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NADIGEST December 2022, Week 3


NA Digest, V. 22, # 41


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Subject: NA Digest, V. 22, # 41

NA Digest  Wednesday, December 21, 2022  Volume 22 : Issue 41

Today's Editor:

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

Today's Topics:

    Release of librsb, Sparse BLAS Software Library
    Second Release of Tensorlab+
    ADIA Lab Seminar Series, ONLINE, Starting Jan 2023
    preCICE Workshop, Germany, Feb 2023
    Computational Science and Engineering, Germany, Mar 2023
    Mathematics of Operational Research, UK, Apr 2023
    Num Meth, Layer Phenomena, Czech Republic, May 2023
    Mathematical and Scientific Machine Learning, USA, Jun 2023
    NUMTA2023, Italy, Jun 2023
    Simula Summer School, Norway/USA, Jun/Aug 2023
    IFORS 2023, Chile, Jul 2023
    Numerical Analysis of Nonlinear PDEs, Germany, Jul 2023
    OpenFOAM Workshop, HYBRID/Italy, Jul 2023
    MOPTA Conference, USA, Aug 2023
    Faculty Position, Comp and Applied Math, Idaho State Univ
    University Assistant Position, Univ of Graz, Austria
    Postdoc Position, Inverse Problems, Univ of Edinburgh
    Postdoc Position, North Carolina State Univ
    Postdoc Position, PDE-Optimization and UQ, NYU-Courant
    Postdoc Position, Rand LA for Scientific Computing, UK
    Postdoc Position, Scientific Computing, Univ of Bath, UK
    Postdoc Positions, GSSI, Italy
    Postdoc Positions, NA/Ice Sheet Modelling, Stockholm Univ
    Postdoc Positions, PDE-Constrained Optim, Wits Univ, South Africa
    PhD Positions, NA, TUM & Tubingen, Germany
    CFP, Special Issue, Global Optimization, Math Prog B
    Contents, Adv. Comput. Math. (ACOM), 48 (6)

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Submissions for NA Digest:


From: Michele Martone [log in to unmask]
Date: December 20, 2022
Subject: Release of librsb, Sparse BLAS Software Library

Version of the "librsb" library for high performance sparse
matrix computations based on the "Recursive Sparse Blocks" (RSB)
format is out and available for download.

librsb is mainly for iterative methods implementors; it features cache
efficient, multithreaded sparse matrix-vector multiplication, and it
is especially fast in the symmetric and transposed variants.  Many
options and further matrix operations are available.

Both Sparse BLAS and the own interfaces are supported (C/C++,
Fortran).  You can also use librsb transparently in a Matlab-style
fashion via the GNU Octave `sparsersb` package and command, or in
Python via the `pyrsb.rsb_matrix` class inspired by `scipy.sparse`

This minor release has fixes for various compilers, Windows, or 32-bit

Full changes list on

The source code of librsb is LGPLv3 licensed.

Website for librsb and sparsersb:
Sources of PyRSB:


From: Lieven De Lathauwer [log in to unmask]
Date: December 16, 2022
Subject: Second Release of Tensorlab+

It is our pleasure to announce the second release of Tensorlab+.

Tensorlab+ is a reproducible research repository for tensor
computations, built on top of Tensorlab. It can be downloaded from The second release provides support for
10 additional papers. The new code can be downloaded per paper or,
alternatively, can be obtained by downloading the full repository.

In total, Tensorlab+ now allows one to recreate the results of 220+
experiments that are discussed in 44 papers, thus allowing the
reproduction of 250+ figures and tables, and it includes 42 tutorials
and demos.

The code is free to use for non-commercial research. We hope that you
will find it useful and welcome all suggestions and feedback.


From: Jack Dongarra [log in to unmask]
Date: December 20, 2022
Subject: ADIA Lab Seminar Series, ONLINE, Starting Jan 2023

I recently joined the Advisory Board for ADIA Lab
(, the independent research institution
engaged in basic and applied research in Data Science, Artificial
Intelligence, Machine Learning, and High-Performance and Quantum
Computing.  The ADIA Lab Seminar Series will launch in January, with a
talk from Prof. Marcos Lopez de Prado titled "Can Factor Investing
Become Scientific?" on 12 January 2023. The Series aims to cover a
broad range of topics related to data and computationally-intensive
disciplines, with further events to be announced on an ongoing basis.

