NA Digest Tuesday, February 9, 2010 Volume 10 : Issue 06

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Tamara G. Kolda
Sandia National Labs
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From: Igor Carron <igorcarron@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 04:45:07 -0500
Subject: Question: Is there a name for this trivial "algorithm" ?

The following may sound like a dumb question because the "algorithm" is so
trivial but I was wondering if there was a name for this algorithm:

You are trying to infer an m x n matrix A with unknown elements. The only
method of learning about this matrix is through applying matrix vector
products Ax = y. That is, you construct a vector x, perform a multiplication
Ax, and finally analyze the resulting vector y of observations. The algorithm
trivially revolves around using vectors of the canonical basis thereby
providing direct access to the columns of A.

This algorithm can be directly implemented in n steps and therefore requires n
matrix vector products.

I am interested in a compressive sensing approach to this matrix discovery
algorithm when one knows in advance that the matrix A is sparse and one wants
to reduce the number of matrix-vector steps from n to O(k log(n)) where k
represents the sparsity of matrix A. See the following link:
http://is.gd/7TrsH for more information on how to approach this problem.

If you have any ideas on the name of this algorithm (the trivial one), please
send suggestions to: igorcarron@gmail.com

Cheers,

Igor.
http://nuit-blanche.blogspot.com/search/label/CS

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From: Nick Trefethen <trefethen@maths.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 05 Feb 2010 16:20:15 +0100
Subject: 25th anniversary of MathWorks Matlab

Twenty-five years ago, on 7 February 1985, I placed the first
order for a commercial copy of Matlab. I was a junior faculty
member at MIT, and the price was $500 for ten licenses.
I didn't know at the time that mine was the first order; I was
informed of this some years later.

Congratulations to Cleve, Jack, and MathWorks on your
first quarter-century!

- Nick Trefethen, Oxford University

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From: "J. M. Littleton" <littleton@siam.org>
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 17:08:53 -0500
Subject: Call for Nominations - SIAG/FME Junior Scientist Prize

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

SIAG/FME Junior Scientist Prize

The SIAM Activity Group on Financial Mathematics and Engineering (SIAG/FME)
will make the first award of the SIAG/FME Junior Scientist Prize at the SIAM
Conference on Financial Mathematics and Engineering (FM10), to be held
November 19-20, 2010 in San Francisco, California.

The SIAG/FME Junior Scientist Prize will be awarded biennially to an
outstanding junior researcher in the field of financial mathematics for
distinguished contributions to the field in the three calendar years prior
to the year of the award. At least one of the papers containing this work
must be published in English in a peer-reviewed journal bearing a
publication date in the calendar years 2007-2009. The recipient must be a
graduate student or the paper's publication date must be no more than three
calendar years later than the year in which the author received the PhD or
equivalent degree.

The award will consist of a plaque and a certificate containing the award
citation. The recipient will be invited to give a brief plenary talk at the
conference. The recipient will be reimbursed for travel expenses to attend
the meeting to accept the award and give the talk.

Nominations should be addressed to Professor Rene Carmona, Chair, SIAG/FME
Junior Scientist Prize Committee, and sent by March 15, 2010, to J. M.
Littleton at littleton@siam.org. Inquiries should be addressed to
littleton@siam.org. Complete calls for nominations for SIAM prizes can be
found at http://www.siam.org/prizes/nominations.php.

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From: Bruce Bailey <Bailey@siam.org>
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 15:33:54 -0500
Subject: New book, Numerical Linear Algebra and Applications, 2nd Edition

Announcing the publication by SIAM of:

Numerical Linear Algebra and Applications, Second Edition, by Biswa Nath Datta

2010 / xxiv + 530 pages / Hardcover / ISBN 978-0-898716-85-6 / List Price
$79.00 / SIAM Member Price $59.30 / Order Code OT116

This second edition of the authorĺs acclaimed textbook covers the major topics
of computational linear algebra, including solution of a system of linear
equations, least-squares solutions of linear systems, computation of
eigenvalues, eigenvectors, and singular value problems.

