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NADIGEST June 2019, Week 1

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NA Digest, V. 19, # 22

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Subject: NA Digest, V. 19, # 22

NA Digest  Sunday, June 02, 2019  Volume 19 : Issue 22

Today's Editor:

	Daniel M. Dunlavy
	Sandia National Labs
	[log in to unmask]

Today's Topics:

	Numerical Relativity, UK, Sep-Oct 2019
	pyMOR School, Germany, Oct 2019
	Numerical methods and HPC for industrial applications, France, Dec 2019
	Associate/ Full Professorship, Optimal Control Theory, Univ of Witwatersrand
	Associate/Full Professorship Positions, NA, Univ of Witwatersrand
	Postdoc Position, Numerical Methods for Viscoelastic Flows
	Postdoc Position, Reinforcement Learning, Montreal, Canada
	PhD Position, Digital Twins 
	PhD Positions, Mathematics, Warwick
	Contents, Evolution Equations and Control Theory, 8 (3)

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From: Douglas N Arnold [log in to unmask]
Date: June 02, 2019
Subject: Numerical Relativity, UK, Sep-Oct 2019

Application deadline is June 23 for a workshop on structure-preserving
numerical methods and numerical relativity at the Isaac Newton
Institute in Cambridge, UK.

Workshop title: Structure Preservation and General Relativity
Venue: Isaac Newton Institute, University of Cambridge, UK
Dates: September 30 - October 4, 2019
Web page: https://www.newton.ac.uk/event/gcsw02

The workshop is part of a larger program at the institute called
"Geometry, compatibility and structure preservation in computational
differential equations".

Applications are now being accepted for participation in the workshop
at the URL above.  A list of confirmed participants and a description
of the workshop themes can be found there as well.  It is possible to
request funding and/or the possibility of a presentation on the
application form.


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From: Petar Mlinaric [log in to unmask]
Date: May 31, 2019
Subject: pyMOR School, Germany, Oct 2019

We are very happy to invite you to the first pyMOR School, which will
take place from 7-11 October 2019 at the Max Planck Institute for
Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg, Germany.
https://school.pymor.org

This school is targeted at anyone interested to apply model order
reduction in their work using pyMOR (https://pymor.org). The school
will consist of both introductory lectures to model order reduction
and pyMOR as well as programming sessions. Participants are encouraged
to bring their own problems to work on. Basic knowledge of Python and
packages from the SciPy stack (NumPy, SciPy, matplotlib) is assumed.
For participants without any prior experience with Python, we have
linked introductory material on the school homepage.
https://school.pymor.org/agenda

You can register by email before 31 August 2019. For details, see:
https://school.pymor.org/register

Website: https://school.pymor.org
Contact: [log in to unmask]

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From: Ani Anciaux-Sedrakian [log in to unmask]
Date: May 29, 2019
Subject: Numerical methods and HPC for industrial applications, France, Dec 2019

SimRace 2019. Call for papers! Submit your abstract before 11 June.

Numerical methods and HPC for industrial applications
Rueil-Malmaison (near Paris) - France, 4-6 December 2019

For designing or improving industrial systems and processes, there is
today an increasing need for faster and more accurate simulations. The
objectives of SimRace 2019 are to share and discuss, in a
multidisciplinary vision, mathematical models, numerical methods and
computational techniques for solving complex problems in fluid and
solid mechanics.

SimRace 2019 offers the opportunity to mix HPC and numerical analysis
worlds in a synergistic way, bringing together scientists and
engineers and providing a melting pot of ideas and views between
researchers, developers and end-users.

SimRace 2019 is the place to be for exchanging knowledge at the
forefront of progress in both fields, with a special focus on:
- Model coupling (FSI, THM, CHT)
- Numerical methods and algorithms in science and engineering
  (numerical schemes, reduced basis, highly scalable solvers)
- A posteriori error estimation and adaptivity
- HPC, data and AI
- Parallel programming and languages for exascale applications
  (challenging exaflopic applications using or not DSL, EDSL,
  DataFlow)
- Parallel numerical methods for multi-core and GPU based systems

Keynotes already confirmed: Alexandre Ern, Univ. Paris-Est,
CERMICS-ENPC & INRIA, France; Francisco Chinesta, Ecole nationale
superieure des Arts et Metiers, France; Ulrich Rude,
Friedrich-Alexander-Univ. Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany; Mary Wheeler,
ICES-Univ. of Texas, USA; Pedro valero, Barcelona Supercomputing
Center, Spain; Marc Schoenauer, Inria, France


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From: MONTAZ ALI [log in to unmask]
Date: June 01, 2019
Subject: Associate/ Full Professorship, Optimal Control Theory, Univ of Witwatersrand

UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND, JOHANNESBURG, FACULTY OF SCIENCE
School of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/FULL PROFESSOR (OPTIMAL CONTROL THEORY)

