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The workshop will take place May 16 - 19, 2017.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together early-career researchers that are developing numerical methods for possible applications in the geosciences, with emphasis on multiscale phenomena. This includes numerical algorithm development for a variety of Earth systems such as the atmosphere, oceans, solid Earth and ice dynamics. The workshop hopes to create a venue where applied and computational mathematicians can discuss novel techniques that will advance the predictive capability of different geosystems. Examples can include but are not limited to high-order methods, time-stepping methods, fast elliptic solvers, handling irregular and changing geometries, fast transform methods, mesh-free methods, adaptive refinement schemes, discontinuous media, etc. The development of computational methods that lend themselves easily to parallelization on heterogeneous architectures is also of particular interest.
The meeting will be held at NCAR - Main Seminar Room, 1850 Table Mesa Drive in Boulder, Colorado.