First day, Monday, August 22
9:00 Registration.
09:55 Opening.
10:00 Key-note lecture:
Prof. Ulrich Langer (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Institute for Computational Mathematics, Austria)
“The Multiharmonic Finite Element Method for the Simulation and Optimal Control of Parabolic Problems”
11:00 Dirk Pauly (Universitat Duisburg-Essen, Fakultat fur Mathematik, Campus Essen, Germany)
“Functional A Posteriori Error Estimates for Static Maxwell Problems”
11:20 Coffee break.
12:00 Tatiana Samrowski (Institut fur Mathematik, Universitat Zurich, Switzeralnd)
“Estimates of dimension reduction errors for stationary reaction-diffusion problems”
12:20 Sabrina Gippert (Universitat Duisburg-Essen, Fakultat fur Mathematik, Germany)
“On a FETI-DP domain decomposition method for linear elasticity problems with compressible and incompressible material components in 3D”.
12:40 Svetlana Matsulevich (St.Petersburg State Politechnical University, Russia)
“Reliable method for solving some evolutionary problems”.
13:00 Lunch.
15:00 Hong Wang (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland)
“A fast meshless method for compressible flows”.
15:20 Kirill Terehov (Institute of Numerical Mathematics of Russian Academy of Science, Russia)
“Parallel implementation of method of free surface flow simulation on adaptive octree cartesian grid”.
15:40 Anna Borich (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia)
“A posteriori error estimation of calculation two-dimensional system of shock within the framework of the Euler equations”.
16:00 Olga Lebedeva (Institute of Numerical Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)
“Eigensolvers based on tensor approximations in TT and QTT formats”.
16:20 Coffee break.
17:00 Sergey Alyaev (University of Bergen, Norway)
“Multiscale investigation for non-Darcy’s flows”.
17:20 Maria Churilova (St.Petersburg State Politechnical University, Russia)
“Mesh adaptations based on functional type a posteriori error estimates with a Raviart-Thomas approximation”.
17:40 Alexey Muzalevski (St.Petersburg State Politechnical University, Russia)
On error estimates for approximate solutions of problems in the theory of thermoelasticity
18:00 Welcome party.
Second day, Tuestaday, August 23
10:00 Key-note lecture:
Prof. Rolf Stenberg (Aalto University, Finland)
“Finite element methods for the Brinkman problem”
11:00 Olli Mali (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland)
“Analysis of errors caused by incomplete knowledge of material data in mathematical models of elastic media”.
11:20 Coffee break.
12:00 Juha Jeronen (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland)
"Uncertain data in dynamics of an axially moving panel: a statistical approach".
12:20 Tytti Saksa (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland)
"Dynamics of axially moving viscoelastic panels".
12:40 Marjaana Nokka (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland)
"A posteriori estimates for Uzawa type methods in the theory of incompressible fluids".
13:00 Lunch.
15:00 Mikhail Skopenkov (IITP RAS, KAUST, Russia)
"Convergence of the cotangent scheme for solution of the Dirichlet boundary value problem".
15:20 Yuriy Semerich (Department of Applied and Higher Mathematics of the Penza State University, Russia)
"The R-functions method for mathematical modeling of field propagation in the coaxial gyrotron".
15:40 Walk through city center, Peter and Paul fortress.
18:30 Bout trip.
Third day, Wednesday, August 24
10:00 Key-note lecture:
Prof. Alex Klawonn (Universitat Duisburg-Essen, Fakultat fur Mathematik, Germany)
"Deflation and Projector Preconditioning in iterative substructuring methods: Connections and new results".
11:00 Immanuel Anjam (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland)
"Estimates of uncertainty errors for a magnetostatics problem".
11:20 Tatiana Dobroserdova (Lomonosow Moscow State University, Russia)
"Modelling of the atherosclerosis influence on hemodynamics".
11:40 Santtu Salmi (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland)
"PDEs motivated by financial applications".
12:00 Coffee break.
12:40 Round table discussion.
13:40 Closing.
14:00 Trip to Petergof (Summer residence of the Russian Royal Family).

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