Finite volUme metHods for Real-world applIcations
Berlin, April 29, 2021



The online workshop ''FUHRI2021: Finite volUme metHods for Real-world applIcations'' will take place on April 29, 2021 on the occasion of Dr. Jürgen Fuhrmann's 60th birthday.
Participants are kindly invited to contribute personal stories and anecdotes with Jürgen in the special session at the end of the workshop.

To share and spread Jürgen's passion for coding in the Julia programming language, we organize a ''Hackathon''. Therein, interested participants can jointly learn and contribute to the development of numerical algorithms and methods in Julia. Topics will be: ''First Steps with Julia'', ''Parallelization with Julia'', ''Automatic differentiation with Julia'', ''Grid generation with Julia'', ..., but participants can also work on their own projects. A preparatory Julia installation session for Julia newcomers will take place on Friday, April 23, 2021 at 2pm CEST.

Join Zoom Meeting (for Julia Hackathon only):
Meeting ID: 684 5667 3699
Password: 444161 -->

Organizing Committee (WIAS)

Annegret Glitzky   |   Thomas Koprucki   |   Marion Lawrenz   |   Matthias Liero   |   Alexander Linke


09:30 -- 10:00 Welcome Lounge
10:00 -- 10:10 Opening: Prof. Wolfgang König (WIAS Berlin)
10:10 -- 10:50 Prof. Claire Chainais-Hillairet (Université de Lille, France): A computer-assisted proof of an existence result to a corrosion model
10:50 -- 11:30 Dr. Hang Si (WIAS Berlin): Jürgen's view and contribution to numerical mesh generation
11:30 -- 11:40 Hackathon Kick-Off
11:40 -- 13:00 Lunch Break
13:00 -- 14:30 Hackathon
14:30 -- 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 -- 15:10 Laudatio: Prof. Volker John (WIAS Berlin)
15:10 -- 15:50 Prof. Robert Eymard (Université Gustave Eiffel, France): Finite volume methods and monotony issues
15:50 -- 16:00 Coffee Break
ab 16:00 Special Session: Personal Stories and Anecdotes