**Today's Topics:**

- More on Cholesky
- I. J. Schoenberg
- Routine for Roots of Complex Function Wanted
- Looking for Advice on PDE Software/Methods
- Ron Mitchell Birthday Issue of IMA NA Journal
- SIAM Great Lakes Regional Meeting
- IMA Applied Linear Algebra Year, 1991-1992
- SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra
- Conference on Hyperbolic Problems in Sweden
- Conference Announcement -- Parallel CFD 90
- Minority Internship at Argonne
- Two Faculty Positions in Applied Math or CS at U Tulsa
- NA Net Additions

From: Taketomo Mitsui <a41794a@nucc.nagoya-u.ac.jp>

Date: Tue, 20 Feb 90 20:15:47 JST

I wish to thank everyone for their mail and their contributions

to NA Digest about Cholesky. Dr. Le Roux (France) added the

following message:

The family of Cholesky would be established in the west of France

(Vandee or Charente) coming probably from Poland. A student in our

university was from this family who seems to know nothing about this

numerical method.

I now know a great deal about Cholesky's background, thanks to NA-net.

With best regards, T. Mitsui (Nagoya Univ., Japan)

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From: Carl de Boor <deboor@cs.wisc.edu>

Date: Wed, 21 Feb 90 20:25:19 CST

I.J. Schoenberg, eminent mathematician, widely known as the father of splines,

died February 21, after a short illness, in his 87th year.

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From: Fred Kus <FRED%McMaster.CA@Forsythe.Stanford.EDU>

Date: Mon, 19 Feb 90 09:11 EST

Does anyone have a public domain routine for finding the roots of a

complex function, using Muller's method. I would greatly appreciate

receiving a copy.

Thank you.

Fred Kus

FRED@SSCvax.MCMASTER.CA

Computing and Information Services

McMaster University

1280 Main Street W.

Hamiltin, On.

Canada L8S 4K1

(416) 525-9140 ext. 4160

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From: Robin A. Meade <meade@buenga.bu.edu>

Date: 20 Feb 90 00:58:52 GMT

I am working on a project that requires solving a complicated

system of coupled non-linear kinetics-diffusion equations in

ONE DIMENSION. I have almost no background in numerical analysis

and am looking for advice or references on source code that will

help with all or parts of this problem.

I had thought of using the METHOD OF LINES in which the spatial

derivatives are discretized and the resulting ODE's are solved

with an ODE solver package (like LSODI from ODEPACK) that handles

stiff, sparse systems.

However, there seem to be many choices for the method of spatial

discretization (e.g. Crank-Nicolson, Galerkin, B-splines) and I'm

not sure which I should use. Any recommendations for source code

for this step?

I am also looking for references that describe PDE software and

methods. The best I've found so for is "Digital Computer Treatment

of PDE's" by Vemuri and Karplus, Prentice-Hall 1981, and "A

Survey of Software for PDE's" by Machura and Sweet in ACM Trans.

Math Soft. Dec 1980.

If you have advice or suggestions for references, I would greatly

appreciate hearing from you.

Thank you -- Robin Meade email: meade@buenga.bu.edu

Boston Univ. Col. of Eng.

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From: Iain Duff <duff@antares.mcs.anl.gov>

Date: Wed, 21 Feb 90 12:18:12 CST

Many readers of the digest have possibly met or heard of Ron Mitchell, who

of course was responsible for instigating the now famous and popular series

of biennial numerical analysis conferences at the University of Dundee in

Scotland. Ron is 70 in 1991 and a special issue of the IMA Journal of

Numerical Analysis will commemmorate that event. I attach the announcement

that appeared in the recent volume of the journal (volume 10 (1) .. Jan 1990)

and encourage digest readers to bear this in mind when submitting papers.

