SAMSI QMC Opening Workshop, 8/28– 9/01/ 2017
Penn Pavilion at Duke University, Durham, NC
Applications are now being accepted at http://samsi.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=f8d81ec133891cc606c5dc3af&id=9cd037dc0f&e=873e5bd3a2
The Opening Workshop marks the official start of the 2017-18 SAMSI Program on Quasi-Monte Carlo and High-Dimensional Sampling Methods for Applied Mathematics. The first workshop day consists of tutorials that introduce
QMC methods, followed by a poster reception. The remaining days feature research presentations, discussion panels, and the formation of (virtual) research working groups.
High-dimensional numerical integration and approximation; low discrepancy and other high-dimensional sampling schemes; information-based complexity;
partial differential equations (high-dimensional, random coefficients); digital nets, lattice rules, and their
randomization; as well as applications of QMC to: uncertainty quantification, stochastic wave propagation, Bayesian computations, and industrial problems.
Art Owen (Stanford), Frances Kuo (New South Wales),
Fred Hickernell (Illinois), Pierre L’Ecuyer (Montréal)
Ilse Ipsen, Associate Director of SAMSI
More information is available at: http://samsi.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=f8d81ec133891cc606c5dc3af&id=393be6980b&e=873e5bd3a2
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