STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Stanford 50: State of the Art and Future Directions of Computational Mathematics and Numerical Computing

Stanford University

Stanford 50: State of the Art and Future Directions of Computational Mathematics and Numerical Computing

A conference celebrating the 50th anniversary of George Forsythe's arrival at Stanford and the 75th birthday of Professor Gene Golub.

Gene Golub

George Forsythe

March 29 - 31, 2007
Stanford University

Incorporating the

Eighth Bay Area Scientific Computing Day (BASCD)

With assistance from the faculty and students of SCCM and iCME.

Overview

The conference will review past accomplishments, celebrate Gene's birthday, and contemplate the next 50 years of computational mathematics and numerical computing. Talks are by invitation, with no parallel sessions.

Everyone is invited to attend the meeting. Graduate students and junior scientists (Ph.D. completed since March 1997) are invited to contribute to a poster session. Judges and attendees will select the best posters in both categories, and the authors will be invited to talk on the final day.

The Bay Area Scientific Computing Day (BASCD) normally takes place around the same time of year; see Seventh BASCD at LLNL. The Stanford 50 meeting includes the Eighth BASCD.

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Sponsors

Stanford 50 thanks the following sponsors for their generous support:

Sponsors

Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering Faculty of Mathematics, University of Waterloo Stanford Computer Forum
Air Force Office of Scientific Research National Science Foundation LLNL
Comsol The MathWorks Yahoo! Inc.

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