List of plenary speakers (with preliminary titles):

Eberhard Bänsch (WIAS, Berlin, Germany)

Finite element methods for surface diffusion

Anne Bourlioux (Department of Mathematics, University of Montreal, Canada)

Large scale simulations of turbulent flames with asymptotic subgrid models

Frederic Cao (INRIA Rennes, France)

Application of Gestalt principles to the detection of good continuations, corners and terminators in image level lines

Robert Eymard (Department of Mathematics, University of Marne-la-Vallee, France)

Finite volume schemes for multiphasic flows in porous media: mathematical and engineering features

Maurizio Falcone (Rome, Italy)

Semi-Lagrangian schemes for hyperbolic problems and applications

Peter Frolkovic (IWR, University of Heidelberg, Germany / Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia)

Flux-based method of characteristics for complex transport problems

Juergen Fuhrmann (WIAS, Berlin, Germany)

Implicit finite volume methods in complex applications

Martin Gander (McGill University, Montreal, Canada)

AILU: A New Incomplete LU Preconditioner

Roger van Keer (Department of Mathematics, University of Ghent, Belgium)

Numerical approximation methods of convection diffusion problems in heat and mass transfer

Norio Kikuchi (University of Yokohama, Japan)

On a construction of Morse flows

Maria Lukacova-Medvidova (Institute of Mathematics, Technical University, Brno, Czech Republic)

Multi-dimensional bicharacteristic finite volume schemes for hyperbolic conservation laws

Hans Werner Meuer (University of Mannheim and Prometeus GmbH, Germany)

Supercomputing: What have we learned from the TOP500 Project ?

Mario Ohlberger ( Institute of Applied Mathematics, University of Freiburg, Germany)

A-posteriori error estimates and adaptive methods for finite volume approximations of convection dominated porous media flow problems

Martin Rumpf (Department of Mathematics, University of Duisburg, Germany)

Geometric methods in image and surface processing

Alfred Schmidt (Zentrum fur TechnoMathematik, University of Bremen, Germany)

Adaptive methods for coupled systems

James A. Sethian (Department of Mathematics and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, USA)

Ordered Upwind Methods: Computing Viscosity Solutions to Optimal Control and Non-Viscosity Solutions to Wave Propagation

John R. Whiteman ( The Brunel Institute of Computational Mathematics, Brunel University, London, United Kingdom)

Computational Modelling of Problems of Viscoelasticity

Gabriel Wittum (Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, University of Heidelberg, Germany)

Parallel Adaptive Computations of Processes from Science and Engineering