Commemoration of 70th Birthday of Professor A R Mitchell

A R (Ron) Mitchell celebrates his 70th birthday on 22 June

1991. He has contributed greatly to the development of

numerical analysis for the last 35 years, by his efforts to

promote the subject at both national and international level,

by his outstanding encouragement to young numerical analysts,

and by his leadership of the numerical analysis group at the

University of Dundee. He was the instigator of the Biennial

Conferences on Numerical Analysis at Dundee that have continued

for 25 years and are now regarded as the principal numerical

analysis meetings in Europe. He has also been an Associate

Editor of the IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis since its

inception in 1981. His IMAJNA colleagues and the IMA wish to

show some of their gratitude to Ron, so the October 1991

issue of the Journal will commemorate his 70th birthday.

We will be delighted to receive contributions for this special

issue at any time although submissions should be received before

December 31 1990 in order that we can meet the deadlines for the

October 1991 issue. All such submissions will be refereed in the

usual way, except that a special effort will be made to take

decisions by March 1991 on the publication of papers that are

submitted by December 31 1990.

All numerical analysts are invited to join this commemoration

of Ron's 70th birthday.

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From: Richard Bartels <rhbartels@watcgl.waterloo.edu>

Date: Tue, 20 Feb 90 17:08:25 EST

The Great Lakes Chapter of SIAM will hold a semi-formal, two-day

meeting at the University of Waterloo, March 29+30. Local

hosts will be the Computer Graphics Laboratory and the Institute

of Computer Research. This meeting is the second of a series initiated

by the Great Lakes SIAM Chapter, to help the Great Lakes

Area SIAM members from universities and industry become better

acquainted with each other.

The first day will consist of presentations, demonstrations, and

a laboratory tour by the local hosts to feature work in computer

aided geometric design by the Computer Graphics Laboratory. The

second day will be open for contributed presentations. Lunches and

refreshments will be provided, but attendees must be responsible for

their own travel and lodging.

For information about giving a talk, contact

David A. Field

Mathematics

General Motors Research Laboratories

30500 Mound Road

Warren, Michigan

U.S.A. 48090-9055

(313) 986-1121

dafield@gmr.com

For information about Waterloo, the local hosts, the first day's

plans, and the activities, contact

Richard H. Bartels

Computer Science

University of Waterloo

Waterloo, Ontario

Canada N2L 3G1

(519) 888-4534

rhbartels@watcgl.waterloo.edu

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From: Richard Brualdi <brualdi@math.wisc.edu>

Date: Tue, 20 Feb 90 17:47:35 cst

IMA APPLIED LINEAR ALGEBRA YEAR, 1991-1992

The program at the INSTITUTE for MATHEMATICS and its APPLICATIONS (IMA)

of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis for the academic year

1991-1992 will be on APPLIED LINEAR ALGEBRA. The organizing committee

consists of: R.A. Brualdi, G. Cybenko, A. George, G. Golub, M.B. Luskin

and P. van Dooren. The program for the year is divided into three

parts, corresponding to the fall, winter and spring quarters of the academic

year. This division is one for reasons of emphasizing various important

topics throughout the year. It is expected that there will be considerable

fluidity between the various parts. The description of the three parts is:

I. (September 1991-December 1991): Discrete Matrix Analysis with emphasis

on the mathematical analysis of sparse matrices and combinatorial structure.

II. (January 1992-March 1992): Matrix Computatations with special emphasis

on iterative methods for solving systems of linear equations and eigenvalue

computation of sparse and structured matrices.

III. (April 1992-June 1992): Signal Processing, Systems and Control with

emphasis on the matrix analysis and computations that arise in this area

of application.

Senior people who expect sabbaticals from their institutions in 1991-1992

are encouraged to take them at the IMA. For newer Ph.D.s there are

10 postdoctoral fellowships to be given out. The formal announcement of

the postdoctoral fellowship program (including application procedures)

will be made in September 1991.

Confirmed long term visitors thus far are:

I. September 1991-December 1991: Ake Bjorck, Richard Brualdi, Shmuel Friedland,

Alan George, John Gilbert, Victor Klee, Joseph Liu, Mitchell Luskin.

