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From: Bradley Treeby <>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2012 17:39:38 -0500
Subject: New Release of the k-Wave Acoustics Toolbox

We are pleased to announce the latest release of the k-Wave acoustics
toolbox. This includes the first release of an optimised C++ code for
nonlinear ultrasound simulations in 3D. All codes are licensed under
the LGPL and are available from

The numerical model is based on the solution of three coupled
first-order partial differential equations that account for
nonlinearity, heterogeneities in the material parameters, and acoustic
absorption following a frequency power law (1D, 2D, and 3D). The
equations are solved using a k-space pseudospectral method, where
spatial gradients are calculated using a Fourier collocation scheme on
a staggered grid, and temporal gradients are calculated using a
k-space corrected finite-difference scheme.

Full release notes are given at


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 12:21:50 -0500
Subject: New Book, Appl to Regular and Bang-Bang Control

Announcing the November 16, 2012, publication by SIAM of:

Applications to Regular and Bang-Bang Control: Second-Order Necessary
and Sufficient Optimality Conditions in Calculus of Variations and
Optimal Control by Nikolai P. Osmolovskii and Helmut Maurer

2012 / xviii + 382 pages / Softcover / ISBN 978-1-611972-35-1 /
List Price $109.00 / SIAM Member Price $76.30 / Order Code DC24

This book is devoted to the theory and applications of second-order
necessary and sufficient optimality conditions in the calculus of
variations and optimal control. The authors develop theory for a
control problem with ordinary differential equations subject to
boundary conditions of equality and inequality type and for mixed
state-control constraints of equality type.

The book is distinctive in that necessary and sufficient conditions
are given in the form of no-gap conditions; the theory covers broken
extremals where the control has finitely many points of discontinuity;
and a number of numerical examples in various application areas are
fully solved.

It is suitable for researchers in calculus of variations and optimal
control and researchers and engineers in optimal control applications
in mechanics; mechatronics; physics; chemical, electrical, and
biological engineering; and economics.

To order, or for more information about this and all SIAM books,
please visit


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 12:17:19 -0500
Subject: New Book, Eigenvalues of Matrices, Revised Edition

Announcing the November 7, 2012, publication by SIAM of:

Eigenvalues of Matrices, Revised Edition
by Françoise Chatelin

2012 / xxx + 410 pages / Softcover / ISBN 978-1-611972-45-0 /
List Price $99.00 / SIAM Member Price $69.30 / Order Code CL71

This classic textbook provides a modern and complete guide to the
calculation of eigenvalues of matrices, written at an accessible level
that presents in matrix notation the fundamental aspects of the
spectral theory of linear operators in finite dimension.

The author has added a new chapter that uncovers reasons why matrices
are even more fundamental tools than vectors for the information
processing that takes place during the dynamical evolution of
systems. Some of these ideas appear in print for the first time.

The book’s primary use is as a course text for undergraduate students
in mathematics, applied mathematics, physics, and engineering. It is
also useful as a reference for researchers or for engineers in
high-tech industries who are confronted with instability and chaos in
intensive computing that results from the strong coupling of two
distinct phenomena.

To order, or for more information about this and all SIAM books,
please visit


From: "WS2012" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2012 16:06:43 +0800
Subject: Winter School on Applied Mathematics, Hong Kong, Dec 2012

Event: The Sixth Winter School on Applied Mathematics
Focus: 10-day training programme with four 10-hour courses on
mathematics of biology
Date: 3-14 December 2012
Venue: Academic 1, City University of Hong Kong

Speakers and Course Title:

Avner Friedman
The Ohio State University
PDE Models in Molecular Biology

Yuan Lou
The Ohio State University
PDE Models in Spatial Biology

Fred Brauer
The University of British Columbia
Models in Population Biology and Epidemiology

Abdul-Aziz Yakubu
Howard University
Discrete and Continuous-Time Population Models and Epidemiology


From: Margot Gerritsen <>
Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2012 00:43:25 -0500
Subject: Bay Area Scientific Computing Day, USA, Dec 2012

We are very happy to invite you to the 2012 Bay Area Scientific
Computing Day on 12/12/12. Our URL is

BASCD is an annual informal gathering to encourage the interaction and
collaboration of researchers in the fields of scientific computing and
computational science/engineering from the San Francisco Bay
Area. This event provides a great venue for junior researchers to
present their work to the local community, and for the Bay Area
scientific and computational science/engineering communities at large
to interchange views on today’s multidisciplinary computational
challenges and state-of-the-art developments.

