Symposium #47
The grid-based quantum many-body problem

under the auspices of the

11th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics
Rodos Palace Hotel, Rhodes, Greece. 2013.
September 21-27, 2013

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September 25, 2013. Rodos Palace Hotel, Room 8.
The session timetable with abstracts is here.

This is the first international session devoted to the computational and theoretical analysis of grid-based methods which aims to consolidate the current state of the art, report new developments, and discuss open questions in the treatment of large quantum many-body systems. To express interest in this session and reserve a slot for your presentation, please send a tentative title of your talk with a list of authors and affiliations to the organiser.

Organiser: Toby D. Young
tyoung at ippt dot pan dot pl

Overview

Grid-based wavefunction methods in quantum many-body theory play a key role in our understanding of the nature of nature. Applying grid-based methods to the many-body problem poses a number of challenges in applied mathematics and theoretical physics. These are for instance related to the choice of basis functions, the representation of the grid, the approximations required to obtain self-consistency, and the number of eigenspectrum problems that need to be solved in the process. The main goal of this meeting is to bring together scientists engaged in fundamental and applied aspects of grid-based methods in quantum mechanics and/or in the analysis of numerical methods of solving an associated large-scale eigenspectrum problem. The session aims to consolidate the current state of the art and discuss new developments from a range of disciplines that contribute to this field of scientific research.

The key topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

The involvement of scientific researchers involved in the development of mathematical basics as well as those involved in applied computational and theoretical applications are invited to consider submitting a short paper.

Speakers

Plenary lectures provide an opportunity for meeting attendees to hear from renowned speakers who have a passion for science and we are honoured to announce that this session's pleanary lecture will be:

Guest speakers include:

and:

Pictures

Below are some fun photos of the session in progress and the discussions after; as made by Magdalena Krowicka (thanks!).

Venue: Rodos Palace Hotel Discussions at breaktime Speaker: J. Garza Speaker: M. Tuma Speaker: K. Rupp Question and answers Thanks to the speakers Discussions after session

Call for short papers

The Proceedings of ICNAAM 2013 will be published in the world-renowned AIP (American Institute of Physics) Conference Proceedings. All short papers will undergo a standard peer review process. Submit your short paper for presentation at the conference to the organiser on or before July 11th, 2013. The guidelines for short papers (max. four pages) can be found here. [.doc template] [LaTeX template]

Selected full papers of ICNAAM 2013 will be published in the following journals subject to a standard peer review process: Journal of Numerical Analysis, Industrial and Applied Mathematics (Promacon), Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences (Wiley & Sons), and Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences (AMIS).

Important dates

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