II. January 1991-March 1992: Adam Bojanczyk, Richard Brualdi, James Demmel,

Gene Golub, Anne Greenbaum, Nicholas Higham, Mitchell Luskin, Robert Plemmons,

G.W. Stewart.

III. April 1992-June 1992: Adam Bojanczyk, George Cybenko, James Demmel,

Gene Golub, Mitchell Luskin, Robert Plemmons, G.W. Stewart, Paul van Dooren.

The preliminary planning stage of four of the six workshops is now complete

and descriptions of them follow. There will also be two workshops in part

III of the program on Linear Algebra in Signal Processing and Linear Algebra

in Control. Announcement of these will be made after the preliminary planning

stage is complete. During the year there may also be one or two minisymposia

on special topics.

Inquiries etc. can be made to Richard Brualdi (brualdi@math.wisc.edu or

na.brualdi@na-net.stanford.edu). Postal address is: Mathematics Department,

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706, USA.

IMA WORKSHOP: SPARSE MATRIX COMPUTATIONS:

GRAPH THEORY ISSUES and ALGORITHMS

organized by

Alan George and John Gilbert and Joseph Liu

October 14-18, 1992

Attempts to solve efficiently very large sparse systems of equations

have spawned a multitude of important and interesting problems.

Some of these problems are numerical, some are combinatorial, some

can be phrased in terms of questions about graphs, and some

are "core computer science" questions, involving the design

and implementation of good (and sometimes provably optimal)

data structures. The purpose of this workshop is to bring

together people who work in sparse matrix computation with

those who conduct research in applied graph theory and

graph algorithms.

The intent of the workshop would be to foster active

cross-fertilization. Those in sparse matrix computation

would have the opportunity to describe some of the outstanding

major graph theory questions that are prompted by sparse

matrix computation. Equally, those in graph theory would have the

opportunity to describe some problems that might be

beneficially attacked through the use of modern sparse

matrix algorithms and technology. Specific topics will include:

chordal graphs, elimination trees, the minimum degree algorithm,

graph separator theory and algorithms, finding independent sets,

graph matching, simulated annealing, clique trees, graph

traversals in sparse matrix computation.

IMA WORKSHOP: COMBINATORIAL and GRAPH THEORETIC

PROBLEMS in LINEAR ALGEBRA

organized by

Richard A. Brualdi, Shmuel Friedland and Victor Klee

November 11-15, 1991

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together the diverse

group of people who work on problems in linear algebra and

matrix theory in which combinatorial or graph-theoretic

analysis is a major component. Specific topics to be covered

include: the use of graph theory and general combinatorial

ideas in matrix analysis, eigenvalue estimates for graphs and

finite Markov chains, qualitative properties of matrices with

applications to chemistry and economics, spectra of

nonnegative integral matrices with application to symbolic

dynamical systems, matrices with some generic entries with

application to systems analysis and controllability, the use

of linear algebraic ideas in the graph isomorphism problem,

and issues of computational complexity as they pertain to the

problems above.

IMA WORKSHOP: LINEAR ALGEBRA, MARKOV CHAINS, and QUEUING MODELS

organized by

James McKenna, Robert J. Plemmons and G.W.Stewart

January 13-17, 1992

Markov chains and queuing models are playing an increasing role

in the understanding of complex systems such as computer,

communication and transportation systems.

Three areas are important in the construction and numerical

solution of these problems: linear algebra, Markov chains,

and queuing network models. The object of this workshop

is to bring together experts from these three areas to

share their different points of view of the subject.

The first two days of the workshop will be devoted to

technical surveys by experts, two from each of the three areas.

The last three days will be devoted to special topics.

All speakers will be asked to furnish a tentative proceedings

paper before the workshop. The survey papers will be

distributed far enough in advance that the people speaking

on special topics can use them in preparing theor papers.