This year BASCD will be held in the Kavli auditorium located at the
Stanford Linear Accelerator Laboratory. The event starts at 9:00am and
ends at 4:30pm. Lunch is at 12:15pm.

The list of speakers includes, amongst others: Dr. Lin Lin, (2011
Alvarez Fellow, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Dr. Matthias
Morzfeld (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Dr. Jeremy Kozdon
(Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey), Pierre-David Letourneau
(Stanford University), Grey Ballard (UC Berkeley)

A complete list of speakers is available at the website

To reserve your spot for this meeting and find directions to the
gathering, please register at our website


From: Robin Beier <>
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2012 09:24:36 -0500
Subject: Analytical and Num Aspects of Evolution Eq, Germany, Mar 2013

We would like to draw your attention to the following spring school
that aims to bring together students and younger researchers in the
field of analysis and numerical analysis of partial differential

5th Spring School
Analytical and Numerical Aspects of Evolution Equations
March 11-15, 2013 at TU Berlin Germany

Fatiha Alabau-Boussouira (Metz), Control of scalar and coupled systems
of hyperbolic PDE's and applications

Lubomir Banas (Edinburgh)
Numerical methods for dynamical micromagnetism

Barbara Niethammer (Bonn)
Analysis of coagulation equations

Felix Otto (Leipzig)
Optimal estimates in stochastic homogenization

Participants may present their results in short communications or in a
poster session. A limited number of scholarships for students and
younger researchers is available. Further information can be found at


From: Chefi Triki <>
Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2012 11:28:34 +0400
Subject: Modeling, Simulation and Applied Optim, Tunisia, Apr 2013


The 5th International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Applied
Optimization (ICMSAO'13,


35% reduction in the conference registration fees for students and
researchers from developing countries

We would like to invite you to the 5th International Conference on
Modeling, Simulation and Applied Optimization (ICMSAO'13), which will
take place from 28 through 30 April 2013 in Hammamet, Tunisia. The
ICMSAO'13 provides an international forum for presentations and
discussion of research in all areas of science and engineering
involving the modeling and simulation of processes and systems.

Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed. All accepted and presented
papers will be published in IEEEXplore (pending). Selected papers
will be published in one or more special issues of reputed,
abstracted, and indexed journals.

We look forward welcoming you to Hammamet, Tunisia in April 2013.


From: Elise DeDoncker <>
Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2012 16:10:09 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Large Scale Comp Physics/Physical Sciences, Spain, Jun 2013

Authors are invited to submit original contributions to LSCP 2013,
organized in conjunction with the Int. Conf. on Comp. Science (ICCS)
(see, ) in Barcelona, Spain,
June 5-7, 2013.

Scope. LSCP focuses on symbolic and numerical methods and simulations,
algorithms and tools for developing and running large-scale
computations in physical sciences. Special interest will go to: high
numerical precision, parallelism and scalability (massively parallel
systems, GPU, many-integrated-cores, cluster and grid/cloud
computing). Topics will be chosen from areas including theoretical
physics (high energy physics, nuclear physics, astrophysics,
cosmology, quantum physics, accelerator physics), plasma physics,
condensed matter physics, molecular dynamics, bio-physical system
modeling, material science/engineering, nanotechnology, fluid
dynamics, complex and turbulent systems, climate modeling and so on.

Deadline. December 31, 2012.

Proceedings. Accepted papers will be printed in the ICCS proceedings
published by Elsevier Science in Procedia Computer Science series.


Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2012 13:13:31 +0100
Subject: WAVES 2013, Tunis, Jun 2013

The 11th International Conference on Mathematical and Numerical
Aspects of Waves (Waves 2013) is organized jointly by ENIT-LAMSIN,
INRIA and ENSTA. The conference will be held at Hotel El Mouradi
(Gammarth - Tunis) from June 3rd to june 7th. This conference is the
main venue where significant advances in the analysis and
computational modeling of wave phenomena and exciting new applications
are presented.


The themes for this meeting include, but are not restricted to Forward
and Inverse Scattering, Fast Computational Techniques, Numerical
Analysis, Approximate Boundary Conditions, Domain Decomposition,
Analytical and Semi-analytical Methods, Nonlinear Wave Phenomena,
Water Waves and Coastal Modeling, Guided Waves and Random Media,
Medical and Seismic Imaging.