For those interested in attending, details on this first seminar in
the series can be found on this link:


From: Kyle Davis [log in to unmask]
Date: December 16, 2022
Subject: preCICE Workshop, Germany, Feb 2023

It is with great excitement to announce the 4th preCICE Workshop will
be held in-person, taking place from February 13th - 16th at the
Technical University of Munich, Germany.

In the three (core) days of the Workshop, we plan to have talks by
users and developers of the preCICE coupling library, presenting
challenging applications, latest features, as well as the
foundations. The final day consists of direct user-support.

We are looking for talks focusing on coupling aspects that can be
transferred among different application fields, preCICE adapters, and
more preCICE-related topics. The allocated time is not yet fixed, but
will vary between 15-25 minutes. Work in progress? Your talk is also
welcome! Please submit a short abstract by January 9th at

For a preliminary schedule is available on the website, while
registration is now open. Early bird registration ends 9th January,
and late registration by 30 January.


From: Malte Braack [log in to unmask]
Date: December 21, 2022
Subject: Computational Science and Engineering, Germany, Mar 2023

We invite for participation and abstract submission to the Workshop on
Computational Science and Engineering 2023 (CSE 2023).

The workshop takes place in March 20 to 22, 2023 in Gross-Schwansee

Invited speaker:
- Fleurianne Bertrand (University of Twente - Netherlands)
- Stefan Frei (University of Konstanz - Germany)
- Carmen Graessle (Technical University Braunschweig - Germany)



From: Pamela Bye [log in to unmask]
Date: December 20, 2022
Subject: Mathematics of Operational Research, UK, Apr 2023

27-28 April 2023
Conference Aston, Birmingham

Building on the success of the three previous conferences held in
2017, 2019, and 2021 this conference will aim to draw together the
considerable community of researchers and practitioners who
use/develop innovative mathematics, relevant to the applications and
theory of Operational Research. The conference will showcase
activities from across OR, and will welcome both contributions which
have a clear application focus as well as those which are
theoretically driven.  Contributions will be expected to showcase both
Mathematics and OR.  The conference will host plenaries from leading
international experts, sessions of themed talks, as well as poster
sessions, and provide plenty of opportunities for networking.

Invited Speakers: Nira Chamberlain (SNC-Lavalin Group Inc); Joerg
Fliege (University of Southampton); Paul Harper (Cardiff University);
Julie Bennell (University of Leeds)

Registration is now open via

Call for Posters: Papers will be considered for the conference based
on a 300 word abstract for poster presentation. Posters are encouraged
particularly from PhD students, and a prize for the best poster
presentation will be awarded. Abstracts should be submitted by Friday
3 February 2023 via

For further information or to register your interest, please contact
the Conferences Department: [log in to unmask]


From: Petr Knobloch [log in to unmask]
Date: December 14, 2022
Subject: Num Meth, Layer Phenomena, Czech Republic, May 2023

19th Workshop on Numerical Methods for Problems with Layer Phenomena
(also known as "Limerick workshop") will take place at Charles
University, Prague, Czech Republic, 25-27 May 2023.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together people, in the
mathematics and general scientific community, who have particular
interests in the development and applications of numerical methods for
problems that exhibit layer phenomena, such as boundary and interior
layers in fluid flow and other applications.

Deadline for registration and abstract submission: 15 April 2023 An
early registration (possibly with a later abstract submission) will be
much appreciated.  There is no registration fee.

Web page:


From: Marta D'Elia [log in to unmask]
Date: December 15, 2022
Subject: Mathematical and Scientific Machine Learning, USA, Jun 2023

The next MSML conference (June 5-9, 2023) will be hosted by ICERM.
Submission for contributed posters/talks is now open and will stay
open until February 10, 2023!

We're looking forward to receiving your submissions! Sign up by
completing the form at:

Note that poster presentations require in-person
attendance. Notification of acceptance will be sent out in March 2023.


