USNCCM12 Abstract Submission Deadline Extended, List of Short Courses

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Due to a large number of requests, the deadline to submit an abstract to the 12th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics, to be held in Raleigh this summer, has been extended to March 15, 2013. Students and postdoctoral fellows should note that there are travel awards  available for the Congress.

In addition to a large number of mini-symposia on various topics  in computational science and engineering, the Congress will feature a number of short courses.   These include:

1. The Hybridizable Discontinuous Galerkin Methods (by Bernardo Cockburn)

2. Goal-Oriented Methods: Error Estimation, Adaptive Algorithms, Multiscale Modeling (by Serge Prudhomme, Kris Van der Zee, and Luca Dede)

3. Theory and Practice of the Generalized/eXtended Finite Element Method (by Armando Duarte and Angelo Simone)

4. Using Algorithmic Differentiation to Compute Derivatives for Sensitivity Analysis, Uncertainty Quantification, and Optimization (by Sri Hari Krishna Narayanan and Jean Utke) 

I look forward to seeing many of you in Raleigh this summer!

John Dolbow

Congress Co-Chair