Advances in Numerical Linear Algebra: Celebrating the 60th Birthday of Nick Higham, 6-8 July 2022
This international workshop focuses on numerical linear algebra (NLA) and will bring together researchers working in NLA to discuss current developments, challenges in the light of evolving computer hardware and the changing needs of applications, but most importantly to celebrate the 60th birthday of Nick Higham.
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- Zhaojun Bai (University of California, Davis) – video
- Michele Benzi (Scuola Normale Supriore)
- Erin Carson (Charles University) – video
- Rob Corless (Unviersity of Western Ontario) – video
- Jim Demmel (University of California at Berkeley) – video
- Jack Dongarra (University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge Laboratory and University of Manchester) – video
- Alan Edelman (MIT) – video
- Max Fasi (University of Durham) – video
- Melina Freitag (University of Potsdam) – video
- Andreas Frommer (University of Wuppertal) – video
- Sven Hammarling (University of Manchester)
- Des Higham (University of Edinburgh) – video
- Ilse Ipsen (North Carolina State University) – video
- Fabienne Jezequel (Sorbonne University) – video
- Daniel Kressner (EPFL – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne) – video
- Phillip Knight (Strathclyde University) – video
- Theo Mary (Sorbonne University and CNRS) – video
- Volker Mehrmann (Berlin Institute of Technology) – video
- Beatrice Meini (University of Pisa) – video
- Steve Mackey (Western Michigan University)
- Christian Mehl (TU Berlin) – video
- Yuji Nakatsukasa (University of Oxford) – video
- Vanni Noferini (Aalto University)
- Dennis Sherwood (Silver Bullet Machine)
- David Silvester (University of Manchester) – video
- Nick Trefethen (University of Oxford) – video
- Paul Van Dooren (Catholic University of Louvain) – video
- Andrew Wathen (University of Oxford) – video
- Margaret Wright (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University) – video
- Krystyna Ziętak – video
- Charlie Van Loan (Cornell University) (after dinner speaker)
- Nick Higham (University of Manchester) – video
Schedule and Abstracts
There will be a conference dinner held at 7pm on Thursday 7th July, with a reception from 6pm. Details will be announced to registered participants who indicated they would like to attend at registration. There is the possibility of inviting a partner/spouse/children to the dinner. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
On Wednesday 6th July, the conference will not be providing dinner. Please see this doc for some local dining suggestions
All talks will take place in Frank Adams Room 1 in the Alan Turing Building of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Manchester. The building is 20 minutes walk from the city centre and 15 minutes walk from Piccadilly or Oxford Road train stations; see how to get here.
To register use the following link:
The deadline for registration is 6th June 2022. Places are limited so please register as soon as possible. Invited speakers in the list above should not register.
While there is no option to contribute a talk, it is possible to contribute a poster. Please indicate this when you register.
Student and Early Career Funding
There is some funding available for students and early career researchers. Send an email to email@example.com before 6th June to enquire. Participants presenting a poster will be prioritised. Please send a CV, poster title (if applicable) and requested funding amount. Confirmation of funding will be made by 10th June.
The organizers are Stefan Güttel, Sven Hammarling, Stephanie Lai, Françoise Tisseur and Marcus Webb.