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J.M.
Hyman
Center for Nonlinear Studies
Los Alamos National Laboratory
mac@t7.lanl.gov
Mary
F. Wheeler
TICAM
University of Texas at Austin
mfw@ticam.utexas.edu
The workshop will focus on recent developments in numerical methods for the efficient and accurate simulation of multiscale transport problems in porous media. Although considerable research in flow modeling is application driven, all facets of these complex simulations are of interest, including discretizations, grid generation, adaptivity, efficient solvers, interface tracking methods, and numerical subgrid upscaling techniques. Of particular interest is the relationship and interaction of these key components of the solution process in real applications.
AREAS OF INTEREST INCLUDE:
Discretization Methods
 discontinuous coefficients
 distorted structured grids
 unstructured grids
 mixed FEM/mimetic FV/SOM
 (Multilevel) numerical upscaling/homogenization
 multiscale Finite Elements
Grids
 grid generation
 grid alignment
 adaptive mesh refinement (AMR)
 interface tracking
Sensitivity, Verification and Validation
 sensitivity analysis
Efficient Simulation
 NewtonKrylov methods for nonlinear discrete systems
 Multilevel preconditioning of NewtonKrylov methods
 Multilevel/Multigrid methods
Wednesday 
WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 13 All talks are in Lecture Hall EE/CS 3180 unless otherwise noted. 


8:30 am  Coffee and Registration 
Reception Room EE/CS 3176 
9:15 am  Douglas Arnold, Robert Gulliver, and Mary F. Wheeler  Welcome and Introduction 


9:30 am  Louis
J. Durlofsky Stanford University 
Upscaling and Gridding of Geologically Complex Systems for Reservoir Flow Simulation Slides: html pdf powerpoint 
10:30 am  Coffee Break  Reception Room EE/CS 3176 
11:00 am  Rick
H. Dean TICAM, University of Texas at Austin 
Mixed impem/implicit techniques for compositional modeling of flow in porous media 
12:00 pm 
Lunch
Break


2:00 pm  Dongxiao
Zhang Los Alamos National Laboratory 
Nonstationary Stochastic Flow and Transport Theories and their Applications 
3:00 pm 
Second Chances: Clint Dawson, Moderator 
3:00
Lou J. Durlofsky 3:15 Rick H. Dean 3:30 Dongxiao Zhang 
3:45 pm  Open Discussion  Clint Dawson, Moderator 
4:00 pm  IMA
Tea/Reception A variety of appetizers and beverages will be served. 
IMA East, 400 Lind Hall 
THURSDAY,
MARCH 14 All talks are in Lecture Hall EE/CS 3180 unless otherwise noted. 

9:00 am  Coffee 
Reception Room EE/CS 3176 


9:30 am  Jim
Douglas, Jr. Purdue University 
A Locally Conservative EulerianLagrangian Finite Element Method and Applications 
10:30 am  Coffee Break  Reception Room EE/CS 3176 
11:00 am  Mary
F. Wheeler The University of Texas at Austin 
Locally Conservative Algorithms for Flow and Transport 
12:00 pm 
Lunch
Break


1:30 pm  Patrick
Knupp Sandia Labs and Mikhail Shashkov Los Alamos Labs 
Reference Jacobian Optimizationbased Grid Generation 
2:00 pm  Clint
Dawson The University of Texas at Austin 
The local discontinuous Galerkin method for flow and transport problems 
3:00 am  Coffee Break  Reception Room EE/CS 3176 
3:15 pm  Magne
S. Espedal University of Bergen 
On local grid refinement and upscaling for transport in heterogeneous media 
3:45 pm  Ivan
Yotov University of Pittsburgh 
Numerical modeling of copupled fluid flow and porous media flow 
4:15 pm 
Second Chances: Malgo Peszynska, Moderator 
4:15
Jim Douglas, Jr. 4:30 Mary F. Wheeler 4:45 Clint Dawson 
4:45 pm  Open Discussion  Malgo Peszynska, Moderator 
FRIDAY,
MARCH 15 All talks are in Lecture Hall EE/CS 3180 unless otherwise noted. 