Important features of the original edition have been updated and improved.
Drawing from numerous disciplines of science and engineering, the author
covers a variety of motivating applications. When a physical problem is posed,
the scientific and engineering significance of the solution is clearly stated.
Each chapter contains a summary of the important concepts developed in that
chapter, suggestions for further reading, and numerous exercises, both
theoretical and MATLAB« and MATCOM based. The author also provides a list of
key words for quick reference.

This book is intended for undergraduate and graduate students in applied and
computational mathematics, scientific computing, computer science, financial
mathematics, actuarial sciences, and electrical and mechanical engineering. It
will also appeal to researchers in mathematics, computer science, physics,
chemistry, biology, economics, statistics, and aerospace, electrical,
mechanical, and chemical engineering as well as practicing engineers and
industrial mathematicians.

For more information about this and all other SIAM books, please visit
www.siam.org/books.

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From: Bruce Bailey <bailey@siam.org>
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 15:37:56 -0500
Subject: New book, The Geometry of Random Fields

Announcing the publication by SIAM of:

The Geometry of Random Fields
Robert J. Adler

2010 / xxii + 280 pages / Softcover / ISBN 978-0-898716-93-1 / List Price
$89.00 / SIAM Member Price $59.50 / Order Code CL62

Originally published in 1981, The Geometry of Random Fields remains an
important text for its coverage and exposition of the theory of both smooth
and nonsmooth random fields; closed form expressions for various geometric
characteristics of the excursion sets of smooth, stationary, Gaussian random
fields over N-dimensional rectangles; descriptions of the local behavior of
random fields in the neighborhoods of high maxima; and a treatment of the
Markov property for Gaussian fields.

The core audience of the book is researchers in probability and statistics,
with no prior knowledge of geometry required. Since the book was originally
published it has become a standard reference in areas of physical
oceanography, cosmology, and neuroimaging. It is written at a level accessible
to nonspecialists, including advanced undergraduates and early graduate students.

For more information about this and all other SIAM books, please visit
www.siam.org/books.

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From: Bruce Bailey <bailey@siam.org>
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 15:29:53 -0500
Subject: New book, Mathematics of Social Choice

Announcing the publication by SIAM of:

Mathematics of Social Choice: Voting, Compensation, and Division, by Christoph
B÷rgers

2010 / xii + 245 pages / Softcover / 978-0-898716-95-5 / List Price $35.00 /
SIAM Members $24.50 / Order Code OT119

How do you select a winner from a field of candidates? How do you rank a field
of candidates? How do you share a divisible resource like a cake, or an
indivisible one like a pet or a house? These are the questions addressed in
this fun and accessible book that takes an entertaining look at the choices
made by groups of people with different preferences, needs, and interests.

Divided into three parts, the text first examines voting methods for selecting
or ranking candidates. A brief second part addresses compensation problems
wherein an indivisible item must be assigned to one of several people who are
equally entitled to ownership of the item, with monetary compensation paid to
the others. The third part discusses the problem of sharing a divisible
resource among several people.

This book is primarily addressed to readers without a high-level mathematical
background, such as college students majoring in subjects other than
mathematics and advanced high school students. However, some material
appropriate for more sophisticated readers is also included and makes the text
appealing to undergraduate mathematics majors interested in learning about
applications of mathematics in the social sciences.

For more information about this and all other SIAM books, please visit
www.siam.org/books.

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From: Andy Wathen <wathen@maths.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 05:45:58 -0500
Subject: Bill Morton 80th Birthday Conference, Oxford, May 2010

Bill (K.W.) Morton was Professor of Numerical Analysis at the
Universities of Reading, Oxford and Bath and a pioneer in the
development of finite difference, finite element and finite volume
methods for the numerical solution of PDEs. He will turn 80 on 28th
May this year and to celebrate we have organised a Birthday Conference
on Saturday 29th May 2010 in Oxford with the following speakers:

* John Barrett (Imperial)
* Mike Giles (Oxford),
* Heinz Kreiss (UCLA/KTH)
* Nancy Nichols (Reading)
* Stan Osher (UCLA)
* Alastair Spence (Bath)
* Gil Strang (MIT)

