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  1. Epileptiform Activity in Differential Equation Models of Neuronal Networks (Berichte Aus Der Physik) by Christian Hauptmann, 2000-10-12
  2. Inverse Problems: Activities for Undergraduates (Classroom Resource Materials) by Charles W. Groetsch, 1999-12-02
  3. Computing the Electrical Activity in the Heart (Monographs in Computational Science and Engineering) by Joakim Sundnes, Glenn Terje Lines, et all 2010-11-02
  4. Computer Science Research Activities In Asia: Software Technology And Patents, Cim, Scientific Computation And Differential Equations, Computer And Mathmatics Modelling, And System Simulation by David K. Kahaner, 1993-09-30
  5. Stochastic estimation in combined arms Lanchester modeling of warfare (Technical report / U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity) by Herbert E Cohen, 1985
  6. Methodology for stochastic modeling (Technical report / U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity) by Herbert E Cohen, 1985
  7. Ready-To-Use Vocabulary, Word Attack & Comprehension Activities: Fifth Grade Reading Level (Reading Skills Activities Library) by Henriette L. Allen, Walter B. Barbe, et all 1999-09

41. Research Activities
Prof. El. M. Elabbasy (ordinary differential equations); Dr. HamdyN. Agiza (differential equations, Nonlinear Dynamical Systems);\index.htm
Welcome To Mathematics Department
Research Groups
Introduction Top Applied Mathematics Top
  • Prof. H.H. Yahya (Theoretical Mechanics) Prof. M. N. Allam (Elasticity, Viscoelasticity) Prof. E. Ahmed (Field Theory, Nonlinear Dynamics Dr. Magdy Elias Fares (Theory of Elasticity) Dr. Khaled Abd El-Azim Elsibai (Thermo Elasticity) Dr. Samy Ahmed Abd El-Hafeez (Theoretical Mechanics) Dr. Awad Ibrahim El-Gohary (Theoretical Mechanics) Dr. Samya Hassan (Theoretical Mechanics) Dr. Mahmoud Hamdi Abd El-Hafeze (Hydrodynamics) Dr. M. N. Farah (Fluid mechanics)
Pure Mathematics Top
  • Prof. A. F. Dowidar (Mathematical Analysis)
Group of Abstract Algebra Top
  • Prof. A. S. Hegzi (Harmonic Analysis) Dr.Saleh Saleh Al-Mahdy Dr. Soad Abd El-Mohsin Abd El-Aziz Dr. Mirvat Abd El-Bary El-Sharabasy

42. Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
Apart from the main activities a shorter workshop on Multiscaling, organised by G surveytalks on a range of topics in partial differential equations, was held
Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
8 January to 6 July 2001
Report from the Organisers: H Brezis (Paris), EN Dancer (Sydney), JF Toland (Bath), NS Trudinger (Aust. Nat. Univ.)
Scientific Background
Outcome and Achievements

Other Activity
Scientific Background
Nonlinear partial differential equations lie at the frontier of contemporary mathematics with deep theoretical challenges linked to diverse applications. This programme emphasised equations of elliptic and parabolic type, which traditionally model steady states and evolving processes. The programme was divided into four interrelated themes:
• Geometric evolution equations;
• Fully nonlinear equations;
• Variational problems with singularities;
• Reaction diffusion equations.
The first two themes were pursued mainly during the first three months of the programme and the last two themes during the last three months. The activities under each theme culminated in a workshop. The first two were integrated in a two- week workshop supported by the EC, as a Euroworkshop entitled Geometric Evolutions and Nonlinear Elliptic Equations, organised by B Andrews and NS Trudinger, from 26 March to 6 April 2001. A workshop on Variational Problems with Singularities, organised by H Brezis and F Bethuel, was held from 25 to 29 June 2001, while the final activity of the programme, covering the last theme above, was a Euroconference entitled Nonlinear Elliptic Equations and Transition Phenomena, organised by EN Dancer and H Brezis, from 2 to 6 July 2001.

