Subject: NA Digest, V. 18, # 26

NA Digest  Sunday, July 01, 2018  Volume 18 : Issue 26

Today's Editor:

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

	Grid Optimization Competition has started
	Optimization, Differential Equations, and Image Analysis, USA, Aug 2018
	Supercomputing (SC18) Doctoral Showcase, USA, Nov 2018
	BGSIAM Annual Meeting, Bulgaria, Dec 2018
	Postdoc Position, Firedrake Finite Element System, Imperial College London
	Postdoc Position, UQ and Multiscale Reservoir Modelling, Univ of Nottingham
	PhD Position, Model Reduction for Bayesian Inversion
	PhD Position, Weighted X-ray transform and applications, RICAM
	Contents, Applied and Computational Mathematics, 17 (2)
	Contents, Proc Institute of Applied Mathematics, 7 (1)

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From: Hans Mittelmann [log in to unmask]
Date: June 25, 2018
Subject: Grid Optimization Competition has started

The ARPA-E unit of the Department of Energy has just started a
competition to solve Optimal Power Flow Problems.

There will be two phases (Challenges), the first one on the security
constrained OPF is expected to run until 8/2019. More information can
be found on the website


From: Philip Gill [log in to unmask]
Date: June 29, 2018
Subject: Optimization, Differential Equations, and Image Analysis, USA, Aug 2018

The Center for Computational Mathematics in the Department of
Mathematics and the Institute of Engineering in Medicine, University
of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California will host a two-day
Summer Workshop on Topics in Optimization, Differential Equations, and
Image Analysis, Thursday August 16-Friday August 17, 2018.

The workshop will feature a series of expository talks by UCSD
postdocs and faculty on the fundamentals of optimization, differential
equations, quantitative image processing, and genomic data
analysis. Topics will include the formulation of advanced optimization
algorithms, numerical methods for solving differential equations,
differential-equation-based image analysis, and data analysis.

The workshop is intended for both undergraduate and graduate
students. Funding is available for travel and lodging.
Underrepresented minorities and women are particularly encouraged to
register for the workshop.  There will be no registration fee.  For
more information and registration, please contact James Ferris at
[log in to unmask], or visit our website at:


From: Sanjukta Bhowmick [log in to unmask]
Date: June 29, 2018
Subject: Supercomputing (SC18) Doctoral Showcase, USA, Nov 2018

We invite submissions for the Doctoral Showcase program for
Supercomputing 2018. Unlike papers and poster presentations, a
Doctoral Showcase poster (called a thesis canvas) highlights the
entire contents of a dissertation, including previously published
results, to allow for a broad perspective of the work. The Doctoral
Showcase provides a unique opportunity for students nearing completion
of their PhD to present a summary of their dissertation research in
the form of talks and posters, and network with prospective employers.

Please see
for details on submissions.

Submissions Close: July 31, 2018
Notifications Sent: August 31, 2018


From: Ivan Georgiev [log in to unmask]
Date: June 27, 2018
Subject: BGSIAM Annual Meeting, Bulgaria, Dec 2018

The 13th Annual Meeting of the Bulgarian SIAM Section will take place
in Sofia, December 18 - 20, 2018. The event will be hosted by the
Institute of Mechanics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

The meeting features four invited speakers, contributed talks and a
poster session.

More information could be found at .


From: David Ham [log in to unmask]
Date: June 26, 2018
Subject: Postdoc Position, Firedrake Finite Element System, Imperial College London

We are looking for a Research Associate (postdoc) to join the
Firedrake core development team Imperial. The Firedrake project brings
a radical new approach to simulation software development. Instead of
painstakingly hand-coding highly sophisticated algorithms one PhD at a
time, Firedrake models the simulation creation process as a sequence
of mathematical abstractions and develops specialised compilers to
automatically translate from one to the next, thereby automatically
generating high performance parallel code from a high-level
specification of the original mathematical problem.

This position represents the opportunity for a computational scientist
to create new abstractions and implementations resulting in new
simulation capability with immediate impact over a diverse user
base. The successful candidate will play an important role in the
heart of the Firedrake project while enjoying considerable freedom to
develop their own programme of computational science research based
around the further development of Firedrake.