For details see:

http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/events/morton80

Endre Suli, Nick Trefethen, Andy Wathen

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From: Nicoletta Del Buono <delbuono@dm.uniba.it>
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 04:45:05 -0500
Subject: Structural Dynamical Systems, Italy, Jun 2010

Sixth Workshop on:

STRUCTURAL DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS: Computational Aspects
June 8-11, 2010
Capitolo-Monopoli, Bari, Italy

The workshop will take place at Hotel Villaggio Porto Giardino in Capitolo,
Monopoli, Bari, Italy (http://www.portogiardino.it)

The main aim of this workshop is to put together researchers of
different areas, in particular Mathematics and Engineering, to give
them the opportunity to discuss recent developments in: Numerical
methods for ODEs; Non-smooth dynamical systems; Dynamical systems with
variable structure; Discontinuous ODEs; Slinding motion and Control;
Smooth decomposition of matrices depending on parameters; Computation
of matrix functions in ODEs.

Both theoretical and numerical aspects of the previous topics will be
welcome. The workshop will consist of invited lectures, contributed
talks and of a poster session. The list of speakers is the following
one:

* Acary Vincent (Inria, Francia)
* Brogliato Bernard (Inria, Francia)
* Champneys Alan (Bristol University, U.K.)
* Di Bernardo Mario (University of Naple, Italy)
* Dieci Luca (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
* Guglielmi Nicola (University of L'Aquila, Italy)
* Hairer Ernst (University of Geneve, Switzerland)
* Lubich Christian (University of Tubingen, Germany)
* Usai Elio (University of Cagliari, Italy)
* Van Vleck Erik (University of Kansas, USA)

Each speaker will give one or two talks of 45 minutes in order to present
his research.

To stimulate the participation of PhD students and young researchers there
will be a poster session. The session is restricted to students, who will
be able to showcase their work. Students, who have already made some
progress on their thesis, can present a synopsis of their work, whereas
students who are just beginning their thesis, can present an overview of
what they are proposing to study. The main purpose of this format is to
provide PhD students with feedback on their work, accomplished or planned,
in a less formal setting than that of a plenary presentation.

On the web site: http://www.dm.uniba.it/~delbuono/sds10/sds10.htm you will
find more information on this meeting.

For any information you can write to: sds10@dm.uniba.it

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From: "Cornford, Dan" <D.Cornford@aston.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2010 21:19:11 +0000
Subject: Uncertainty in Computer Models, Sheffield, UK, Jul 2010

UNCERTAINTY IN COMPUTER MODELS 2010, July 12-14, 2010, Sheffield, UK

Registration and abstract submission now open at
http://mucm.group.shef.ac.uk/UCM2010.html

Abstract submission deadline : 26th February

The Uncertainty in Computer Models 2010 (UCM 2010) Conference is open
to everyone interested in all aspects of model uncertainty, both
theoretical and practical. The conference focuses on statistical
methods to quantify and analyse the uncertainties in the predictions
of computer models. This conference is an initiative of the MUCM
(Managing Uncertainty in Complex Models -
http://mucm.group.sheffield.ac.uk) project. Research in MUCM is
concerned with all aspects of uncertainty in computer models,
including the propagation of parameter uncertainty, model discrepancy,
validation, sensitivity analysis and the calibration of models.
Uncertainty in computer models is an emerging and highly topical field
of statistical research, with many challenges and an enormous range of
applications.

Abstract submissions are invited for contributed talks and poster
presentations. For further information, registration and abstract
submission details and deadlines, please visit our website
http://mucm.group.shef.ac.uk/UCM2010.html

*Invited Speakers*
Prof Derek Bingham : SFU, Canada
Dr Cari Kaufmann : Berkeley, USA
Dr James Murphy : MET Office, UK
Dr Jeremy Oakley : University of Sheffield, UK
Dr Olivier Roustant : St Etienne, France
Prof Darren Wilkinson : Newcastle University, UK

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From: Lisandro Parente <lawoc2010@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 09:48:00 -0500
Subject: Latin-American Optimization & Control, Argentina, Jul 2010

The Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina and the Escuela
PolitÚcnica Nacional de Quito, Ecuador, invite you to the

Second Latin-American Workshop on Optimization and Control (LAWOC 2010)

to be held in Rosario, on July 20- 22th, 2010.

http://www.fceia.unr.edu.ar/lawoc

Topics of interest include: Optimal Control; PDE Constrained
Optimization; Continuous Optimization; Control Theory; Numerical
Optimization; Optimization Applied to Transport; Combinatorial
Optimization and Graph Theory; Inverse Problems; Shape Optimization

Invited Speakers
-Eduardo Casas
Universidad de Cantabria, Spain
-Michael Hintermueller
Humboldt-Universitńt zu Berlin, Germany
-Jean-Baptiste Hiriart-Urruty
UniversitÚ Paul Sabatier, France
-JosÚ Luis Menaldi
Wayne State University, USA
-Boris Mordukhovich
Wayne State University, USA
-Michel Thera
UniversitÚ de Limoges, France
-Luis Miguel Torres
Escuela PolitÚcnica Nacional, Ecuador

Important Dates
-April, 9th, 2010: Abstract submission deadline
-April, 30th, 2010: Announcement of acceptation
-July 20th, 21st and 22nd, 2010: Workshop

If you wish to submit a contributing presentation, please send an email to

lawoc2010@gmail.com

including first name, last name, institution, country and email address, and a
pdf file with the title, authors and abstract of the contribution (500 words
max).

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From: Stanly Steinberg <stanly@wendouree.org>
Date: Thu, 04 Feb 2010 18:33:03 -0700
Subject: Assistant Professor Position at the University of New Mexico

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New
Mexico invites applications at the rank of Assistant Professor for a
full-time, probationary position leading to a tenure decision. The
department expects to hire a specialist in biomathematics or
biostatistics for Fall, 2010. mathematics, biostatistics, systems
biology or a related field with a strong mathematical or statistical
emphasis. Go to http://math.unm.edu/jobs/faculty.html for more
information.

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From: "Juan A. Acebron" <juan.acebron@ist.utl.pt>
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 06:36:49 -0500
Subject: PostDoctoral Position at CEMAT, Lisbon (Portugal)

Postdoctoral Researcher - Computational Mathematics

The Center for Mathematics and its Applications (CEMAT) in Lisbon invites
interested candidates to apply for a postdoctoral position focusing on the
development of new algorithms for current and future high performance
supercomputers. This position is funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation
FCT, and the successful candidate will be part of an integrated team led by
Dr. Juan A. Acebron.

Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, Physics, Computer
Science or a related field. They should possess a solid knowledge in applied
mathematics, numerical methods, good programming skills, and a proven
publication record.

Successful candidates will be able to work well within small
cross-disciplinary teams, including working with researchers using both
theoretical and computational mathematics. Experience with common scientific
computing methods, computational tools, mathematical software, and parallel
computing is highly desired.

The successful Post Doctoral Fellow will interact closely with national and
international collaborators and will have the opportunity to publish in high
impact journals, present their work at international conferences and gain
access to major supercomputing facilities through existing networks of
collaborative partners.

This is a one-year appointment, renewable for a second year. There are no
teaching duties associated with this position.

How to apply: Qualified candidates should send by email to
juan.acebron@ist.utl.pt with a CV, a cover letter describing your relevant
expertise and research interests, and provide two letters of recommendation
from individuals familiar with your research work to be sent directly to the
same e-mail contact.

The deadline is on March, 15 2010.

For further information see the website
http//web.ist.utl.pt/~angel.rodriguez/fct-project/

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From: Chrysoula Tsogka <tsogka@tem.uoc.gr>
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 04:10:09 -0500
Subject: Postdoctoral positions at the Archimedes Center

Postdoctoral positions at the Archimedes Center for Modeling Analysis and
Computation.

The Archimedes Center for Modeling Analysis and Computation (ACMAC) is a newly
created center, housed in the Department of Applied Mathematics of the
University of Crete, and funded by the FP7 programme of the European Commission.

The center aims to promote academic excellence in Applied Mathematics and
fosters the interface of modeling, analysis and computation. Please check the
website http://acmac.tem.uoc.gr/ for more information.

