A posteriori error estimates, adaptivity, and advanced applications
Thursday 4th — Friday 5th May 2017
Inria Paris, 2 Rue Simone Iff*, 12th Arrondissement, Paris, 75012
Jacques-Louis Lions lecture room #2, ground floor, building C.
*: near 43 Rue du Charolais
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A posteriori error estimates and adaptivity for
- nonlinear problems
- evolutionary problems
- high-order discretization methods
- Sören Bartels (Freiburg) – abstract
- Roland Becker (Pau) – abstract
- Claudio Canuto (Turin) – abtract
- Carsten Carstensen (Berlin) – abstract
- Emmanuel Creusé (Lille) – abstract
- Lars Diening (Osnabrueck) – abstract
- Christian Kreuzer (Bochum) – abstract
- Charalambos Makridakis (Sussex) – abstract
- Markus Melenk (Vienna) – abstract
- Pedro Morin (Santa Fe Conicet) – abstract
- Dirk Praetorius (Vienna) – abstract
- Iain Smears (Paris) – abstract
- Rob Stevenson (Amsterdam) – abstract
- Andreas Veeser (Milan) – abstract
- Thomas Wihler (Bern) – abstract
There is no workshop fee. However, registration is compulsory. To register, please send us an email stating your name and institution. Registration provides access to the talks and coffee breaks.
For further details on how to come here, see this page.
***Please remember to bring your personal ID***: ID is required to gain access to the Inria building. To enter the building, you can exchange your ID for a visitors’ badge at the reception desk. Your ID will be given back to you once you return the visitors’ badge on leaving the building.
For any further queries, please contact the organisers.
Last updated: 28 April 2017 (Iain Smears)