On the Frontiers of High Dimensional Computation

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not so random field
  • 4 June 2018 - 15 June 2018
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Organisers: Frances Kuo (University of New South Wales, Australia <f.kuo@unsw.edu.au>), Hans De Sterck (Monash University, Australia), Josef Dick (University of New South Wales, Australia), Mahadevan Ganesh (Colorado School of Mines, USA), Mike Giles (University of Oxford, UK), Markus Hegland (Australia National University, Australia), Dirk Nuyens (KU Leuven, Belgium), Ian Sloan (University of New South Wales, Australia), Clayton Webster (Oak Ridge National Lab, USA), Henryk Wozniakowski (University of Warsaw, Poland, and Columbia University, USA)

Program Description: High dimensional computation is a new frontier in scientific computing, with applications ranging from particle physics, chemical reactions, groundwater flow, heat transport, and wave propagation, to financial mathematics, risk management, and parameter estimation. Often the difficulties come from uncertainty or randomness in the data, and they present major challenges in the areas of data science and uncertainty quantification. This workshop provides a forum for interaction between Australian and international experts on the theory and application of high dimensional computation, including quasi-Monte Carlo and sparse grid methods, information based complexity, discrepancy and approximation theory, computational and Bayesian inverse problems, multi-level and multi-index techniques, energy and point configuration on spheres and manifolds, PDEs with random coefficients or boundaries, and more, with the aim to establish new collaborations.

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Registration:

  • Deadline: 20 May 2018
  • Registration is by invitation only

Participant List:
Ian Sloan (University of New South Wales, Sydney)
Frances Kuo (University of New South Wales, Sydney)
Mahadevan Ganesh (Colorado School of Mines)
Fred Hickernell (Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago)
Dirk Nuyens (Katholieke Universiteit (KU) Leuven)
Sergei Pereverzyev (Johann Radon Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences)
Tiangang Cui (Monash University)
Yuguang Wang (La Trobe University)
Thomas Kühn (Universität Leipzig)
Johann Brauchart (Graz University of Technology)
Stuart Hawkins (Macquarie University)
Clayton Webster (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Alexander Gilbert (University of New South Wales, Sydney)
Yoshihito Kazashi (University of New South Wales, Sydney)
Hrushikesh Mhaskar (Claremont Graduate University)
Ivan Graham (University of Bath)
Mike Giles (University of Oxford)
Wolfgang Wendland (University of Stuttgart)
Leszek Plaskota (University of Warsaw)
Henryk Wozniakowski (University of Warsaw)
Greg Wasilkowski (University of Kentucky)
Rob Scheichl (University of Bath)
Hans de Sterck (Monash University)
Markus Hegland (Australian National University)
Michael Griebel (University of Bonn)
Peter Kritzer (RICAM, Austrian Academy of Sciences)
Kerstin Hesse (University of Paderborn)
Rob Womersley (University of New South Wales, Sydney)
Christoph Aistleitner (Technische Universität (TU) Graz)
Stefan Heinrich (University of Kaiserslautern)
Guannan Zhang (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Giovanni Migliorati (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris)
Yuan Xu (University of Oregon)
Houying Zhu (University of New South Wales, Sydney)
Bishnu Lamichhane (University of Newcastle)
James Nichols (University Pierre and Marie Curie – Paris 6)
Jerome Droniou (Monash University)
Dongwoo Sheen (Seoul National University)
Yuesheng Xu (Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou)
Chaitanya Oehmigara (Chenni) (Australian National University)
Fanzi Meng (Australian National University)
Yuancheng Zhou (Australian National University)
Abhishek Bhardwaj (Australian National University)
Stanislav Polishchuk (Monash University)
Bruce Brown (University of New South Wales, Sydney)

Week 1 Participants

Week 2 Participants


ASSOCIATED EVENTS

MATRIX Wine and Cheese Afternoon 12 June 2018
On the first Tuesday of each program, MATRIX provides a pre-dinner wine and cheese afternoon. Produce is locally-sourced to showcase delicacies from the region.