There will be an opportunity for the participants to

organize informal evening sessions.

Among the topics to be treated are

1. Iterative methods for large Markov chains

2. Dealing with the exponential explosion of the state

space in queuing networks.

3. Transient behavior

4. Matrix geometric methods

IMA WORKSHOP: ITERATIVE METHODS for SPARSE and STRUCTURED PROBLEMS

organized by

Gene Golub, Anne Greenbaum, and Mitchell Luskin

February 24-March 1, 1992

Large systems of matrix equations arise frequently

in applications and they have the property

that they are sparse and/or structured.

Important applications await techniques for solving

large nonsymmetric systems of linear equations

and eigenvalue problems. The purpose of this

workshop is to bring together researchers in

numerical analysis and various application areas

to discuss where such problems arise and possible

methods of solution. Problems involving both

convection and dissipation as well as statistical

applications lead to nonsymmetric and indefinite

linear systems and eigenvalue problems. We intend

to explore recent developments in the nonsymmetric

Lanczos/Loewy algorithm, domain decomposition

and substructuring, conjugate gradient - like methods,

preconditioners for nonsymmetric linear systems,

and other new ideas in this area.

Methods that are particularly efficient on modern

computer architectures will be emphasized.

SPECIAL

The last two days of this workshop will be a celebration dedicated

to Gene Golub on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday (Feb. 29, 1992).

This program for this part of the workshop is being arranged by

Jack Dongarra and Paul van Dooren.

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From: Richard Brualdi <brualdi@math.wisc.edu>

Date: Thu, 22 Feb 90 13:17:29 cst

Preliminary Announcement:

Fourth SIAM Triennial Conference on

APPLIED LINEAR ALGEBRA

The fourth conference will be held on September 16-19, 1991

in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The timing and location of the

conference has been chosen to coincide with the beginning of the

year on Applied Linear Algebra at the Institute for Mathematics

and its Applications(IMA) at the University of Minnesota. The conference

hotel, the Radisson University Inn, is adjacent to the campus and

the IMA and some of the sessions of the conference will be held in

the University's new Electrical and Computer Engineering building.

The organizing committee consists of: R.A. Brualdi, D. Carlson,

G. Cybenko, A. George, G. Golub, R. Horn, J. Lewis, M. Luskin,

S. Morgera, G. Styan, and P. van Dooren.

The committee has selected a group of eight distinquished scientists

to highlight the conference with plenary lectures. They are:

A.C. ANTOULAS (Rice University), Matrix functions with applications to

systems theory: Interpolation problems.

A. BJORCK (Linkoping University), Matrix computations and sparsity issues.

M. FIEDLER (Czechoslovakia Academy of Sciences), Combinatorial aspects in

matrix theory.

I. KAPLANSKY (Mathematical Sciences Research Institute-Berkeley), Basis

free methods in linear algebra.

C. van LOAN (Cornell University), The design and analysis of block

matrix algorithms.

G.W. STEWART (University of Maryland), Numerical methods for Markov

chains.

A. WILLSKY (MIT) Multiresolutional statistical signal processing.

M. WRIGHT (A.T.& T. Bell Laboratories), Linear algebra issues in

interior methods.

The banquet will feature a talk by ALAN HOFFMAN of IBM.

Two minisymposia have been invited as "seeds" for suggestions from

the linear algebra community for other minisymposia on topics of

current interest. They are:

Direct Sparse Methods, organized by J. Liu (York University)

Abstract Algebra and its Application to Statistical Signal Processing,

organized by S. Morgera (McGill University).

Suggestions for minisymposia and general inquiries should be directed to:

Richard A. Brualdi (brualdi@math.wisc.edu or na.brualdi@na-net.stanford.edu).

Postal address is Mathematics Department, University of Wisconsin, Madison,

WI 53706.