ACMAC announces several postdoc positions in applied mathematics: we seek for
mathematical scientists near the beginning of their career who have a
background in and/or an interest in the areas of modeling, analysis and
computation.

The candidates will interact with faculty members of the department of Applied
Mathematics at the University of Crete and short- and long-term ACMAC
visitors. Please check the department's web page for information on the
faculty members and their research interests.
http://www.tem.uoc.gr/en/people.html

Duration and funding: ACMAC postdoctoral fellowships run from short term
periods up to two years starting September 1, 2010. The candidates will be
funded by the FP7 programme of the European Commission.

Applications should comprise a letter of motivation, a CV plus the
names and contact information of two individuals who have agreed to send
letters of recommendation.

Contact: acmac_postdocs@tem.uoc.gr

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From: Stephan Dahlke <dahlke@mathematik.uni-marburg.de>
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 05:49:31 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Position, Philipps-University of Marburg, Germany

Within the recently founded LOEWE-Center for "Synthetic Microbiology"
the Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences at the
Philipps-University of Marburg, Germany, offers a

Postdoc-Position (E 13)

for two years. The candidate will work on research projects
concerning mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of
biological systems.

Prerequisites:

PhD in mathematics or related field, and emphasis in mathematical
modelling and/or numerical analysis

For further information concerning the LOEWE-center, see:

http://www.uni-marburg.de/synmikro

We explicitly encourage female researchers to apply for the position.
Disabled candidates will be given preference among qualified
applicants.

Applicants who feel they possess the above qualifications are strongly
encouraged to apply. Please send your application with reference

Kennziffer fb12-0016-wmz-2009

to

Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Philipps-University of Marburg
Hans-Meerwein-Stra▀e, Lahnberge
35032 Marburg
Germany

Please contact Prof. Dr. S. Dahlke for further information,
dahlke@mathematik.uni-marburg.de
http://www.mathematik.uni-marburg.de/~dahlke

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From: Chrysoula Tsogka <tsogka@tem.uoc.gr>
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 04:06:44 -0500
Subject: PHD and postodoctoral positions available at IACM/FORTH

PHD and postodoctoral positions are available for the research project
ADAPTIVES.

ADAPTIVES has been approved for funding by the European Research Council,
through a Starting Independent Research Grand awarded to Chrysoula Tsogka
Associate Professor at the Dept. of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete
and researcher at IACM/FORTH. Duration of project: 5 years.

Short summary of the project: Waves are been used for the detection and
imaging of objects for many years. We all know the radar, which uses
electromagnetic waves, the sonar that is based on acoustic waves, and medical
ultrasound. In most of these applications the materials encountered in
practice are often complex and their properties are not known - and cannot be
estimated - in every detail. We, therefore, model the propagation medium as a
random process for which we know some statistical properties.
Our goal is to solve the imaging problem in a regime where multipathing due to
the heterogeneities is important. The challenge is to produce reliable, i.e.,
statistically stable, results, especially when there is no a priori knowledge
about the propagation medium.

The research to be carried out in the project ADAPTIVES needs young
researchers to get involved. Requirements are background in and/or an interest
in scientific computing, numerical solution of differential equations (in
particular wave propagation) and inverse problems. The candidates will be
funded by the European Research Council.
Applications should comprise of a letter of motivation, a CV plus the names
and contact information of two individuals who have agreed to send letters of
recommendation.

The positions are located at the Institute of Applied
and Computational Mathematics (IACM) at FORTH, Heraklion, Crete, Greece
(http://www.iacm.forth.gr/).

Contact: C. Tsogka, tsogka@tem.uoc.gr, http://www.tem.uoc.gr/~tsogka

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From: JohnBagterpJrgensen <jbj@imm.dtu.dk>
Date: Sat, 6 Feb 2010 03:40:28 -0500
Subject: Ph.D. Position in Optimal Control for Reservoir Engineering

The Centre for Energy Resources Engineering (CERE) at the Technical
University of Denmark has a vacant Ph.D. position connected to the Advanced
Oil Recovery Methods (ADORE) project and concerns Numerical Methods for
Reservoir Simulation and Production Optimization. In this project we develop
numerical methods for simulation, optimization and optimal control of large-
scale models describing flow in porous media. The aim is to obtain software
useful in planning reservoir operations using advanced oil recovery methods.
The position will be affiliated to CERE at DTU Informatics. The successful
candidate must hold a masters degree in computational science, engineering
or physics. Knowledge of Model Predictive Control will be considered an
advantage.

