Event Date/Time: Jul 15, 2003
End Date/Time: Jul 19, 2003
Early Registration Date:
Jun 10, 2003
Abstract Submission Date:
Jan 13, 2003
Paper Submission Date:
Mar 14, 2003
Meeting themes include, but are not limited to:
Core Linear Algebra:
* Indefinite inner products
* Matrix inequalities
* Kronecker products
* Symbolic computations
* Graphs and matrices
Numerical Linear Algebra:
* Large-scale eigenvalue problems
* Polynomial eigenvalue problems
* Foundations of computational mathematics
* Lattice QCD calculations
Linear Algebra and its applications in:
* Information retrieval
* Computational biomedicine
* Dynamical systems
* Quantum information
* Systems and control
* Image processing
Roy Mathias, The College of William and Mary (Co-chair)
Hugo Woerdeman, The College of William and Mary (Co-chair)
Raymond Chan, Chinese University of Hong Kong
John Gilbert, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and University of California, Santa Barbara
Per Christian Hansen, Technical University of Denmark
Nicholas Higham, University of Manchester
Ilse Ipsen, North Carolina State University
Horst Simon, NERSC, Berkeley
Paul Van Dooren, Université Catholique de Louvain
Invited Plenary Speakers
SIAM and the Conference Organizing Committee are proud to announce that the following mathematicians and scientists have accepted their invitations to speak at the conference. These invited speakers and their presentations will play an important role in increasing interaction among applied and computational mathematicians, engineers, physicists, and researchers and scientists in academia, industry, and government who attend the meeting.
Linear Algebra in Quantum Computation
George Cybenko, Dartmouth College
Structured Linear Algebra Problems in Control
Heike Fassbender, TU Braunschweig
Lattice QCD Calculations
Andreas Frommer, Bergische Universität-Gesamthochschule Wuppertal
Large-scale Eigenvalue Problems
Rich Lehoucq, Sandia National Laboratories
Spectral Properties of Nonnegative Matrices
Judith McDonald, Washington State University (ILAS Speaker)
Kronecker Products in Image Restoration
James G. Nagy, Emory University
Optimizing Matrix Stability
Michael Overton, New York University
Nonnegative Matrix Pairs, 2-D Dynamical Systems, and Road-colorings
Bryan Shader, University of Wyoming (ILAS Speaker)
Open Problems and Future Directions in Numerical Linear Algebra
G. W. (Pete) Stewart, University of Maryland
Gilles Villard, CNRS/Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Matrix Inequalities and Applications
Rajendra Bhatia, Indian Statistical Institute, and Qiang Ye, University of Kentucky
Linear Algebra in Data Mining and Information Retrieval
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas
Linear Algebra in Computational Biomedicine
Sabine Van Huffel, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, and Nicola Mastronardi, Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo
Indefinite Inner Products and Applications
Chi-Kwong Li and Leiba Rodman, The College of William and Mary
Numerical Solution of Polynomial Eigenvalue Problems
Volker Mehrmann, TU Berlin, and Françoise Tisseur, University of Manchester
Linear Algebra Problems in Science Applications
Esmond Ng, NSERC
Foundations of Computational Mathematics in Numerical Linear Algebra
Stephen Vavasis, Cornell University
Invited Business Meeting Speaker
The NSF and Applied Linear Algebra
Michael Steuerwalt, National Science Foundation
Five Fundamental Facts in Matrix Analysis
Roger Horn, University of Utah
How to Contribute
You are invited to contribute a presentation for this meeting in one of the following formats:
A minisymposium consists of four 25-minute presentations, with an additional five minutes for discussion after each presentation. Prospective minisymposium organizers are asked to submit a proposal consisting of a title, a description (not exceeding 100 words), a list of 4 speakers (a minisymposium organizer may also be a speaker in the minisymposium, usually the first presenter to give an expository talk), and, titles of their presentations. It is recommended that the minisymposium organizer make the first talk as much of a tutorial as possible. Each minisymposium speaker should submit a 75-word abstract in LaTeX format. The URL for electronic submissions is http://www.siam.org/meetings/la03/part.htm.
