- Today's Editor:
- Daniel M. Dunlavy
- Sandia National Labs
- dmdunla@sandia.gov

- Announcing Sollya 4.0
- New Books, Network Approximation
- New Book, Overconvergence in Complex Approximation
- Lecturer Position, Software Engineering, Cranfield Univ
- MIP2013, USA, Jul 2013
- High Performance Computing, Switzerland, Aug 2013
- Analyzing Animal Vocal Communication, USA, Oct 2013
- Mid-Atlantic NA Day, USA, Nov 2013
- Tenure Track Positions, Mathematics, Aalto Univ, Finland
- Tenure Track Positions, Utrecht Univ
- Faculty Position, Numerical Analysis, Laval Univ, Quebec
- Postdoc Position, Bioengineering Inst, New Zealand
- Postdoc Position, Lawrence Berkeley Nat. Lab.
- Postdoc Position, Mesoscale Materials Modeling, Sandia National Labs
- Contents, Num Mathematics: Theory, Methods and Appl, 6(2)
- Contents, Communications in Computational Physics, 13(4)
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From: Sylvain CHEVILLARD <sylvain.chevillard@inria.fr>

Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 10:21:17 +0200

**Subject: Announcing Sollya 4.0**

We are pleased to announce the release of Sollya 4.0 available for

download at: http://sollya.gforge.inria.fr/

Sollya is both a tool environment and a library for safe

floating-point code development. It offers a convenient way to perform

computations with multiple precision interval arithmetic. It is

particularly targeted to the automatized implementation of

mathematical floating-point libraries (libm).

This 4.0 release is the result of a 2 year effort to bring, amongst

others, the following enhancements and improvements:

* A new, easy-to-use Sollya library C interface that will be

maintained in the future.

* Lots of performance and stability optimizations.

* New commands and functions, such as a rigorous univariate

Chebyshev Model procedure.

Sollya is free software, released under Cecill-C (LGPL like) license.

Please feel free to test and comment on the new release; feature

requests are always welcome, too. Interested users might also want to

subscribe to the sollya-users mailing list at

https://lists.gforge.inria.fr/mailman/listinfo/sollya-users

Kind regards, the Sollya team:

Sylvain Chevillard (APICS team, INRIA, France),

Christoph Lauter (PEQUAN team, UPMC, Paris, France),

and Mioara Joldes (MAC team, LAAS, CNRS, France)

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From: SGU <algk@ngs.ru>

Date: Sun, 16 Jun 2013 04:20:23 -0400

**Subject: New Books, Network Approximation**

Books present theory and application of network approximation for

densely packed high-contrast continuum media and systems of closely

places bodies.

The problem of asymptotic of harmonic capacity (permittance) of

systems of closely places bodies was solved.

A.A. Kolpakov and A.G. Kolpakov "Capacity and Transport in Contrast

Composite Structures: Asymptotic Analysis and Applications." CRC

Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2010 335p. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0175-8 Available at

http://crcpress.com/utility_search/search_results.jsf?conversationId=218306

Publisher review

Is it possible to apply a network model to composites with conical inclusions?

How does the energy pass through contrast composites?

Devoted to the analysis of transport problems for systems of densely

packed, high-contrast composite materials, Capacity and Transport in

Contrast Composite Structures: Asymptotic Analysis and Applications

answers questions such as these and presents new and modified

asymptotic methods for real-world applications in composite materials

development.

A mathematical discussion of phenomena related to natural sciences and

engineering, this book covers historical developments and new progress

in mathematical calculations, computer techniques, finite element

computer programs, and presentation of results of numerical

computations.

Introductory course in network approximation theory

L.Berlyand, A.G. Kolpakov, A. Novikov "Introduction to the Network

Approximation Method for Materials Modeling." Series: Encyclopedia of

Mathematics and its Applications (No.148) Cambridge University Press,

2013.

http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item6920740/?site_locale=en_GB

Publisher review

In recent years the traditional subject of continuum mechanics has

grown rapidly and many new techniques have emerged. This text provides

a rigorous, yet accessible introduction to the basic concepts of the

network approximation method and provides a unified approach for

solving a wide variety of applied problems. As a unifying theme, the

authors discuss in detail the transport problem in a system of

bodies. They solve the problem of closely placed bodies using the new

method of network approximation for PDE with discontinuous

coefficients, developed in the 2000s by applied mathematicians in the

USA and Russia. Intended for graduate students in applied mathematics

and related fields such as physics, chemistry and engineering, the

book is also a useful overview of the topic for researchers in these

areas.

