ADENA2020

Minisymposia

A number of minisymposia will be scheduled during the conference. Each minisymposium will consist of a multiple of four talks.

If you are interested in organising a minisymposium on any topic related to the conference, please contact the conveners at adena2020@iitg.ac.in.  

Please provide the title of your proposed minisymposium along with a brief outline and a tentative list of speakers. Please note that each individual is limited to one presentation, either a minisymposium talk or a contributed talk. Authors will be advised of acceptance of proposals by email shortly after submission.

The deadline for submission of proposal of minisymposium topics is 4th September 2020.

 

List of Minisymposia (as of now)

  1. Recent Trends in Computational Methods for Singularly Perturbed Differential Equations

  2. Advances in Computational Multiphase Flows

  3. The Use of Block Methods for Solving Differential Problems

  4.  Delay, Functional and Dynamic Equations with Applications

  5. Modelling and Simulation of Flow and Transport Processes in Porous Media

  6. Mathematical Aspects of Water Waves and Applications

  7. Recent Advances in the Analysis and Development of Numerical Methods for Nonlinear Problems

  8. Advances in Computational Science and Parallel Computing

  9. Stability of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems

  10. Young researchers in numerics for evolutionary problems

 

Recent Trends in Computational Methods for Singularly Perturbed Differential Equations 

Organizers:

Prof. Kaushik Mukherjee, Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST), Thiruvanthapurm-695547, India. Email: kaushik@iist.ac.in

Prof. Jugal Mahapatra, Department of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology Rourkela-769008, India. Email: jugal@nitrkl.ac.in

The symposium focuses on various computational aspects related to singularly perturbed differential equations, encompassing both ordinary and partial differential equations. Such equations arise often in modeling many physical phenomena in various applied fields of science and engineering and the solution of these problems is characterized by the presence of sharp layers. The objective of this symposium is to bring together mathematicians, scientists, and engineers working with numerical analysis of singularly perturbed differential equations and their applications.

 

The main topics include:

  1. Finite Difference Methods

  2. Finite Element Methods - SDFEM, SUPG Methods etc.

  3. Discontinuous Galerkin Methods

  4. Applications of Singularly Perturbed Problems

Invited Speakers (Confirmed list)
  1. Prof. Niall Madden, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

  2. Prof. J.L. Gracia, University of Zaragoza, Spain

  3. Prof. Ljiljana Teofanov, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

  4. Prof. M.K. Kadalbajoo, LMNIT Jaipur, India

  5. Prof. N. Ramanujam, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, India.

  6. Prof. A.S. Vasudeva Murthy, TIFR Centre For Applicable Mathematics, Bangalore, India

  7. Prof. Y.N. Reddy, National Institute of Technology Warangal, India

  8. Prof. S. C. Sekhara Rao, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

  9. Prof. P. P. Chakravarthy, Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Nagpur, India

  10. Prof. Manoj Kumar, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, India

  11. Prof. Kapil K Sharma, South-East Asian University, New Delhi, India

  12. Prof. Christos Xenophontos, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Cyprus, Cyprus.

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Advances in Computational Multiphase Flows

Organizers:

Prof. Anugrah Singh, Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Guwahati, India. Email: anugrah@iitg.ac.in

Prof. Raghvendra Gupta, Department of Chemcial Engineering, IIT Guwahati, India. Email: guptar@iitg.ac.in  

Multiphase flows refer to gas-liquid, gas-solid, liquid-solid, gas-liquid-solid flows and are ubiquitous in nature. Almost all the industrial flows are multiphase in nature e.g. drilling of petroleum wells, flow in oil and gas pipelines, boilers, evaporators and condensers, fluidized-bed reactors, spray dryers, nuclear reactors, cavitating pumps and ink-jet printers to name a few. Driven by the need of these various industries, several modelling approaches and numerical techniques have been developed to model multiphase flows in past few decades.