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From: Bertil Gustafsson <bertil@tdb.sunet.se>

Date: Thu, 22 Feb 90 11:43 +0100

THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HYPERBOLIC PROBLEMS

UPPSALA, SWEDEN

June 11-15, 1990

The objective of the conference is to bring together researchers with interest

in the theoretical, applied and computational aspects of hyperbolic partial

differential equations. Theory of hyperbolic partial differential equations and

in particular nonlinear problems will be discussed. Analysis and applications

of numerical methods will be an important part of the conference. Application

to different fields such as aerodynamics, meteorology, oceanography, elastic

and electromagnetic wave propagation and combustion will be considered.

This is the third in a series of conferences on hyperbolic problems. The first

was held in St. Etienne, France in 1986, the second in Aachen, Federal Republic

of Germany in 1988 and the fourth will take place in Italy 1992.

Professor Heinz-Otto Kreiss will be 60 years old during 1990. The significance

of his contributions to all research areas in hyperbolic problems is well

known. In 1965 he became the first professor in Numerical Analysis at Uppsala

University; this was the first chair in the newly formed Department of

Scientific Computing. It is therefore natural to dedicate this conference to

Professor Kreiss.

ORGANISATION: Department of Scientific Computing, Uppsala University

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Bjorn Engquist, Bertil Gustafsson

CONFERENCE SECRETARY: Lena Jutestahl

REGISTRATION: The registration fee 900 SEK can be paid by check issued to

"Department of Scientific Cmputing". The fee is 1200 SEK if paid after May 1,

1990.

PARTIAL LIST OF SPEAKERS:

H.-O. Kreiss C. Johnson

L. Bengtsson B. Keyfitz

G. Browning P. Lax

J. Cole B. van Leer

J. Douglas P.L. Lions

J.G. Glimm T.P. Liu

D. Gottlieb K.W. Morton

A. Harten S. Osher

W.D. Henshaw P.A. Raviart

T. Hughes A. Rizzi

D. H{nel E. Tadmor

F. John P. Woodward

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE:

C. Carasso B. van Leer

B. Engquist S. Osher

J.G. Glimm M. Pandolfi

B. Gustafsson A. Rizzi

R. Jeltsch Y. Shokin

C. Johnson

LOCATION: The conference will be held in the Main University Building in the

center of Uppsala. The city is located 70 km:s north of Stockholm with easy

access to the Stockholm Airport. Uppsala has old historical traditions dating

back to the Viking time. The university was founded 1477 and is among the

oldest in Europe.

ACCOMODATION: A block of hotel rooms has been reserved at discount prices for

the conference participants. The price range is 600-1000 SEK per day in single

room. Double rooms are also available.

SPONSORS:

Marcus Wallenberg Foundation for International Scientific Cooperation

Swedish Board for Technical Development (STU)

Swedish Research Council for Science (NFR)

Swedish Institute for Applied Mathematics (ITM)

IBM Sweden

SAAB-SCANIA, Aircraft Division

U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFSC)

Aeronautical Research Institute of Sweden (FFA)

If you want to attend the conference or reserve a hotel room

please write to

Lena Jutestahl

Dept of Scientific Computing

Uppsala University

Sturegatan 4B

S-75223 Uppsala

Sweden

Fax: 018-123049; Int: +46 18123049

E-mail: "LENA at TDB.UU.SE"

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From: Horst Simon <simon@wk45.nas.nasa.gov>

Date: Fri, 23 Feb 90 14:50:40 -0800

Conference Announcement:

PARALLEL CFD '90 in Indianapolis, May 6-8, 1990

NASA, Intel, IBM, RIACS, and Indiana University/Purdue

University at Indianapolis (UIPUI) will host the Parallel

Computational Fluid Dynamics 1990 Conference. Parallel CFD

will be held in Indianapolis on the campus of UIPUI from

May 6 to May 8.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE for Parallel CFD:

Enrico Clementi, IBM;

Justin Rattner, Intel;

Richard Blech, NASA-Lewis;

Horst Simon, NASA-Ames;

Spiro Lekoudis, Office of Naval Research;

Richard Sincovec, RIACS;

Antony Jameson, Princeton University;

Anthony Patera, MIT;

Akin Ecer, UIPUI.

