URL for the World Wide Web:
From: Gil Strang <Gil.Strang@comlab.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Sun, 10 Dec 95 15:09:00 GMT
Subject: New Book, Wavelets and Filter Banks
WAVELETS AND FILTER BANKS Gilbert Strang and Truong Nguyen
Publication 1/96 by Wellesley-Cambridge Press
This new textbook by Gilbert Strang and Truong Nguyen offers a clear and
easy-to-understand introduction to two central ideas -- filter banks for
discrete signals, and wavelets. The connections are fully explained -- the
wavelet is determined by a choice of filter coefficients. All important
wavelet properties (orthogonality or biorthogonality, symmetry, accuracy
of approximation, and smoothness) come from specific properties of the
filters. The text shows how to construct those filters and wavelets.
We emphasize the usefulness of linear algebra.
The applications are very widespread -- and they continue to develop rapidly.
The book gives a direct approach to signal processing and image processing
through filter banks that iterate on the lowpass filter (this is the wavelet
idea). Blocking and ringing artifacts are analyzed, along with many MATLAB
applications. Wavelets and Filter Banks is written for the very broad
audience that uses these ideas:
Digital Signal Processing and Speech Processing
Image Processing including Medical Imaging
Scientific and Engineering Applications
Students and Professionals (wanting to understand wavelets!)
Please write to email@example.com for the Table of Contents and for
information about ordering by email.
The Table of Contents and Guide to the Book are also in our homepage:
This book is the course text for the Tampa wavelet workshop, January 13-15.
For more information abourt the workshop, please send the message Workshop
The book is also closely linked with the Wavelet Toolbox for MATLAB that
MathWorks will announce in early 1996.
Wellesley MA 02181
From: Rob Schreiber <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 1995 14:41:37 -0800
Subject: Change of Address for Rob Schreiber
I have resigned from RIACS and moved to H.P. Labs.
My new location:
HP Labs 3L-5
1501 Page Mill Road
Palo Alto, CA 94304-1126
phone: 415 857-8156
fax: 415 857-8508
From: Alfred Inselberg <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Dec 1995 20:25:55 +0200 (GMT+0200)
Subject: Change of Address for Alfred Inselberg
Alfred Inselberg has left IBM Research and is now at
Tel Aviv University (CS Dept). He can be reached via
From: Nick Trefethen <lnt@CS.Cornell.EDU>
Date: Sat, 16 Dec 1995 17:25:26 -0500
Subject: Pseudospectra of Linear Operators
A new survey paper "Pseudospectra of linear operators" is available --
Nick Trefethen, Cornell University
From: Peter Spellucci <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 1995 18:20:45 +0100
Subject: New SQP Optimization Software Available
To anyone concerned with continuous optimization:
I just have completed work on a new implementation of a SQP-method,
which forms the successor of my code "donlp" in netlib/opt. The new
version, being capable of solving problems with a much higher number
of constraints is immediately available for everyone from netlib in
the directory netlib/opt/donlp2.
Have fun in using it (hopefully) .
From: Mohamed Othman <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 95 09:59:48 SST
Subject: Seeking Multigrid Code
Does anyone have or know a C-code version of the MULTIGRID METHOD
for PDEs on Sun SPARCstations or anything which comes close to it.
Many thanks in advance.
Mohamed Othman e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Computer Science e-mail:email@example.com
University Pertanian Malaysia fax :03-9432508
43400 UPM Serdang Selangor
From: Sam Subbey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 1995 11:33:38 +0100
Subject: Semi-infinite Optimization
Are there any Fortran codes for semi-infinite optimization? l need these
codes in my present research.
l will like to come into contact with any graduate students working on
semi-infinite optimization problems.
My interest is Volterra equation of the first kind.
From: Trini Flores <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 95 16:47:50 EST
Subject: Deadline for SIAM Annual Meeting
1996 SIAM Annual Meeting
July 22-26, 1996
Kansas City, Missouri
Deadline for submission of contributed abstracts:
JANUARY 9, 1996
Send submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
From: Guido Kanschat <Guido.Kanschat@IWR.Uni-Heidelberg.De>
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 1995 10:31:05 +0100
Subject: European Conference on Numerical Mathematics
2nd European Conference on Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications
September 29 - October 3, 1997
After ENUMATH-95 has been held at Paris, September 18-22, 1995, there seems
to be a growing interest in having a periodical forum for discussion on
topics in Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications. Hence, a sequel
conference, ENUMATH-97, will be organized during the week Sept. 29 - Oct.
