In the framework of the 2016 special fall quater at Institut Henri Poincarè (IHP) "Numerical Methods for PDEs" there will be a workshop on "Recent Developments in Numerical Methods for Model Reduction" (November 7-10, 2016) co-organized by Ecole des Ponts-ParisTech (CERMICS), Politecnico di Milano (MOX) and SISSA (mathLab).
LATIN AMERICAN POLICY OF SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT AND PERSPECTIVES OF COLLABORATION WITH EUROPE AND ITALY
INSTITUTIONAL SEMINAR BY PROF. GALILEO VIOLINI
Sissa Colloquium with Carlo Rovelli
The functional and genetic pathways of the influence of Intelligence on economic and strategic behavior
SISSA colloquium by Aldo Rustichini, Department of Economics, University of Minnesota
Speaker: prof Paolo Rossi – Dipartimento di Fisica – Universita’ di Pisa
The meeting is part of a series of conferences started in 2001 that was intended to be a place where to discuss recent results and research perspectives on nonlinear hyperbolic PDEs. This 11th meeting meeting wishes to be the occasion to celebrate the 60th birthday of Alberto Bressan. For this reason, the program will consist of invited talks by former students, collaborators and friends of Alberto on topics of nonlinear hyperbolic PDEs and variational analysis. The conference will start on Monday June 13th at 9:00, and will end on Friday June 17th at 13:00.
The workshop "Advances in the Mathematical Analysis of Material Defects in Elastic Solids" will take place at SISSA from June 6th to June 10th, 2016 in Aula Magna.
It will focus on the mathematical analysis of dislocations, plasticity, damage, and fracture. The most recent results on these subjects will be discussed combining different expertise and perspectives.
The workshop is organised in the framework of the ERC project "Quasistatic and Dynamic Evolution Problems in Plasticity and Fracture".
SISSA colloquium with Henry Kennedy of INSERM, Lyon
Reduced Order Methods in Computational Fluid Dynamics: state of the art and perspectives COST EU-MORNET
This mini-workshop is organized in the framework of COST, European Union Cooperation in Science and Technology, action TD 1307, EU-MORNET, European Union Model Order Reduction Network.
The mini-workshop topics deal with reduced order methods in computational fluid-dynamics and related aspects: domain decomposition, coupled physics (elasticity and porous media), interfaces, optimization, control, inverse problems, industrial applications, benchmarks test cases, parametrizations, sensitivity analysis, etc.