NA Digest, V. 21, # 47

NA Digest Sunday, December 19, 2021 Volume 21 : Issue 47

Today's Editor:

Daniel M. Dunlavy
Sandia National Labs

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From: Michail Todorov
Date: December 18, 2021
Subject: AMiTaNS'22, Bulgaria, Jun 2022

The Euro-American Consortium for Promotion of the Application of
Mathematics in Technical and Natural Sciences is pleased to announce
its Fourteenth Conference AMiTaNS'22 to be held in Bulgarian Black Sea
resort Albena. The conference will be scheduled in plenary and keynote
lectures followed by special and contributed sessions. The accents of
the conference will be on Mathematical Physics, Solitons and Transport
Processes, Numerical Methods, Scientific Computing, Continuum
Mechanics, Applied Analysis, Applied Physics, Biomathematics, which
can be complemented by some specific topics in contributed special
sessions. If you are interested in attending AMiTaNS'22 please
prepare a short abstract within 300 words clearly stating the goal,
tools, fill out the online Application form.

Conference URL:

From: Jan Holland
Date: December 16, 2021
Subject: Associate Editor Position, Springer Nature, Germany

Springer is seeking to appoint an Associate Editor to manage a
portfolio of Mathematics journals within a strategic framework
determined by the Editor. The ideal candidate will possess excellent
communication skills, both oral and written, as building and
maintaining strong working relationships with authors,
Editors-in-Chief, Associate Editors and other partners, both external
and internal, is essential to this role.

This fixed term position will initially be limited to one year
(parental leave cover). Extension is possible.

Please refer to our online application system:
for more information on this role and on the application process.

From: Lars Ruthotto
Date: December 15, 2021
Subject: Fellow Position, Comp Math for Data Science, Emory Univ

The Department of Mathematics at Emory University invites applications
for its Emory Research/Teaching Fellows program in computational
mathematics for data science. Appointments are normally for two years,
with the possibility of renewal for a third year. The maximum teaching
load is two courses per semester with the possibility of a
reduction. Positions are subject to the availability of funds.

Applicants must have (or soon receive) a Ph.D. in Mathematics or a
closely related field and show evidence or promise of excellence in
teaching and research.

The successful applicants are expected to collaborate with their
faculty mentors on research projects at the intersection of scientific
computing, inverse problems, and machine learning. In addition to a
strong background in numerical analysis and scientific computing,
applicants with an interest in machine learning, deep neural networks,
reinforcement learning, and active learning are preferred.

The Department of Mathematics provides a vibrant research environment
and the successful applicants will have the opportunity to interact
with the existing Research Training Group as well as the Research
Experience for Undergraduates and Teachers site on Computational
Mathematics and Data Science. For more details about the research
activity in Emory's Scientific Computing Group see and for
general information about the Department of Mathematics visit

Emory University is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative
action employer. Women, minorities, people with disabilities, and
veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Emory University is
committed to student and faculty diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Applications should be sent via Interfolio at Appointments will be effective
for the fall semester of 2022. Screening starts immediately and will
continue until positions are filled. For full consideration, the
following materials should be sent by January 31.

From: Vanessa Peinhart
Date: December 16, 2021
Subject: University Assistant Position, Univ of Graz

The Institute of Mathematics and Scientific Computing of the
University of Graz is looking for an University Assistant with
doctorate (m/f/d), 40 hours a week, fixed-term employment for 6 years,
position to be filled as of now.

Your duties: Research in the field of continuous, infinite-dimensional
optimization (analysis and numerics); Collaboration in major projects
of the institute; if appropriate, own acquisition of third-party
funding; Conducting courses and examinations, including in the area of
optimisation/ numerics; Collaboration in the supervision of students;
Possibility to work on a relevant habilitation or qualification for a

For further information please visit our webpag

For application please use the following link:

From: Francesc Font
Date: December 16, 2021
Subject: Postdoc Position, Industrial Mathematics, CRM, Spain

The Industrial Mathematics Research Group at the Centre de Recerca
Matematica in Barcelona is seeking candidates for a Spanish Ministry
funded Post-Doctoral position. The project will focus on the removal
of environmental contaminants via sorption (examples include carbon
capture, water or biofuel purification) and modelling green roofs.
Desired skills: mathematical modelling, experience in solving
advectiondiffusion equations, numerical techniques. The work will be
carried out in collaboration with experimental groups in Spain and
South Africa. More info in:

From: Bangti Jin
Date: December 16, 2021
Subject: Postdoc Positions, CUHK, Hong Kong

The Department of Mathematics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
invites the application for two postdoc positions in applied and
computational mathematics, to work with Prof. Bangti Jin, in the
following areas: inverse problems, numerical analysis and machine
learning. Candidates must have obtained a PhD preceding the start
date of appointment in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Computer
Science, Statistics, or related fields, and have a strong background
and track record of accomplishment in inverse problems, numerical
analysis or machine learning. The review of applications will start on
January 15, 2022, and will continue until the positions are filled,
but early application is strongly encouraged.

