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Update: 2014/11/10

Research

Numerical Methods and Analysis for Structures and Singularities in Fluids

Period
December 8–9, 2014
Place
Seminar Room, Science South Bldg., Nagoya University
Speakers
Zin Arai (Hokkaido University),
Takashi Ishihara (Nagoya University),
Robert Krasny (University of Michigan / RIMS, Kyoto University),
Takayasu Matsuo (Tokyo University),
Hirofumi Notsu (Waseda University),
Norikazu Saito (University of Tokyo),
Daisuke Tagami (Kyushu University),
Yoshitaka Watanabe (Kyushu University),
Takaharu Yaguchi (Kobe University)
Organizers
Yoshifumi Kimura (Nagoya University),
Takayuki Sakajo (Kyoto University)
Supported by
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) No 25247014 (Yoshifumi Kimura (Nagoya University))

Program

December 8 (Mon)
13:30–13:40

Opening

13:40–14:40

Takaharu Yaguchi (Kobe University)

On the well-posedness of the weak form of the finite element exterior calculus on manifolds

Break

14:50–15:50

Yoshitaka Watanabe (Kyushu University)

A numerical verification method for the Orr–Sommerfeld problem

Break

16:00–17:00

Zin Arai (Hokkaido University)

On combinatorial and topological clustering of dynamical behaviors in fluid flows

Break

17:10–18:10

Takashi Ishihara (Nagoya University)

Computational science of high Reynolds number turbulence

18:15–

Banquet

December 9 (Tue)
10:00–11:00

Daisuke Tagami (Kyushu University)

Toward numerical analysis of particle based methods for flow problems

Break

11:10–12:10

Robert Krasny (University of Michigan / RIMS, Kyoto University)

Lagrangian particle methods for vortex dynamics

Lunch Break

13:30–14:30

Norikazu Saito (University of Tokyo)

Numerical outflow boundary conditions for Navier–Stokes equations

Break

14:50–15:50

Takayasu Matsuo (Tokyo University)

Geometric numerical integrators for Hunter–Saxton-like equations

Break

16:00–17:00

Hirofumi Notsu (Waseda University)

A stabilized Galerkin-characteristics finite element scheme for the Navier–Stokes equations and its applications

Banquet

Date and Time:December 8, 2014 at 18:00
Place:Restaurant «chez Jiroud» in ES Bldg.
Fee:5,000JPY

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