 

This mini-symposium aims to bring together the researchers developing and applying different multiphase flow modelling approaches for applications in diverse sectors.

 

The main topics include:
  1. Boundary Element Methods

  2. Particle-based simulation Methods

  3. Euler-Euler Multiphase Models

  4. Interface Capturing and Tracking Techniques

  5. Lagrangian Tracking

  6. Lattice Boltzmann Methods

  7. Turbulence Modelling for Multiphase Flows

  8. Instabilities

  9. Non-Newtonian Multiphase Flows

  10. Fluid-Structure Interactions

Invited Speakers (Confirmed):
  1. Prof. V Kumaran, IISc Bangalore

  2. Prof. Prabhu R Nott, IISc Bangalore

  3. Prof. Pushpavanam, IIT Madras

  4. Prof. Rama Govindarajan, ICTS, Bengaluru

  5. Prof. Geoffrey Evans, University of Newcastle, Australia

  6. Prof. David Fletcher, University of Sydney

  7. Prof. Rochish Thaokar, IIT Bombay

  8. Prof. BSV Prasad Patnaik, IIT Madras

  9. Prof. Gaurav Tomar, IISc Bangalore

  10. Prof. Manoranjan Mishra, IIT Ropar

  11. Dr. Holger Marschall, TU Darmstad

  12. Prof. Vivek Buwa, IIT Delhi

  13. Prof. Santosh Anshumali, JNCASR Bangalore

  14. Prof. Rogerio Manica, University of Alberta, Canada

  15. Prof. Ishan Sharma, IIT Kanpur

  16. Prof. Ganesh Natrajan, IIT Palakkad

  17. Prof. Amaresh Dalal, IIT Guwahati

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The Use of Block Methods for Solving Differential Problems

Organizer:

Prof. Higinio Ramos, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain. Email: higinio@usal.es 

Block methods have been used lately for approximating different kind of differential problems, although they are more recent than classical methods as linear multistep methods or Runge-Kutta ones. The oldest known reference about these methods goes back to William Edmund Milne, in a work dated at 1953 (Numerical Solution of Differential Equations, John Wiley and Sons).

The block methods consist of a series of formulas that make possible to approximate the solution of a differential problem at more than one point at a time. In general, a k-step block method is a set of k multi-step formulas that simultaneously produce k approximate values ​​of the solution of the differential problem at k points on a chosen mesh.

The symposium brings together different scholars working with the numerical solution of different types of differential equations, by using block methods.

The main topics include the solution of:

  1. Initial value problems

  2. Boundary value problems   

  3. Singular problems (IVPs and BVPs)

  4. Delay differential equations

  5. Fuzzy differential equations     

  6. Differential algebraic equations   

  7. Fractional differential equations

  8. Integro-differential equations

Invited Speakers:
  1. Prof. Mufutau Ajani Rufai, Department of Mathematics, University of Bari, Italy.

  2. Prof. Mark Modebei, Department of Mathematics, University of Ilorin, Nigeria.

  3. Prof. S. Jator, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, Austin Peay State University, USA.

  4. Prof. G. Singh, Department of Mathematical Sciences, I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University Jalandhar, India.

  5. Prof. Rajat Singla, Department of Mathematical Sciences, I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University Jalandhar, India.

  6. Prof. Z. Abdul Majid, Department of Mathematics, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.

  7. Prof. Zarina Bibi Ibrahim, Institute for Mathematical Research, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.

  8. Prof. Saurabh Tomar, Dept. of Mathematics,Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India.

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Delay, Functional and Dynamic Equations with Applications

 

Organizer:

Prof. Syed Abbas, School of Basic Sciences, IIT Mandi, India. Email: abbas@iitmandi.ac.in

Delays are natural in several physical and natural phenomena. In predator prey system, predator starts hunting after reaching a certain age. Similarly mixing of various liquids is not instantaneous, so delay arises naturally. It is a vast field which has huge applications ranging from science to engineering. In order to unify the discrete and continuous calculus, Stefan Hilger's introduced a new theory which is called time scale. A time scale is any closed subset of real line, so apart from discrete and continuous, it covers other equations defined over quantum set, Cantor set etc. Although it has certain limitation, but in general this theory avoids double analysis for several system. The symposium brings together mathematicians, and engineers working with the qualitative theory of delay differential equations and dynamic equations on time scale.