Further details of the positions and the application procedure can be
found at the following link:

From: Mathias J. Krause
Date: December 15, 2021
Subject: PhD or Postdoc Position, KIT, Germany

At the Institute of Mechanical Process Engineering and Mechanics (MVM)
and the Institute of Applied and Numerical Mathematics (IANM) at the
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) we are looking for a Research
assistant for our team Lattice Boltzmann Research Group. Within the
scope of a research project on modelling and simulation and of
turbulent (particulate) fluid flows, a full-time position is to be
filled temporarily. After familiarisation, remuneration is paid
according to TV-L, E 13. There is the possibility of a doctorate.

Besides enjoying scientific problem analysis as well as mathematical
and/or process engineering problems and/or computer science, we expect
you to have good programming skills, initiative, imagination and good
communication skills in written and spoken German and English. Great
importance is attached to working in a team.

The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology strives to increase the
proportion of women and therefore particularly welcomes applications
from women. Severely handicapped applicants will be given preferential
consideration if they are equally qualified.

Please send applications with the usual documents, preferably
electronically in a pdf file, to

Dr. Mathias J. Krause
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Lattice Boltzmann Research Group

From: Xian-Ming Gu
Date: December 17, 2021
Subject: CFP, Fast Matrix and Tensor Computations, ERA

Electronic Research Archive (ERA), formerly known as Electronic
Research Announcements in Mathematical Sciences, publishes original
and expository full-length research articles of significant advances
in all branches of mathematics, applied mathematics and related

GEM has established Topical Collections to highlight important topics
in the journal. The Topical Collection on recent advances in "Fast
Matrix and Tensor Computations" edited by Xian-Ming Gu, Junfeng Yin,
Bruno Carpentieri and Yong-Liang Zhao provides an overview of the
progress in this rapidly developing area, to identify current
challenges, and to present and discuss new approaches. The topics
covered include but are not limited to matrix computations, numerical
linear algebra with applications, tensor analysis and computations,
low-rank matrix and tensor approximations, randomized matrix
algorithms, parallel-in-time methods and numerical (fractional) PDEs.

In addition, submissions of overview papers reporting on significant
progress in the field are highly encouraged. The guest editor of this
Topical Collection invites interested authors to submit their
contributions to ERA ( starting
December 1, 2021 until June 30, 2022 and to spread this "Call for
Papers" to other colleagues active in this area. In particular, if the
contributions are submitted before December 31, 2021, there is NO any
APC (see for

Click the link below to see the detailed information of this special

From: Alex Barnett
Date: December 16, 2021
Subject: Contents, Adv Comput Math (ACOM), 47 (6)

High-resolution signal recovery via generalized sampling and
functional principal component analysis. Milana Gataric

A family of C1 quadrilateral finite elements.
Mario Kapl, Giancarlo Sangalli, Thomas Takacs

The hot spots conjecture can be false: some numerical
examples. Andreas Kleefeld

Optimal error estimates for Legendre expansions of singular functions
with fractional derivatives of bounded variation. Wenjie Liu, Li-Lian
Wang, Boying Wu

Essentially optimal finite elements for multiscale elliptic eigenvalue
problems. Pham Quy Muoi, Wee Chin Tan, Viet Ha Hoang

A fast and oblivious matrix compression algorithm for Volterra
integral operators. J. Dolz, H. Egger, V. Shashkov

A divergence-free weak virtual element method for the Navier-Stokes
equation on polygonal meshes. Gang Wang, Feng Wang, Yinnian He

A deterministic algorithm for constructing multiple rank-1 lattices of
near-optimal size. Craig Gross, Mark A. Iwen, Lutz Kammerer, Toni

Correction to: Exponential mean-square stability properties of
stochastic linear multistep methods. Evelyn Buckwar, Raffaele

Riemannian optimization for phase retrieval from masked Fourier
measurements. Huiping Li, Song Li

A chemorepulsion model with superlinear production: analysis of the
continuous problem and two approximately positive and energy-stable
schemes. F. Guillen-Gonzalez, M. A. Rodriguez-Bellido,
D. A. Rueda-Gomez

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