Description: The School of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
undertakes high-quality research in a wide variety of areas and is
home to several NRF rated scientists. In the domain of Applied
Mathematics the School's main research areas include symmetry methods
of differential equations, mathematical modelling, control theory,
optimization, numerical analysis and fluid mechanics. Furthermore,
research areas are in mathematics of finance, which include but not
limited to portfolio optimization, risk management, risk measurement,
stochastic processes in finance and interested rate modelling.  We
seek applicants with research and teaching experience in the area of
optimal control theory.  Qualifications: For Associate Professor:
Applicants must hold a doctorate in non-linear optimal control theory,
optimal control of partial differential equations (PDEs), or other
applied areas of control theory and have a minimum of five years
teaching experience at a tertiary institution and must submit a
teaching potfolio.  Furthermore, the incumbent must have a sustained
research record and publications in recognised journals and or
scholarly books and experience in postgraduate supervision. The South
African National Research Foundation rating is an advantage (if
available). For Full Professor: Applicants must hold a doctorate in in
non-linear optimal control theory, optimal control of partial
differential equations (PDEs), or other applied areas of control
theory and have a minimum of ten years teaching experience at a
tertiary institution.  The candidate must have an international
reputation or, in exceptional and appropriate circumstances, a high
national reputation. The South African National Research Foundation
rating is an advantage (if available). The following factors will be
taken into account, (i) teaching ability and experience as evidenced
by a teaching portfolio, (ii) intellectual leadership, (iii)
management and leadership skills, (iv) participation in scientific or
professional activities and (v) evidence of a distinguished research
profile including postgraduate supervision.  Duties: The successful
applicant will be expected to teach nonlinear optimal control theory
at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, supervise and/or
co-supervise postgraduate students, participate in academic
administration and develop a productive research programme.

Applications to either Associate Professor or Full Professor: Submit a
covering letter accompanied by a detailed updated curriculum vitae,
NRF rating (if available), description of research interests, a
teaching portfolio, certified copies of all educational qualifications
and identity document with names and e-mail addresses of three
referees.  To apply: External applicants are invited to apply by
registering their profile on the Wits i-Recruitment platform located
at https://irec.wits.ac.za and submitting applications. Internal
employees are invited to apply directly on Oracle by following the
path: iWits /Self Service application/"Apply for a job".

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From: MONTAZ ALI [log in to unmask]
Date: June 01, 2019
Subject: Associate/Full Professorship Positions, NA, Univ of Witwatersrand

UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND, JOHANNESBURG, FACULTY OF SCIENCE
School of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/FULL PROFESSOR (NUMERICAL ANALYSIS)

Description: The School of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
undertakes high-quality research in a wide variety of areas and is
home to several NRF rated scientists. In the domain of Applied
Mathematics the School's main research areas include symmetry methods
of differential equations, mathematical modelling, control theory,
optimization, numerical analysis and fluid mechanics. Furthermore,
research areas are in mathematics of finance, which include but not
limited to portfolio optimization, risk management, risk measurement,
stochastic processes in finance and interested rate modelling. We seek
applicants with research and teaching experience in the area of
numerical analysis or computational techniques.  Qualifications: For
Associate Professor: Applicants must hold a doctorate in numerical
analysis and have a minimum of five years teaching experience at a
tertiary institution.  Furthermore, the incumbent must have a
sustained research record and publications in recognised journal and
or scholarly books. Further, evidence of postgraduate supervision is a
necessary.  The South African National Research Foundation rating is
advantageous (if available). For Full Professor: Applicants must hold
a doctorate in numerical analysis and have a minimum of ten years
teaching experience at a tertiary institution.  The candidate must
have an international reputation or, in exceptional and appropriate
circumstances, a high national reputation. The South African National
Research Foundation rating is advantageous (if available). The
following factors will be taken into account, (i) teaching ability and
experience as evidenced by a teaching portfolio, (ii) intellectual
leadership (iii) management and leadership skills, (iv) participation
in scientific or professional activities and (v) evidence of a
distinguished research profile including postgraduate
supervision. Duties: The successful applicant will be expected to
teach numerical analysis at undergraduate and postgraduate levels,
supervise and/or co-supervise postgraduate students, participate in
academic administration and develop a productive research programme.
Applications: Submit a covering letter accompanied by a detailed
updated curriculum vitae, NRF rating (if available), description of
research interests, a teaching portfolio, certified copies of all
educational qualifications and identity document , and names and
e-mail addresses of three referees.

To apply: External applicants are invited to apply by registering
their profile on the Wits i-Recruitment platform located at
https://irec.wits.ac.za and submitting applications. Internal
employees are invited to apply directly on Oracle by following the
path: iWits /Self Service application/"Apply for a job". Application
Deadline for all positions is 21st June

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From: shahriar afkhami [log in to unmask]
Date: June 01, 2019
Subject: Postdoc Position, Numerical Methods for Viscoelastic Flows

A postdoc position related to viscoelastic two-phase flows will be
available at the New Jersey Institute of Technology Department of
Mathematical Sciences. The research is funded by the American Chemical
Society Petroleum Research Fund and will involve developing accurate
and robust numerical methods for viscoelastic flows and special
computational algorithms capable of coupling the solution of the
continuum equations to microscopic models. The appointment is
initially for one year.

