Each talk in the unparalleled sessions is at most 25 minutes, plus a 5 minute question and answer period.
Each talk in the paralleled sessions is at most 20 minutes, plus a 5 minute question and answer period.
Room 
Liquid Crystal
Institute Samsung Auditorium (Room 101) 

8:45am9:00am 
Registration 

9:00am9:10am 
Opening Remarks by Dean T. S. Moerland 

Session I 

9:10am 
Walter Gautschi, How
sharp is Bernstein's inequality for Jacobi polynomials? 

9:40am 
Frank Stenger, Polynomiallike function and derivative approximation of Sinc data 

10:10am 
Roland Freund, On Padetype model order reduction of JHermitian linear dynamical systems 

10:40am11:00am 
Coffee Break 

Session II 

11:00am 
Michael Eiermann, Do we need Krylov subspace methods for the evaluation of matrix functions? 

11:30am 
Heinrich Voss, On an unsymmetric
eigenvalue problem governing free vibrations of
fluidsolid structures 

12:00pm 
Volker Mehrmann, Numerical solution of nonlinear eigenvalue problems arising in acoustic field computations 

12:30pm13:30pm 
Lunch Break 

Session III 

13:30pm 
Vladimir Druskin, Krylov subspace reduction of large scale evolutionary problems 

14:00pm 
Daniel Szyld, An
optimal block iterative method and preconditioner
for banded matrices 

14:30pm 
Fiorella Sgallari, Cascadic multilevel methods for image denoising and deblurring 

15:00pm15:20pm 
Coffee Break 


Session IV 
Session V 
Room 
LCI Samsung Auditorium 
Nursing School
Henderson Hall 109 
15:20pm 
Xiezhang Li, System analysis and reconstruction algorithm for the stripbased
projection model in discrete tomography 
Amos Carpenter,
New extensions of some results of Szego 
15:45pm 
Alex Lozovskiy, Lighthill acoustic
analogy and its computational implementation 
Timothy Norfolk,
Zeros of Sections of the Binomial
Expansion 
16:10pm 
Nathaniel Mays,
Defect Correction with Tikhonov 
Q. I. Rahman, An
inequality for rational functions 
16:35pm 
Jeff Connors, Explicit time stepping algorithms
providing stable decoupling of heat equations on two subdomains 
Carl Jagels, SzegoLobatto quadrature rules 
17:00pm 
Paul Zachlin, Eigenvalue inclusion regions from inverses of
shifted matrices 
D. Viswanath, Asymptotics and
complex singularities of the Lorenz attractor 
18:00pm18:45pm 
Conference
Concert, featuring Per Enflo, at Ludwig Recital
Hall, Music and Speech Center 

19:15pm 
Conference
Banquet at the with music by
John Fridy 
Room 
Liquid Crystal Institute
Samsung Auditorium (Room 101) 

Session I 

9:00am 
Hrushikesh N. Mhaskar, Localized linear polynomial operators and quadrature formulas on the sphere 

9:30am 
Igor Pritsker, Means
of algebraic numbers in the unit disk 

10:00am 
Gerhard Opfer, On disklike sets and square coverings in the planea geometric problem 

10:30am10:50am 
Coffee Break 

Session II 

10:50am 
Bob Plemmons, Iterative methods for inverse problems in computational array imaging 

11:20am 
Martin Gutknecht,
IDR explained 

11:50pm 
Olga Holtz, Algebra and analysis of the generalized RouthHurwitz problem 

12:20pm13:20pm 
Lunch Break 

Session III 

13:20pm 
Tom DeLillo, Slit maps, Green's functions, and SchwarzChristoffel maps for multiply connected domains 

13:50pm 
Vadim Olshevsky, Lipschitz stability of JordanWeirstrass bases 

14:20pm 
Jesse Barlow, Reorthogonalization for accurate singular values in Lanczos bidiagonal reduction 

14:50pm15:10pm 
Coffee Break 


Session IV 
Session V 
Room 
LCI Samsung Auditorium 
Mathematical Sciences Building, Room
228 
15:10pm 
Ross Ingram, Sensitivity relation in iterated Tikhonov method for illposed problems 
Boris Shekhtman, Multivariate
interpolation and commuting matrices 
15:35pm 
Lala Krishna, Iterative methods for Leontief Inputoutput model 
Daniel Gonsor, Bivariate Bsplines used as basis functions for data fitting 
16:00pm 
YukJ Leung, Spectral Gap Conjecture for Brownian Motion
with Jump Boundary 
Ali Hajjafar, Controlled
over relaxation method 
16:25pm 

Vadim Sokolov, Numerical methods for structured quadratic inverse eigenvalue problem 
16:50pm 
Adjourn 