3, 1997, at the University of Heidelberg, Germany. The local organizers are
H.G. Bock and R. Rannacher.
The conference aims to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion
of recent results and new trends in Numerical Mathematics and its
applications with special emphasis on contributions from Europe. Leading
experts and other actively working scientists are invited to present their
results and views in lectures, mini-symposia and panel discussions. The key
point of the conference is the theoretical analysis of numerical methods
and algorithms as well as their applications to challenging scientific and
industrial problems. Numerical Mathematics progresses through close
interaction between numerical analysts, applied mathematicians and other
researchers engaged in mathematical modelling and scientific computing.
Special attention will be given to multi-disciplinary applications of
numerical mathematics and to new algorithmical approaches.
The Program Committee of ENUMATH 97 consists of:
6. Brezzi (Italy), R. Glowinski (France/USA), Yu. Kuznetsov (Russia), J.
Periaux (France), and R. Rannacher (Germany).
The following scientists have agreed to serve on the Scientific Committee:
O. Axelsson (The Netherlands), N. Bakhvalov (Russia), H.G. Bock (Germany),
C. Canuto (Italy), P. Deuflhard (Germany), M. Dryja (Poland), I.S. Duff
(Great Britain), M. Feistauer (Czech Republic), W. Hackbusch (Germany), R.
Jeltsch (Switzerland), C. Johnson (Sweden), U. Langer (Austria), R. Lazarov
(Bulgaria/USA), P. Le Tallec (France), Y. Maday (France), J.-F. Maitre
(France), K.W. Morton (Great Britain), P. Neittaanmki (Finland), O.
Pironneau (France), A. Quarteroni (Italy), J.M. Sanz-Serna (Spain), W.
A more detailed 1st announcement will be sent out in April 1996. For
further information respond either to this e-mail address
(email@example.com) or to the Fax-No.
++49-(0)6221-56-5634, or check our WWW-page
From: C. J. Budd <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 95 9:34:14 MET
Subject: Bath-Bristol NA Day
Bath, Bristol Numerical Analysis Day
5th. January 1996, University of Bath
This year the annual (and free!) joint meeting between the numerical analysts
at Bath and Bristol will take place in Bath University, room
6E 2.2. Our guest speaker this year is Prof. Andrew Stuart (Stanford)
who also used to be on the staff at Bath. The meeting will end with a
meal in the City of Bath for whoever wants to come (on their own expense).
All are welcome to attend.
The speakers include:
Prof. A.M.Stuart (Stanford) `A probabalistic convergence proof
for software for initial-value problems.'
Prof. C.J.Budd (Bath) `Optimal monitor functions
for two-point boundary value problems.'
Dr. Y. Tourigny (Bristol) `A new mesh algorithm for the
finite element solution of variational problems.'
Dr. P. Lin (Bath) `Euler Characteristic Galerkin methods
for hyperbolic conservation laws'
Dr. J. Brandts (Bristol) `Similarities in superconvergence
for standard and mixed element methods.'
Dr. I. Graham (Bath) `Domain decomposition preconditioning
for elliptic problems with highly discontinuous coefficients
on unstructured grids'
The University of Bath is situated on Claverton Down to the South East
of Bath. There is ample car parking on site and the university is a ten
minute bus ride (no. 18) from the main station.
From: Bruce Wade <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 1995 10:30:16 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Midwest Numerical Analysis Day
Midwest Numerical Analysis Day
University of Wisconsin-- Milwaukee
Call for Participants
Organizers: Tzu-Chu Lin, David Schultz and Bruce Wade
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
PO Box 413, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201-0413
The 1996 Midwest Numerical Analysis Day will be held on
Saturday, April 27, 1996 at the University of Wisconsin--
Milwaukee. There will be presentations in the morning and
afternoon. If you are interested, please notify us by
sending an e-mail message to
or by writing to David Schultz at the the above address.