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From: "Gal Sorin" <galso@uoradea.ro>

Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2013 10:59:32 +0300

**Subject: New Book, Overconvergence in Complex Approximation**

OVERCONVERGENCE IN COMPLEX APPROXIMATION, by Gal, Sorin G.

Springer, New York, 2013, 196 pages

Hardcover ISBN 978-1-4614-7097-7

Link to the Web page of the book :

http://www.springer.com/mathematics/analysis/book/978-1-4614-7097-7

This monograph deals with the quantitative overconvergence phenomenon

in complex approximation by various operators. The book is divided

into three chapters. First, the results for the Schurer-Faber

operator, Beta operators of first kind, Bernstein-Durrmeyer-type

operators and Lorentz operator are presented. The main focus is on

results for several q-Bernstein kind of operators with q > 1, when the

geometric order of approximation 1/q^n is obtained not only in complex

compact disks but also in quaternion compact disks and in other

compact subsets of the complex plane. The focus then shifts to

quantitative overconvergence and convolution overconvergence results

for the complex potentials generated by the Beta and Gamma Euler's

functions. Finally quantitative overconvergence results for the most

classical orthogonal expansions (of Chebyshev, Legendre, Hermite,

Laguerre and Gegenbauer kinds) attached to vector-valued functions are

presented. Each chapter concludes with a notes and open problems

section, thus providing stimulation for further research. An extensive

bibliography and index complete the text.

Prof. dr. Sorin G. Gal, galso@uoradea.ro,

http://webhost.uoradea.ro/galso

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From: Debbie Pillar <hr@cranfield.ac.uk>

Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 04:55:33 -0400

**Subject: Lecturer Position, Software Engineering, Cranfield Univ**

Cranfield University, UK

School of Engineering, Engineering Computing Department

Lecturer in Software Engineering for Technical Computing

£39,163 to £43,653 per annum

The Engineering Computing Department in the School of Engineering, has

established a first class reputation for computational science and

engineering covering both a range of engineering applications and work

in HPC and advanced computing environments. We receive funding from

several industrial organisations and the EPSRC.

We are looking for an established academic, with a proven track record

of research and teaching, to help develop our activities in the field

of Software Engineering for Technical Computing. You will develop and

deliver programmes in software engineering – obvious areas are:

automatic testing, parallel computing, GPGPU programming; other

specialisms may be of interest. It is critical that there is synergy

between the computer science activities and engineering applications

work existing in the Department and elsewhere in the School of

Engineering. The Department runs an MSc programme: Computational and

Software Techniques in Engineering with options in CAD/CAE, DSIP, ACEA

and Software Engineering for Technical Computing; this MSc attracts

approximately 100 students each year. In addition to the research and

consultancy activity you will be responsible for the option in SETC

option and will be expected to develop this activity and collaborate

with the ACEA and other options.

You will join an academic group of researchers and lecturers involved

in various aspects of advanced computational engineering applications

and work in HPC and advanced computing environments. Experience of

leading programmes and winning funding in the SETC area and working

with applications specialists will be a definite advantage.

For further details please contact Dr Karl Jenkins, Course Director,

E: k.w.jenkins@cranfield.ac.uk or Prof Chris Thompson, Head of

Department, E: chris.thompson@cranfield.ac.uk

Apply online now at www.cranfield.ac.uk/hr or contact us for further

details on E:hr@cranfield.ac.uk or T: +44 (0)1234 750111

ext. 2343. For any enquiries, please quote reference number 1429.

Closing date for receipt of applications: 17 July 2013

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From: Jim Luedtke <jrluedt1@wisc.edu>

Date: Fri, 7 Jun 2013 09:41:07 -0400

**Subject: MIP2013, USA, Jul 2013**

Date: July 22-25, 2013

Location: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Web site: https://events.discovery.wisc.edu/mip2013

Registration deadline: July 8, 2013

Hotel block cutoff: June 21, 2013

You are cordially invited to participate in the upcoming Mixed Integer

Programming workshop (MIP 2013). The 2013 Mixed Integer Programming

workshop will be the tenth in a series of annual workshops held in

North America designed to bring the integer programming community

together to discuss very recent developments in the field. The

workshop is especially focused on providing opportunities for junior

researchers to present their most recent work. The workshop series

consists of a single track of invited talks. A list of confirmed

speakers is available at the workshop web site.