 

The main topics include:
  1. Dynamic equation on time scale

  2. Delay differential equations

  3. Bifurcation analysis

  4. Stability analysis

  5. Applications in mathematical biology

Invited Speakers (Confirmed)
  1. Dr. Jagmohan Tyagi, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, India

  2. Prof. Jehad Alzabut, Prince Sultan University, KSA.

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Modelling and Simulation of Flow and Transport Processes in Porous Media

 

Organizer:

Prof . G. P. Raja Sekhar, Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India. Email: rajas@iitkgp.ac.in

Porous media are ubiquitous in various industrial and natural processes, and types of porous media range from subsurface application areas, contaminant hydrology, and petroleum engineering, to material science applications. In general, porous medium is everywhere from the brain to the fuel cell. Recently, there is a growing need of understanding and predicting the multiscale flow and transport phenomena in key energy and manufacturing sectors such as subsurface reservoirs, vadose and root zones, filtration, and nuclear reactors, CO2 sequestration, just to name a few. There are specific challenges in flow through porous media, such as heterogeneities at different scales, discontinuities in the medium characteristics and interface coupling etc. In addition, there are modelling difficulties with engineered porous media, such as complex evolving structures, non-stationary and non-equilibrium dynamics, ill-posed calibration and validation, coupling with multi-phase, thermal and mechanical processes. In order to tackle these challenges, researchers have been contributing significantly to develop robust modeling and numerical approaches to solve coupled systems of Partial Differential Equations in complex and heterogeneous domains. These include extensions of the classical analytical techniques, namely Volume Averaging and Two-scale Asymptotic Expansion; specific methods to tackle discontinuities, non-linearities; as well as numerical methods like Finite Elements and Finite Volumes, naturally well-suited for some of these challenges. In this mini symposium, we bring together Applied Mathematicians, Physicists, Petroleum, and Environmental Engineers, Hydro-geologists, to discuss the wider applicability and relevance of mathematical modeling and simulation techniques, and to transfer and bring new ideas into the traditional porous media community.

 

Invited Speakers (Confirmed)

  1. Prof. Ivan Yotov, Department of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh, USA

  2. Prof. Kundan Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Bergen, Norway

  3. Dr. Carina Bringedal, Department of Hydromechanics and Modelling of Hydrosystems, University of Stuttgart, Germany

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 Mathematical Aspects of Water Waves and Applications

Organizer:

Prof. S. C. Martha, Department of Mathematics, IIT Ropar, Rupnagar, India. Email: scmartha@iitrpr.ac.in

The study of propagation of water waves is of fundamental interest due to their significant applications in various fields of science and engineering, in particular costal and marine engineering.  Mathematical modelling and the analysis are extremely important to obtain the solution, which involve linear and/or nonlinear theory of water waves.  The aim of the symposium is to bring together the researchers working on different aspects of water waves, to discuss the recent progress in this area and to stimulate discussion among participants and invited speakers on various research problems in the said area.

