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I want to get the details of CIMPA Summer School at Indian Institute of Technology IIT Bombay so can you provide me?
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The CIMPA Summer School on Current Research in Finite Element Methods.

Numerical analysis, simulation and scientific computing for the solution of partial differential equations (PDEs) using FEM and related methods have been cornerstones of applied mathematics over the last fifty years.

The aim of the summer school is to provide the participants with an overview of the modern techniques that allow one to address the computational challenges that are encountered in different applications.

The topics in the school are aimed to cover the latest in the state of the art numerical schemes in real life applications and will be taught in English language.

CIMPA Summer School

Dates & Venue

6th July 2015 to 17th July 2015 at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India.


24th June 2015 to 5th July 2015 at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India

To provide the basic background required to follow the main courses of the summer school.

Financial Support

Participants from India will be provided free boarding and lodging.

Participants from the developing nations will be provided free boarding, lodging and travel support towards airfare.

The courses taught in English language.

Main School Topics

FEM : conforming and non standard including non-conforming, mixed, DG, etc with applications.
Susanne Brenner & Li-Yeng Sung (Louisiana University)
Jean-Claude Nedelec (Rennes and Ecole Polytechnique)

Adaptive FEM, Problem reductions with FEM, Multi scale FEM.
Cartsen Carstensen (Humboldt University - Berlin)
Andreas Veeser (Milano)
Martin Vohralik (INRIA)

Introduction to FEM for Finance, Parallel Computing & Applications.
Olivier Pironneau (U-Paris VI)
Frederic Hecht (LJLL-UPMC)

Optimal control & Optimal shape design.
Gregoire Allaire (Ecole Polytechnique)
Jean-Pierre Raymond (Toulouse)

Fluid structure interaction, complex fluid, multi-scale simulations and applications of FEM.
Roland Becker (U Adour (Pau))
Alexei Lozinski (U Besancon)
Bertrand Maury (U Paris-Sud)

Pre-School Topics


Prof. T. Gudi (IISc, Bangalore)
Prof. S. Kesavan (CMI, Chennai)
Prof. Amiya K. Pani (IIT Bombay)
Prof. Mythily Ramaswamy (TIFR CAM, Bangalore)
Prof. M. Vanninathan (TIFR CAM, Bangalore)
Prof. A. VasudevaMurthy (TIFR CAM, Bangalore)
Prof. Raju K. George (IIST, Trivandrum)
Prof. Rajen Sinha (IIT Guwahati)

Lab Sessions

Prof. Sai Jagan Mohan (BITS, Pilani)
Prof. D. Palla (BITS, Goa)


Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
IIT Area, Powai, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400076
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