Plenary speakers

Period 1: December 11-13, 2014

Annalisa Buffa

IMATI “E. Magenes” - CNR, Italy

Isogeometric Analysis, Compatible approximation of PDEs, Maxwell equation and wave propagation, Discontinuous Galerkin methods, Integral equations

Endre Szeméredi

Hungarian Academy of Science, Hungary

Rutgers University, USA

Graph theory, combinatorics and number theory

John Cremona

University of Warwick, UK

Number theory: elliptic curves, modular forms, computational number theory

Mike Shub

CONICET, Argentina and CUNY, USA

Computational complexity of real number algorithms, dynamical systems

Yi Ma

ShanghaiTech University, China, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Computer vision, pattern recognition, high-dimensional data analysis

               Smale Prize Lecture

Period 2: December 15-17, 2014

Arieh Iserles

University of Cambridge, UK

Numerical solution of differential equations, highly oscillatory phenomena and their computation, numerical geometric integration, isospectral flow

Frances Kuo

University of New South Wales, Australia

High dimensional integration and approximation, quasi-Monte Carlo methods

Helmut Pottmann

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia

Applied geometry, computational design

Michael F. Singer

North Carolina State University, USA

Difference and differential algebra, symbolic computation

Pencho Petrushev

University of South Carolina, USA

Nonlinear approximation theory

Stephen Wright

University of Wisconsin

Numerical optimization over real variables: algorithms, theory, applications

Period 3: December 18-20, 2014

Andrei Martínez-Finkelshtein

University of Almería, Spain

Approximation theory, special functions and orthogonal polynomials, mathematical modeling in vision

Benoit Perthame

Pierre et Marie Curie University and CNRS, France

Multiscale modeling in life sciences, applied partial differential equations

David Cox

Amherst College, USA

Algebraic geometry, commutative algebra, geometric modeling, number theory, and the history of mathematics

Ricardo Nochetto

University of Maryland, USA

Free boundary problems and geometric PDE: finite element methods, a posteriori error analysis, adaptivity, and applications

Raúl Tempone

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia

Numerical Analysis, computational deterministic and stochastic differential equations

Reinhold Schneider

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Hierarchical tensor product representations

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