From: Dmitri Kvasov [log in to unmask]
Date: December 20, 2022
Subject: NUMTA2023, Italy, Jun 2023

The 4th International Conference and Summer School "Numerical
Computations: Theory and Algorithms NUMTA-2023" will be held from 14
to 20 June 2023 in Calabria, Italy, at the all-inclusive resort "Tui
Magic Life Calabria" on the Tyrrhenian coast and close to the Lamezia
Terme international airport:

Proposals for special sessions are very welcome (deadline: 31 January

Confirmed plenary lecturers: Luigi Brugnano (Italy), Lou D'Alotto
(USA), Renato De Leone (Italy), Kalyanmoy Deb (USA), Francesca Mazzia
(Italy), Panos Pardalos (USA), Witold Pedrycz (Canada), Yaroslav
Sergeyev (Italy).

The conference proceedings will be published in the Springer LNCS
series (submission will open in January 2023). Special issues of
highly cited international journals will also be organized.

Information is continuously updated on the conference website where details of the three previous editions
(2019, 2016 and 2013) of this conference are available.


From: Kimberly McCabe [log in to unmask]
Date: December 13, 2022
Subject: Simula Summer School, Norway/USA, Jun/Aug 2023

The 2023 edition of the Simula Summer School in Computational
Physiology is now open for applications! We will emphasize practical
model building focused on electrophysiology and mechanics in the
excitable tissue space, extending through the various physiological
scales from protein to tissue. Students will also participate in an
intensive writing workshop with Nature editors to learn valuable
skills in writing and publishing scientific papers, culminating in
student reports to be published in an edition of Simula SpringerBriefs
on Computing.

We are currently seeking master's and early doctoral students to
participate, and will accept applications until February 14th 2023.

The initial series of lectures will be hosted by Simula in Oslo,
Norway (June 19th- 30th), and will be followed by project work, a
workshop in scientific writing skills, guest lectures and final
student presentations hosted by the University of California San Diego
(August 7th-15th).

Simula offers travel and accommodation grants to all accepted
applicants.  These grants are designed to cover major costs associated
with travel to/from Oslo and/or San Diego (up to a combined maximum of
16000 NOK).

Details regarding scheduling, logistics, core scientific material, and
the application process can be found through our online call for
participation at


From: Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber [log in to unmask]
Date: December 13, 2022
Subject: IFORS 2023, Chile, Jul 2023

IFORS 2023
23rd IFORS Triennial Conference
Santiago, Chile, July 10 - 14, 2023

You are invited to take part in the 23rd IFORS Triennial Conference in
Santiago, Chile, on July 10 - 14, 2023.  All accepted and presented
abstracts will be published online as a monograph with ISBN / DOI
identifier numbers.

Please visit the conference website for more
general information.

Researchers, academics, practitioners, and students in any branch of
operational research, mathematical modelling, data analytics, or
economic analysis are invited to submit abstracts or organize
sessions.  The list of clusters and cluster chairs is available in the
submission system.  No participant can present more than one paper at
the conference.  Abstract submission system is available online at: .  Abstracts must be
written in English with a maximum of 2500 characters; submission
deadline: March 15, 2023. Researchers who wish to organize a session
or contribute with an abstract within a cluster should contact one of
the chairs of the corresponding cluster.


From: Mira Schedensack [log in to unmask]
Date: December 16, 2022
Subject: Numerical Analysis of Nonlinear PDEs, Germany, Jul 2023

The Summer School on Numerical Analysis of Nonlinear PDEs in Leipzig
with Soren Bartels (U Freiburg) and Max Jensen (UCL, London) as
speakers will take place from 19. to 21. July 2023 at U Leipzig,
Germany (introductory "pre-school" on 18. July).

Registration is free but mandatory. All relevant information can be
found under


From: Fabio Di Benedetto [log in to unmask]
Date: December 19, 2022
Subject: OpenFOAM Workshop, HYBRID/Italy, Jul 2023

The OpenFOAM Workshop is the longest running conference on CFD with
OpenFOAM ( Since 2006, the Workshop is scheduled
each year. Past workshops have been held at locations around the world
and have been attended by OpenFOAM users and developers from all
continents. The central part of the Workshop is the multi-day
conference, where presentations and posters on industrial applications
and academic research are shown. In addition, one full day is reserved
for training sessions, where experienced OpenFOAM instructors give
hands-on tutorials for all levels of experience with OpenFOAM. A
community day offers the possibility to meet people with similar areas
of interest in "birds- of-a-feather" sessions and work-group
meetings. The OpenFOAM Workshop thus provides a unique opportunity to
connect and share experience with other OpenFOAM users.

The 18th OpenFOAM workshop will be held in Genoa, Italy, from 11 to 14
July 2023, at the Polytechnic School of the University of
Genoa,organized by the Department of Civil, Chemical and Environmental
Engineering (DICCA), with the collaboration of Wolf Dynamics.  The
workshop is organized as a hybrid event, online and in-person
participation is possible. But we hope to meet you personally in
Genoa, where we are going to offer you a unique experience being
immersed in the largest historical center in Europe, one step away
from the Ligurian Riviera.

For more information visit the following link,


From: Tommaso Giovannelli [log in to unmask]
Date: December 18, 2022
Subject: MOPTA Conference, USA, Aug 2023

The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) at Lehigh
University invites you to contribute to the Modeling and Optimization:
Theory and Applications (MOPTA) 2023 Conference, which will take place
at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA on August 16-18,
2023 (

Wisconsin-Madison), Omar Ghattas (The University of Texas at Austin),
Julie Simmons Ivy (North Carolina State University), Stefanie Jegelka
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Fatma Kilinc-Karzan (Carnegie
Mellon University), Xiaodi Wu (University of Maryland), Wotao Yin
(Alibaba Group US)

SESSIONS: Abstracts for contributed talks, invited talks, and poster
presentations are now being accepted. For more details, visit

the 15th AIMMS/MOPTA Optimization Modeling Competition will be posted
in January 2023. For more details about the competition, visit

- Abstract Deadline: Monday, May 29, 2023
- Early Registration Deadline: Monday, June 12, 2023 (All speakers
  must register by this date)
- Registration Deadline: Friday, August 11, 2023 (Only on-site
  registration is allowed after this date)


From: Yunrong Zhu [log in to unmask]
Date: December 19, 2022
Subject: Faculty Position, Comp and Applied Math, Idaho State Univ

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Idaho State University
invites applications for two tenure-track positions to begin in August
2023.  These are part of a strategic cluster of hires over the next
couple of years focused on serving the educational needs of our
diverse student population.

The first is a position at the Assistant Professor level or a tenured
position at the Associate Professor level; this position is in the
general area of Computational and Applied Mathematics, including but
not limited to Data Science (including Machine Learning), Statistics,
or Computational Science. Preference will be given to candidates with
demonstrated ability to mentor undergraduate and graduate students on
projects from BIG (Business, Industry, Government).  Priority
deadline: 1/13/23

The second is an Assistant Professor position in Mathematics
Education.  We are particularly interested in candidates with research
experience in undergraduate math education (RUME) focused on teaching
and learning in the first-two-year courses.  Priority deadline: 1/9/23

Visit for more information
on both positions, and to apply.


From: Melanie Moser [log in to unmask]
Date: December 14, 2022
Subject: University Assistant Position, Univ of Graz, Austria

At the University of Graz, researchers and students work across a
broad disciplinary spectrum to enlarge our knowledge, and find
strategies to deal with challenges our society is confronted with and
to shape tomorrow's world. The University of Graz is a place which
combines high quality academic research and teaching, where
achievement is rewarded, careers are promoted, and social diversity is
encouraged -- all within a modern, award-winning working
environment. Our motto: We work for tomorrow. Join us!

The Institute of Mathematics and Scientific Computing is looking for a

University Assistant with doctorate (m/f/d)
40 hours a week
fixed-term employment for 6 years
position to be filled as of now

Further details:


From: Aretha Teckentrup [log in to unmask]
Date: December 15, 2022
Subject: Postdoc Position, Inverse Problems, Univ of Edinburgh

A postdoc position is available in the School of Mathematics at the
University of Edinburgh, with starting date between April 1st and
October 1st 2023.

Application deadline is 5pm UK time on January 9th 2023.

More information on the position, and the application portal, are
available at the following link:

The topic of the research is generally Bayesian inverse problems and
surrogate/reduced order models, but is somewhat flexible and could
include MCMC (e.g. delayed acceptance and pseudo-marginal methods),
Gaussian process regression in high dimensions (sparse grids/QMC
points, weighted kernels), deep Gaussian processes, or theoretical
foundations of randomised surrogate models and variance inflation.

I'm happy to answer any questions by email.


From: Arvind Saibaba [log in to unmask]
Date: December 18, 2022
Subject: Postdoc Position, North Carolina State Univ

We are seeking candidates for a postdoctoral position to work with
Prof. Arvind Saibaba ( at North
Carolina State University on a DOE-funded project. The project is
joint with MIT and Argonne and is on Randomized algorithms for
Bayesian Inverse Problems. The application is through mathjobs
( The job posting has details about
the position and the requirements. Please direct any inquiries related
to the position to [log in to unmask]


From: Georg Stadler [log in to unmask]
Date: December 18, 2022
Subject: Postdoc Position, PDE-Optimization and UQ, NYU-Courant

Seeking candidates for two postdoc positions at the Courant Institute,
New York University. Research topics of interest include
PDE-constrained optimization under uncertainty, Bayesian inference,
large-scale PDE solvers and scientific ML. Two positions in
collaboration with application scientists are available:

1) A position on sea-ice modeling and data assimilation as part of a
  multi-institutional collaboration (see

2) A position aiming at optimization of magnetic fields for fusion in
  a multi-institutional collaboration
  ( There is also the
  possibility to collaborate with a fusion startup.

Applicants should indicate which project they are most interested in
and apply here: The start date is
flexible and the initial appointment will be for one year with the
possibility of extensions depending on performance and funding.  For
inquiries, please send an email to [log in to unmask]


From: Nick Polydorides [log in to unmask]
Date: December 17, 2022
Subject: Postdoc Position, Rand LA for Scientific Computing, UK

We invite applications for a postdoctoral position within the lab for
Computational imaging and data analytics. The post is immediately
available for a period of 18 months with a further period of 12 months
upon satisfactory performance. The aim of the project is to develop
randomised algorithms for real-time solvers suitable to
high-dimensional parametric PDEs and inverse problems associated with
tomographic imaging. The successful applicant should be able to work
independently and contribute in numerical analysis for computational
PDEs and inverse problems.  Knowledge on random matrix theory and deep
learning for PDEs will be considered an advantage.

Collaborating industries: Nvidia, Seagate Technologies, and GSK.

Apply at:

Deadline: January 30th, 2023.

Further info on our work and informal enquiries at:


From: Eike Mueller [log in to unmask]
Date: December 16, 2022
Subject: Postdoc Position, Scientific Computing, Univ of Bath, UK

We are seeking a creative and broad-skilled Postdoctoral Researcher
with a computational background to work on an interdisciplinary
project to develop exascale codes as part of the ExCALIBUR programme
(see The successful candidate will
contribute to extending the numerical simulation code ExaHyPE with
bespoke multigrid capabilities for the solution of elliptic equations
to drive new science in astrophysics and fluid dynamics.

By working with external academic partners and hardware vendors, the
project will explore both mathematical aspects such as higher-order
discretisations in time and space, and low-level code optimisation to
make optimal use of modern chip architectures. The overall project
will be led by Prof. Tobias Weinzierl (Durham) and this post forms
part of the Bath team led by Dr Eike Mueller.

For further details and to apply (deadline: 15 Jan 2023) please visit

Informal enquiries should be directed to [log in to unmask]


From: Nicola Guglielmi [log in to unmask]
Date: December 14, 2022
Subject: Postdoc Positions, GSSI, Italy

The Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI) is opening postdoctoral
fellowships for research activity in the following fields: Physics,
Mathematics and Computer Science.  DEADLINE December 29,2022, 3pm
(CET). For any question regarding the application procedure please
email [log in to unmask]  APPLICATIONS:

One postdoctoral position funded through the HE_CARDIOTRIALS (CUP
D13C22000870006) project for the ING-IND/06 scientific disciplinary
sector for the following profile: Fully resolved simulations of the
cardiac dynamcs. The successful candidate will study the large and
small scale vortex dynamics occurring in the whole human heart and
investigate how the hemodynamics is modified in impairead conditions.
The scientific coordinator of the activities is Professor Francesco
Viola. Annual gross salary: 45.000,00 Euros (gross amount before
taxes, including taxes owed by the Institution). The duration of the
appointment is 24 months.

