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**August 1-10, 2005**

**Organizers**:

Fadil
Santosa

Minnesota Center for Industrial Mathematics

School of Mathematics

University of Minnesota

http://www.math.umn.edu/~santosa/

Richard J.
Braun

Department of Mathematical Sciences

University of Delaware**
**http://www.math.udel.edu/~braun/

Fernando
Reitich

Minnesota Center for Industrial Mathematics

School of Mathematics

University of Minnesota

http://www.math.umn.edu/~reitich/

Schedule | Participants | Feedback | |

Prior Mathematical Modeling Workshops | |||

Reports/Abstracts/Presentation Materials | |||

Team Assignment/Members | |||

Photo Gallery | Dining Guide | Maps |

The IMA is holding a 10-day workshop on Mathematical Modeling in Industry. The workshop is designed to provide graduate students and qualified advanced undergraduates with first hand experience in industrial research.

Students will work in teams of up to 6 students under the guidance of a mentor from industry. The mentor will help guide the students in the modeling process, analysis and computational work associated with a real-world industrial problem. A progress report from each team will be scheduled during the period. In addition, each team will be expected to make an oral final presentation and submit a written report at the end of the 10-day period.

There will be 6 teams participating in the workshop. The following industry scientists have agreed to participate as mentors.

Reports/Abstracts/Presentation Materials | |||

Team |
Mentors | Affiliation | Topic |
---|---|---|---|

1 |
Gregory Arnold |
Air Force Research Laboratory | Sparse Aperture Imaging |

2 |
Nicholas Bennett |
Schlumberger Doll Research | Uncertainty Quantification in Geophysical Inverse Problems |

3 |
Petri Fast |
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory | Contact Algorithms for Dry Granular Flow with Elastic Grains |

4 |
Edward Keyes |
Semiconductor Insights | Integrated Circuit Layout Reconstruction |

5 |
David S. Ross |
Kaiser Permanente | Models of Human Physiology, and Randomized Clinical Trials |

6 |
Chai Wah Wu |
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center | Algorithms for Digital Halftoning |

Schedule | |||

Monday, August 1 | |||

All Day | Workshop Outline: Posing of problems by the 6 industry mentors. Half-hour introductory talks in the morning followed by a welcoming lunch. In the afternoon, the teams work with the mentors. The goal at the end of the day is to get the students to start working on the projects. | EE/CS 3-180 | |

9:00a-9:30a | Coffee and Registration | EE/CS 3-176 | |

9:30a-9:40a | Welcome and Introduction | Douglas N. Arnold (University of Minnesota), Richard J. Braun (University of Delaware), Fernando Reitich (University of Minnesota), Fadil Santosa (University of Minnesota) | EE/CS 3-180 |

9:40a-10:00a | Team 1: Sparse Aperture Imaging | D. Gregory Arnold (Air Force Research Laboratory) | EE/CS 3-180 |

10:00a-10:20a | (Team 2) Uncertainty Quantification in Geophysical Inverse Problems | Nicholas Bennett (Schlumberger) | EE/CS 3-180 |

10:20a-10:40a | (Team 3) Contact Algorithms for Dry Granular Flow with Elastic Grains | Petri Fast (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories) | EE/CS 3-180 |

10:40a-11:00a | Break | EE/CS 3-176 | |

11:00a-11:20a | (Team 4) Integrated Circuit Layout Reconstruction | Edward Keyes (Semiconductor Insights) | EE/CS 3-180 |

11:20a-11:40a | (Team 5) Models of Human Physiology, and Randomized Clinical Trials | David S. Ross (Kaiser Permanente) | EE/CS 3-180 |

11:40a-12:00p | (Team 6) Algorithms for Digital Halftoning | Chai Wah Wu (IBM) | EE/CS 3-180 |

12:00p-1:00p | Lunch | Orchid Cafe, Thai Cuisine 304 Oak Street Minneapolis Phone: 612-331-4061 | |

1:30p-4:30p | afternoon - start work on projects | EE/CS 3-180 | |

Tuesday, August 2 | |||

All Day | Students work on the projects. Mentors guide their groups through the modeling process, leading discussion sessions, suggesting references, and assigning work. | ||

Wednesday, August 3 | |||

All Day | Students work on the projects. Mentors guide their groups through the modeling process, leading discussion sessions, suggesting references, and assigning work. | ||

