J. Kraus1, S. Margenov2
1Austrian Academy of Sciences/AT, 2Bulgarian Academy of Sciences/BG
This minisymposium is in the field of numerical methods and large scale scientific computing. The main focus is on the interplay between robust subspace correction (multilevel, multigrid, domain decomposition) methods and multiscale techniques (adaptive discretization, upscaling, and phase separation) that can lead to new methods which are built by taking the best from these complementary numerical tools. The topics of interest also include issues of scalable implementation on advanced high-performance computer architectures.
Examples of such applications are found in numerical models used in heat and mass transfer, computational fluid dynamics, electromagnetics, elasticity as well as related coupled problems.