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The Fakultät für Mathematik of the TU Chemnitz
invites to the

24th Chemnitz FEM Symposium 2011

Final Programme

Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Start at 9:00
09:00 Arnd Meyer Opening
Variational inequalities
Chairman: A. Meyer
Room: “ Linde ”
09:05 Ernst P. Stephan Some Finite Element Approaches for Contact/Obstacle Problems
09:55 Joachim Gwinner On Approximation of Higher Order for Variational Inequalities of Mixed Type
10:20 Bernard Haasdonk Reduced Basis Methods for Parametrized Variational Inequalities
10:45 Olaf Steinbach Boundary element methods for variational inequalities
Tea and coffee break 11:10 - 11:40
FEM on manifolds / Parallel algorithms
Chairman: G. Of
Room: “ Linde ”
11:40 Oliver Sander Geodesic Finite Elements
12:05 Christoph Augustin FETI-Method for Biomechanical Applications
Saddle point problems
Chairman: O. Steinbach
Room: “ Linde ”
14:00 Walter Zulehner Efficient solvers for saddle point problems with applications to PDE-constrained optimization
14:50 Martina Balg Incompressible, elastic materials and large deformations
15:15 Andreas Hahn ALE-FEM For Two-Phase Flows With Insoluble Surfactants
15:40 Huidong Yang A preconditioned GMRES solver with algebraic multigrid accelerations for the fluid-structure interaction problems
Tea and coffee break 16:05 - 16:35
Optimal control
Chairman: T. Apel
Room: “ Linde ”
Convection diffusion
Chairman: O. Sander
Room: “ Lärche ”
16:35 Roland Herzog A Priori Error Estimates for an Elliptic Control Problem with Non-Differentiable Cost Functional Naveed Ahmed Stabilised finite element discretisations applied to an operator splitting method of population balance equations
17:00 Lorenz John Optimal Dirichlet boundary control for the Navier-Stokes equations Clemens Hofreither A Non-standard Finite Element Method for Convection-Diffusion-Reaction Problems on Polyhedral Meshes
17:25 Johannes Pfefferer Neumann boundary control of semilinear elliptic equations: finite element discretization and error estimates Torsten Linß Maximum-norm a posteriori error estimators for parabolic problems
17:50 Gerd Wachsmuth Optimal Control of Quasistatic Plasticity Martin Schopf Convergence and stability in balanced norms of finite element methods on Shishkin meshes for reaction-diffusion problems
19:00 Conference Dinner
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Start at 9:00
Chairman: M. Jung
Room: “ Linde ”
09:00 Alexander Düster The Finite Cell Method: a fictitious domain approach applying high-order finite elements
09:50 Sven Beuchler Schwarz type solvers for hp-FEM discretizations of mixed problems
10:15 Markus Bürg A fully Automatic hp-Adaptive Refinement Strategy for Maxwell's Equations
10:40 Andreas Dedner Generic Construction of High Order Finite-Element Spaces
Tea and coffee break 11:05 - 11:30
Chairman: J. Lang
Room: “ Linde ”
11:30 Wided Medjroubi Frequency Selection in Heaving Airfoil Wakes Using a High-order Numerical Method
11:55 William Mitchell Comparison of hp-Adaptive Finite Element Strategies
12:20 Gunar Matthies Higher order variational time discretizations for nonlinear systems of ordinary differential equations
12:45 Andreas Springer Efficient numerical realization of discontinuous Galerkin methods for temporal discretization of parabolic equations
14:30 Excursion
19:00 Meeting of the Scientific Committee
Friday, September 30, 2011
Start at 9:00
Chairman: A. Rösch
Room: “ Linde ”
Chairman: R. Herzog
Room: “ Lärche ”
9:00 Andre Große-Wöhrmann A posteriori control of modeling and discretization errors in finite elastoplasticity Hansjörg Schmidt Axisymmetric problems in continuum mechanics with transversely isotropic materials
9:25 Lennard Kamenski Condition Number Estimates for the Finite Element Method on Adaptive Meshes Jens Rückert Basic modelling for large deformation on plates
9:50 Martin Neumüller An adaptive DG finite element method in the space-time domain Andreas Günnel A Plate Equation for Elasticity with Large Deformations
10:15 Michael Weise Simulation of Fibre Reinforced Polymers with adaptive FEM Peter Steinhorst FEM-Simulation of crack propagation in linear piezoelectric material
10:40 Herbert Egger Mixed Finite Element Methods for Radiative Transport Yaochan Zhu Multiphase Field Modeling Chemical Vapor Infiltration
Tea and coffee break 11:05 - 11:30
Parallel algorithms
Chairman: T. Apel
Room: “ Linde ”
11:30 Gundolf Haase Parallel Acceleration: Achievements and Pitfalls
11:55 Arnd Meyer Closing