Thursday, August 4 | |||

All Day | Students and mentors work on the projects. | ||

Friday, August 5 | |||

9:30a-9:50a | Team 2 Progress Report | Lind Hall 305 | |

9:50a-10:10a | Team 4 Progress Report | Lind Hall 305 | |

10:10a-10:30a | Team 1 Progress Report | Lind Hall 305 | |

10:30a-11:00a | Break | Lind Hall 400 | |

11:00a-11:20a | Team 6 Progress Report | Lind Hall 305 | |

11:20a-11:40a | Team 3 Progress Report | Lind Hall 305 | |

11:40a-12:00p | Team 5 Progress Report | Lind Hall 305 | |

12:15p-2:00p | Picnic | TBA | |

Saturday, August 6 | |||

All Day | Students and mentors work on the projects. | ||

Sunday, August 7 | |||

All Day | Students and mentors work on the projects. | ||

Monday, August 8 | |||

All Day | Students and mentors work on the projects. | ||

Tuesday, August 9 | |||

All Day | Students and mentors work on the projects. | ||

Wednesday, August 10 | |||

9:00a-9:30a | Team 6 Final Report | EE/CS 3-180 | |

9:30a-10:00a | Team 3 Final Report | EE/CS 3-180 | |

10:00a-10:30a | Team 4 Final Report | ||

10:30a-11:00a | Break | EE/CS 3-180 | |

11:00a-11:30a | Team 1 Final Report | EE/CS 3-180 | |

11:30a-12:00p | Team 5 Final Report | EE/CS 3-180 | |

12:00p-12:30p | Team 2 Final Report | EE/CS 3-180 | |

12:30p-2:00p | Pizza party | Lind Hall 400 |

Graduate students and advanced undergraduates are invited to apply. An application form must be submitted to the IMA. In addition, two letters of recommendation are required; one must be from the student's advisor, director of graduate studies, or department chair. Prerequisites vary and depend on the project, but computational skills are important.

**The IMA will cover local living expenses but not travel (IMA
Participating Institution may use their PI funds for this
purpose)**.
Selection criteria will be based on background and statement of
interest, as well as geographic and institutional diversity.
Women and
minorities are especially encouraged to apply. Applications
must be
completed by **April 15 2005** for full consideration. Early
submissions are
encouraged. Successful applicants will be notified by April 30,
2005.

Completed application forms and Letters of Recommendation should be addressed to "Math Modeling Committee" and emailed to mm-applications@ima.umn.edu. Text, pdf or postscript files are prefered.

Name | Department | Affiliation |
---|---|---|

D. Gregory Arnold | AFRL/SNAT | Air Force Research Laboratory |

Douglas N. Arnold | Institute for Mathematics and its Applications | University of Minnesota |

Katherine Bartley | Mathematics | University of Nebraska - Lincoln |

Nicholas Bennett | 36 Old Quarry Road | Schlumberger |

Ian Besse | Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences | University of Iowa |

Sagar Bhatt | Computational & Applied Math | Rice University |

Henry A. Boateng | Mathematics | University of Michigan |

Richard J. Braun | Department of Mathematical Sciences | University of Delaware |

Patrick R. Campbell | T-7: Mathematcal modeling and analysis | Los Alamos National Laboratory |

Pengwen Chen | Mathematics | University of Florida |

Julianne Chung | Department of Mathematics and Computer Science | Emory University |

James Ci | University of Minnesota | |

Shilpa Das Gupta | Mathematics | Mississippi State University |

Valjean Elander | Mathematics | University of Nevada - Las Vegas |

Malena Espanol | Mathematics | Tufts University |

Qirong Fang | Mathematics | Purdue University |

Petri Fast | Center for Applied Scientific Computing | Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories |

Harshini Fernando | Department of Mathematics and Statistics | Texas Tech University |

John Harlim | Dept. of Mathematics | University of Maryland |

Alfa Heryudono | Mathematical Sciences | University of Delaware |

Mark Iwen | Department of Mathematics | University of Michigan |

Lijian Jiang | Math Dept | Texas A & M University |

Chao Jin | Dept. of Applied Mathematics | University of Colorado - Boulder |

Edward Keyes | Semiconductor Insights | |

Joel Lepak | Department of Mathematics | University of Michigan |

Yan Li | Mathematics | Texas A & M University |

Michael J. Minardi | Air Force Research Laboratory | |

Kiran Naidu | Air Force Research Laboratory | |

Jayoung Nam | Mathematics | Indiana University |

Jorge M. Ramirez | Department of Mathematics | Oregon State University |

Fernando Reitich | School of Mathematics | University of Minnesota |

Robert Ronkese | Ewing Hall | University of Delaware |

David S. Ross | The Archimedes Project | Kaiser Permanente |

John Sabino | Computational & Applied Math | Rice University |

Rina Santos | Mathematical Sciences | University of Nevada - Las Vegas |

Fadil Santosa | School of Mathematics | University of Minnesota |

Arnd Scheel | Institute for Mathematics and its Applications | University of Minnesota |

Qingshuo Song | Department of Mathematics | Wayne State University |

Skyler Speakman | Mathematics | University of Kentucky |

David St John | SEO 322 | University of Illinois - Chicago |

David Tello | Mathematics and Statistics | Arizona State University |

Paula Andrea Vasquez | Mathamtical Sciences | University of Delaware |

Lei Wang | Department of Mathematics | University of Michigan |

Thomas Neil Williams | Department of Mathematics | Mississippi State University |

Chai Wah Wu | TJ Watson Research Center | IBM |

Chuan Xue | Mathematics | University of Minnesota |