Two postdoctoral positions funded through the GSSI funds for the
following profile: Modelsof collective behavior; dynamics on networks;
Pattern analysis; Coherent structures in highdimensional systems;
Analysis of PDEs in classical and non classical Fluid mechanics;
Dispersive PDEs. Mathematical models in Engineering and Biology;
Numerical methods for Partial differential equations and Dynamical
systems; Numerical linear algebra; Machine Learning methods in
computational problems; Stochastic differential equations, stochastic
methods in statistical mechanics, hydrodynamic limits; Dynamical
properties of quantum mechanical systems; Interacting many body
systems; Quantum macroscopic evolution equations; Computational
methods in fluid mechanics and Turbulent flows; High performance
computing. Annual gross salary: 45.000,00 Euros (gross amount before
taxes, including taxes owed by the Institution).  The duration of the
appointment is 24 months.

Applicants willing to apply for the postdoctoral research grants must
hold a PhD degree or an equivalent qualification. The PhD title should
be earned before starting the appointment.  A very good knowledge of
English is required. The applications must be sent to GSSI only by
filling out the online application form at the following and attach all the required
documents. Deadline: December 29, 2022 3PM Italian Time Zone. The
application must include the following documents: a curriculum vitae,
including the complete list of publications; a research statement; up
to three selected publications which will be evaluated
individually. The PhD thesis can be included, since it is considered
as a publication; a valid ID document.


From: Josefin Ahlkrona [log in to unmask]
Date: December 20, 2022
Subject: Postdoc Positions, NA/Ice Sheet Modelling, Stockholm Univ

I am looking for two postdocs to join my group at Stockholm University
Math Department and conduct research in scientific computing and
numerical analysis applied on methods for ice sheet modelling. See
detailed information in the following links:

Postdoc position in Scientific Computing:

Postdoc position in Numerical Analysis:


From: Abas [log in to unmask]
Date: December 15, 2022
Subject: Postdoc Positions, PDE-Constrained Optim, Wits Univ, South Africa

A full-time postdoctoral research fellowship is available in the area
of PDE-Constrained Optimization Problems at the University of the
Witwatersrand, South Africa. The fellowship will enable an outstanding
doctoral graduate to obtain additional experience in research and
innovation. We are specifically looking for an applicant that is
working in PDEs, preferably with a specialization in PDE-Constrained
Optimization Problems. Depending on the candidate's productivity, the
fellowship may be renewed for a few additional years beyond its
initial one-year term.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Must have graduated within the last five years
with a PhD degree in Mathematics with a specialization in PDEs,
preferably specialized in PDE-Constrained Optimization Problems.  Must
have a proven track record in research with at least two papers
(published or accepted) and preferable already some international
network.  Successful applicants must be able to relocate to the
University of the Witwatersrand for the duration of the fellowship.

experience, understanding and knowledge of PDEs and Optimization.
Conduct innovative research in in PDE-Constrained Optimization
Problems.  Maintain publishing in high quality journals and present
work at national and international conferences.  Contribute to the
research productivity of the school and assist in research endeavours
of it, including the organization of workshops and supervision of
postgraduate students.


APPLICATION: Please email the following documents to Prof S.A.
Mohammadi by email: [log in to unmask]: Full CV including a
list of research publications; Full transcript of recent academic
records and copy of doctoral degree certificate and any other relevant
certificate; Copy of ID document (or copy of passport in the case of
foreign applicants).

CLOSING DATE: 31 December 2022

FOR ENQUIRES: Please contact Prof S.A. Mohammadi by email:
[log in to unmask]


From: Diane Clayton-Winter [log in to unmask]
Date: December 16, 2022
Subject: PhD Positions, NA, TUM & Tubingen, Germany

The numerical analysis groups at the University of Tubingen and the
Technical University of Munich (TUM) welcome applications for two PhD
positions (75%, German salary level E13, duration up to four years),
one at each institution but with strong interaction between the two
sites intended.

The DFG funded positions will be co-supervised by Prof. Caroline
Lasser in Munich and Prof. Christian Lubich in Tubingen and are part
of the newly created Collaborative Research Center "Mathematics of
Many Body Quantum Systems and Their Collective Phenomena" between the
LMU and TUM in Munich, and the University of Tubingen.

The research project will focus on numerical methods for quantum many-
body systems, specifically on time integration with gaussian and
tensor- based methods. The PhD students will learn the existing
extensions of the time-dependent variational principle, transfer them
to gaussian and tensor- based approximations, analyse the new methods
and apply them to concrete quantum dynamical systems of interest. This
is a mathematical project: the numerical methods are the object of
research and not just a given tool to be used in applications.