The theme includes:

  1. Time dependent water waves

  2. Steady water waves

  3. Computational aspects of water waves

  4. Wave-structure interaction

  5. Applications

Invited Speakers (Tentative list)

  1. Prof. Yury Stepanyants , Professor in Mathematics,  School of Sciences,  University of Southern Queensland,  Toowoomba, Qld 4350 Australia

  2. Prof. Chia - Cheng Tsai, Department of Marine Environmental Engineering, National Kaohsiung Marine University, Taiwan

  3. Professor Huan-Wen Liu School of Naval Architecture and Mechanical-electrical Engineering, Zhejiang Ocean University, Zhejiang, PR China

  4. Prof. Aloknath Chakrabarti, Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

  5. Prof. Trilochan Sahoo, Department of Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India

  6. Professor Manam Srinivasa Rao, Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India

  7. Prof. Rupanwita Gayen, Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India

  8. Dr. Subash Chandra Martha, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar, India

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Recent Advances in the Analysis and Development of Numerical Methods for Nonlinear Problems

 

Organizers:

Prof. Vinay Kanwar, University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Panjab University, Chandigarh 160014, India. E-mail: vkanwar@pu.ac.in

Prof. Munish Kansal, School of Mathematics, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala 147001, India. E-mail: munish.kansal@thapar.edu

 

Many real-world problems are modelled by physically and mathematically interesting nonlinear systems of equations as well as nonlinear matrix equations which arise in different fields of science and engineering. Analytical methods are almost non-existent and limited to a selected class of problems. Therefore, iterative methods offer an attractive alternative to obtain the numerical solutions of these types of problems. Due to the recent development in computer algebra systems, numerical methods have gained much more attention than ever before due to their superior performances. Development and analysis of such methods are crucial to efficiently address these problems. The existence of an extensive literature on this topic reveals that it is a dynamic branch of the numerical analysis with interesting and promising applications.  This mini symposium aims at bringing together both theoreticians and practitioners to share recent advances in practical scientific problems, aiming to facilitate discussion and two-way dissemination of ideas across disciplinary and topical boundaries. We are interested in high-quality presentations that contain original research results.

 

The topics of this mini symposium include but are not limited to:
  1. Multipoint iterative methods (with and without memory)

  2. Iterative methods for nonlinear matrix problems

  3. Iterative methods for general linear systems

  4. Dynamical study and basins of attractions of iterative maps

  5. Numerical solutions to nonlinear optimization problems

  6. Study of nonlinearity arising from discretization of initial and boundary value problems.

Invited Speakers (Confirmed)

  1. Dr. Ángel Alberto Magreñán, Universidad de La Rioja, Spain

  2. Dr. Ramandeep Behl, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

  3. Dr. R. C. Mittal, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India

  4. Dr. Janak Raj Sharma, Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, India

  5. Dr. Jai Prakash Jaiswal, Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, India

  6. Dr. Kalyanasundaram Madhu, Saveetha Engineering College, India

  7. Dr. Sukhjit Singh, National Institute of Technology, India

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Advances in Computational Science and Parallel Computing

Organizer:

Prof. Sashikumaar Ganesan, Department of Computational and Data Sciences, IISc Bangalore.  

Recent advances in computational science and parallel computing facilitates to solve largescale scientific and industrial problems. In particular, advancements in computing power enables to solve high-dimensional differential equations and to handle problems with big data. Consequently, it requires major changes in numerical algorithms and software design. Even though Moore's law is still valid, harnessing the computing capacity of today's CPUs and GPUs has become increasingly challenging. To address these challenges, highly scalable numerical schemes and hardware-aware parallel algorithms are needed, especially when Moore's law gradually fades out. This symposium brings together applied mathematicians, computational scientists and engineers to share their expertise/views/ideas on the development of scalable numerical schemesfor partial differential equations (PDEs) and hardware-aware design of parallel algorithms.