The workshop is designed to provide ample time for discussion and

interaction between the participants, as one of its aims is to

facilitate research collaboration. Thanks to the generous support by

our sponsors, registration is free. You can register now through July

8 at https://events.discovery.wisc.edu/mip2013/registration/

The workshop will also feature a poster session in the evening of

July 22. The list of posters can be found at

https://events.discovery.wisc.edu/mip2013/posters/ .

There will also be a workshop dinner in the evening of July 23.

MIP 2013 Organizing Committee, mip2013@discovery.wisc.edu

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From: Peter Arbenz <arbenz@inf.ethz.ch>

Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2013 21:47:34 +0200

**Subject: High Performance Computing, Switzerland, Aug 2013**

42th SPEEDUP Workshop on High Performance Computing,

August 29/30, 2013, at Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), Switzerland

The intention of this workshop is to present and discuss the

state-of-the-art in high-performance and parallel scientific

computing. Presentations will focus on algorithms, applications, and

software issues related to high-performance parallel computing. The

focus of the workshop on Thursday Aug 29 will be on Adaptive Mesh

Refinement (AMR). Adaptivity in general hampers load-balance. The

scientific program of Aug 29 consists of six 45-minute talks and a

poster session. Please encourage your collaborators to upload an

abstract. The deadline is Aug 18, 2013.

The scientific program on August 29 consists of six 45-minute talks

and a poster session. Invited Speakers are

* Carsten Burstedde (U of Bonn)

* Ann Almgren (Lawrence Berkeley NL)

* Francesco Miniati (ETH Zurich)

* Martin Kronbichler (TU Munich)

* Rolf Krause (USI Lugano)

* Marie-Christine Sawley (Intel Exascale Lab Paris)

On August 30 we will organize a full-day tutorial on the Intel Xeon

Phi (aka Intel MIC). It will be taught by Herbert Cornelius (Intel).

A hands-on session is included.

Details can be found at http://www.speedup.ch/ .

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From: Catherine Crawley <ccrawley@nimbios.org>

Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2013 09:39:56 -0400

**Subject: Analyzing Animal Vocal Communication, USA, Oct 2013**

The National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis

(NIMBioS) is now accepting applications for its Investigative

Workshop, "Multidisciplinary Approaches to Analyzing Animal Vocal

Communication Sequences," to be held October 21-23, 2013, at NIMBioS.

The aim of this workshop is to bridge the gap between mathematical and

biological researchers with an interest in the quantitative analysis

of animal vocal sequences. Recent developments in the mathematical

analysis of complex animal communication have generated opportunities

to understand the functional aspects of animal vocalizations, their

role in social organization, and ultimately to explore the origins and

evolution of human language. Until now, however, the collaboration

between mathematicians/computer scientists and biologists/zoologists

in this field has been very limited. We aim to define the state of the

art in this field, explore new horizons for collaboration, and provide

new techniques through a synthesis of the mathematical and biological

approaches to communication analysis. We will also use this unique

gathering to define some of the key questions that need to be posed to

address ultimate and proximate hypotheses about behavior, in the

context of animal vocal communication systems.

Location: NIMBioS at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville

For more information about the workshop and a link to the online

application form, go to http://www.nimbios.org/workshops/WS_vocal

Participation in the workshop is by application only.

Application deadline: June 24, 2013

The National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis

(NIMBioS): http://www.nimbios.org

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From: "Daniel B. Szyld" <szyld@temple.edu>

Date: Sat, 15 Jun 2013 09:38:37 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Mid-Atlantic NA Day, USA, Nov 2013**

The Mid-Atlantic NA Day 2013 will take place at Temple University,

Philadelphia, on Friday 22 November 2013.

The purpose of this one-day meeting is to provide a forum for Graduate

Students and Postdoctoral Fellows, i.e., researchers and practitioners

from the Mid-Atlantic region at the very beginning of their careers,

to exchange ideas in numerical analysis, scientific computing, and

related application areas. More established scientists are encouraged

to attend as well.

Keynote speaker: Marsha Berger, Courant Institute, NYU

Abstract submission deadline is 7 October 2013. There will be no

registration fee, but we ask participants to please register.

