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Computational Problems in Physics - CPiP 2005

Helsinki, May 23 - 27, 2005

## Research problems in computational physics

- 1.
- Propagators for quantum systems (Puska)
- 2.
- Multiscale problems (Voigt)
- 3.
- Existence and form of scaling function solutions for generalized smoluchowski equations (Ala-Nissilä),

Markov chains and Monte Carlo simulations without detailed balance (Ala-Nissilä),

Short note on problems with the matrix continued fraction method for solution of coupled Karmers equation describing a noisy classical shuttle (Novotny)
- 4.
- Challenges in electrohydrodynamic stability analysis of two phase flows in confining microsystems (Bruus)
- 5.
- Astrophysical fluid dynamics: surprises at large Reynolds numbers? (Brandenburg)
- 6.
- Gordian DNA and wobble pudding membranes (Metzler)

## Lectures in mathematics

- 1.
- Time integration: splitting and exponential methods (Hochbruck and Ostermann)
- 2.
- An introduction to mathematical and computational challenges in hybrid stochastic/deterministic systems (Katsoulakis), (extra material)
- 3.
- Heterogenous multiscale methods (Engquist and Runborg)
- 4.
- Numerical fluid dynamics (Klingenberg)
- 5.
- Stochastic differential equations (Szepessy)
- 6.
- Evolutionary algorithms for solving real-world problems (Bäck)
- 7.
- Lecture on large deviations, (Martin-Löf)
- 8.
- Krylov subspace methods; preconditioning (Holmgren and Huhtanen)

## Talks in physics

- 1.
- Challenges in computational nanoscience (Nieminen)

*cpip@math.hut.fi* - Aug 17, 2022, 03:23: