The KAUST Research Conference on Divide, Conquer, and Combine Methods in Large-scale Simulation and Analytics, a.k.a. the 28th International Conference on Domain Decomposition Methods (DD28), will be held at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, on the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia, from January 28 to February 1, 2024.
- September 29, 2023 - Minisymposium proposal submission
- October 6, 2023 - Minisymposium acceptance announcement
- October 27, 2023 - Abstract submission for minisymposium and contributed presentations
- November 10, 2023 - Abstract acceptance announcement
- November 15, 2023 - On-campus hotel block released
- December 1, 2023 - Early registration
If you are interested in massively parallel computational modeling, simulation, analytics, and machine learning, then the DD28 conference is for you. The targeted participants are mathematicians, computer scientists, computational scientists, and engineers.
The event is an opportunity to exchange information on the latest trends and scientific, software, and industrial applications of domain decomposition methods. This five-day conference will feature leading international experts from the field and provide networking opportunities.
The late Roland Glowinski originated the international conferences on domain decomposition methods in January 1987. The conference proceedings from the past 27 Domain Decomposition Methods meetings are archived at the ddm.org website. The meeting has evolved beyond its early PDE centricity and has directed focus on large-scale scientific computing, with the same emphases on optimal bases, optimal convergence rates, and optimal parallel scalability.
All technical program events will be held on the academic campus of KAUST - a 40 km² compound on the Red Sea shores in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia.
Participants are invited to propose minisymposia of four talks per session, 25 minutes per talk inclusive of introduction and Q&A (approximately 20 minutes per presentation). For full consideration by the international scientific and the local organizing committees, proposals are due by September 22, 2023.
- Gabriele Ciaramella, Milan Polytechnic
- Giancarlo Sangalli, University of Pavia
- Hamdi Tchelepi, Stanford University
- Heather Wilbur, University of Washington
- Jongho Park, KAUST
- Lulu Liu, Nanjing University of S&T
- Marco Discacciati, Loughborough University
- Martin Lanser, University of Cologne
- Miriam Schulte, University of Stuttgart
- Simone Scacchi, University of Milan
Olof B. Widlund Prize Keynote Lecture
Professor Charbel Farhat of Stanford University is the recipient of the second Olof B. Widlund Prize for Excellence in Domain Decomposition Methods, which will be awarded by the International Scientific Committee at DD28. Professor Farhat will deliver the keynote lecture.
Local Organizing Committee
- KAUST President Dr. Tony Chan, Honorary Chair
- Prof. David Keyes, Co-chair
- Prof. Jinchao Xu, Co-chair
- Prof. Daniele Boffi
- Prof. Gabriel Wittum
- Dr. Stefano Zampini
International Scientific Committee
- Axel Klawonn, University of Cologne
- David Keyes, KAUST
- Hyea Hyun, Kim, Kyung Hee University
- Jinchao Xu, KAUST
- Jun Zou, CUHK
- Laurence Halpern, Chair, University of Paris 13
- Luca Pavarino, University of Pavia
- Martin Gander, University of Geneva
- Olof Widlund, New York University
- Petter Bjorstad, University of Bergen
- Ralf Kornhuber, Free University of Berlin
- Susanne Brenner, Louisiana State University
- Ulrich Langer, University of Linz
- Victorita Dolean, University of Strathclyde
- Xiao-Chuan Cai, University of Macau
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