For further details, our requirements and information on the
application procedure, please see:

Review of applications will begin on January 31, 2023. Applications
received after this date will still be considered if the position is
not yet filled.


From: Boglárka G.-Tóth [log in to unmask]
Date: December 13, 2022
Subject: CFP, Special Issue, Global Optimization, Math Prog B

Mathematical Programming, Series B
Special Issue on Global Optimization

Global optimization problems arise in a number of practical and
theoretical fields, where the multimodal nature of nonlinear functions
is not negligible, and where we want to have a good quality solution,
if possible with guarantees that are to be achieved with acceptable
computational complexity. We invite submissions of manuscripts on the
theoretical and computational aspects of global optimization methods,
or on their significant application.

Submitted manuscripts should fit into the general scope of
Mathematical Programming and will be reviewed according to the
standards of the journal. Please submit your manuscript using the MP
style files with a maximum of 25 pages.  See for
submission guidelines, including LaTeX macro files.

The deadline for submission is 31 January 2023. We aim at completing a
first review of all submissions by the 31 March 2023.

Authors should submit their manuscripts via the Editorial Manager at . When submitting, select
article type as "MPB - Special Issues Only", and after uploading your
manuscript, select "Global Optimization" as the "Section/Category".

Please direct questions about the special issue to the guest editors:

Tibor Csendes, [log in to unmask]
Boglarka G.-Toth, [log in to unmask]
Marco Locatelli, [log in to unmask]


From: Alex Barnett [log in to unmask]
Date: December 20, 2022
Subject: Contents, Adv. Comput. Math. (ACOM), 48 (6)

A new framework for polynomial approximation to differential
equations, Luigi Brugnano, Gianluca Frasca-Caccia, Felice Iavernaro,
Vincenzo Vespri. (Open Access)

An O(N) algorithm for computing expectation of N-dimensional truncated
multi-variate normal distribution II: computing moments and sparse
grid acceleration, Chaowen Zheng, Zhuochao Tang, Jingfang Huang,
Yichao Wu

Adaptive machine learning-based surrogate modeling to accelerate
PDE-constrained optimization in enhanced oil recovery, Tim Keil,
Hendrik Kleikamp, Rolf J. Lorentzen, Micheal B. Oguntola, Mario
Ohlberger. (Open Access)

Explicit multivariate approximations from cell-average data, Sergio
Amat, David Levin, Juan Ruiz-Alvarez, Dionisio F. Yanez.  (Open

Simultaneous identification of initial value and source strength in a
transmission problem for a parabolic equation, Shuli Chen, Daijun
Jiang, Haibing Wang

Weighted positive nonlinear finite volume method for dominated
anisotropic diffusive equations, Cindy Guichard, El Houssaine Quenjel

Virtual element method for the quasilinear
convection-diffusion-reaction equation on polygonal meshes,
M. Arrutselvi, E. Natarajan, S. Natarajan

Rectangular eigenvalue problems, Behnam Hashemi, Yuji Nakatsukasa,
Lloyd N. Trefethen. (Open Access)

A theoretical study of a bilateral term with a tensor-based
fourth-order PDE for image super-resolution, El Mourabit Idriss, Amine
Laghrib, Aissam Hadri, Abdelilah Hakim

Nonlocal optimized Schwarz methods for time-harmonic electromagnetics,
Xavier Claeys, Francis Collino, Emile Parolin. (Open Access)

Stable interpolation with exponential-polynomial splines and node
selection via greedy algorithms, R. Campagna, S. De Marchi,
E. Perracchione, G. Santin. (Open Access)

Error analysis for physics-informed neural networks (PINNs)
approximating Kolmogorov PDEs, Tim De Ryck, Siddhartha Mishra. (Open

Sharp error estimate of Grunwald-Letnikov scheme for a multi-term time
fractional diffusion equation, Dewei Cao, Hu Chen

Control strategies for transport networks under demand uncertainty,
Simone Gottlich, Thomas Schillinger. (Open Access)

Error estimates for mixed and hybrid FEM for elliptic optimal control
problems with penalizations, Gilbert Peralta

Approximation of functions from Korobov spaces by deep convolutional
neural networks, Tong Mao, Ding-Xuan Zhou. (Open Access)

Data-driven uncertainty quantification in macroscopic traffic flow
models, Alexandra Wurth, Mickael Binois, Paola Goatin, Simone Gottlich

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