[NotiAMCA] WCCM : minisymposia on higher order methods

Victorio Sonzogni sonzogni en intec.unl.edu.ar
Mar Nov 22 08:15:07 ART 2011

   World Congress on Computational Mechanics, San Paolo, July 8-13, 2012

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MS-062 - Innovative Higher Order Discretization Methods
Leszek Demkowicz, Philippe Devloo, Regina de Almeida, Renato Simoes 

         ``Innovative Higher Order Discretization Methods'',

  A Minisymposium In Honor Of 75th Birthday Of Prof. J. Tinsley Oden

Low order discretization schemes including Finite Element (FE), Finite 
(FV), Finite Difference (FD) and other methods, have been the working 
behind the most popular and successful software developments in 
industry, labs and commercial markets. Despite many shortcomings, 
and robustness (stability) are probably the main reasons behind their
popularity and long time reign in the Computational Sciences. Higher
order methods offer high convergence rates and better accuracy but 
an extra effort on many fronts: stability is guaranteed only for 
elliptic problems, conditioning is a big issue, interfacing with 
becomes technical, adaptivity and parallelization are more technical, 
and so
forth. The symposium invites contributions focusing on new ideas that 
higher order discretizations work. The proposed topics include (but are 
limited to):

   - Novel Discretizations Of Multiphysics Problems Based On The Exact 
     And Elasticity Complex Elements,

   - h-, p-, and hp-Adaptivity, Challenges of 3D Code Development,

   - Higher-Order Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) Methods,

   - Construction Of Higher-Order Shape Functions, Domain Decomposition 

   - CAD-FEM Design-To-Analysis Interfacing,

   - New Computational Geometry Technologies

   - Mesh Generation For High Order Discretizations

   - High-Order Fictitious Domain Methods.


6th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences
and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2012), Vienna, Sep 10-14, 2012.


MS305 High order finite element methods - analysis and computations

L.F. Demkowicz^1, J. Gopalakrishnan^2, and J. Schoeberl^3

^1 UT Austin/US,
^2 Portland State University/US,
^3 Vienna UT/AT

High order and hp-finite element methods is an active field of 
in numerical analysis as well as in computations. In this 
we discuss recent developements in the construction of non-standard 
error estimates, preconditioning and adaptivity, as well as efficient
implementation techniques and applications in science and engineering.

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