Submissions of abstracts December 1st, 2012.
Opening of registration January 1st, 2013.


Plenary Speakers: Gregoire Allaire,Ecole Polytechnique, FR; Mourad
Bellassoued, University of Science of Bizerte, TN; Laurent Gizon, Max
Planck Institute for Solar System Research, DE; Ivan G. Graham,
University of Bath, UK; Marcus Grote, University of Basel, CH; Sergei
A. Nazarov, Russian Academy of Sciences, RU; Francisco Sayas,
(University of Delaware, US; Chrysoula Tsogka, University of Crete, GR


From: John Singler <>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2012 08:08:56 -0500
Subject: Chair Position, Mathematics and Statistics, Missouri S&T

Missouri University of Science & Technology invites applications for
the position of Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
with the assumption of the position in the Fall of 2013. For details
about the position and the application process please click the
academic position link on the website Information about the
department can be found at

Missouri S&T is an AA/EEO institution. Women, minorities, and persons
with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Missouri S&T participates
in E-Verify. For more information on E-Verify, please contact DHS at:


From: Hector Miranda <>
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2012 08:46:23 -0500
Subject: Open Rank Position, Concepcion, Chile

Departamento de Matemática

The Department of Mathematics is seeking applicants for two open rank
positions, to begin in March 1st, 2013; however, we are flexible with
respect to this date. The candidates should possess a doctoral degree
in Mathematics or expect the degree to be granted in a short time.

Candidates should have a distinguished research record and a strong
commitment to excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching in
Spanish (intermediate level). The normal department duties include ten
hours per week (two courses) of undergraduate or postgraduate
teaching. The University of Bío-Bío funds research projects, supports
the participation in Congresses and economic incentives for ISI
publications (US$ 2.500 each) and SCIELO publications (US$ 800
each). Also, Postdoctoral stayings will be supported.

For further information, visit our web site:

Please send the documents to:

Departamento de Matemática
Universidad del Bío-Bío
Av. Collao 1202
Concepción, CHILE

Phone: +56-41- 3111722

Deadline: December 19, 2011.


From: Lili Ju <>
Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2012 09:53:22 -0500
Subject: Visiting Asst Professor Position, Univ of South Carolina

Visiting Assistant Professor Position
Department of Mathematics
University of South Carolina, USA

A two-year Visiting Assistant Professor position is available at the
Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina at Columbia
(USA) in the area of Computational Geophysics. Specifically, the
position would involve development of a parallel high-order accurate
finite element package for Stokes-based ice flow modeling. A
background in areas related to numerical methods for partial
differential equations and mathematical modeling is highly desirable
as is knowledge of parallel programming to be considered. The teaching
load will be two courses or less per academic year. Salary is
commensurate with qualifications and experience. The position is
available from August 2013.

Those interested in applying for the position should send, via email,
their CV, Research Statement, and have three letters of reference
sent, also via email, to Prof. Lili Ju ( Only
materials submitted in this electronic manner will be
considered. Applications will be considered until the position is

University of South Carolina is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. Applications from minority and female candidates are
especially encouraged.


From: Fabienne Jezequel <>
Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2012 11:23:58 +0100
Subject: Postdoc Position, Perf Optim/Num Valid, Paris, France

A postdoc position is available in UPMC (Université Pierre et Marie
Curie, Paris, France) within the Labex CalSimLab on performance
optimization and numerical validation of quantum chemistry programs.

A potential candidate should have an interest in algorithmics and
numerical methods, having ideally already contributed to a quantum
chemistry code, and being familiar with parallelization schemes.

For more information, please see the link below:

Fabienne Jézéquel, Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6
Peter Reinhardt, Laboratoire de Chimie Théorique


From: Nicolas Brisebarre <>
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2012 11:04:22 +0100 (CET)
Subject: Postdoc Positions, Maths and CS, Lyon

Post-doc positions Mathematics and Computer Science in Lyon (labex


MILYON (the Laboratoire d'Excellence "Mathematiques et Informatique Ã
Lyon") offers two post-doctoral positions in mathematics and/or
computer science for the academic year 2013-2014, to be held at the
Unité de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées or at the Laboratoire de
l'Informatique du Parallélisme (École Normale Supérieure de Lyon),
or at the Institut Camille Jordan (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1).
These are research-only appointments (without teaching). They are
typically for two years, with possible renewal for a third year
subject to review. The salary will be 2100 euros per month, with
benefits including health insurance and social coverage. Funds will
also be provided for traveling and inviting collaborators.

