Friday 10. May 2019, Aula Magna

The Swiss Numerics Day is a series of one-day, informal annual meetings and follows the tradition
of the "Journées Suisses d'Analyse Numérique", launched in 1976.
The intention is to bring together researchers from science and industry in Switzerland who are active in the fields of:

  • scientific computing,
  • numerical analysis,
  • high-performance computing,
  • visualization,
  • computational statistics,
  • chemistry, biology, etc.

The program consists of two plenary lectures, selected contributed talks and a poster session.

Invited speakers

Prof. Helmut Harbrecht
University of Basel, Switzerland
Title: Analytical and numerical methods in shape optimization

Prof. Håvard Rue
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
Title: The role and importance of sparse matrices in statistics

Local organizers

Illia Horenko, Rolf Krause, Michael Multerer, Igor Pivkin, Olaf Schenk, Ernst Wit

Website: Vetim Kqiku & Michael Multerer


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