Submissions, registration, hotel info and more at:

http://www.math.temple.edu/research/applied/na-day/

Questions? Write to us at naday@temple.edu

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From: Ahti Salo <ahti.salo@aalto.fi>

Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2013 17:52:35 +0300

**Subject: Tenure Track Positions, Mathematics, Aalto Univ, Finland**

Two tenure track or tenured positions in mathematics at Aalto

University, Finland

The positions are located in the Department of Mathematics and Systems

Analysis (math.aalto.fi/en/ <http://math.aalto.fi/en/>) at Aalto

University (http://www.aalto.fi/en/). The main research fields of the

Department are mathematical analysis, numerical analysis, stochastics,

discrete mathematics and systems and operations research. The

appointed candidates are expected to enlarge and strengthen the

research profile of the Department. Both positions include teaching

duties.

Through the first position, the Department seeks primarily to continue

and further strengthen its highly visible profile in the area of

numerical analysis. This area is not narrowly defined and applicants

from related areas of mathematics are also encouraged to apply.

Through the second position, the Department seeks to enrich its

research profile and consequently applications are welcome from all

areas of mathematics.

More information about these positions and the application process is at

http://www.aalto.fi/en/current/jobs/professors/two_tenure_track_or_tenured_positions_in_mathematics/

For information about the Aalto tenure track career system, please

consult http://www.aalto.fi/en/about/careers/tenure_track/

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From: Jason Frank <J.E.Frank@cwi.nl>

Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2013 08:47:27 +0200

**Subject: Tenure Track Positions, Utrecht Univ**

The Mathematical Institute of Utrecht University invites applications

for the positions of

Two assistant professors of Mathematics (tenure-track)

We are searching for one new colleague in the division of Fundamental

Mathematics, whose expertise is in connection with geometry and/or

mathematical physics, in the broadest sense. This comprises, but is

not limited to, algebraic geometry, automorphic forms, differential

geometry, geometric analysis, and non-commutative geometry.

We are searching for another new colleague in the division of

Mathematical Modelling whose expertise is in dynamical systems in

connection with computational mathematics, in the broadest sense. This

comprises, but is not limited to, applied analysis, numerical

bifurcation theory and scientific computing. Areas of

interdisciplinary research include atmosphere/ocean sciences,

computational life sciences and mathematical biology.

The appointments are at the level of assistant professor

(“universitair docent”, lecturer), initially for a period of 5

years. A review takes place after 4 years. In case of a positive

evaluation, the position becomes permanent.

The vacancies are part of an incentive by which twelve tenure track

positions in mathematics will become available at Dutch universities

and research institutes, made possible by the Ministry of Education,

Culture and Science via the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific

Research (NWO).

Utrecht University specifically encourages female candidates to apply.

Closing date for applications: 7 July 2013.

Please visit www.tinyurl.com/mathjobsUU2013 for more details.

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From: Fredeic Gourdeau <frederic.gourdeau@mat.ulaval.ca>

Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2013 13:28:24 -0400

**Subject: Faculty Position, Numerical Analysis, Laval Univ, Quebec**

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics of Université Laval

invites applications for a faculty position in applied mathematics, in

the field of Numerical analysis, and more precisely in Numerical

continuum mechanics. The person hired will play a major leadership

role in GIREF (Groupe interdisciplinaire de recherche en éléments

finis). Preference will be given to an experienced researcher and

hiring will normally be at the rank of associate professor. However,

exceptional applications from young researchers will also be

considered for hiring at the rank of assistant professor. The

appointment would normally start on June 1, 2014.

About Université Laval. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics

(DMS) is in the Faculty of Science and Engineering of Université

Laval, one of the leading research universities in Canada. The DMS

provides an excellent environment for research and teaching. It offers

courses (taught in French) to students in our specialized programs in

Mathematics and Statistics (Bachelor, Masters and PhD), as well as

courses to students in engineering, education, etc. Université Laval

is located in Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the

capital of the province of Quebec. With over 40,000 students, the

university is a stimulating working environment, at the heart of a

metropolitan area of 750,000 inhabitants.

Job Description and Aplications. Your are invited to apply through

mathjobs at https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/jobs/4749. There you will

find a complete job description. You can also visit

http://www.mat.ulaval.ca/carriere/postes-de-professeurs/

Applications must be received by October 31, 2013.