Full description:
More information can be found on the website of MILYON which contains
links to the above three departments. It is requested to contact the
colleagues in Lyon who are closest to your specialty.

For holders of a Ph.D in mathematics or computer science obtained
before October 1st, 2013.

Applications must be complete (including all reference letters) by :
Tuesday, January 15th, 2013, at 17:00 (Lyon local time)

How to apply?
Applications must be submitted via the online form:

Requested items:
- a curriculum vitae;
- a list of publications;
- a scientific project (around two pages) specifying members of MILYON
with whom you plan to interact primarily;
- two detailed recommendation letters by scientists not members of
- a letter from your thesis adviser.

Scientific contact : Francis FILBET <>
Administrative contact : Carine SEVESTRE <>


From: Ajit Yoganathan <>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2012 14:49:47 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Position, Cardiovascular Fluid Mech Lab, Georgia Tech

The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia
Tech and Emory University (Georgia Tech, Atlanta Campus) is seeking an
outstanding candidate to fill the position of Postdoctoral Fellow in
the Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (CFM Lab). This
position is available immediately.

The required qualifications are: Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering or a
related discipline, demonstrated experience in fluid-structure
interaction modeling (applications to the heart and cardiovascular
system are especially beneficial) and experimental expertise,
excellent collaborative and communication skills, strong proficiency
in English.

The successful candidate will be contributing to a project that seek
to develop and utilize an advanced fluid-structure interaction (FSI)
model of the mitral valve system to analyze the valve in the normal,
diseased, or repaired states. The project is being carried out in
collaboration between the Georgia Institute of Technology, the
University of Maine and Pacific Northwest National Laboratories.

Georgia Tech offers a competitive total compensation package.

Further information on this opening and on the CFM Lab can be found at

Interested applicants should forward by e-mail a cover letter,
curriculum vitae (please attach up to three recent publications), a
short description of career goals and the names, telephone numbers and
e-mail addresses of three professional references to
Dr. Ajit
Ms. Sandra


From: laurain <>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2012 11:46:46 +0100
Subject: Postdoc/PhD Position, Inverse Problems, TU Berlin

Postdoc/PhD position, Inverse problems, TU Berlin

The Department of Mathematics of the Technical University of Berlin
(Germany) & the DFG Research Center MATHEON invite applications for a

Postdoctoral position or Doctoral position (Salary scale 13 TV-L,
Reference number: FO-697)

to be filled until 31.05.2014. The closing date for applications is

The successful candidate will support the MATHEON project C37
``Shape/Topology optimization methods for inverse problems"
led by Dr. Antoine Laurain at the Technical University (TU) Berlin.

The candidate should hold a degree in Mathematics (Masters degree or
equivalent) for the doctoral position or a PhD in Mathematics for the
postdoctoral position; excellent knowledge of functional analysis
and/or inverse problems and/or partial differential equations;
knowledge of numerical analysis and (nonlinear) optimization;
experience with Matlab and/or Python; proficiency in English is

The salary is determined according to the so-called ''Entgeltgruppe 13
TV-L Berliner Hochschulen'' scale. The exact brutto and netto salaries
may be computed here:,
but the exact grade (stufe) is determined after recruitment depending
on the researcher's experience.

Please send your written application with the reference number FO-697
and the usual documents (CV including a list of publications,
preprints, statement of research interests) to:

Präsident der Technischen Universität
Berlin, Fakultät II, Institut für Mathematik,
DFG-Forschungszentrum MATHEON,
Sekr. MA 3-1,
Strasse des 17. Juni 136, 10623 Berlin.

For further informations on the position please contact:
Tel.: +49 (0)30 314 - 28478


From: Matthias Ehrhardt <>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2012 17:38:29 +0100
Subject: PhD and Postdoc Positions, European Comp Finance Network

12 PhD positions (36 months) and 5 post-doc positions (12 months) are
available within the newly established Initial Training Network (ITN)
"STRIKE- Novel Methods in Computational Finance", funded by the Marie
Curie actions under the FP7 People programme from the European

The motivation for this training network is the need for a network of
highly educated European scientists in the field of financial
mathematics and computational science, so as to exchange and discuss
current insights and ideas, and to lay groundwork for future
collaborations. Besides a series of internationally recognized
researchers from academics, leading quantitative analysts from the
financial industry also participate in this network.