9:00 am  Coffee  Reception Room EE/CS 3176 


9:30 am  Malgorzata
Peszynska University of Texas at Austin 
Coupling of models for multiphase flow and transport in porous media with multiple scales 
10:30 am  Break  Reception Room EE/CS 3176 
11:00 am  James
M. Hyman Los Alamos National Laboratory 
Subgrid scale modeling of flow through heterogeneous porous media 
12:00 pm 
Lunch
Break


1:30 pm  Thomas
F. Russell University of Colorado at Denver 
Trial Functions for ThreeDimensional ControlVolume Mixed Finite Element Methods 
2:00 pm  Gabriel
Wittum University of Heidelberg 
Multigrid Methods for PorousMedia Flow Problems and Applications 
2:30 pm 
Second Chances: Jim Douglas, Moderator 
2:30
Malgorzata Peszynska 2:45 James M. Hyman 3:00 Gabriel Wittum 
3:15 pm  Open Discussion  Jim Douglas, Moderator 
Wednesday 
Name

Department  Affiliation 

Doug Arnold  Institute for Mathematics & its Applications  
Robert Burridge  Earth Resources Laboratory  Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Valera P. Chtchekbakov  Geophysical Observatory "Borok"  
Nicholas Coult  Mathematics  Augsburg College 
Robert Crone  Air Bearing Design  IBM 
Dacian Daescu  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  
Clint Dawson  TICAM  The University of Texas at Austin 
Rick H. Dean  TICAM  University of Texas at Austin 
Emmanuel Detournay  Civil Engineering  University of Minnesota 
Douglas Dokken  Mathematics  University of St. Thomas 
Jim Douglas  Mathematics  Purdue University 
Gregory S. Duane  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  
Louis J. Durlofsky  Petroleum Engineering  Stanford University 
Selim Esedoglu  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  
Magne Espedal  Mathematics  University of Bergen 
Margot Gerritsen  Petroleum Engineering  Stanford University 
Robert Gulliver  Institute for Mathematics & its Applications  
J.M. Hyman  Center for Nonlinear Studies  Los Alamos National Laboratory 
Jerome Jaffre  Projet Estime  INRIA  Rocquencourt 
Daniel Kern  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  
Runhild Aae Klausen  Mathematics  University of Colorado at Denver 
Steven Robert Knudsen  Computer Research  Institute for Software Research 
Patrick Knupp  Parallel Computing Sciences, 9226  Sandia National Laboratories 
Jichun Li  Mathematical Sciences  University of Nevada, Las Vegas 
Yi Li  Mathematical Sciences  Stevens Institute of Technology 
Dan Marchesin  IMPA Estrada Dona Castorina, 110  Instituto de Matematica Pura e Aplicada 
Aurelia Minut  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  
William Newman  Earth & Space Sciences  University of California, Los Angeles 
Miaojung Yvonne Ou  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  
Malgorzata Peszynska  CSM TICAM, CO200 ACES 5.326  The University of Texas at Austin 
Jean Roberts  INRIA  Rocquencourt  
Thomas F. Russell  Mathematics  University of Colorado at Denver 
Fadil Santosa  Institute for Mathematics & its Applications  
Kurt Scholz  Mathematics  University of St. Thomas 
George R. Sell  Mathematics  University of Minnesota 
Mikhail Shashkov  Theoretical  Los Alamos National Laboratory 
Michael W. Amilwy  Mathematics  Iowa State University 
Assist. Anna M. Spagnuolo  Mathematics and Statistics  Oakland University 
John Stockie  Mathematics & Statistics  University of New Brunswick 
Daniel Tartakovsky  Group T7, MS B256  Los Alamos National Laboratory 
Xiaoming Wang  Courant Institute of Mathematical Science  New York Universtiy 
Mary F. Wheeler  TICAM  The University of Texas at Austin 
Gabriel Wittum  Simulation in Technology, IfI, IWR  Universität Heidelberg 
Ivan Yotov  Mathematics  University of Pittsburgh 
Dongxiao Zhang  Los Alamos National Laboratory 
20012002 IMA Thematic Year on Mathematics in the Geosciences
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