If you would like to give a talk, please send a title and,
if possible, an abstract by March 31, 1996. If you would
like to organize a special session, please contact us as
soon as possible.
Information concerning the conference will be available on the
World Wide Web at
or through anonymous ftp at
ftp.uwm.edu in the subdirectory pub/Math/NAday
Information on the city of Milwaukee can be obtained at
We will maintain an e-mail list of prospective participants and
send a tentative program in early April. By special request
we can send the same list via regular U.S. mail.
There is no registration fee.
We look forward to meeting you at the
Midwest Numerical Analysis Day of 1996!
From: Bette Bryne <Bette.Byrne@comlab.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 95 12:23:50 GMT
Subject: CFD Careers Symposium at Oxford
INSTITUTE FOR COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
Final year undergraduates and postgraduates in
are invited to a
to be held at Oxford University
Tuesday, 9th January 1996
PRINCIPAL CFD EMPLOYERS WILL GIVE PRESENTATIONS
BUFFET LUNCH and REFRESHMENTS provided FREE
From: Steven Leon <SLEON@umassd.edu>
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 1995 13:10:25 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: ATLAST Linear Algebra Workshops
ATLAST 1996 Linear Algebra Workshops
ATLAST is an NSF Project to Augment the Teaching of Linear Algebra
through the use of Software Tools. The project will offer two
faculty workshops on the use of software in teaching linear algebra
during the summer of 1996.
Workshop participants will learn about existing software for linear
algebra and will be trained in the use of the MATLAB software package.
Attendees will design classroom lessons that incorporate computer
software making use of ATLAST materials that were developed in previous
workshops. These materials will be included in the forthcoming "ATLAST
Book of Computer Exercises" (Prentice-Hall, Fall, 1996). Participants will
also learn to design computer exercises and lab projects for inclusion
in the ATLAST database and possible inclusion in future editions of the
The ATLAST Project provides room and board for participants attending
The project was conceived by the Education Committee of the International
Linear Algebra Society (ILAS). Steven J. Leon of the ILAS Education
Committee is serving as the ATLAST Project Director and the Assistant
Director is Richard Faulkenberry. Both are in the Mathematics Department
of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. The ATLAST project is
funded by a National Science Foundation Faculty Enhancement grant.
This is the fifth year of ATLAST workshops. Over 350 faculty members
have participated in the twelve workshops given during the summers of
1992, '93, and '95. A number of these participants were invited to attend
an advanced workshop in 1994. A second advanced workshop is now being
planned. Workshop evaluations and follow-up surveys clearly show that the
ATLAST program has been a rousing success. We are confident that the
'96 workshops will be equally well received.
Summer 1996 ATLAST Workshops
Workshop site: Salve Regina University, Newport, Rhode Island
Workshop dates: June 12--15, 1996
Workshop Presenter: Dr. Steven Leon, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Workshop site: University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA
Workshop dates: July 24--27, 1996
Workshop Presenter: Dr. Lila Roberts, Georgia Southern University
All teachers of undergraduate linear algebra courses at colleges or
universities in the USA are invited to apply for the ATLAST workshops.
The deadline for applications is March 21, 1996. Late applications
will be accepted on a space available basis. Each workshop will be
limited to thirty participants. A screening committee will review
applications and notify applicants of its decisions by the beginning
of April. For instructions on applying contact:
Steven J. Leon
ATLAST Project Director
Department of Mathematics
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
North Dartmouth, MA 02747-2300
Telephone: (508) 999-8320
FAX: (508) 999-8901
From: Dugald Duncan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 1995 18:40:18 GMT
Subject: Grid Adaptation in Computational PDEs
First Call for Papers for the Conference:
Grid Adaptation in Computational PDEs:
Theory and Applications
1st - 5th July 1995, Edinburgh, Scotland
The conference is being organised by the International Centre for
Mathematical Sciences (ICMS), with the aim of bringing together
theoreticians and practitioners in the field of grid adaptation in
PDEs to present and discuss new results and trends. The meeting
will consist of a day of expository seminars given by some of the
main speakers, followed by a series of invited and contributed sessions.