For further details, see

Positions will be available starting 1st of January 2013 or later. We
are still looking for students or Postdocs with a strong knowledge in
computational finance or related fields.

Keywords : nonlinear Black-Scholes, hybrid Monte-Carlo, splitting
methods, kinetic financial models, contagion effects, optimal control,
SABR stochastic volatility, GPU programming,model order reduction,

The salaries follow the European regulation with a monthly salary plus
mobility allowance. The candidates can be of any nationality
(European or non European), but not from the country in which he/she
will be hired. Substantial funding for participation in conferences
and other research and training activities will be also
offered. Applications including a full curriculum vitae, and the names
and addresses of at least two referees should be sent to the
corresponding supervisor, see

for more details how to apply and the eligibility criteria.


From: Sylvia Zur <>
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2012 08:46:14 -0500
Subject: PhD Position, Univ of Stuttgart

The Institute of Applied Analysis and Numerical Simulation, University
of Stuttgart, Germany, has an open PhD position for 3 years (full
time, TV-L 13). Possible research topics include model formulations,
analysis and numerical methods for porous media flows, e.g., coupling
surface and subsurface flows, homogenization techniques, shock waves,
and infiltration in porous media.

The position is embedded into the International Research Training
Group "Non- linearities and upscaling in porous media" (NUPUS) of the
Universities Stuttgart, Bergen, Delft, Eindhoven, Utrecht and
Wageningen which deals with modeling flow and transport processes in
porous media focusing on environmental and technical applications
( The applicant should have a
Master or Diploma degree in applied mathematics, scientific computing
or neighboring disciplines. Background in numerical methods for
partial differential equations as well as programming experience is

The successful candidate will have an opportunity to participate in
NUPUS activities (conferences, workshops, courses, seminars). The
doctoral study includes a research period at the foreign partner

The application should include: complete curriculum vitae, motivation
letter, and copy of degree certificates. This should be sent to

Prof. Dr. Christian Rohde
University of Stuttgart
Institute of Applied Analysis and Numerical Simulation
Pfaffenwaldring 57
70569 Stuttgart, Germany

Application deadline is December 28, 2012.


From: "Jose E. Castillo" <>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2012 09:26:42 -0800
Subject: Computational Science Ph.D. Studies, San Diego

The Computational Science Research Center at San Diego State
University is looking for qualified applicants for its
interdisciplinary Ph.D. program ( joint with Claremont Graduate
University) in Computational Science.

We have financial support in the form of Teaching, Graduate and
Research Assistantships and Fellowships. Areas of interest include
Nonlinear Dynamics, Biomathematics, Soft Condensed Matter Physics,
Relativistic Astrophysics, General Relativity, Material Sciences,
Geophysics, Nuclear Physics and Physical Oceanography.

Please take a look here for details about the program including
application process. We started taking Applications Oct 1.


From: Chi-Wang Shu <>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2012 22:31:30 -0500
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing, 53(3)

Journal of Scientific Computing

Volume 53, Number 3, December 2012

Investigation of Commutative Properties of Discontinuous Galerkin
Methods in PDE Constrained Optimal Control Problems, Dmitriy
Leykekhman, pp.483-511.

A Coupling of Local Discontinuous Galerkin and Natural Boundary
Element Method for Exterior Problems, Huang Hongying, Yang Ju’e and Yu
Dehao, pp.512-527.

Stability at Nonconforming Grid Interfaces for a High Order
Discretization of the Schrodinger Equation, A. Nissen, G. Kreiss and
M. Gerritsen, pp.528-551.

Extension of the Complete Flux Scheme to Systems of Conservation Laws,
J.H.M. ten Thije Boonkkamp, J. van Dijk, L. Liu and K.S.C. Peerenboom,

Numerical Study of the Nonlinear Combined Sine-Cosine-Gordon Equation
with the Lattice Boltzmann Method, Huilin Lai and Changfeng Ma,

Interpolatory Quadrature Rules for Oscillatory Integrals, Veerle
Ledoux and Marnix Van Daele, pp.586-607.

A Well-balanced Finite Volume-Augmented Lagrangian Method for an
Integrated Herschel-Bulkley Model, C. Acary-Robert,
E. D. Fernandez-Nieto, G. Narbona-Reina and P. Vigneaux, pp.608-641.

