GAMM Annual Meeting 2025

We would like to let you know that the Annual Meeting of GAMM in 2025 will be held on 7-11 April in Poznań.

The application of M. Kuczma, T. Łodygowski, W. Sumelka on behalf of the Polish Section of GAMM and Poznan University of Technology was presented and accepted at the meeting of Managing Board of GAMM (Kassel, 15.03.2021).

Course


Implementation of the DPG Method in a FE Code Supporting H1, H (curl), H (div), and
L2-Conforming Finite Elements


Leszek Demkowicz and Stefan Henneking
Oden Institute for Computational Science and Engineering, UT at Austin
Venue: Poznan University of Technology, Campus Warta, building A-2, room 139
Time: 14-15-June 2022


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PUBLIC LECTURE - Professor Leszek Demkowicz

Public Lecture of the City of Poznań within the programme "Academic and Scientific Poznań"


Discrete Stability - The Perpetual Challenge in Numerical Approximation of Partial Differential Equations


Prof. Leszek Demkowicz, Oden Institute for Computational Science and Engineering, UT at Austin
June 13, 2022 at 13.30, Poznan University of Technology, Campus Warta, building CW, room 123 BT


The lecture will be held in the hybrid mode:
at the lecture room 123 BT, Campus Warta, Poznan University of Technology, and through a continuous live stream via the PUT YouTube Channel
and the specific link to the lecture will be generated just before its beginning there.


Computer simulations provide an indispensable foundation for the majority of complex engineering and science projects. They have long provided a basis for the analysis and design of buildings, bridges, cars, airplanes, ships and submarines, oil exploration. They are being used to investigate and design new drugs, materials, optical fibers, production lines and even diapers.

Most of the models are described in terms of systems of Partial Differential Equations (PDEs). The PDEs are then discretized, i.e., approximated with resulting systems of linear and nonlinear algebraic equations that can be solved on the computer. Finite Element (FE) and Finite Difference (FD) methods are the most popular techniques of discretization.

The discretization process is subjected to a careful verification including a convergence analysis; when the element (mesh) size goes to zero, the corresponding FE or FD solution must converge to the exact solution of the PDE system. In my 46-year career on both sides of the ocean, I have been involved with the design of new FE discretization schemes and their application to solve practical problems but also with providing theoretical foundations for such methods.

In the lecture, I will take you through the historical development of the Galerkin and FE method which, incidentally, coincides with my personal growth. Starting with Ritz and Galerkin, we will go through the fundamental results of Mikhlin, Cea and Babuska. The underlying concept is that of DISCRETE STABILITY and it relates to the fundamental Closed Range Theorem of the greatest Polish mathematician - Stefan Banach. I hope to communicate the main concepts to a very general audience.

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GAMM 2022

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GAMM 2022
92th Annual Meeting of the International
Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics
15-19 August 2022
Aachen, Germany
website: https://jahrestagung.gamm-ev.de/

GAMM2020@2021

Due to concerns about CoVid-19, the 91st GAMM Annual Meeting is postponed to March 15-19, 2021

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GAMM 2020@21
91th Annual Meeting of the International
Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics
15-19 March 2021
Kassel, Germany
https://jahrestagung.gamm-ev.de/index.php/2020/2020-annual-meeting

Annual Meetings of GAMM 2021 - 2024

The Executive Board of GAMM decided due to the peculiar circumstances with regard to COVID19 in close interaction with the Board of GAMM and the organizers of the forthcoming annual meetings, that all planned conferences are shifted by one year. Thus, venues are 2021 Kassel, 2022 Aachen, 2023 Dresden and 2024 Magdeburg. This way, the damage could be minimized in general.

SolMech 2020

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SolMech 2020
42nd Solid Mechanics Conference
7-10 September 2020
Wrocław, Poland
http://solmech2020.ippt.pan.pl/index.html
Flyer SolMech 2020

ICMS 2021

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ICMS 2021
14th International Conference on Metal Structures
16-18 June 2021
Poznan, Poland
http://icms2021.put.poznan.pl/
First announcement

Advanced theories for deformation, damage and failure in materials

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Course: Advanced theories for deformation, damage and failure in materials
coordinated by
Artur Ganczarski, Cracow University of Technology, Poland
Holm Altenbach, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany
Udine, Italy, May 4-8 2020
https://www.cism.it/en/activities/courses/C2002/
C2002 Flyer

GAMM 2020

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GAMM 2020
91th Annual Meeting of the International
Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics
16-20 March 2020
Kassel, Germany

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