The main speakers will include:
M. Baines (UK) R. Bank (USA)
M. Berzins (UK) J. Flaherty (USA)
L. Formaggia (Italy) C. Johnson (USA)
K. Morgan (UK) J.T. Oden (USA)
R. Russell (Canada) J. Verwer (Netherlands)
N. Weatherill (UK)
We are seeking contributed papers for the meeting in all areas of the
analysis and application of adaptive grid techniques for PDEs. A
number of short papers will be accepted for presentation at the
meeting. Prospective contributors should submit a title and short
abstract by e-mail (to email@example.com with subject line "APDE
abstract") in standard LaTeX form according to the following
* Deadline for submitting abstracts: 1st March 1996
* Notification of Acceptance: mid-March
Edinburgh usually enjoys beautiful weather in July, and definitely has
a lively programme of entertainment for visitors. It is easy to get to
by air, rail and road. You can find out more about Edinburgh, the
conference and the ICMS and get on our mailing list via our WWW page
Further announcements and details of registration etc. will follow on
the WWW page given above, by direct mail (if you get on our mailing
list) and in NA Digest. If you do not have WWW access and want to get
on our mailing list, then e-mail your Name, e-mail and postal addresses
to Dugald Duncan at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line "APDE meeting".
The scientific committee:
M. Baines (UK) M. Berzins (UK)
P. Deuflhard (Germany) J. Flaherty (USA)
L. Formaggia (Italy) K. Morgan (UK)
J. Verwer (Netherlands) N. Weatherill (UK)
Local organisation will be by the ICMS and D.B. Duncan of the
Department of Mathematics at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
From: Mei Kobayashi <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 95 13:22:57 JST
Subject: Special Issue on Wavelets
Special issue of the IEICE of Japan Journal (A)
Special issue of the Japanese transactions of the IEICE (A)
(The Engineering Science Society), to be published Dec. 1996
topic: Wavelets: theory and applications
submissions due: April 20, 1996
recommended length: 6-8 pages (when published)
languages: Japanese or English
Author(s) may submit paper in English, please clearly indicate
"wavelets issue in Japanese transaction" on your submission form.
Manuscripts should be sent to:
Publishing office, IEICE JC Bldg. 3-6-22,
Shiba-kouen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105, JAPAN
(4 hard copies or floppy disks only, no electronic submissions)
inquiries: Mutsumi Ohta,
Kanagawa 213 Japan
(within Japan) tel: 044-856-2264 fax: 044-856-2232
(from overseas) tel: +81-44-856-2264 fax: +81-44-856-2232
further info. and a guide is available at http://www.ieice.or.jp/
See "Member Services -FTP services -info-authors -eibunsi/" (English)
Server address: ftp.ieice.or.jp (IP address: 22.214.171.124)
note: authors are obligated to pay page charges
(reprints (100 copies) are included in the charge)
From: Jemery Day <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 1995 15:27:38 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Position at Unviersity of South Australia
LECTURESHIP(S) IN MATHEMATICS
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
The School of Mathematics, University of South Australia, invites
applications to fill two Lecturer Level A positions. One involves an
initial appointment for 5 years with the anticipation that there will be an
opportunity for academic tenure at the conclusion of the contract. (The
other is an 3-year contract, advertised separately, without tenure. Please
indicate if you wish to be considered also for this 3-year position.)
Salary range: $30,145-$40,889 per annum.
Minimum with PhD is $38,092 per annum.
The School of Mathematics has the primary responsibility for the teaching
of mathematics and statistics throughout the university. The school has 22
academic staff, of whom 14 are accommodated on The Levels campus, 6 on the
North Terrace campus and 2 at Whyalla. These two positions will be located
at The Levels, which is approximately 20km north of the centre of Adelaide,
next to Technology Park and adjacent to the planned site of the
Multi-Function Polis (MFP). The school runs its own undergraduate, honours
and postgraduate programs, and also provides extensive and very
particularised service teaching to other faculties.