You can read more about the position at this link:

http://www.dtu.dk/Om_DTU/ledige_stillinger.aspx?guid=56578c96-eb74-4546-987a-
51a8ddae02c9

The application deadline is February 22, and the position will be filled as
soon as possible. Contact me if you need further information or are
interested but cannot meet the tight deadline.

John Bagterp J°rgensen
E-mail: jbj@imm.dtu.dk

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From: Hennadiy Netuzhylov <h.netuzhylov@tu-bs.de>
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 2010 04:02:00 -0500
Subject: MSc Programme, CS&E,Germany

International, interdisciplinary, and bilingual
Master of Science Programme äComputational Sciences in Engineering (CSE)ô
at the Technische Universitaet Braunschweig in Germany.
http://www.tu-braunschweig.de/cse

The programme will be interesting to the graduates holding a
Bachelor's degree (or about to finish the studies) in Civil /
Mechanical / Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, or Computer
Science.

Please note that the German language knowledge is not required to be
accepted to the programme, and that the German language course are
being offered for free to the CSE students.

We would appreciate very much your notifying the students of your
department about this opportunity to study in Germany.

Please do not hesitate to contact me at cse-apply@tu-braunschweig.de,
should you need any further information.

Sincerely yours,
Hennadiy Netuzhylov
TU Braunschweig, CSE
www.tu-braunschweig.de/cse

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From: Andy Wathen <wathen@maths.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 13:02:06 -0500
Subject: Summer undergraduate Internships, Oxford University (OCCAM)

The Oxford Centre for Collaborative Applied Mathematics (OCCAM) is
delighted to announce the launch of the OCCAM Summer Internships 2010
following the success of last year's Summer Internships at OCCAM.

Information about this scheme, full details regarding eligibility
and the online application form can be found at
https://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/groups/occam/vacancies/occam-summer-internships-2010

We would be grateful for this information to be passed to suitable
mathematics undergraduates in the middle years of their degree or those
enrolled to start on a Masters degree

- Andy Wathen

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From: "Gladwell, Ian" <igladwel@mail.smu.edu>
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 13:12:28 -0600
Subject: Contents, ACM Trans. Math. Software (TOMS) 37(1) Jan 2010

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS) Volume 37, Issue 1
(January 2010)

For more information, including abstracts and access to full text,
see the ACM Digital Library at
http://portal.acm.org/dl.cfm

Table of Contents

ScaLAPACK's MRRR algorithm
Christof V÷mel
Article No.: 1 (35 pages)

Certification of bounds on expressions involving rounded operators
Marc Daumas, Guillaume Melquiond
Article No.: 2 (20 pages)

Design patterns for multiphysics modeling in Fortran 2003 and C++
Damian W. I. Rouson, Helgi Adalsteinsson, Jim Xia
Article No.: 3 (30 pages)

Computing correctly rounded integer powers in floating-point arithmetic
Peter Kornerup, Christoph Lauter, Vincent Lef'evre, Nicolas Louvet,
Jean-Michel Muller
Article No.: 4 (23 pages)

Singularity-free evaluation of collapsed-coordinate orthogonal polynomials
Robert C. Kirby
Article No.: 5 (16 pages)

On the efficiency of symbolic computations combined with code generation
for finite element methods
Martin Sandve AlnŠs, Kent-AndrÚ Mardal
Article No.: 6 (26 pages)

Cache-optimal algorithms for option pricing
John E. Savage, Mohammad Zubair
Article No.: 7 (30 pages)

Optimizations for quadrature representations of finite element tensors
through automated code generation
Kristian B. ělgaard, Garth N. Wells
Article No.: 8 (23 pages)