Prospective minisymposium organizers should seriously consider the following recommendations when selecting speakers in a minisymposium.
* Speakers should be selected primarily for their current contributions to the topic area.
* Speakers should be as representative of researchers in the area as is practical.
* Minisymposium organizers should select the first speaker based on one who can provide an overview of the topic area, put the whole area in perspective, particularly with regard to applications, and suggest new venues for continued research and application. A minisymposium organizer may speak in the minisymposium he or she is organizing.
* SIAM discourages minisymposia in which most of the speakers come from the same organization or if all co-authors on the papers being presented in a minisymposium are from the same organization.
The Organizing Committee will referee contributed minisymposia. The number of minisymposia may be limited to retain an acceptable level of parallelism in the meeting sessions.
For instructions on submitting papers for the Proceedings, follow these Instructions.
Deadline for submission of minisymposium proposals: 12/16/02
Deadline for submission of minisymposium speakers' abstracts: 1/13/03
Presentations in Lecture or Poster Format
Contributions in lecture or poster format are invited in all areas of applied mathematics consistent with the meeting themes. Each contributor must submit a 75-word abstract in LaTeX format. Accepted papers will be assigned by the organizing committee to either a lecture presentation or a poster. Contributors should indicate which format they prefer. A lecture consists of a 12-minute presentation, with an additional 3 minutes for questions and answers. A poster presentation consists of the use of visual aids, such as 8.5" x 11" sheets for mounting on a 4' x 6' poster board and will be presented in a two-hour informal session that allows presenters to discuss their research with individual attendees. A poster board will be provided at the meeting for each poster presenter. The URL for electronic submissions is http://www.siam.org/meetings/la03/part.htm
Deadline for submission of contributed abstracts for posters or lectures: 1/13/03
Every presenter of a minisymposium, contributed lecture, or contributed poster presentation must submit a 75-word abstract in LaTex format. The 75-word abstracts will appear in the final program. The URL for electronic submissions is http://www.siam.org/meetings/la03/part.htm
Notice of Acceptance or Rejection
SIAM will send e-mail notices to all submitters as to whether their minisymposium proposals and contributed abstracts have been accepted by 2/10/03
Because of the possibility of space and time constraints, the Organizing Committee reserves the right to limit the number of presentations given by one individual. Please limit to one talk per person. This includes presentations in a minisymposium as well as contributed lecture-format sessions.
The meeting program and information on registration, hotel, and transportation will be available at this location in March 2003.
Publishers, software and hardware suppliers, and service organizations that have products to offer to meeting attendees are invited to exhibit. For further information and fees, please contact the SIAM Marketing Representative at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dates to Remember
Deadline for submission of minisymposium proposals. 12/16/02
Deadline for submission of minisymposium speakers' abstracts. 1/13/03
Deadline for submission of contributed abstracts for lecture or poster presentations. 1/13/03
Standard AV Set-Up in Meeting Rooms
Every plenary session room will have two overhead projectors, two screens, and a data projector. All other breakout rooms will have one overhead projector, one screen, and a data projector.
Speakers may request audiovisual equipment, other than the standard equipment listed above, by contacting email@example.com by June 10, 2003. Additional requests are subject to approval. E-mail confirmation is sent to speakers who make special requests. To avoid confusion on-site, please be certain you receive an e-mail confirmation!
To review SIAM's audiovisual equipment policy, please visit http://www.siam.org/meetings/resources/avnotice.htm
General information will be posted here in March 2003.
Program & Updates
Program information will be available in March 2003.
Activity Group on Linear Algebra
The SIAM Activity Group on Linear Algebra promotes research in linear algebra and its applications. The group organizes regular conferences such as the SIAM Conference on Linear Algebra in Signals, Systems, and Control and the triennial SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra. They also support smaller, less formal conferences as requested by the membership