The main topics include:

  1.   Efficient and scalable discretization methods for PDEs

  2.   Development of tailor-made numerical schemes to harness today's CPUs and GPUs

  3.   Design of hardware-aware algorithms

  4.   Hybrid CUP-GPU numerical algorithms

  5.   Parallel solvers for system of algebraic equations

 

Invited Speakers (Confirmed list)

  1. Prof. Nagabhushana Rao Vadlaman (IITM)

  2. Prof. Niranjan Ghaisa (IITH)

  3. Prof. BV Rathish Kumar (IITK)

  4. Prof. Kishore Kothapalli (IIITH)

  5. Prof. Sivaram Ambikasaran (IITM)

  6. Prof. Shivasubramanian Gopalakrishnan (IITB)

  7. Prof. Deepak Subramani (IISc)

  8. Prof. Aditya Kondori (IISc)

  9. Prof. Nagaiah Chamakuri (IISER TVM)

  10. Prof. Preeti Malakar (IITK)

  11. Prof. Phani Mottamari (IISc)

  12. Prof. Sathish Vadhiyar (IISc)

 

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 Stability of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems

Organizer:

Prof. S. Marshal Anthoni, Department of Mathematics, Anna University Regional Campus, Coimbatore - 641046, India, Email: smarshalanthoni@gmail.com

Concepts and techniques developed by Mathematicians, Physicists, and Engineers to characterize and predict the behavior of nonlinear dynamical systems are now being applied to a wide spectrum of disciplines ranging from mechanical systems to biomedical industry. The objective of this symposium is to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and students to exchange and share the recent progress and advances in the stabilization problems in Nonlinear Dynamical Systems.

Symposium focuses researchers and educators having the topic of interest include but not limited to

  •  Nonlinear Dynamical Systems

  •  Fractional Dynamical Systems

  •  Stochastic Dynamical Systems with applications to

  •  System Modeling

  •  Control and Stability of Nonlinear Systems

  •  Inverse Problems or Parameter Estimation Problems

  •  Optimal Control and Hamilton-Jacobi Theory

  •  Computations of Fluid Dynamic Problems etc.

The symposium creates a unique international forum where productive interactions and communications can take place among young and senior researchers, and it brings fruitful directions for collaborations with experts in diverse fields.

The symposium consists of three invited lectures and a few contributed talks.

Invited Speakers (Confirmed list)

  1. Prof. Dr. Sivaguru S Sritharan, Vice Chancellor, M.S.Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, Bangalore

  2. Prof. Dr. K. Balachandran, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore

  3. Prof. Dr. Xu Zhang, School of Mathematics, Sichuan University, China.

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Young researchers in numerics for evolutionary problems

Organizers: 

Dr. Stefano Di Giovacchino, Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science and Mathematics, University of L'Aquila, Italy. Email: stefano.digiovacchino@graduate.univaq.it

Dr. Carmela Scalone, Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science and Mathematics, University of L'Aquila, Italy. Email: carmela.scalone@univaq.it

This minisymposium is focused on presenting recent advances in the numerical approximation of various deterministic and stochastic evolutive problems, obtained by young researchers devoted to the research in these fields. Together with the analysis of modern issues for an efficient and accurate solution of deterministic and stochastic problems, new aspects more oriented to a structure-preserving integration are also presented. The talks will cover linear and nonlinear stability issues for SDEs, numerics for deterministic and stochastic oscillatory problems, highly stable methods for stiff problems. 

 

The main topics include:
  1. Numerical methods for stiff differential equations

  2. Numerical methods for stochastic differential equations

  3. Numerical methods for delayed differential equations

  4. Numerical methods for partial differential equations

  5. Geometric numerical integration

  6. Nonlinear stability analysis

  7. Numerics for oscillatory problems

 

Invited speakers (Confirmed List)
  1. Dr. Alessia Andò, University of Udine, Italy.

  2.  Dr. Iulia Martina Bulai, University of Basilicata, Italy.

  3. Dr. Maria Pia D'Arienzo, University of Salerno, Italy.

  4. Dr. Stefano Di Giovacchino, University of L'Aquila, Italy.

  5. Dr. Massimo Frittelli, University of Salento, Italy.

  6. Dr. Giuseppe Giordano, University of Salerno, Italy.

  7. Dr. Davide Liessi, University of Udine, Italy. 

  8. Dr. Carmela Scalone, University of L'Aquila, Italy.

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