On the Accuracy and Stability of the Perfectly Matched Layer in
Transient Waveguides, Kenneth Duru and Gunilla Kreiss, pp. 642-671.

Legendre Spectral Collocation Methods for Pantograph Volterra
Delay-Integro-Differential Equations, Yunxia Wei and Yanping Chen,

Upwind-Difference Potentials Method for Patlak-Keller-Segel Chemotaxis
Model, Yekaterina Epshteyn, pp.689-713.


From: Anna-Ulla Gardiner <>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 14:38:06 +0000
Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, 25(12)

Volume 25, Issue 12, December 2012

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication
on the web. This issue is available at: URL:


Dynamical criteria for rogue waves in nonlinear Schr\"odinger models,
Annalisa Calini and Constance M Schober


Tabulation of Painlev\'e 6 transcendents, Davide Guzzetti

$C^{2}$-robust heterodimensional tangencies, Shin Kiriki and Teruhiko

No solitary waves exist on 2D deep water, Vera Mikyoung Hur

Measurable time-restricted sensitivity, Domenico Aiello, Hansheng
Diao, Zhou Fan, Daniel O King, Jessica Lin and Cesar E Silva

Boundary-layer interactions in the plane-parallel incompressible
flows, Toan T Nguyen and Franck Sueur

A mountain pass scenario and heteroclinic orbits for thin-film type
equations, Kai-Seng Chou and Zhenyu Zhang

Stochastic stability of traffic maps, Michael Blank

The topology associated with cusp singular points, Konstantinos
Efstathiou and Andrea Giacobbe

Multi-site breathers in Klein--Gordon lattices: stability, resonances
and bifurcations, Dmitry Pelinovsky and Anton Sakovich

The Shannon--McMillan theorem for doubly stochastic operators, Bartosz
Frej and Paulina Frej

Non-reversible perturbations of homoclinic snaking scenarios, J\"urgen
Knobloch, Martin Vielitz and Thomas Wagenknecht

Expanding semiflows on branched surfaces and one-parameter semigroups
of operators, Oliver Butterley

A $C^{1}$ generic condition for existence of symbolic extensions of
volume preserving diffeomorphisms, Thiago Catalan

Statistical stability and limit laws for Rovella maps, Jos\'e F Alves
and Mohammad Soufi

Defects and boundary layers in non-Euclidean plates, J A Gemmer and S
C Venkataramani


From: Oleg Burdakov <>
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2012 16:52:06 -0500
Subject: Contents, Optimization Methods and Software

Table of Contents
Optimization Methods and Software (OMS),
Volume 28, Number 1 (February, 2013)

Changyu Wang, Wenling Zhao, Jinchuan Zhou and Shujun Lian, Global
convergence and finite termination of a class of smooth penalty
function algorithms, 1-25

Orjan Bergmann and Trond Steihaug, Solving trust-region subproblem
augmented with linear inequality constraints, 26-36

Yanping Chen, Zuliang Lu and Min Fu, A posteriori error estimates for
mixed finite element approximation of nonlinear quadratic optimal
control problems, 37-53

Changtong Luo, Shao-Liang Zhang and Bo Yu, Some modifications of low
dimensional simplex evolution and their convergence, 54-81

Philippe L. Toint, Nonlinear stepsize control, trust regions and
regularizations for unconstrained optimization, 82-95

Takafumi Kanamori and Atsumi Ohara, A Bregman extension of
quasi-Newton updates I: An information geometrical framework, 96-123

Gleb Beliakov and Andrei Kelarev, Global non-smooth optimization in
robust multivariate regression, 124-138

Andrew R. Conn and Sebastien Le Digabel, Use of quadratic models with
mesh adaptive direct search for constrained black box optimization,

Jeff C.-F. Wong and Bartosz Protas, Application of scaled nonlinear
conjugate gradient algorithms to the inverse natural convection
problem, 159-185

M. Cervinka, C. Matonoha and J.V. Outrata, On the computation of
relaxed pessimistic solutions to MPECs, 186-206

Glenn M. Fung and Olvi L. Mangasarian, Privacy-preserving linear and
nonlinear approximation via linear programming, 207-216

Saman Babaie-Kafaki, Erratum to: Scaled memoryless BFGS preconditioned
conjugate gradient algorithm for unconstrained optimization, 217-219

Forthcoming papers and complete table of contents for the journal OMS:

Instructions for Authors and Online sample copy:

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