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From: Jichao Zhao <jichao.z@gmail.com>

Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2013 17:50:49 -0400

**Subject: Postdoc Position, Bioengineering Inst, New Zealand **

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Auckland Bioengineering Institute

We have funding for a postdoctoral fellow to work on novel signal

processing tools for analysing the spatio-temporal charactistics of

electrical activity during atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation

is the most common form of heart rhythm disturbance and electrical

activity is mapped clinically to identify regions of the atria that

give rise to it. Preliminary studies at the Auckland Bioengineering

Institute (ABI) indicate that combination of 3D real-time atrial

electrical mapping with wavelet decomposition provides a particularly

effective approach to the problem of substrate identification in

atrial fibrillation.

This post will suit someone who has recently completed a PhD, has

experience in advanced signal processing methods and wishes to apply

this in biomedical research. The successful candidate will work with

Dr. Jichao Zhao as part of a research group in the ABI and the Faculty

of Medical Health Sciences, that is led by Prof. Bruce Smaill. The

post is initially for 12 months, but extension for up to a further one

or two years is possible.

Specific requirements: A Ph.D. in Engineering, Mathematics or Physics

with a strong background in digital signal processing (frequency

domain and wavelet approaches) and a strong background in computer

programming (eg, C/C++, Matlab).

If you have any queries in relation to this position, contact Dr

Jichao Zhao ( 0064-9 923 6505, j.zhao@auckland.ac.nz).

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From: George Pau <gpau@lbl.gov>

Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 08:39:20 -0700

**Subject: Postdoc Position, Lawrence Berkeley Nat. Lab.**

The hydrogeology department of the LBNL's Earth Science Division has

an an immediate opening for a postdoctoral researcher who is

interested in developing reduced order models for earth system models.

The project will explore multiple reduced order modeling techniques

from different disciplines for applications in subsurface flow models

and, subsequently, other submodels within the Community Land Model

(CLM) and Community Earth System Model (CESM). The project will also

develop methods to accurately quantify the modeling errors and

uncertainties of these reduced order models, and study their impacts

on uncertainty quantification. Details of the position can be found

at

https://lbl.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=76060

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From: "Jonathan Hu" <jhu@sandia.gov>

Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 09:23:59 -0700

**Subject: Postdoc Position, Mesoscale Materials Modeling, Sandia National Labs**

The Multiphysics Simulation Technologies Department at Sandia National

Labs is seeking a qualified post-doctoral researcher to support staff

in research on mathematical and computational methods for mesoscale

materials modeling. Research focuses on development of (1) concurrent

multi-model coupling methods to address the challenge of bridging the

spatial and temporal regimes that are individually described by

distinct mathematical and computational models, and (2) fast solvers

for coupled models. Research also includes numerical software

development and numerical experimentation. The selected candidate will

be expected to work in a multi-disciplinary team and to thrive in an

expanding, fast-paced technical environment.

To apply, visit

http://www.sandia.gov/careers/index.html

and search on opening 643540, or use the direct link

http://preview.tinyurl.com/SandiaCM4Postdoc

Regards,

Mike Parks (mlparks@sandia.gov)

Chris Siefert (csiefer@sandia.gov)

Jonathan Hu (jhu@sandia.gov)

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From: Zhonghua Qiao <zqiao@polyu.edu.hk>

Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 04:06:28 -0400

**Subject: Contents, Num Mathematics: Theory, Methods and Appl, 6(2)**

Numerical Mathematics: Theory, Methods and Applications (NMTMA)

http://www.global-sci.org/nmtma

Volume 6, Number 2, 2013

http://www.global-sci.org/nmtma/volumes/v6n2/index.html

Rongpei Zhang, Xijun Yu, Xia Cui, Xiaohan Long and Tao Feng, A New

Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Parabolic Equations with

Discontinuous Coefficient. Numer. Math. Theor. Meth. Appl. 6 (2013),

pp. 325-342.

http://www.global-sci.org/nmtma/volumes/v6n2/pdf/62-325.pdf

Ali Yang, Liantang Wang and Xiaohua Li, A Method for Solving the

Inverse Scattering Problem for Shape and Impedance of Crack.

