhD
student on "Efficient numerical solver for the
Cahn-Hilliard/Navier-Stokes system"

The position deals with the development and the analysis of an
efficient, high-fidelity solver that can cope with the fully coupled
Cahn-Hilliard/Navier-Stokes equations. This highly nonlinear system of
partial differential equations stems from the modelling of two
interacting fluids. The research will be carried out in the
Computational Mathematics (CMAT) group at UHasselt
(, in very close collaboration with SimTech at
the University of Stuttgart. It is envisioned that the doctoral
student spends some time in Stuttgart.

More information:
or contact me via [log in to unmask]


From: Lars Elden [log in to unmask]
Date: December 17, 2018
Subject: Contents, BIT Numerical Mathematics, 58 (4)

Volume 58, Issue 4, December 2018

Multiple orthogonal polynomials applied to matrix function evaluation,
Hessah Alqahtani, Lothar Reichel

An accelerated Poisson solver based on multidomain spectral
discretization,	Tracy Babb, Adrianna Gillman, Sijia Hao, Per-Gunnar

Weak convergence of Galerkin approximations for fractional elliptic,
stochastic PDEs with spatial white noise David Bolin, Kristin
Kirchner, Mihaly Kovacs

Backward error analysis of polynomial approximations for computing the
action of the matrix exponential, Marco Caliari, Peter Kandolf, Franco

Exact formulae and matrix-less eigensolvers for block banded symmetric
Toeplitz matrices, Sven-Erik Ekstrom, Isabella Furci, Stefano

Energy behaviour of the Boris method for charged-particle dynamics,
Ernst Hairer, Christian Lubich

On the spectral problem for trivariate functions, Behnam Hashemi, Yuji

Stochastic discrete Hamiltonian variational integrators, Darryl
D. Holm, Tomasz M. Tyranowski

Regular solutions of DAE hybrid systems and regularization techniques,
Peter Kunkel, Volker Mehrmann

The randomized Kaczmarz method with mismatched adjoint,	Dirk
A. Lorenz, Sean Rose, Frank Schopfer

Asymptotic quadratic convergence of the parallel block-Jacobi EVD
algorithm with dynamic ordering for Hermitian matrices, Gabriel Oksa,
Yusaku Yamamoto, Martin Becka, Marian Vajtersic

On the zero-stability of multistep methods on smooth nonuniform grids,
Gustaf Soderlind, Imre Fekete, Istvan Farago

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