For further details, see


From: Matteo Icardi [log in to unmask]
Date: July 01, 2018
Subject: Postdoc Position, UQ and Multiscale Reservoir Modelling, Univ of Nottingham

University of Nottingham, School of Mathematical Sciences, GeoEnergy
Research Centre

Research Associate/Fellow (Fixed-term).  We are looking for a Research
Assistant/Fellow, whose expertise lies in computational modelling of
flow through porous media, to work with with Dr. Matteo Icardi
(Mathematics), and collaborators at the GeoEnergy Research Centre
(Dr. Bagus Muljadi, Dr. Veerle Vandeginste) on the EU H2020 funded
project entitled "SECURe: Subsurface Evaluation Of Carbon Capture And
Storage And Unconventional Risk".  The central aim of the project is
to develop model reduction and data assimilation strategies for porous
media flow models, able to predict and mitigate risks related to the
CCS technologies. We believe that talented and inclusive teams deliver
the highest quality research and are seeking applications from high
quality candidates who enhance the diversity of our existing team.
The School is committed to creating opportunities for people
traditionally under-represented in Mathematical Sciences.

You will be able to carry out duties to the highest standard and to
evidence how through your experience you will:
- Undertake original research of international excellence.
- Develop research objectives and proposals for own and/or
  collaborative research area.
- Prepare papers for publication in leading journals and/or contribute
  to the dissemination at national/international conferences,
  workshops and meetings resulting in successful research outputs.
- Identify opportunities and assist in writing bids for research grant
  applications. Prepare proposals and applications to both external
  and/or internal bodies for funding, contractual or accreditation

This full-time position is available from 1st October 2018 or as soon
as possible thereafter and will be offered on a fixed-term contract
for a period of 24 months, with the possibility of a 12 months
extension dependent on the project budget. Application online at

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr. Matteo Icardi email:
[log in to unmask]  Please note that applications sent
directly to this email address will not be accepted.


From: Tan Bui-Thanh [log in to unmask]
Date: June 29, 2018
Subject: PhD Position, Model Reduction for Bayesian Inversion

The new DFG International Research Training Group (IRTG) 2379 builds
on a unique consortium, at RWTH Aachen University with its Aachen
Institute of Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science, and
at the University of Texas at Austin with its Institute for
Computational Engineering and Sciences. The projects are embedded in
the field of modern inverse problems and introduce a new innovative
perspective into the education of future scientists and engineers.

The advertised position is associated with the project "Model order
reduction for goal-oriented Bayesian inversion," and is advised
jointly by Prof. K. Veroy-Grepl at RWTH Aachen and Prof. T. Bui-Thanh
at UT Austin. In this project, we focus on goal-oriented Bayesian
inversion of problems governed by parametrized partial differential
equations, particularly for applications involving high-dimensional
parameter spaces.

The research goals of this project are:
- Reduction of the computational cost to solve Bayesian inverse
  problems governed by partial differential equations.
- Quantification of the uncertainty caused by the use of surrogate
  reduced-order models.
- Application to large-scale inverse problems with high-dimensional
  parameter spaces, e.g., in the geosciences.

Our offer: The candidate will be a regular employee and must meet
required personal qualifications. This is a full-time position with a
civil service pay scale TV-L E13.  The expected appointment period is
three years starting October 2018.  Full involvement in the IRTG
activities, including joint RWTH-UT colloquia, annual workshops and
schools, and short courses is expected. A six- month research stay at
University of Texas in Austin is part of the training program.
Applications are being reviewed now until the position is filled.

Your profile: Requirement for this position is a master's degree in
computational engineering science, engineering, applied mathematics,
computer science, physics, or a similar subject with a superior
academic record. Practical programming experience in Matlab, Python,
C, or C++ is advantageous. Excellent written and spoken English
language skills are required.

Please send application documents in a single PDF file containing
curriculum vitae, letter of motivation and research interests,
transcript of records, and contact information of at least two
references to [log in to unmask] with the subject "IRTG 2379 -


From: Kamran Sadiq [log in to unmask]
Date: June 29, 2018
Subject: PhD Position, Weighted X-ray transform and applications, RICAM

We announce the opening of one PhD student position available within
the Inverse Problems and Mathematical Imaging group at the Johann
Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in
Linz, Austria. The applicant will work with Dr. Kamran Sadiq in the
framework of the project "Weighted X-ray transform and applications"
funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF.

