CSE Seminar Benefits of Hierarchy and Adaptivity - Summer 09

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Term
Summer 09
Lecturer
Dr. Michael Bader, Dr. Miriam Mehl
Time and Place
block seminar (see below for schedule)
Audience
Computational Science and Engineering, 2nd semester
Tutorials
-
Exam
-
Semesterwochenstunden / ECTS Credits
2 SWS (2S) / 4 Credits
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Preliminary Sessions

Seminar Topics

Participants Topic Advisor
Narek Melik-Barkhudarov Sparse Grids and Financial Problems as an Application Example Miriam Mehl
Sarpkan Selcuk Multigrid Algorithms on Spacetree Grids Michael Bader
Daniel Kleine-Albers Parallelisation on Octrees Using Space-Filling Curves Michael Bader
Javier Enciso Moreno Using the Peano Curve for Parallelisation Miriam Mehl
Kaveh Rahnema Error Estimators for Dynamical Adaptivity Miriam Mehl
Mohammad Golam Zilani Suman Advancing Front Methods Michael Bader


Schedule

Session Date Time Room
Opening Session Wed, May 6 09:00-10:00 room 02.07.023
HowTo Review & Presentation Wed, May 27 09:00-10:00 tba
Presentations 1 & 2
(Melik-Barkhudarov, Rahnema)
Fri, June 26 12:00-14:00 tba
Presentations 3, 4 & 5
(Selcuk, Kleine-Albers, Enciso Moreno)
Mo, June 29 14:00-16:30 tba
Presentation 6
(Suman)
Wed, July 1 08:00-10:00 tba

Seminar Outline

Each student will give one presentation (approx. 45 minutes) in the seminar. In addition to her or his talk, each student will have to prepare a short paper (8-10 pages), which will be reviewed by two other seminar participants. The paper and the two reviews will, in addition to the talk, be considered to determine the final grade.

Deadlines

  • deadline for paper: Mon, May 25, 2009.
  • deadline for review: Mon, June 15, 2009.
  • deadline for final paper: Mon, June 29, 2009

Presentations

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