43. National Symposia List
Details of symposia in the mathematical sciences in the UK lasting at least a week, maintained at Category Science Math Events Calendars......Consolidated List of National Symposia activities in the Mathematical Sciences. InternationalConference on Dynamical Syste ms and differential equations, 24 May
Consolidated List of National Symposia Activities in the Mathematical Sciences
The aim of this list is to bring together details of symposia in the mathematical sciences throughout the UK (lasting at least a week), which fall into any of the categories listed below. Contributions from all UK institutions are welcomed. To help others with planning it is helpful if brief details (eg title and date and contact info) can be included as early as possible. Further details can then be included as they become available. To submit information please send an email to requesting a proforma. Links to the pages of UK mathematical institutions, which include details of shorter meetings and other events, can be found here . These institutions have all contributed to the comprehensive list below. The symposia are in chronological order by start date:
  • Year 2001 Year 2002 Year 2003 Year 2004 ... Previous years
  • Category Description A Long Programme B Research Workshop C Conference D Instructional Course Year 2002 Organisation Symposium Title Dates cat.

    44. The 5-th Americas Conference On Differential Equations And Nonlinear Dynamics
    we wish to maintain the high level of scientific activities and interaction and inthe field of nonlinear dynamics and differential equations, and acknowledge
    The 5-th Americas Conference on Differential Equations and Nonlinear Dynamics
    La 5 a
    o Congresso das Americas sobre Equações Diferenciais e Dinâmica não-Linear Welcome Scientific Committee Plenary Speakers Organizing Committee New! Final Program Schedule PIMS Poster Session on the Web Registration Program Updates Speaker Index Abstracts Travel Information Accommodation ... Contact us While the first two meetings saw a concentration of participants from the US, Brazil, Mexico, and Venezuela, the recent two meetings have seen active participation from other Americas countries such as Canada, Colombia, Chile, and Peru. In inviting and welcoming colleagues from all Americas countries to the beautiful campus of University of Alberta for the 5th Americas Conference, we wish to maintain the high level of scientific activities and interaction and broaden the participation from more countries of the Americas. The 5th Americas conference will be dedicated to Professor Shui-Nee Chow, one of the founders and a driving force of the Americas Conferences series. On the occasion of his 60th birthday, we will recognize his fundamental contributions and leadership in the field of nonlinear dynamics and differential equations, and acknowledge his outstanding service to the international mathematical community.

    45. Differential Equations Home Page
    be able to analytically solve some important families of differential equations;; Homework,Quizzes, Projects, and activities I will assign and collect homework
    Course Information
    Course: Math 250, Differential Equations, Spring 2003, Central College
    Professor: Tom Linton , 312 B Central Hall, (641) 628-5264, email:
    Class Meets: MWF 2:00 to 2:50 PM in Central Hall 310.
    Office Hours: 9 AM Mon, Fri, 1 PM Tues, 3 PM Wed, or by appointment.
    Texts: Differential Equations , 2nd Edition, by Blanchard, Devaney, and Hall.
    Differential Equations with Mathematica
    , 2nd Edition, by Coombes et. al.
    Technology: We will make extensive use of the program Mathematica and perhaps other software related to differential equations. No prior knowledge of these tools is assumed. The class web page is located at the URL and information relevant to this course may come via email. You should check your email and the class web page on occasion. We will also use the on-line course management program Blackboard to distribute and collect materials for this class, as well as post grades for completed assignments.
    Final Exam: 1 PM Thursday May 8, Central Hall 310.

    46. Past Activities
    CONFERENCE S WORKSHOPS PAST activities. International Conference on NonlinearEvolutionary Partial differential equations at the City of Yellow Mountain
    background news bulletin membership research ... publications
    P A S T A C T I V I T I E S
    present / future
    Group photo of the International Conference on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations - Theory and Approximation
    Short-period Programmes
    Half-year Programmes
    July 3 - 13, 2001
    Summer School / Summer Seminar in Applied Analysis

    June 10 - 15, 2001
    International Conference on Nonlinear Evolutionary Partial Differential Equations at the City of Yellow Mountain, China

    June 4 - 8, 2001 International Conference of Computational Harmonic Analysis January 4 - 8, 2001 Second Pacific Rim Conference on Mathematics (Jointly organized with institutions from Canada, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, USA) August 14 - 18, 2000 International Workshop on Applied Mathematics July 13 - 17, 2000 International Conference on Foundations of Computational Mathematics in Honour of Professor Steve Smale's 70th Birthday December 15 - 18, 1998 International Conference on Nonlinear Programming and Variational Inequalities June 15 - 19, 1998

