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High Frequency Wave Propagation and Scattering

23rd July 2007 to 27th July 2007

Organisers: Simon Chandler-Wilde (Reading), Ivan Graham (Bath), Stephen Langdon (Reading) and Valery Smyshlyaev (Bath)

Workshop Theme

This follow-up satellite workshop of the Isaac Newton Institute programme on Highly Oscillatory Problems (HOP), is concerned with theoretical, computational and application-related issues associated with solving problems of wave scattering and propagation at high frequency.

Presentations at the workshop will include but are not limited to: fast methods for computation at high frequency; asymptotics of solution behaviour; hybrid asymptotic-numerical methods; conditioning and preconditioning for high frequency problems; generalised and partition of unity finite and boundary element methods; applications.

The workshop will consist of an mixture of invited and contributed talks and at least one discussion session.

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