PROGRAM

F. Ron Bailey, NASA Ames Research Center will be the keynote speaker.

Invited Presentations:

David Caughey, Cornell University

Block Implicit Multi-grid Solution of the Euler Equations

on Parallel Computers;

Avi Lin, Temple University

Degenerate Parallel Algorithms for Parallel CFD;

Wolfgang Schmidt and Bernhard Wagner, Dornier Luftfahrt

Impact on Aircraft Design of Vector and Parallel CFD Applications;

Pierre Leca, ONERA

Experiments in Parallel CFD Using Distributed Memory Multiprocessors;

J. Michael Summa, Analytical Methods Inc.

Recent CFD Applications in the Automobile Industry;

William Van Dalsem and Horst Simon, NASA Ames Research Center

Recent Experiences and Future Directions in CFD at NASA-Ames.

Panel Discussion:

"Parallel Application Software -- Issues and Answers,"

led by Dan Anderson of Ford Motor Company.

Panelists:

Dennis Gannon, Indiana University;

John Van Rosendale, ICASE Langley;

David Gelernter, Yale University;

Anthony Patera, MIT;

Jacques Periaux, Avions Marcel Dassault;

Ramesh Agarwal, McDonnell-Douglas.

Contributed Papers:

The Parallel CFD organizing committee is soliciting

contributed presentations of 15 minutes on subjects

that will complement the invited papers. Proposed

title and abstract should be sent to

Pat Fox

School of Engineering nad Technology

799 W. Michigan Street

Indianapolis, IN 46202-5160

(317) 274-0806

Registration:

Advance registration ($200) by check or MasterCard/VISA will be

accepted by Pat Fox, Indiana University/Purdue University at

Indianapolis, 799 W. Michigan St., Indianapolis IN 46202 (317-274-0806).

Because registration is limited, advanced registration

is recommended.

Registration at the conference will be $225, and on a first come

first served basis.

Location/Accomodations:

A block of rooms has been reserved at the University Hotel

and Conference Center. Contact the hotel at 1-800-627-2700

to make hotel reservations. Identify yourself as a Parallel

CFD Conference participant to receive the discounted room rate.

The conference will take place in the Unviersity Hotel and

Conference Center, located on the UIPUI campus.

For any questions call Pat Fox at (317) 274-0806.

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From: Rusty Lusk <lusk@antares.mcs.anl.gov>

Date: Mon, 19 Feb 90 16:21:46 -0600

MINORITY INTERNSHIP IN PARALLEL COMPUTING

Mathematics and Computer Science Division

Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne National Laboratory is seeking outstanding candidates to fill a

position in the NSF-sponsored minority internship program in parallel

computation. The position is open to all minorities that are underrepresented

in science and engineering.

Candidates must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents with a strong

background in computing and be interested in acquiring knowledge and

experience in the area of parallel computing.

The goal of the program is to allow current university faculty and

post-doctoral researchers to master techniques and conduct research in

parallel processing. The intern will work with computer scientists in

Argonne's Mathematics and Computer Science Division in numerical and/or

symbolic parallel computing and will use the parallel computers in the

Advanced Computing Research Facility.

The Advanced Computing Research Facility at Argonne contains nine parallel

computers of various architectures, including an Alliant FX/8, Thinking

Machines Inc. CM-2, and BBN TC-2000.

The appointment is for one year. Applications or nominations should be

addressed to Ed Smith, Human Resources, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne,

IL 60439. Applications should include a resume, a statement of career goals,

and the names of three references. The closing date for applications is April

1, 1990. The appointment will begin during 1990.