Candidates should have a demonstrated experience in code development
for multiphase flows, including interface tracking methods on adaptive
meshes, a good knowledge of parallel programming and high-performance
computing, and proficiency in C and/or C++ languages and Linux
operating systems. Other desired experiences include knowledge of the
volume-of-fluid and/or immersed boundary methods, parallel programming
with CUDA, and machine learning CFD. For consideration, please email
your CV, including the list of publications and the names of at least
two references, and a brief statement of interest to
[log in to unmask]


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From: Denault, Michel [log in to unmask]
Date: May 29, 2019
Subject: Postdoc Position, Reinforcement Learning, Montreal, Canada

Post-Doctoral Fellowship on
Reinforcement Learning for Hydropower

A post-doctoral fellowship is offered in the field of reinforcement
learning applied to hydropower optimization.  The position is fully
funded by an IVADO research grant. The fellow will work under the
guidance of Pascal Cote, RioTinto; Michel Denault, HEC Montreal; and
Dominique Orban, Polytechnique Montreal. All are members of the GERAD
research center.

The candidate is expected to hold a Ph.D.  in applied math, operations
research, computer science, engineering or a closely-related
field. Excellent coding skills, a proven capacity to carry independent
research, strong experience in mathematical programming (especially
reinforcement learning), excellent verbal and written communication
skills in English or French, are all important criteria. Experience
with hydropower is an asset but not required.

Conditions and application: see the full description at
https://www.gerad.ca/en/emplois


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From: Kees Oosterlee [log in to unmask]
Date: June 01, 2019
Subject: PhD Position, Digital Twins 

Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI), in Amsterdam, the Netherlands,
has a vacancy for a talented PhD student, on the subject of digital
twins to understand flow in pipelines.

In the context of an intensive cooperation between research groups in
the Netherlands (CWI, Amsterdam, Shell in Amsterdam) and in India
(IISc Bangalore, Shell Bangalore), we are hiring a PhD student in the
Netherlands. This work is based on advanced deep learning, detailed
computational fluid dynamics, and the incorporation of sensor data in
flow solvers.

The preferred excellent candidate has a Master's degree with a solid
background in computational fluid dynamics, and experience in, or high
interest in, neural networks and machine learning
algorithms. Preferable qualifications for candidates include proven
research talent, an excellent command of English, and good academic
writing and presentation skills.

The terms of employment are in accordance with the Dutch Collective
Labour Agreement for Research Centres.

Applications can be sent before 25 June 2019 to [log in to unmask] The
start of the position is per 1 September 2019.  All applications
should include a detailed resume, motivation letter, list of your MSc
courses and grades, copy of your Master's thesis and preferably a list
of publications. For residents outside the EER-area, a Toefl English
language test might be required.  For more information about the
vacancy, please contact prof. Cornelis Oosterlee, email
[log in to unmask]


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From: Charles Elliott [log in to unmask]
Date: May 29, 2019
Subject: PhD Positions, Mathematics, Warwick

There is a small number of fully funded 4 year PhD studentships for EU
(including UK) students available across Mathematics for entry October
2019. Details on research areas, supervisors and how to apply may be
found at https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/maths/postgrad/prospective/

Prospective candidates should contact [log in to unmask]

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From: Irena Lasiecka [log in to unmask]
Date: June 01, 2019
Subject: Contents, Evolution Equations and Control Theory, 8 (3)

The new issue EECT [Evolution Equations and Control Theory] vol. 8-3
September 2019 regular issue is now online.
https://www.aimsciences.org/journal/A0000-0000/2019/8/3
Volume 8 Number 3 September 2019

CONTENTS

Minzilia A. Sagadeeva, Sophiya A. Zagrebina and Natalia A. Manakova,
Optimal control of solutions of a multipoint initial-nal problem for
non- Cautonomous evolutionary Sobolev type equation

Marco Campo, Josproblem involving a coupled suspension bridge system:
Numerical analysis and computational experiments

Marcelo M. Disconzi and Igor Kukavica, A priori estimates for the 3D
com-pressible free-boundary Euler equations with surface tension in
the case of a liquid

Nicolas Forcadel and Mamdouh Zaydan, A comparison principle for
Hamilton-Jacobi equation with moving in time boundary

Mamoru Okamoto, Asymptotic behavior of solutions to a higher-order
KdV-type equation with critical nonlinearity

Elimhan N. Mahmudov, Optimal control of evolution differential
operators

Nikolaos S. Papageorgiou, Vicentiu D. Radulescu and Dusan D. Repovs,
Periodic solutions for implicit evolution inclusions

Klaus-Jochen Engel and Marjeta Kramar Fijavz, Waves and diffusion on
metric graphs with general vertex conditions

Vittorino Pata, Two questions arising in the theory of attractors

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