The workshop treats recent trends in multiple shooting for the solution of boundary value and optimization problems for differential equations, in particular optimal control. Especially for PDE, multiple shooting is discussed in the wider framework of various time domain decomposition methods. Altogether, the range from numerical analysis and algorithmic aspects to challenging applications is covered.
The focus will be on
Invited Speakers (confirmed):
H. G. Bock (Heidelberg), M. Diehl (Leuven), M. J. Gander (Geneva), Y. Hasegawa (Tokyo), M. Heinkenschloss (Houston), V. Schulz (Trier), S. Ulbrich (Darmstadt)
The workshop program can be downloaded as pdf file here
The workshop is able to fund a limited number of MuS-TDD-2013 Studentships for research students, who do not have other means of support. These studentships will cover part of travel and/or accomodation costs. To apply the student should send an application together with a supporting letter from his/her supervisor to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submission is April 14, 2013.
6-8 May 2013