6th European Seminar on Computing

June 3 - 8, 2018
Pilsen, Czech Republic

Confirmed Keynote Speakers

Tzanio Kolev

(Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, U.S.A.)

Tzanio Kolev is a computational mathematician at the Center for Applied Scientific Computing, where he works on efficient finite element discretizations and solvers for problems arising in various application areas, such as compressible shock hydrodynamics, multi-material ALE simulations, radiation-hydrodynamics and computational electromagnetics. Tzanio is the director of the Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations and the project leader of the MFEM.

Rob Neely

(Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, U.S.A.)

Rob Neely has over 20 years of experience in High Performance Computing and scientific software development. Rob is the Associate Division Leader at the Center for Applied Scientific Comp. (CASC), and leads the Advanced Architecture Software Development project at LLNL, charged with preparing for the era of exascale computing. Rob is actively involved in next-generation platform procurements, co-design activities, and strategic directions for exascale computing.

Krzysztof Podgórski

(Lund University, Lund, Sweden)

Professor Podgorski’s research interests span stochastic processes, computationally intensive methods of statistics, random spatio-temporal fields, non-Gaussian stochastic models, applications to engineering, mathematical finance, environmental sciences, and modelling of sea surfaces. His recent research includes methods of data mining and functional data analysis, both of primary importance in the Big Data problems.

John Whiteman

(Brunel University, London, United Kingdom)

Among Professor Whiteman's research topics are numerical methods for partial differential equations, particularly in the context of solid mechanics. The field is comprised of finite element methods for problems of linear elasticity, elastoplasticity and viscoelasticity. Treatment of viscoelastic fracture problems belongs to industrial applications of the research. Professor Whiteman is a director of the Brunel Institute of Computational Mathematics (BICOM).

Barbara Wohlmuth

(Technical University of Munich, Germany)

The research of Professor Wohlmuth examines the numerical simulation of partial differential equations. Special areas of interest here are discretization techniques, adaptivity, multi-scale solvers and the mathematical modeling of coupled multi-field problems. She is a member of the Executive Board of the Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM) and Chair of the Advisory Board of the Weierstrass Institute for Appl. Analysis and Stochastics.

Scientific Committee

Organizing Committee

Pavel Solin (conference chair)
Javier Morales Castillo (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico), co-chair
Vít Dolejší (Charles University, Prague, Czechia), co-chair
José Luis Galán García (Universidad de Málaga, Spain), co-chair
Stefano Giani (University of Durham, UK), co-chair
Alberto Matteo Attilio Guardone (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), co-chair
Pavel Karban (University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czechia), co-chair
Jaroslav Kruis (Faculty of Civil Engineering, CTU Prague, Czechia), co-chair
Petr Lukáš (Charles University, Prague, Czechia), co-chair
Philipp Neumann (University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany), co-chair
David Pánek (University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czechia), co-chair
Eugenio Roanes-Lozano (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain), co-chair
Sascha Schnepp (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), co-chair

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