[Amath-seminars] Fwd: Monday Oct. 10 - Special Seminar - Claude Le Bris (ENPC - INRIA)

Ulrich Hetmaniuk hetmaniu at uw.edu
Fri Oct 7 10:01:03 PDT 2016


Dear All,

A friendly reminder about the upcoming talk on Monday October 10th.

Speaker: Claude Le Bris, ENPC - INRIA, Paris
Time: October 10th, 16h00
Location: LEW 208 (Lewis Hall)


Title: Multiscale finite element methods for advection-diffusion equations
on perforated domains: some recent contributions


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From: Ulrich Hetmaniuk <hetmaniu at uw.edu>
Date: Tue, Oct 4, 2016 at 1:14 PM
Subject: Monday Oct. 10 - Special Seminar - Claude Le Bris (ENPC - INRIA)
To: amath-local at amath.washington.edu, amath-seminars at u.washington.edu,
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Dear All,

A special seminar by Dr. Claude Le Bris will occur on **Monday, October
10th, at 16h00**.

Speaker: Claude Le Bris, ENPC - INRIA, Paris
Time: October 10th, 16h00
Location: LEW 208 (Lewis Hall)


Title: Multiscale finite element methods for advection-diffusion equations
on perforated domains: some recent contributions


Abstract
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The talk will review some recent works, in collaboration with A. Lozinski
(Besançon, France), and F. Legoll and F. Madiot (ENPC/Inria Paris),
addressing the specific difficulties of the numerical simulation of
advection-diffusion equations, mostly in the advection-dominated regime, on
domains that are (non necessarily periodically) perforated. A variety of
issues and approaches will be examined, such as the choice of suitable,
robust boundary conditions when constructing the finite element basis sets,
a possible formulation of the equation involving the associated invariant
measure, an optional stabilized formulation.


Speaker webpage
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http://cermics.enpc.fr/~lebris/
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