MORTech 2019. 5th International Workshop Reduced Basis, POD and PGD, Model Reduction Techniques

Pablo A. Kler pabloakler at
Fri Apr 12 10:44:30 -03 2019

desde: 20-11-2019
hasta: 22-11-2019
lugar: París, Francia.

*MORTech 20195th International Workshop Reduced Basis, POD and PGD*

*, Model Reduction TechniquesNovember 20-22, 2019, PARIS, FranceAn ECCOMAS
Thematic ConferenceAn IACM Special Interest Conference*

After Cachan (2011, 2015), Blois (2013) and Sevilla (2017), a new workshop
is organized, devoted to recent advances in model reduction techniques and
their potential impact in computational and prediction sciences, especially
(but not only) in mechanical engineering. Practical focus will be on recent
developments in Reduced Basis (RB) approaches, Proper Orthogonal
Decomposition (POD) and Proper Generalized Decomposition (PGD) methods for
the numerical solution of models involving partial differential equations.
Other model reduction methods are welcome in order to foster
cross-fertilization of ideas and their synergy.

Mechanics, like other domains, keeps on supplying numerous engineering
problems which, despite the impressive progress of computational simulation
techniques, remain intractable today. RB, PGD and other model reduction
methods are leading to a new generation of high-performance computational
tools which provide solutions to engineering problems which are
inaccessible to standard codes based on classical and well-established
numerical techniques. Today, this is a real breakthrough with
many applications.

The workshop is intended to be a meeting ground for the various
contributors, including mechanicians, applied mathematicians and other
researchers and engineers involved in testing and computation. The Workshop
should provide answers to such questions as:

• What are the maturity and the benefits of RB and POD/PGD methods?
• What are also their limitations?
• Which engineering challenges, especially in mechanics, could be addressed
in the near future?
• What are the key new scientific issues?

The program includes invited talks from specialists coming from industry
and academia aiming at defining the state-of-the-art and new needs and
opportunities. Some time slots will be devoted to discussions. Spontaneous
submissions for presentation or posters are also welcome.

*Submission of abstracts*
Spontaneous submissions must be done as soon as possible by contacting
pierre.ladeveze at directly.
The final abstracts will be submitted using the website of the conference.
The deadline is fixed at *June 1st, 2019.*

For further information, please have a look to the website of the workshop:
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