List of plenary speakers (with preliminary titles):

Michal Benes (Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic)

Mathematical and Computational Aspects of Solidification of Crystallic Materials

Gui-Qiang Chen (Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University, Chicago, USA)

Numerical Methods in Computational Fluid Dynamics

Herman-Josef Diepers ( ACCESS e.V., Aachen, Germany)

Phase-field modeling of multi-phase solidification and flow phenomena

Gerd Dziuk (Institute of Applied Mathematics, University of Freiburg, Germany)

Curvature driven evolution equations

Richard E. Ewing (Texas A&M University, USA)

Computational Methods for Fluid Flow in Porous Media

Klaus Johannsen ( Institute for Scientific Computing, University of Heidelberg/ Institute for Computer Applications, University of Stuttgart, Germany )

Density Driven Flow in Porous Media: Modeling, Aproximation and Numerical Solution

Jozef Kacur (Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia)

Inverse Problems in Infiltration

Jozef Komornik (Faculty of Management, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia)

Modeling of Economic in Time Series

Milan Kratka (Wolverine Trading, L.P., Chicago, USA)

Risk Adjusted Derivative Pricing Methodologies

Dietmar Kroener ( Institute of Applied Mathematics, University of Freiburg, Germany)

Computational Methods for Nonlinear Conservation Laws

Gunter Meyer(Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA)

Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems in Financial Mathematics

Tobias Preusser (Institute of Applied Mathematics, University of Bonn, Germany)

Diffusion Models in Computer Vision Applications

Alessandro Sarti (Department of Electronic, Informatics and Systems, University of Bologna, Italy)

Subjective Surfaces: A Geometrical Model to Complete Missing Boundaries

Kunibert Siebert (Institute of Applied Mathematics, University of Freiburg, Germany)

ALBERT - adaptive finite element software for scientific computations and its applications

Zdenek Strakos (Insitute of Computer Science, Academy of Science of the Czech republic / Emory University, Atlanta, USA )

Recent Advances in Construction, Application and Understanding of Krylov Subspace Methods

Robert Strzodka (Institute of Applied Mathematics, University of Bonn, Germany)

Hardware Accelerated PDE Applications

Stefan Turek (Institute of Applied Mathematics, University of Dortmund, Germany)

Efficient Simulation of Nonsteady Incompressible Flows

David W. Walker (Department of Computer Science, University of Walles, Cardiff / Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Computer Science and Mathematics Division, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA)

High Performance Computing: Past Highlights and Future Trends

Joachim Weickert (Computer Vision, Graphics and Pattern Recognition Group, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Mannheim, Germany)

Application of Nonlinear Diffusion in Image Processing and Computer Vision


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