Algorithm 898: Efficient multiplication of dense matrices over GF(2)
Martin Albrecht, Gregory Bard, William Hart
Article No.: 9 (14 pages)

Algorithm 899: The Matlab postprocessing toolkit
Scott A. Sarra
Article No.: 10 (15 pages)

Algorithm 900: A discrete time Kalman filter package for large scale problems
Germ┤n A. Torres
Article No.: 11 (16 pages)

Algorithm 901: LMEF-A program for the construction of linear multistep
methods with exponential fitting for the numerical solution of ordinary
differential equations
D. S. Vlachos, T. E. Simos
Article No.: 12 (11 pages)

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From: Joseph Traub <traub@cs.columbia.edu>
Date: Sat, 6 Feb 2010 14:29:08 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Contents, J. of Complexity, Vol 26, No. 1, 2010

Journal of Complexity
Volume 26, Number 1, February 2010

CONTENTS

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Steffen Dereich wins the 2009 Information-Based Complexity Young
Researcher Award
2010 Information-Based Complexity Young Researcher Award Committee

REGULAR ARTICLES

New general convergence theory for iterative processes and its
applications to Newton-Kantorovich type theorems
Petko D. Proinov

On the Structure of Digital Explicit Nonlinear and Inversive
Pseudorandom Number Generators
Gottlieb Pirsic and Arne Winterhof

Fast Discrete Algorithms for Sparse Fourier Expansions of High
Dimensional Functions
Ying Jiang and Yuesheng Xu

Product Gauss quadrature rules vs. cubature rules in the meshless
local Petrov-Galerkin method
Annamaria Mazzia

Optimal Approximation of Elliptic Problems by Linear and Nonlinear
Mappings IV: Errors in L2 and Other Norms
Stephan Dahlke, Erich Novak, Winfried Sickel

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From: "Commun. Comput. Phys." <cicp@global-sci.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 2010 20:23:33 +0800 (HKT)
Subject: Contents, Commun. Comput. Phys. Vol. 7 No. 2 (2010)

Communications in Computational Physics (CiCP)
Volume 7, Number 2, 2009
http://www.global-sci.com/issue/contents/7/issue2.html

Special issue on Structure Formation and Evolution in Soft Matter/Complex
Fluid Systems

Special Issue Editors:
An-Chang Shi, McMaster University, Canada
Qi Wang, University of South Carolina, USA
Pingwen Zhang, Peking University, China

Ben Lu and Alan R. Denton
Charge renormalization, thermodynamics, and structure of deionized
colloidal suspensions.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 235-249.
http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v7_235.pdf

M. Gregory Forest, Qingqing Liao and Qi Wang
A 2-D kinetic theory for flows of monodomain polymer-rod nanocomposites.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 250-282.
http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v7_250.pdf

Thomas R. Weikl
Transition states in protein folding.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 283-300.
http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v7_283.pdf

Nasser Mohieddin Abukhdeir and Alejandro D. Rey
Simulation of spherulite growth using a comprehensive approach to modeling
the first-order isotropic/smectic-A mesophase transition.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 301-316.
http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v7_301.pdf

Hui Zhang and Qichuan Bai
Numerical investigation of tumbling phenomena based on a macroscopic model
for hydrodynamic nematic liquid crystals.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 317-332.
http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v7_317.pdf

Yubo Zhang, Heyu Wang and Tao Tang
Simulating two-phase viscoelastic flows using moving finite element
methods.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 333-349.
http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v7_333.pdf

Artur Cristea, Giuseppe Gonnella, Antonio Lamura and Victor Sofonea
A lattice Boltzmann study of phase separation in liquid-vapor systems with
gravity.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 350-361.
http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v7_350.pdf

Tianyu Zhang and Qi Wang
Cahn-Hilliard vs singular Cahn-Hilliard equations in phase field modeling.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 362-382.
http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v7_362.pdf

Haijun Yu, Guanghua Ji and Pingwen Zhang
A nonhomogeneous kinetic model of liquid crystal polymers and its
thermodynamic closure approximation.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 383-402.
http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v7_383.pdf

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