Saturday, May 15

Finite Element (Difference) Methods

3:30 PM-6:00 PM
Room: Atlanta 5
Chair: New Johannes Tausch, Southern Methodist University

3:30-3:42 Implementation of Nonreflecting Boundary Conditions in a Finite Element Method for Wave Propagation in Infinite Domains
Runnong Huan and Lonny Thompson, Clemson University
3:45-3:57 Divergence-Free Finite Elements and Related Spaces for the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equation
Jonas T. Holdeman, Obelisk Research, Knoxville
CANCELLED 4:00-4:12 On the Absolute and Convective Nature of Instabilities in Finite Difference Numerical Simulations of Open Flows
Carlo Cossu, Thomas Loiseleux and Jean-Marc Chomaz, ONERA/DAFE, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau Cedex, France
4:15-4:27 Development of Multi-Physics Parallel FE Simulator GeoFEM for Solid Earth
New Sekita Daigo, Hiroshi Okuda, and Hisashi Nakamura, Research Organization for Information Science & Technology, Tokyo, Japan
4:30-4:42 Finite Element Methods for Interface Problems with Discontinuous Solutions and Coefficients
Daoqi Yang, Wayne State University
4:45-4:57 BEM Analysis of Periodic Waveguide Structures
Johannes Tausch, Southern Methodist University
5:00-5:12 A High-Order Finite-Difference Method of Linear Hyperbolic Systems
Jonathan H. C. Luke, New Jersey Institute of Technology
5:15-5:27 A Finite Element Method for Computing Spectra of Photonic Crystals
Waldemar J. Axmann and Peter Kuchment, Wichita State University
CANCELLED 5:30-5:42 Numerical Method for the Solution of the Transport of Chemical Species
Dalibor Frydrych and Jiri Muzak, DIAMO, The Czech Republic; and Jiri Maryska, Technical University of Liberec, The Czech Republic

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