Natural Sciences
Life Sciences
Scientific Computing
Back    
Category:
Life Science

Lecturer:
Prof. Frédéric Nataf, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Sorbonne University, France

Place:
Mathematikon, Room 5/300, Fifth Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205

Host:
Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing IWR

Description:
Domain decomposition methods are a popular way to solve large linear systems on parallel architectures. These methods are based on a divide/conquer strategy. Theoretical results and numerical investigations (over a billion unknowns) for porous media flows, linear elasticity equations confirm their robustness. Numerical results for large scale harmonic wave propagation phenomena will be shown. These results are obtained via an implementation in a Domain Specific Language devoted to the finite element method.

Event data:
Import event data into Outlook Calendar