    47. AHPCC Research Activities
    Abstract SciNapse is a problem solving environment for numericallysolving partial differential equations. The main interface to
    SciNapse: A Problem Solving Environment
    Speaker: Stanly Steinberg
    Department of Mathematics and Statistics
    University of New Mexico
    Albuquerque NM 87131
    The SciNapse system includes a template language for specifying algorithms. One typical use for templates is to specify the over-all time evolution in terms of a general method for taking individual time steps. Then the particular method for taking a time step can be chosen from a library of templates, e.g. Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg or Dormand-Prince integrators, or a new template may be written. If the method is implicit, then a solver may also be chosen from a library of solvers, e.g. preconditioned conjugate gradient or quasi-minimal residual, or a new solver template can be written. SciNapse has heuristics for choosing solvers, and many other features of the solution algorithm. The SciNapse system is implemented in Mathematica and the templates are executable Mathematica code, so they can easily be tested for correctness in Mathematica. Collaborators: R.L. Akers, E. Kant, C. Randall, R.L. Young

    48. Centres Participating In TWAS Associateship Scheme
    Ciudad Universitaria, 5000 Córdoba, Argentina, Research activities MathematicsNumerical analysis and computation, Partial differential equations and real




    ... Links Last update:
    Mon, 24 Feb 2003 TWAS is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. Activities Fellowships and Associateships TWAS/UNESCO Associateship Scheme
    Centres Participating in the TWAS/UNESCO Associateship Scheme
    Agricultural Sciences Biology and Medical Sciences Chemistry Earth Sciences ... Physics
    Mathematical Sciences
    Research Activities: Mathematics: Numerical analysis and computation, Partial differential equations and real harmonic analysis, statistics and probability, Differential geometry on homogeneous spaces. Representation Theory of Lie Groups and Algebras. Physics: Material sciences, Metallurgy, Atomic spectroscopy, Atmospherical sciences, Medical physics. General relativity and gravitation, Mathematical physics, Magnetic and quadrupolar resonance, Equilibrium and non-equilibrium Statistical mechanics. Research Centre for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (RCMPS), University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh Research Activities: All aspects of Mathematics and physical sciences including Statistics, Mathematical economics, Logic and philosophy of mathematics; Particle physics, Quantum field theory, Gravitation, Cosmology, Fluid dynamics. Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Scientific Computing, IMECC, State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), C.P.6065, CEP 13081-970 Campinas, SP Brazil

    49. Academic Activities
    TEACHING activities. Calculus II, Compulsory, 6, First, Second. Advanced Calculus,Compulsory, 6, Second, First. differential equations I, Compulsory, 3.75, Second,First.
    Linear Algebra Compulsory First First Calculus I Compulsory First First Calculus II Compulsory First Second Advanced Calculus Compulsory Second First Differential Equations I Compulsory Second First Differential Equations II Compulsory Second Second Mathematical Methods I Compulsary Fourth First Mathematical Methods II Compulsary Fourth Second Introduction to the Symbolic Manipulators Optional Fourth First Numerical Methods for ODEs Optional Fourth Second Mathematical Optimization Optional Fourth Second Dynamical Systems in Engineering Optional Fifth First Numerical Methods for PDEs Optional Fifth Second Mathematics for the specialized field (Mechanical) Compulsory Fourth First Mathematics for the specialized field (Electrical) Compulsory Fourth First Mathematics for the specialized field (Business Administration) Compulsory Fourth First
      (*) 1 CREDIT = 10 TEACHING HOURS
    COURSES OF THE DOCTORATE PROGRAM IN MATHEMATICS (only the courses given by the Department)
    Ergodic Theory and Topological Dynamics for Differential Equations Optional Ana Isabel Alonso Rafael Obaya Sylvia Novo Mathematica: Introduction and applications Optional Numerical methods for optimization Optional Protection of the information by encoding the data: Introduction to the code theory Optional Maple V: Introduction and applications Optional Introduction to the high performance computation in supercomputers of Beowulf class for scientific applications Optional
      (*) 1 CREDIT = 10 TEACHING HOURS

