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Autumn School on Future Developments in Model Order Reduction

September 21-25, 2009, Terschelling, The Netherlands

Location

The beautiful island of Terschelling, The Netherlands.

Theme

This symposium focusses on recent advances in model order reduction.
Topics include:
  • Structure-preserving model reduction methods
  • Model reduction for applications in industry
  • Nonlinear systems
  • Parametrized model reduction
  • Large systems
  • Krylov methods
  • Coupled and interconnected systems
  • Specialized eigensolvers
  • Developments in the field of linear algebra

Program with presentations

Invited lecturers

Abstracts

Pictures

Taken by Roxana Ionutiu, Oliver Schmidt

Scope

The objective is to present the latest developments, insights, methods and ideas in the field of Model Order Reduction (MOR), a booming area of research, and indications for future research directions.
The school is aimed at international PhD and advanced undergraduate students from mathematics, systems and control, and engineering sciences, as well as researchers from academia and industry who wish to obtain a thorough understanding of the latest developments in the subject, and a sound basis for further development of their knowledge.
A second objective is to initiate active working groups in Europe that will work on various topics such as MOR and optimization, robust-parameterized MOR (for large parameter variations in Design for Manufacturing), multi-parameter-MOR, structure-preserving MOR, MOR for coupled problems, balanced truncation, passivity, and MOR for nonlinear problems. This can be combined with work on challenging industrial problems from the electronics industry, automotive industry, pharmaceutical industry, financial sector, and others.
The Autumn School is inspired by research done within the European RTN-project COMSON.

Registration

Please send an email to Mrs. Enna van Dijk (casa@tue.nl), or to one of the organizers.

Registration fee

Thanks to generous COMSON funding, the registration fee is:

[new] Registration fee: 300 Euro [new]

This covers 5 days workshop attendance, 4 nights accommodation (Mon-Fri September 21-25), all meals, coffee/tea, and an excursion.

Additional nights (for instance Sunday September 20) may be booked at own expense.
Please specify your wishes clearly to the contact below.

Additional accomodation

Accommodation for additional nights is handled directly by the Hotel:
Golden Tulip Resort Schylge,
Mr Peter van Sijp
Burgemeester van Heusdenweg 37
8881 ED Terschelling West
tel. (0562) 442111
fax. (0562) 442800
e-mail: schylge@westcordhotels.nl
[refer to: COMSON Autumn School TU Eindhoven]

For each additional night a price of € 99.00 per room will be charged.
Costs for accompaning persons: € 13.50 (per breakfast), € 15.00 (per lunch), € 24.50 (per dinner).

Payment

Registration Fee payments are requested to be made in Euro by bank transfer.
Credit cards and cheques cannot be accepted.
All banking costs have to be paid by the participant.

Registration is now closed (October 2009).

Important dates

Deadline for registration: August 31, 2009
Deadline for contributed presentations: July 31, 2009

Organizers

Work Package 3 (MOR) of the European Research and Training Network COMSON, a Marie Curie activity, organises this Autumn School on Future Developments in Model Order Reduction.

TU Eindhoven is the main local organiser, and will handle all organisational issues.
The local organising committee consists of the following persons:

Further information and contact

Download the Flyer.

Email addresses of the organizers (@-signs omitted intentionally):
m.e.hochstenbach tue.nl, jan.ter.maten nxp.com, joost.rommes nxp.com, wil.schilders nxp.com

Travel

The symposium will be held in Hotel Schylge on the Wadden island of Terschelling.
By air, go to Schiphol Amsterdam Airport or any other close airport.
If you arrive late in Amsterdam, you probably may want to spend a night there.
Take the train to station Harlingen You may plan your trip using this link:
Enter departure: Schiphol
Arrival: Harlingen (haven)
Trip is approximately 3 hours.
Buy a single ticket, second class.

Then take the ferry, leaving from Harlingen Haven (Harbour):
  • Regular ferry Harlingen - Terschelling takes approximately 120 minutes
  • Fast service Harlingen - Terschelling approximately 45 minutes, via Vlieland approx. 80 minutes.
Ferry times are available here.
The boat service schedule Harlingen to Terschelling for Saturday 19, Sunday 20, and Monday 21 looks as follows:
08:30: Fast service
09:45: Regular service
12:30: Fast service
15:00: Regular service
17:30: Fast service
19:50: Regular service
You can book online or buy tickets at the ticket windows (open one hour before departure). We advise to buy a return ticket (is valid several days).
For those traveling by car: You best leave your car in Harlingen. See the info for parking. The fast ferry only allows passengers (i.e. it even does not take bikes).
Interinsulair travel between Terschelling and Vlieland is possible on Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday. The Fast Service leaves Terschelling 09:30h for Vlieland; departure for return is at 18:25h (direct connections).

The boat service schedule Terschelling to Harlingen for Friday 25 looks as follows (on Saturday 26 roughly the same):
07:00: Regular service
07:30: Fast service
10:45: Regular service
11:00: Fast service
12:30: Regular service
16:30: Fast service
17:00: Fast service
17:30: Regular service

Cancellations

Any cancellations or changes must be made in writing to:
COMSON WP3 Autumn School
Att.: Mrs. Enna van Dijk
Eindhoven University of Technology (HG8.38)
PO Box 513
5600 MD Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Upon receipt of a written cancellation notice before September 11, 2009, 70% of the total registration fee will be refunded.
For cancellations after this date, no refund can be made.

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