strongly believes that the best way to build stronger links between the
ERCIM laboratories is to encourage young scientists to act as
intermediaries. The recruitment of young scientists justifies the
involvement of several Universities in our initiative. In particular,
we encourage young mathematicians and scientists to apply to the ERCIM
Fellowship programme in one of
- Numerical Linear Algebra:
- Sparse matrix theory
- Direct and Iterative Solvers for Large and Sparse Linear Systems of Equations,
- Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors for Large Scale Problems,
- Solution of Polynomial Systems of Equations.
- Numerical Solution of Differential Equations:
- Finite-Element Methods,
- Mesh Generation,
- Multigrid Methods,
- Spectral Methods,
- Time-stepping Methods.
- Continuous Optimization and Optimal Control:
- Interior Point Methods for Large-scale Linear, Quadratic and Nonlinear Programming,
- SQP Methods for Nonlinear Programming,
- Numerical Methods for Optimal Control.
- Large Scale Scientific Computing:
- Interdisciplinary Applications,
- Parallel Computing,
- Mathematical Software.
Created by APPLICATIONS of NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS IN SCIENCE Group, June 2005