The
Workshop on "Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Multiscale
Nonlinear Systems" in cooperation with Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
Activity Group on Geosciences
will be held at Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, June
2529, 2007.
The workshop will bring together an
interdisciplinary group of scientists working on various aspects
of nonlinear coupled phenomena occuring at multiple spatial and
temporal scales in natural and manmade environments.
The Program includes general overview
talks on methods and applications as well as special topics. The
topics include
 modeling of preferential fluid flow and transport and other
phenomena in subsurface
 experimentbased and computational porescaletowatershed modeling
 analysis of multiscale nonlinear PDEs systems as well as
stochastic approaches
 adaptive multiscale computational techniques and their implementations
 biological and engineering applications with multiscale character
The Workshop is sponsored by the United States Department of Energy Office
of Science Multiscale Mathematics Initiative project 98089
" Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Multiscale Preferential Flow"
and by
National Science Foundation, award number 0707562.
http://www.math.oregonstate.edu/multiscale/workshop
Attendees are encouraged to consider participating in a
2007 DOE
Summer School in Multiscale Mathematics and High Performance Computing
organized by Northwest Consortium for Multiscale Mathematics and
Applications which will be held immediately after the workshop at
Oregon State University, June 29July 3, 2007.
Registration is required.