    50. Software For Partial Differential Equations
    click for movie Partial differential equations constitute the based investigationof the equations allow us This research, combined with activities at SINTEF
    Software for
    Partial Differential Equations
    Funding This project is financed in part by The Research Council of Norway , under the research program BeMatA
    Shortcuts Project Summary


    Related Projects

    Staff Prof. Are Magnus Bruaset
    Dr. Xing Cai

    Prof. Hans Petter Langtangen

    Dr. Glenn Terje Lines
    Prof. Aslak Tveito
    Links Diffpack Book Numerical Objects AS Parallel Solution of PDEs Linux Cluster at Ifi
    Project Summary The Norwegian Version
    The project will focus on the development of modern generic software for solving partial differential equations (PDEs). In particular, we want to study and implement the following generic PDE software components:
    • p-version of the finite element method
    • Mixed finite element method
    • The finite volume method
    • Treatment of multi-physics problems
    • Treatment of moving domain problems
    • Efficiency improvement of general PDE software code
    • High-level interface to PDE software code through scripting languages such as Python
    All the above software compoenents are expected to be included in the Diffpack computing environment.

    51. ODE Information
    Utilize firstorder ordinary differential equations in modeling activities.III. Utilize systems of differential equations in modeling activities.
    Credit hours: Prerequisite:

    Differential Equations Supplies:
    A scientific calculator is required, graphing capabilities are desirable. Description:
    This course will cover standard types of equations that involve rates of change. In particular, this is an introductory course in equations that involve ordinary derivatives. Both qualitative and quantitative approaches will be utilized. Standard types and methods will be covered, including Laplace transforms and numerical methods. Course Objectives:
    After completing this course, the student should be able to:
  • Calculate solutions to first-order ordinary differential equations. Calculate solutions to higher-order ordinary differential equations. Calculate solutions to systems of first-order ordinary differential equations. Utilize the concepts of differential-equation theory in applied modeling activities.
  • I. Introduction
  • Define ordinary versus partial differential equations. Define the degree of a differential equation. Define linear versus nonlinear differential equations.
  • 52. Teaching And Training Activities
    Teaching and Training activities. TM Hegland, 4th Year Honours Course, Data MiningMC Hong, 4th Year Honours Course, Partial differential equations AV Isaev
    Up: 2001 Annual Report Previous: Service to Outside Organisations
    Teaching and Training Activities
    Subsections PDF version of this section
    Students supervised
    B H Andrews, supervisor, Julie Clutterbuck (PhD)
    P G Hall, supervisor, Elizabeth Gilliard (PhD), David Hirst (PhD), Hong Ooi (PhD),
    Andrew Rieck (PhD), Christian Rau (PhD) and Bronwen Whiting (PhD)
    C C Heyde, supervisor, Khanhav Au (PhD) and Bernard Wong (PhD)
    A G R McIntosh, supervisor, Sergey Ajiev (PhD), Andreas Axelsson (PhD) and Zengjian
    Lou (PhD)
    M F Newman, supervisor, Annalisa Copetti (PhD), Susan Evans-Riley (PhD) (Sydney),
    David Young (PhD) and Peter Jenkins (vacation scholar)
    M R Osborne, supervisor, Zhengfeng Li (PhD)
    S R Wilson, supervisor, Yvonne Pittelkow (PhD), Chris Stephenson (PhD) (JCSMR)
    and Jacki Wicks (PhD)
    Undergraduate teaching
    D J Daley, 4th Year Honours Course, Probability Modelling through examples A W Hassell, 4th Year Honours Course, Harmonic Analysis (with Adam Sikora), 4th Year Reading Course in Spectral and Scattering Theory T M Hegland, 4th Year Honours Course, Data Mining