Argonne is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

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From: J. C. Diaz <diaz@babieco.mcs.utulsa.edu>

Date: Wed, 21 Feb 90 17:52:48 CST

Applied Math or CS Position

UNIVERSITY OF TULSA

Tulsa, OKlahoma

Applications are invited for tenure track positions in

MATHEMATICS and COMPUTER SCIENCE at junior and senior ranks.

Salary is open and competitive Responsibilities include

teaching 6 hours per semester at the undergraduate and

graduate level, continuing scholarly activity, and pursuit

of extramural funding. Minimum qualifications are a Ph.D.

in mathematics, computer science or a related discipline and

a strong commitment to teaching and research. Candidates

with research specialties in Applied Mathematics, Numerical

Analysis, Mathematics of Computation, and Computer Science

are of particular interest. Send vita, transcripts, and

three letters of reference to William A. Coberly, Chairman,

Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences.

Applications will be evaluated beginning February 15, 1990.

Late applications will be accepted until the position is

filled. The University of Tulsa is an Equal

Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

CS Position

UNIVERSITY OF TULSA

The Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences at the

University of Tulsa invites applications for tenure track

positions in Computer Science to begin in September of 1990.

Responsibilities include teaching 6 hours per semester at

the undergraduate and graduate level, continuing scholarly

activity, and pursuit of extramural funding. Minimum

qualifications are a Ph.D. in computer science or a related

discipline and a strong commitment to teaching and research.

Candidates with research specialties in Parallel and

Scientific Computing, Artificial Intelligence, and Computer

Graphics are of particular interest; however, all research

areas will be considered.

The Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences offers

the PhD degree in Computer Science; has ten Sun 3 systems,

two MicroVAX II systems, a BBN Butterfly, and an Intel

Hypercube for faculty and student research; and is a member

of NSFnet and BITnet.

Applications will be evaluated beginning February 15, 1990.

The position will be considered open until filled. Send

vita, transcripts, and three letters of reference to:

William A. Coberly, Chairman; Mathematical and Computer

Sciences; University of Tulsa; 600 S. College; Tulsa, OK

74104. email: coberly@tusun2.mcs.utulsa.edu. The

University of Tulsa has an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative

Action Program for students and employees.

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From: Gene Golub <golub@na-net.stanford.edu>

Date: Fri, 23 Feb 1990 23:30:12 PST

Here are some recent addresses which have been added to NA-net. A complete

list of persons on NA-net can be obtained from netlib.

