Growing demand for numerical solutions in scientific computing (modeling, simulation, data analysis, optimization problems in many application fields) requires ever-higher algorithmic and computational performance.
It has been shown in many cases that the advancement of mathematical algorithms has increased the arithmetic performance clearly more than the improvements of computer hardware.
The KoMSO workshop puts particular emphasis on the advancement of efficient numerical procedures. Presentations of new out-of-the-box algorithmic solutions for scientific computing are invited.
It is the purpose of this workshop to bring together the creators and developers of new, optimal fast mathematical algorithms and the industrial users of these tools. Requirements, application fields, needs, and benefits of effort-saving fast algorithms will be presented.
This event is jointly organized by KoMSO, Konstanz University and the Robert Bosch GmbH, and co-sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
November 17 - 18, 2016
Bosch Bosch GmbH / Corporate Research, Robert-Bosch-Campus 1, 71272 Renningen, Germany
Registration for the workshop is on a first come, first served basis and SPACE IS LIMITED
Michael Dellnitz (Paderborn University)
Jörg Fehr (University of Stuttgart)
Michael Hinze (University of Hamburg)
Stefan Kurz (Robert Bosch GmbH)
Volker Mehrmann (TU Berlin)
Michael Rieger (BASF SE)
Karsten Urban (Ulm University)
Winfried Keiper (Robert Bosch GmbH)
Anja Milde (KoMSO)
Stefan Volkwein (University of Konstanz)
Filming and Photography:
Photography and filming of sessions and participants will be undertaken at the workshop and may be displayed online after the event. Photos will be taken at sessions and social events and may be used in future promotional activities both print and online. If you have any concerns please speak to KoMSO staff at the workshop registration desk on site or email the KoMSO team.