High Performance Computing Center North
Minisymposium - MS27
Wednesday, June 21, 2006, 10.30-12.30 - Loke
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Many problems of interest in science and engineering involve several types of physics possibly interacting over several scales in time and space. This minisymposia presents recent progress on numerical methods for solving problems involving multiple scales and/or physics. In particular, topics include adaptive procedures for tuning critical discretization parameters, technology for treating multiphysics problems on different meshes, modeling of unresolved fine scale behavior using multiscale and homogenization approaches. Applications range from simulation of electrical activity in the human heart to fluid and solid mechanics.