Applicants for these two positions must have a postgraduate research degree
in Mathematics or equivalent, lecturing experience, good communication
skills, and experience in the use of computer software in the Mathematics
field. Applicants must also have a demonstrable capability to participate
in research and consulting in one or more of the following areas:
* environmental modelling
* operations research
* scheduling and control
* industrial mathematics
In addition, desirable criteria include expertise in the mathematics of
signal processing, image processing and/or systems theory; or expertise in
Further information about the duties and selection criteria for these two
positions, and about the School of Mathematics are available on the WWW
There you can also obtain information about the University of South
Australia and The Levels campus. Otherwise, you can contact the Head of
School, Len Colgan, via:
Telephone: +61 8 302 3038
Fax: +61 8 302 3381
Intending applicants must obtain the information package relevant to this
position, under reference AS95/64. This can be accomplished by writing to:
Mrs Diana Paice
University of South Australia
Underdale SA 5032
Alternatively, you can contact Mrs Paice via:
Telephone: +61 8 302 6314
Fax: +61 8 302 6947
Please specify the School of Mathematics position.
Applications close 5.00pm, Tuesday, 23 January 1996.
You must provide the name, address, facsimile number and email address of 3
persons from whom confidential references may be sought.
To assist the selection committee make a decision on the positions,
applicants are strongly advised to address each essential and desirable
The University is an equal opportunity employer.
From: Mark Arnold <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 1995 16:04:21 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Position at University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
The Department of Mathematical Sciences invites applications for
a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor
commencing Fall 1996. We are seeking applicants with expertise
in nonlinear dynamical systems (including partial differential
equations) or a closely related field. Applicants must show strong
research promise and possess excellent communication skills for
teaching mathematics at all levels. The applicant's potential
for interaction with current faculty will also be considered.
To apply, submit an AMS Standard Cover Sheet (on the web at
http://e-math.ams.org or by anonymous ftp at e-math.ams.org/pub)
and a curriculum vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the address below.
In addition, arrange for three letters of recommendation to be
Dynamical Systems Search Committee
Department of Mathematical Sciences
301 Science-Engineering Bldg.
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
Screening of complete applications will begin February 20,
1996 and continue until the position is filled.
General information about the University of Arkansas and the
Department of Mathematical Sciences may be found on the Web at
The University of Arkansas is an Affirmative Action/Equal
From: Richard C. Allen <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Dec 1995 17:32:50 -0700
Subject: Position at Sandia National Laboratories
Applied Mathematical Sciences
Sandia National Laboratories
The Computational Sciences, Computer Sciences and Mathematics Center
at Sandia National Laboratories invites outstanding candidates to
apply for the 1996 Applied Mathematical Sciences (AMS) Research Fellowship.
The Fellowship is supported by the Mathematical, Information, and
Computational Sciences Division at the U.S. Department of Energy. AMS
Fellowships at Sandia provide an exceptional opportunity for innovative
research in scientific computing on advanced architectures. Candidates must
have recently earned a Ph.D. degree or the equivalent and have a strong
interest in advanced computing research.
The Center maintains strong research programs in a variety of areas,
including analytical and computational mathematics, discrete
mathematics and algorithms, computational physics and engineering, and
advanced systems software and tools. A unique parallel computing
environment is supported which includes a 1,872-processor Intel
Paragon, a 1024-processor nCUBE 2, and a 64-processor Intel IPSC/860.
A 9000-processor Intel computer is currently being acquired.
Preference will be given to candidates applying in the fields of
numerical analysis, computational science and parallel algorithm
development. Application areas of interest include, but are not limited
to, seismic processing (including inverse problems), numerical partial
differential equations, and optimal parallel I/O.
The fellowship appointment is for a period of one year and may be
renewed for a second year. It includes a highly competitive salary,
moving expenses, and a generous professional travel allowance.
Applicants should send a resume, a statement of research goals, and
three letters of recommendation to: Richard C. Allen, Jr., Sandia National
Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM 87185-1110. The closing date for applications
is February 23, 1996, although applications will be considered until the
fellowship is awarded. The position will commence during 1996.
For further information contact Richard C. Allen, Jr., at 505-845-7825
or by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/H.
From: Greg Ammar <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 1995 22:51:00 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Position at Northern Illinois University
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Anticipated assistant professorship with a specialization in applied
wavelet analysis. The successful candidate will be well versed
in both the theory and applications of wavelets. Ph.D. or equivalent
and strong potential in research and teaching required.
