Gene GolubSIAM Summer School 2012
29 July - 10 August 2012, Monterey, California
Simulation and Supercomputing in the Geosciences
Natural hazards caused by storm surges, earthquakes and tsunamis have exposed a large risk to modern societies in recent years. In order to mitigate these hazards, advanced simulation and computational techniques need to be employed for data analysis, early warning and planning purposes. This summer school introduces the students to cutting edge simulation techniques for rapid assessment and accurate process studies of geoscientific problems involving a large range of relevant scales.
The summer school is composed of three main mini-courses:
- Tsunami and Storm-Surge Simulation
- Numerical Methods for Wave Propagation and
- Supercomputing: Froum Multi- to Manycor Platforms
The primary lecturers for these courses will be:
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