Numer. Math. Theor. Meth. Appl. 6 (2013), pp. 343-352.

http://www.global-sci.org/nmtma/volumes/v6n2/pdf/62-343.pdf

Yanmei Xue, Ning Bi and Yuan Zhang, Conjugate Symmetric Complex Tight

Wavelet Frames with Two Generators. Numer. Math. Theor. Meth. Appl. 6

(2013), pp. 353-363.

http://www.global-sci.org/nmtma/volumes/v6n2/pdf/62-353.pdf

Ronald D. Haynes, Weizhang Huan and Paul A. Zegeling, A Numerical

Study of Blowup in the Harmonic Map Heat Flow Using the MMPDE Moving

Mesh Method. Numer. Math. Theor. Meth. Appl. 6 (2013), pp. 364-383.

http://www.global-sci.org/nmtma/volumes/v6n2/pdf/62-364.pdf

Jian Deng, Ruo Li, Tao Sun and Shuonan Wu, Robust a Simulation for

Shallow Flows with Friction on Rough Topography.

Numer. Math. Theor. Meth. Appl. 6 (2013), pp. 384-407.

http://www.global-sci.org/nmtma/volumes/v6n2/pdf/62-384.pdf

Cunyun Nie, Shi Shu, Haiyuan Yu and Juan Wu, Superconvergence and

Asymptotic Expansions for Bilinear Finite Volume Element

Approximations. Numer. Math. Theor. Meth. Appl. 6 (2013),

pp. 408-423.

http://www.global-sci.org/nmtma/volumes/v6n2/pdf/62-408.pdf

Yunxia Wei and Yanping Chen, A Spectral Method for Neutral Volterra

Integro-Differential Equation with Weakly Singular Kernel.

Numer. Math. Theor. Meth. Appl. 6 (2013), pp. 424-446.

http://www.global-sci.org/nmtma/volumes/v6n2/pdf/62-424.pdf

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From: Zhonghua Qiao <zqiao@polyu.edu.hk>

Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 04:09:33 -0400

**Subject: Contents, Communications in Computational Physics, 13(4)**

Communications in Computational Physics (CiCP)

Free downloadable -- Volume 13, Number 4, 2013

http://www.global-sci.com/issue/contents/13/issue4.html

Craig Collins, Jie Shen and Steven M. Wise, An efficient, energy

stable scheme for the Cahn-Hilliard-Brinkman system.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 13 (2013), pp. 929-957.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_929.pdf

Mohammad Hossein Bani-Hashemian, Stefan Hellander and Per Lotstedt,

Efficient sampling in event-driven algorithms for reaction-diffusion

processes. Commun. Comput. Phys., 13 (2013), pp. 958-984.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_958.pdf

Guillaume Chiavassa and Bruno Lombard, Wave propagation across

acoustic/Biot's media: a finite-difference method.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 13 (2013), pp. 985-1012.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_985.pdf

Haiyang Gao, Z. J. Wang and H. T. Huynh, Differential formulation of

discontinuous Galerkin and Related methods for the Navier-Stokes

equations. Commun. Comput. Phys., 13 (2013), pp. 1013-1044.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_1013.pdf

Jie Shen, Xiaofeng Yang and Qi Wang, Mass and volume conservation in

phase field models for binary fluids. Commun. Comput. Phys., 13

(2013), pp. 1045-1065.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_1045.pdf

Yumei Huang, Michael Ng and Tieyong Zeng, The convex relaxation method

on deconvolution model with multiplicative noise.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 13 (2013), pp. 1066-1092.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_1066.pdf

Han Wang, Dan Hu and Pingwen Zhang, Measuring the spontaneous

curvature of bilayer membranes by molecular dynamics simulations.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 13 (2013), pp. 1093-1106.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_1093.pdf

Tony W. H. Sheu, L. Y. Liang and J. H. Li, Development of an explicit

symplectic scheme that optimizes the dispersion-relation equation of

the Maxwell's equations. Commun. Comput. Phys., 13 (2013),

pp. 1107-1133. http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_1107.pdf

Jinqing Yu, Xiaolin Jin, Weimin Zhou, Bin Li and Yuqiu Gu, High-order

interpolation algorithms for charge conservation in particle-in-cell

simulations. Commun. Comput. Phys., 13 (2013), pp. 1134-1150.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_1134.pdf

Liang Wang, Zhaoli Guo, Baochang Shi and Chuguang Zheng, Evaluation of

three lattice Boltzmann models for particulate flows.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 13 (2013), pp. 1151-1172.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_1151.pdf

Samih Zein, Benoit Colson and Francois Glineur, An efficient sampling

method for regression-based polynomial chaos expansion.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 13 (2013), pp. 1173-1188.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v13_1173.pdf

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