Research groups in Numerical Analaysis.

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(Austria) Johannes Kepler University, Linz
Institute of Computational Mathematics (formerly Department of Computational Mathematics of the Institute of Analysis and Computational Mathematics).
(Austria) Johannes Kepler University, Linz
Spezialforschungsbereich F013: Numerical and Symbolic Scientific Computing.
(Germany) Friedrich Schiller University, Jena
Numerical Analysis Group. Research fields, Teaching, Applications in the applied sciences and industry.
(Germany) Ruprecht-Karls-Universit├Ąt Heidelberg
Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing. Objectives: mathematical modelling and computational simulation of complex systems in science and technology; development and use of computer methods and software for applications in industry and economy; visualization, computer graphics, image processing; education in scientific computing.
(Germany) Universit├Ąt Erlangen
System Simulation Group - IMMD X. Projects include: Cache-oriented multigrid project (DiME); Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation Simulation Project (PII); Simulation and Visualisation of large data sets (Adhoc3D).
(Israel) Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot
The Carl F. Gauss Minerva Center for Scientific Computation. New fundamental computational approaches in physics, chemistry, applied mathematics and engineering, introducing, in particular, advanced multi-scale (multi-resolution) and parallel-processing methods.
(UK) University of Cambridge
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Numerical Analysis Group. People, reports, seminars, lecture notes, publications, web resources.
(UK) University of Leicester
Centre for Mathematical Modelling. Specializing in interdisciplinary solutions based on advanced simulation and modelling tools. Members, research projects.
Information Technology Laboratory, Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division. Software, reports, meetings and links.
(USA) Texas A and M University
Numerical Methods for PDE Group. Primarily concerned with the efficient numerical approximation of solutions of partial differential equations.
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Methods
The focus of this group is to find numerical solutions of differential equations coming from several areas of applications, as for example. Participants are from various universities in the US and Europe.
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