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Programme

All talks are 25 minutes maximum, plus time for questions.

Thursday May 15, 2008

Chair for morning: Ilse Ipsen (North Carolina State University)
9:50 - 10:00 Opening remarks
10:00-10:30
Rajendra Bhatia (Indian Statistical Institute)
Norms of Derivatives of Matrix Functions
10:30-11:00
E. Brian Davies (King's College, London)
Spectral Theory of Large Finite Directed Graphs
Coffee/Tea
11:30-12:00
Bruno Iannazzo (Universita dell'Insubria)
Computing Matrix Functions by Matrix Iterations
12:00-12:30
Chun-Hua Guo (University of Regina )
On Newton's Method and Halley's Method for pth Roots of Matrices
Lunch

Chair for afternoon: Dario Bini (University of Pisa)
2:00-2:30
Michel Crouzeix (University of Rennes)
Some Estimates for Non Self-Adjoint Operators
2:30-3:00
Christiane Tretter (University of Bern)
The Quadratic Numerical Range: A New Concept for Localizing Spectra and More ...
Coffee/Tea
4:00-4:30
Joerg Liesen (Technische Universitat Berlin)
On Matrix Approximation Theory
4:30-5:00
Beatrice Meini (University of Pisa)
Some Recent Results Concerning Algebraic Riccati Equations
Chinese dinner at Tai Pan restaurant, 6.30

Friday May 16, 2008

Chair for morning: Beresford Parlett (University of California, Berkeley)
9:00-9:30
Nick Trefethen (Oxford University)
Matrix Functions, Quadrature Formulas, and Rational Approximation
9:30-10:00
Nick Hale (Oxford University)
Computing $A^\alpha$, $\log(A)$ and Related Matrix Functions by Contour Integrals
10:00-10:30
Andreas Frommer (University of Wuppertal)
Smooth Convergence and Error Estimates for the Lanczos Spectral Decomposition Method
10:30-11:00
Valeria Simoncini (University of Bologna)
Extended Krylov Subspace Method for Matrix Functions: New Theoretical and Computational Results
Coffee/Tea
11:30-12:00
Marlis Hochbruck (University of Dusseldorf)
Rational Approximation to Trigonometric Matrix Operators
12:00-12:30
Roger Horn (University of Utah)
Primary Matrix Functions and the Implication e^Ae^B = e^Be^A implies AB = BA
Lunch

Chair for afternoon: Sven Hammarling (University of Manchester and NAG)
1.45-2:15
Krystyna Zietak (Wroclaw University of Technology)
Algorithms For the Matrix Sector Function
2.15-2:45
Michael Eiermann (University of Freiberg)
Thick-restart Arnoldi methods for the evaluation of matrix functions
2:45-3:00
Nick Higham (University of Manchester)
Discussion of open problems, summary, and closing.
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