Application (vita), transcripts, three letters of reference, and
a description of research program should be sent to:
Applied Wavelet Analysis Position, c/o Professor William D. Blair, Chair,
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Northern Illinois University,
DeKalb, IL 60115 by February 29, 1996. NIU is an Equal Employment
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and recognizes dual career issues.
From: Dan Sorensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 1995 13:08:41 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Positions at Rice University
Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
The Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics invites
applications for one senior and two junior level tenure track
positions at competitive salaries commencing in the fall of 1996.
The senior position will be at the associate or full professor level
depending on experience and qualifications. A candidate for this position
must have established an exceptional research record in the formulation,
analysis and implementation of computational methods for partial differential
equations. In addition to a strong commitment to research, there
should be a demonstrated commitment to teaching at the undergraduate
and the graduate level and a desire to direct Ph.D. Theses.
The junior positions will be at the assistant professor level.
Applications are welcome from all areas of computational and applied
mathematics. However, preference will be given to applicants who work
in partial differential equations or in nonlinear optimization.
Also, preference will be given to those who demonstrate ability and desire
to conduct interdisciplinary research with the current faculty.
Candidates must have a Ph.D., a demonstrated potential for excellence
in research and a strong commitment to teaching. One of the junior
positions may be upgraded to the associate level in case of an
Rice University is a private research university with a long tradition of
excellence in undergraduate science and engineering education. The
Computational & Applied Mathematics Department hosts research programs in
Linear and Integer Programming, Numerical Optimization, Numerical Linear
Algebra, Parallel Computing, Optimal Design and Inverse Problems for
Partial Differential Equations.
Applicants should send a letter of application, a brief statement
of research accomplishments interests and goals, a curriculum vitae
and selected reprints and have three letters of recommendations sent
Chair, Staffing Committee
Computational & Applied Mathematics Department-MS 134
6100 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77005-1892
Review of applications will begin on 10 Jan 96 and continue until
the positions are filled.
Rice University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
From: Chris Johnson <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 1995 16:54:12 -0700
Subject: Position at University of Utah
University of Utah
Department of Computer Science
Applications are invited for a tenure-track position in the Department of
Computer Science at the University of Utah. Outstanding candidates in all
areas of computer science will be considered, and must fit well with
departmental research and faculty. Commensurate with the department's
existing high-quality research program, a record of excellence in research
and a strong commitment to teaching are required. Applicants should have
or expect to receive an earned doctorate, or equivalent, in Computer
Science or a closely related field by August 1996. The position is
available starting September 1996. Send Curriculum Vitae and names and
addresses of at least three references to: Faculty Recruiting Committee,
c/o Shawn W. Darby, Department of Computer Science, 3190 MEB, University of
Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112. Applicants will be reviewed starting
February 15, 1996. The University of Utah is an Equal Opportunity,
Affirmative Action Employer and encourages nominations and applications
from women and minorities, and provides reasonable accommodation to the
known disabilities of applicants and employees.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Utah is among the top
computer science research departments in the United States. Active
areas of research include:
* Computational Engineering and Science
* Computer Aided Geometric Design and Computer Graphics
* Computer Architecture and Asynchronous Systems
* Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval
* Numerical and Scientific Computation
* Parallel Programming
* Robotics and Computer Vision
* Software Engineering and Languages
* Virtual Reality and Teleoperation
* VLSI Design Methods and CAD
The quality of research in the department is also evidenced by a high level
of research funding, including $10,000,000 in external research funds
expended by the department in the 1994-1995 year. In addition, the
Department of Computer Science is a member of the NSF Science and
Technology Center in Computer Graphics and Visualization, which supports
collaboration on a national level among five computer graphics and modeling
groups: Brown, California Institute of Technology, Cornell, North Carolina
at Chapel Hill, and Utah.
From: Rob Bisseling <Rob.Bisseling@math.ruu.nl>
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 1995 17:45:58 +0100
Subject: Postdoctoral Postion at Utrecht University
POSTDOC position in Computational Science available at
Utrecht University, the Netherlands
1 year - starting as soon as possible
Project: Parallel Toolbox for Quantum Molecular Dynamics
The aim of this project is to develop and implement efficient
and portable tools for the solution of the time-dependent Schrodinger
equation on a massively parallel computer
and to use these tools in a quantum molecular dynamics application.
