University of Pittsburgh
Numerical Analysis and Predictability of Fluid Motion

May 3-4, 2016


William Layton and Catalin Trenchea


Registration and Support

Please use this link to register for the conference.


The location of the conference will be Thackeray Hall 704. The schedule is given below.
View the event poster here.


Tuesday, May 3      
8:45-9:15am Coffee
9:15-9:30am Welcome
9:30-10:30am Eugenia Kalnay
Human and nature dynamics (HANDY): Modeling inequality and use of resources in the collapse or sustainability of societies
10:30-11:00am Coffee
11:00-11:30am Traian Iliescu
Large Eddy Simulation Reduced Order Modeling
11:30-12:00 Nan Jiang
A fast algorithm to compute flow ensembles
12:00pm-1:30pm Lunch
1:30-2:30pm Shane Ross
Lagrangian transport and mixing in fluids from geometric, probabilistic, and topological perspectives
2:30-3:00pm Jeff Borggaard
Reduced-Order Compensators via Interpolatory Model Reduction
3:00-3:30pm Xiu Ye
Weak Galerkin Method and Its Applications
3:30-4:00pm Coffee
4:00-4:20pm Giusy Mazzone
On the motions of a liquid-filled pendulum
4:20-4:40pm Aziz Takhirov
Uniform inf-sup condition for the Brinkman problem in highly heterogeneous media
4:40-5:00pm Alexander Lozovskiy
Unconditionally stable semi-implicit scheme for the monolithic FSI Finite Element method: application to hemodynamics

Wednesday, May 4       
9:00-9:30am Coffee
9:30-10:30am Paul D. Williams
Achieving Seventh-Order Amplitude Accuracy in Leapfrog Integrations
8:45-9:15am Coffee
11:00-11:30am Alexander Linke
Towards pressure-robust mixed methods for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
11:30am-12:00pm Martina Bukač
A loosely-coupled scheme for the interaction between a fluid, elastic structure and poroelastic material
12:00pm-1:30pm Lunch
1:30-2:00pm Leo G. Rebholz
Improved accuracy in algebraic splitting methods for Navier-Stokes equations
2:00-2:30pm Hoang Tran
A sparse grid method for Bayesian uncertainty quantification with application to large eddy simulation turbulence models
2:30-3:00pm Yong Li
Fourth order Robert-Asselin type time filter
3:00-3:30pm Coffee
3:30-3:50pm Mustafa Aggul
A high accuracy minimally invasive regularization technique for Navier-Stokes equations at high Reynolds number
3:50-4:10pm Sarah Khankan
Predictability of average temperatures using ensembles
4:10-4:30pm Xuping Xie
Approximate Deconvolution Reduced Order Modeling
4:30-4:50pm Ali Pakzad
Energy dissipation in turbulence


Local Information and Accommodations


A map of various landmarks on campus can be found here.


For hotel reservations, please contact LaVerne Kapucensko by email or by phone at 412-624-8361.


The Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) is 20.5 miles away from the University of Pittsburgh (25-45 minutes driving time depending on the time of day). There are several options to get to campus from the airport. See this link for general driving directions to the University of Pittsburgh.


If you need to park on campus, you might want to park at the following garages:

Dining Options

There are several dining options throughout the Oakland area. I personally recommend Ali Babba (Middle Eastern), Peter's Pub (American), Fuel and Fuddle (American), or the Spice Island Tea House (Asian). The locations of these restarants are given in this map.


For questions please contact Catalin Trenchea or Melissa Weidman.