    53. Selected Professional Activities
    Selected Professional activities. Element Method with a Local Discretization in SpectralSpace , Numerical Methods for Partial differential equations, 13, pp.
    Selected Professional Activities
    Articles in Progress Publications J. B. Geddes, K. M. Short, and K. Black, "Extracting Signals from Chaotic Laser Data," Phys. Rev. Lett. , 83 (1999). Black, Kelly, "Spectral Element Approximation of Convection-Diffusion Type Problems" , 23 May 1999. Black, Kelly, "A Conservative Spectral Element Method for the Approximation of Compressible Fluid Flow" , Kybernetica, 35(1), pp 133-146 (1999). Black, Kelly, "Spectral Elements on Infinite Domains" SIAM Journal of Scientific Computation , 19(5), 1998, pp. 1667-1681. Black, Kelly, "Spectral Element Approximations and Infinite Domains" Journal of Mathematical Systems Black, Kelly, "A Spectral Element Technique with a Local Spectral Basis" SIAM's Journal on Scientific Computing , 18(2), 1997, pp. 355-370. Black, Kelly, "Approximation of Navier-Stokes Incompressible Flow Using a Spectral Element Method with a Local Discretization in Spectral Space" Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations , 13, pp. 587-599, 1997. Black, Kelly

    54. Mathematics & Mechanics Faculty Of SPBU. Personal Pages. Sergei Yu. Piliugin
    Pilyugin. Teaching activities. The main course of lectures I was giving is theoneyear basic course of differential equations (for second-year students).
    Home Page of Sergei Yu. Pilyugin
    Teaching activities
    I began to teach at the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, Leningrad (now St.Petersburg) State University in 1970. The main course of lectures I was giving is the one-year basic course of differential equations (for second-year students). I was also giving practical seminars based on this course.
    All this time I was also giving special seminars for students specializing at the Department of Differential Equations . These seminars were devoted to various fields of the theory of differential equations, such as the local and global qualitative theories, stability theory, theory of oscillations, theory of bifurcations, theory of invariant manifolds, theory of structural stability, theory of shadowing.
    Under my supervision, more than 40 students prepared their graduate theses.
    In 1977, I developed and began to give a one-year special course on structural stability of differential equations (at that time, no analogs of this course were given at the universities of the USSR). Later I have published a book based on this course (monograph [II] is its English translation).
    In 1989, I developed and began to give a one-year special course on spaces of dynamical systems (also having no analogs). Monograph [III] reflects some basic parts of this course.

    55. NSF Annual Report Of Activities
    being substituted into (1). Invoking the orthogonality of the eigenfunctions wouldresult in a set of coupled, linear ordinary differential equations in time.
    Analytical Modeling and Simulation Research has been initiated in three areas of analysis. First, a rotor model has been developed which will serve as a testbed for dither control strategies. Many different types of models have been used in the past to model brake rotors and computer disks; see for example the review articles of Kinkaid, et al. [1] and Mottershead [2]. There are two general categories of disc models; those that use a modal description and those that use a finite-element model. While the latter is more general, the former was adopted in the initial phase of this investigation for simplicity's sake. In particular, the disc rotor was modeled by a thin, stationary, clamped-free annular plate. The model can be summarized by the following equations: where , E is the elastic modulus, h is the thickness, n is the Poisson's ratio, r is the mass density, and F(r, q ,t) is the force per unit area applied by the brake pad, or by other external means. The term is the biharmonic operator, given in polar coordinates as It is assumed that the plate is clamped at its inner radius, r = b:

    56. AWM Activities At The 2000 SIAM Annual Meeting
    AWM activities at the 2000 SIAM Annual Meeting. Most of the applications involveordinary or partial differential equations, governing biological models.
    Information on the AWM Workshops Homepage for the 2000 SIAM Annual Meeting Questions? Click here to send an email.
    AWM Activities at the 2000 SIAM Annual Meeting
    July 9-14, 2000, Westin Rio Mar Beach Resort, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. These events are held in conjunction with the 2000 SIAM Annual Meeting. AWM and SIAM welcomes your participation. There is no registration fee for this AWM workshop. Program last updated June 21, 2000. Note program changes in red
    • Sunday, July 9, 2000, 7:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m., Caribbean Ballroom 3
      AWM Dinner Banquet
      See AWM staff on-site for ticket availability or email prior to the meeting.
      Monday, July 10, 2000, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Parrot Room
      AWM Minisymposium on Launching a Career (MS7)
      This minisymposium will feature four mathematicians/computer scientists in a variety of careers. The speakers will discuss their career experiences and give some advice on starting a career. A variety of opportunities will be discussed.
      • 10:30 a.m.

    57. AWM Activities At The 2002 SIAM Annual Meeting
    postdocs working with partial differential equations and stochastic models of theShallow Water equations in Lagrangian of the workshop and all AWM activities.
    More information on this event and other AWM Workshops Homepage for the SIAM 50th Anniversary and 2002 Annual Meeting Questions? Click here to send an email.
    AWM Workshop:
    Held in conjunction with the 2002 SIAM Annual Meeting (July 8 - 12, 2002)
    Philadelphia Marriott Hotel
    , Philadelphia.
    The sessions focus on showcasing the research of women graduate students and recent Ph.D. mathematicians and helping individuals to prepare for careers in the mathematical sciences. Our Tuesday morning session is a minisymposium which focuses on career planning and experiences. The workshop also has two research minisymposia presented by recent Ph.D. mathematicians and a poster session presented by graduate students. In addition, on Monday AWM kicks off its events with a luncheon followed at 3:00 p.m. by a special AWM-SIAM Invited Plenary talk presented by Cathleen Morawetz (CIMS) in honor of SIAM's 50th Anniversary. There is no registration fee for this AWM workshop. The invited plenary talk, minisymposia and poster session are open to all SIAM meeting attendees. Pre-registration for the AWM luncheon is required (see below). Last updated June 4, 2002.

    58. Stochastic Partial Differential Equations
    Stochastic Partial differential equations (includes Measure ValuedDiffusions) September 1519, 1997. As part of its 1997-98 program
    Stochastic Partial Differential Equations (includes Measure Valued Diffusions)
    September 15-19, 1997
    As part of its 1997-98 program on Stochastic Analysis , MSRI will host a weeklong workshop on Stochastic Partial Differential Equations(includes Measure Valued Diffusions), September 15-19, 1997. The workshop is being organized by C. Mueller, E. Pardoux and B. Rozovskii. The Scope:
    EKF versus Optimal Nonlinear Filter
    Scheduled speakers include : R. Adler, G. Da Prato, Robert Dalang, D. Dawson, E. Dynkin, Alison Etheridge, Klaus Fleischmann, Istvan Gyongy, Peter Kotelenez, S. Kuznetsov, Sergey Lototsky, Peter March, L. Mytnik, Dan Ocone, Andrey Piatsnitskii, Rich ard Sowers, J. Wehr, and J. Zabczyck. The program schedule is also available. The mathematical community is warmly invited to attend. Please let us know if you plan to come. If you would like to give a talk, please submit the title of your proposed talk and a brief abstract for the organizing committee's consideration. To apply for financial support
    A limited amount of funding is available for partial support of people wishing to attend. Students, recent Ph.D.'s, women, and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply. To apply for funding, send a letter explaining your interest in the workshop together with a vita or bibliography and a budget for travel/living expenses. If you are a student, also solicit a letter from a faculty advisor.

    59. MSRI Summer Graduate Programs Lie Groups And The Method Of The Moving Frame And,
    two lectures will review basic material about differential forms and their applicationsthat requires only a knowledge of ordinary differential equations.
    Summer Graduate Program at MSRI
    July 12-23, 1999
    These two courses will be run simultaneously, and students should select the course appropriate to their level. The first course is for students with little background in differential geometry, while the second will assume that the students have had a first course in the subject. Beginning course: Lie groups and the method of the moving frame Lecturer: Jeanne N. Clelland, University of Colorado at Boulder Brief description In this course, students will gain familiarity with the basic objects of differential geometry, particularly Lie groups, homogeneous spaces, and the geometry of submanifolds through the consideration of examples. The first week will concentrate on specific examples where the groups and homogeneous spaces involved can be very concretely represented and where the results in the different geometries can be compared and contrasted. In the second week, more advanced topics will be taken up, such as Backlund transformations for surfaces of constant negative curvature in 3-space, Weierstrass formulae (both the classical one and the more modern ones for affine and hyperbolic geometry), frame bundles, and the geometry of spaces with conformal structures. Assumed background Students should have had a first course in differential geometry and should be familiar with matrix groups and the basics of smooth manifolds, tangent spaces, and inverse and implicit function theorems. Spivak's "Calculus on Manifolds" or Volume 1 of his "Comprehensive introduction to differential geometry" would be good sources.

    60. Current Research Activities
    Research activities. Numerical analysis especially numerical linearalgebra and numerical methods for differential equations.

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