Gene

IMACS: beauwens@BBRNSF11.bitnet

aboba: Bernard.Aboba@bmug.fidonet.org

academia_sinica: bmadis%beijing@ira.uka.de

agui: AGUI@EMDCCI11.BITNET

alefeld: AE02%DKAUNI2.bitnet@forsythe.stanford.edu

allen:rcallen@cs.sandia.gov

avila: avila@sjsumcs.mathcs.sjsu.edu

awatson: MA05@primea.dundee.ac.uk

axelsson: axelsson@scri1.scri.fsu.edu

baden: baden@csam.lbl.gov

beauwens: ulbg005@BBRNSF11.bitnet

block: IEBLOCK@wharton.upenn.edu

bratvold: bratvold@norunit.bitnet

butcher: butcher@maths.aukuni.ac.nz

callahan: ERVIN%morekypr.BITNET@Forsythe.Stanford.EDU

chun: chunj@ra.crd.ge.com

dee: SEODP%HDEDH1.BITNET@Forsythe.Stanford.edu

degroen:tena2!pieter@relay.EU.net

dhough: hough@ips.ethz.ch

doi: doi@IBL.CL.nec.co.jp

einfeld: Einfeld@sc.zib-berlin.dbp.de

elliott: mt27amg@vm.tcs.tulane.edu

eydeland: alex@smectos.gang.umass.edu

fausett: dfausett@zach.fit.edu

fletcher: r.fletcher@primea.dundee.ac.uk

flores: JFLORES@CHARLIE.USD.EDU

geller: a84687%tansei.cc.u-tokyo.ac.jp

gersztenkorn: zaxg04@gpsb.trc.amoco.com

goldberg: goldberg@parc.xerox.com

greenberg: greenber@titan1.math.umbc.edu

greenstadt:greensta@sjsumcs.SJSU.edu

griewank: griewank@antares.mcs.anl.gov

haber:hendrix@Sun.COM

harvard: na-list@mgh.harvard.edu

hasegawa: hasegawa@fuis.fuis.fukui-u.ac.jp

herbin: raphaele@masg1.epfl.ch

hodel: S_HODEL@ducvax.auburn.edu

huerta: iph@juncal.puc.cl

hull: tehull@na.toronto.edu

ikebe: ikebe@gama.is.tsukuba.ac.jp

iserles: ai%camnum@atmos-dynamics.damtp.cambridge.ac.uk

jea: fjut006%twnmoe10.bitnet@forsythe.stanford.edu

jennings: munnari!madvax.maths.uwa.oz.au!les@uunet.UU.NET

jimack: MTHPJK@VAXA.Heriot-Watt.Ac.UK

jjuang: JJUANG%TWNCTU01.BITNET@Forsythe.Stanford.EDU

jouvelot: jouvelot@ensmp.fr

kahaner: ONRFE@zama-emh1.army.mil

kamath: kamath@vino.enet.dec.com

kanada: kanada@tansei.cc.u-tokyo.ac.jp

kershaw: maa013@central1.lancaster.ac.uk

kriegsmann: G_KRIEGSMANN@nuacc.acns.nwu.edu

kstewart: stewart@sdsu.edu

levesley: mty012@cck.coventry.ac.uk

leyk: leyk@macomb.tn.cornell.edu

liebling: LIEBLING@ELMA.EPFL.CH

lwatson: na.watson@na-net.stanford.edu

maechler: maechler@stat.washington.edu

math_sinica: math@twnas886.bitnet

mathias: mathias@patience.stanford.edu

mcenery: SCMP6012%IRUCCVAX.UCC.IE@Forsythe.Stanford.edu

meir: AMEIR@ducvax.auburn.edu

mitchell: wmitchell@atl.ge.com

niethammer: AF01@DKAUNI2.bitnet

orel: bojan.orel%uni-lj.ac.mail.yu@relay.cs.net

osborne: mro250@csc2.anu.OZ.au

oser: jpbm@athena.umd.edu

osterman: osterman@cmcl2.NYU.EDU

otoole: jotoole@relay.nswc.navy.mil

overton: overton@cs.nyu.edu

parady: garth!apd!bodo@apple.com

peterson: tep@mssun7.msi.cornell.edu

petiton: petiton@cs.yale.edu

pitsianis: schin@ibm.com

ptang: tang@mcs.anl.gov

ringertz: ht_rzu@ffa1.sunet.se

rothblum: rothblum@cancer.bitnet

rwright: wright@uvm.edu

saad: saad@hydra.riacs.edu

sanz-serna: sanzserna@cpd.uva.es

schlick: SCHLICK@ACF1.NYU.EDU

schumitzky: aschumitzky@gamera.usc.edu

shirakawa: shirakaw@ka.tsukuba.ac.jp

smale: smale@cartan.berkeley.edu

spaeht: 040624%DOLUNI1.BITNET@Forsythe.Stanford.edu

springer: springer-07@DCFCM5.DAS.NET

tanabe: tanabe@sun312.ism.ac.jp

tanner: NA%AECLCR.BITNET@Forsythe.Stanford.EDU

tuminaro:tuminaro@cs.sandia.gov

widlund: widlund@math.berkeley.edu

wimp: wimpjet@DUVM.bitnet

yun: dyun@wiliki.eng.hawaii.edu

zarantonello: sergioz@fai.fai.com

zha: zha@na-net.stanford.edu

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