All tools will be based on the Bulk Synchronous Parallel (BSP) model,
which promises to deliver both portability and scalability.
The tools will be developed and tested on a network of workstations,
and then used on various massively parallel computers.
Candidates for this position should have a PhD
in an area of computational science, preferably with
experience or interest in parallel computing.
Applications should be sent, before January 6, by email or regular mail to:
Rob H. Bisseling | email: Rob.Bisseling@math.ruu.nl
Utrecht University | telephone: +31 30 2531481
Department of Mathematics | telefax: +31 30 2518394
P.O. Box 80010, 3508 TA Utrecht |
The Netherlands |
From: Faisal Saied <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 1995 15:30:50 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at the University of Illinois
Scalable Pseudorandom Number Generator Library
We would like to invite outstanding candidates to apply for a
post-doctoral position available at the University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign. We are looking for a Computer Science or
Computational Physics PhD to participate in an ARPA funded project
related to parallel pseudorandom number generation. Pseudorandom
number generators are the foundation of stochastic methods used for a
wide variety of problems in natural and social sciences, industry,
financial services, the military, etc. The aim is the development,
parallelization and testing of a pseudorandom number generator
library, with particular attention to both portability and scalability
across parallel architectures. In addition, a set of utilities for
efficient polynomial computations is to be developed. A knowledge of
C is necessary, experience with parallel computing (e.g. MPI or PVM)
is desirable and familiarity with stochastic simulations would be a
plus. The project involves an interdisciplinary team of researchers
from the Dept. of Physics UIUC, the Institute for Defense Analyses,
the Dept. of Computer Science UIUC, and NCSA. The Urbana-Champaign
campus is a vibrant research environment and for a self-motivated
individual this project will be an excellent opportunity for
intellectual growth. The project will last for 2 years.
Applicants should send a CV, a list of publications and the names of
at least three references to Prof Faisal Saied, email@example.com,
Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign, 1304 W Springfield Ave, Urbana, IL 61801.
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Date: Mon, 11 Dec 95 11:01:30 EST
Subject: Contents, SIAM Applied Mathematics
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics
FEBRUARY 1996 Volume 56, Number 1
Numerical Study of Bifurcations by Analytic Continuation of a Function Defined
by a Power Series
P. G. Drazin and Y. Tourigny
Biorthogonal Series Solution of Stokes Flow Problems in Sectorial Regions
S. A. Khuri
Maximal Effective Diffusivity for Time-Periodic Incompressible Fluid Flows
Igor Mezic, John F. Brady, and Stephen Wiggins
Notes on the Eigensystem of Magnetohydrodynamics
P. L. Roe and D. S. Balsara
Band-Gap Structure of Spectra of Periodic Dielectric and Acoustic Media. I.
Alex Figotin and Peter Kuchment
Dissolution Effects in Transport in Porous Media
Angela Pawell and Klaus-Dieter Krannich
A Delay Equation Representation of Pulse Circulation on a Ring in Excitable
Marc Courtemanche, James P. Keener, and Leon Glass
A Diffusion Model for AIDS in a Closed, Heterosexual Population: Examining Rate
Denise E. Kirschner
Alexander I. Katsevich and Alexander G. Ramm
Approximate Inverse Geophysical Scattering on a Small Body
Alexander I. Katsevich and Alexander G. Ramm
Inverse Schrodinger Scattering on the Line with Partial Knowledge of the
An Inverse Problem for the Symmetric Tridiagonal Quadratic Pencil with
Application to Damped Oscillatory Systems
Yitshak M. Ram and Sylvan Elhay
Frustration, Stability, and Delay-Induced Oscillations in a Neural Network Mode
Jacques Belair, Sue Ann Campbell, and P. van den Driessche
Beyond Effective Medium Theory: Pulse Stabilization for Multimode Wave
Propagation in High-Contrast Layered Media
Pawel Lewicki, Robert Burridge, and Maarten v. de Hoop
Asymptotic Expansions of Singularly Perturbed Systems Involving Rapidly
Fluctuating Markov Chains
R. Z. Khasminskii, G. Yin, and Q. Zhang
Affine Invariant Segmentation by Variational Method
C. Ballester, V. Caselles, and M. Gonzalez
End of NA Digest