The PhD position offers excellent opportunities to work in a lively
research environment and collaborate with international experts in the
field of applied mathematics. The position is available from now
on. It will be offered for at least 2 years. We offer a yearly gross
salary of EUR 29.573,60 within a 75% employment (30 hours per week)
for the PhD position.

We are looking for a talented and motivated individual with a solid
background in analysis, partial differential equations, and numerical
applications. The successful candidate will broadly work in topics
relating Inverse Problems with application to imaging sciences.  The
candidate is required to have a Master's degree (or equivalent) in
mathematics or a closely related field with strong background in

Applicants should provide the following information: letter of
motivation, curriculum vitae, record of their university course work
and a PDF file of their master thesis.

Interested candidates are invited to send their application in a
single PDF file directly to [log in to unmask]

The deadline for application is July 30th 2018 or until filled.

The Austrian Academy of Sciences is an equal opportunity employer.

Job location: Johann Radon Institute
Altenberger Strasse 69
4040 Linz


From: Fikret Aliev [log in to unmask]
Date: June 29, 2018
Subject: Contents, Applied and Computational Mathematics, 17 (2)

Applied and Computational Mathematics an International Journal
Vol.17, No.2, June  2018


A3-Artificial Atom Algorithm: A New Meta-Heuristic Computational
Intelligence Algorithm Inspired by Chemical Processes, Ali Karci

Asymptotic Expansions for the Moments of the Renewal-Reward Process
with a Normal Distributed Interference of Chance, Z. Hanalioglu,
N. Fescioglu Unver, T. Khaniyev

A Reliable Algorithm for Solving Linear and Nonlinear Schrodinger
Equations, Shaher Momani, Omar Abu Arqub, Banan Maayah, Feras Yousef,
Ahmed Alsaedi

Queueing System With Impatient Customers, Visible Queue and
Replenishable Inventory, B. Sun, A. Dudin, S. Dudin

Optimal Three-Weight Cubic Codes, Minjia Shi, Hongwei Zh, Patrick Sole

Asymptotic Behavior of an Age-Structured SIRS Endemic Model, A. Khan,
G. Zaman

Algorithms for Forming Correlation Matrices Equivalent to Matrices of
Useful Signals of Multidimensional Stochastic Objects, T.A. Aliev,
N.F. Musaeva, N.E. Rzaeva, U.E. Sattarova


From: Fikret Aliev [log in to unmask]
Date: June 27, 2018
Subject: Contents, Proc Institute of Applied Mathematics, 7 (1)

Proceedings of the Institute of Applied Mathematics, V.7, N.1, 2018
ISSN 2225-0530


H.S. Akhundov, M.A.Sadygov, J. J. Mamedova, Extremal problem for the
Goursat-Darboux type inclusion in infinite domain

M. Cakmak and M. Tunc, Hadamard type inequalities for s-geo-convex

T.S.Gadjiev, S.Y.Aliev, G. SH.Gasanova, G. M. Zulfaliyeva, The
solutions of initial boundary problems nonlinear elliptic-parabolic

J. Rashidinia, M. Mahdavi, A. Sobhani, Local collocation method for
solving time dependent convection-diffusion equation

H. K. Musaev, Coercive estimation of the solutions of infinite system
of Integro- differential equations in weighted spaces

Bhavana Deshpande, Employing generalized Meir-Keeler contraction for
coincidence point results on ordered metric spaces with application

S.I. Hamidov, On an equilibrium state in two-sector model of economic

Sh.I.Mustafayev, K.G. Gasimova, Depth pump with viscous-plastic fluid

R.K. Mehtiyev, A.K. Mehtiyev, The dual-periodic problem of the
creation of a crack in a fiber of composites in a long-distance shift

R. Mojarad, A. Shariatinia, J. Asadpour, Some energies of regular
fuzzy graphs


Rigid optimal stabilization and observation nonlinear systems under
un- certain conditions. Part 1, Onishchenko S.M., Reviewed by
F.A. Aliev, V.B. Larin

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