Ray Tuminaro Co-Organized Fourteenth Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods

Sandia co-sponsored and helped organize the most recent Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods, an event that examined numerical analysis issues associated with linear algebraic approaches to numerical PDEs and data/graph analysis. The co-chairs for the conference were Ray Tuminaro (Sandia) and Michele Benzi (Emory). This prominent conference drew some 200 attendees, the largest number of participants in several decades and received a record 39 student competition entries. Associated with the conference, a special issue of the SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing will appear and has received 55 submissions (also a record number). 


Raymond S. Tuminaro, rstumin@sandia.gov

September 1, 2016

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