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Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck



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University Innsbruck

Summer School on

Mathematical Methods in Computational Kinematics

July 19, 2009 – July 31, 2009
University Innsbruck, Austria

Topics

The summer school mainly addresses PhD students and young researchers working in computational kinematics who want to broaden their methodological skills. The summer school will comprise the following topics:

  1. Interval analysis (lecturer: Jean-Pierre Merlet)
  2. Numerical continuation (lecturer: Charles Wampler)
  3. Algebraic geometry in Kinematics (lecturer: Manfred Husty)

Student experience in Matlab and Maple is recommended.

Accommodation

Accommodation will be provided in Kolpinghaus Innsbruck. We have negotiated special prices for 24 Euros per night in a double room and 27 Euros per night in a single room. Both offers include breakfast.

Fees

The fees are 300 Euros. They comprise the summer school materials including Charles Wampler's book on numerical continuation and some social activities (more information to be announced).

Fees have to be paid in cash on site at the beginning of the school.

Venue

University Innsbruck
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Technikerstraße 13
A6020 Innsbruck, Austria

Registration

Please register by email to Carina Wibmer <carina.wibmeruibk.ac.at> until May, 15 2009.

The registration mail must include name, academic status, affiliation and a declaration that the registration fee will be payed onsite. Please also let us know whether we shall book a single or double room at Kolpinghaus Innsbruck for you.

The number of participants is limited to 30. Acceptance will be according to the registration date.

Support

The Summer School on Mathematical Methods in Computational Kinematics is supported by the University Innsbruck and by IFToMM, the International Federation for the Promotion of Mechanism and Machine Science.

     

Last Modified on Nov 25, 2008, 02:44 pm.