Programme
A single PDF file containing all extended abstracts submitted to the workshop can be found here. 9:00  9:15 Opening remarks Nick Higham (University of Manchester)
 9:159:30 Charles Van Loan (Cornell University)
 What Isn't There to Learn from the Matrix Exponential?
 9:3010:00 Yuji Nakatsukasa (University of Manchester)
 Efficient Scaling and Squaring Method for Computing the Matrix Exponential
 10:0010:30 Mary Aprahamian (University of Manchester)
 The Matrix Unwinding Function
 Coffee/Tea/Poster session
 11:1511:30 Younes Chahlaoui (King Khalid University)
 An Open Problem from the Stability of Switched Linear Systems
 11:3012:00 Bruno Iannazzo (University of Perugia)
 Computing the Lambert W Function on Matrices
 12:0012:30 Cancelled Michael Eiermann (TU Freiberg)
 Differentiating the Matrix Exponential Function
 Samuel Relton (University of Manchester)
 Higher Order Frechet Derivatives of a Matrix Function and Applications
 Lunch
 2:002:30 Gilbert Strang (MIT)
 Functions of Difference Matrices Are Toeplitz Plus Hankel
 2:303:00 Michele Benzi (Emory University)
 Decay Properties for Functions of Matrices Over C^*Algebras
 3:003:15 Simone Fiori (Universita Politecnica delle Marche)
 An Open Problem in the Evaluation of PseudoLifting Maps on the Stiefel Manifold
 Coffee/Tea/Poster session
 4:004:15 Leonid Knizhnerman (Central Geophysical Expedition, Moscow)
 Some Open Problems in the Theory of Spectral Lanczos/Arnoldi Decomposition Methods
 4:154:45 Steve Kirkland (Hamilton Institute, NUI Maynooth)
 State Transfer in Quantum Spin Networks and the Matrix Exponential
 Conference dinner: Tai Pan banquet
Wednesday April 10, 2013

Chair for morning:
Stefan Güttel
(University of Manchester)

Posters will be presented from the first coffee/tea break.
Chair for afternoon: Ilse Ipsen (North Carolina State University)
 9:009:30 Alex Townsend (University of Oxford)
 Exploring Constant Coefficient PDEs on Rectangles
 9:3010:00 Valeria Simoncini (University of Bologna)
 Adaptive Tangential Interpolation in Rational Krylov Subspaces for MIMO Model Reduction
 10:0010:30 Xavier Pennec (INRIA SophiaAntipolis)
 BiInvariant Means on Lie Groups with CartanSchouten Connections
 Coffee/Tea/Poster session
 11:0011:30 Cancelled Marlis Hochbruck (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
 Rational Krylov Subspace Methods for Functions of Structured Matrices
 Stefan Güttel (University of Manchester)
 Spectrally adaptive rational quadrature of CauchyStieltjes functions
 11:3012:00 Joerg Liesen (TU Berlin)
 Some Remarks On Matrix Approximation Theory
 12:0012:30 Federico Poloni (University of Pisa)
 Perturbing Palindromic Matrix Equations To Make Them Solvable
 Lunch

Session in Honor of
Krystyna Zietak
on the Occasion of her 70th Birthday
Kanaris Lecture Theatre, Manchester Museum  2.002:30 Krystyna Zietak (Wroclaw University of Technology)
 The Dual Pade Families of Iterations for the Matrix Pth Root And the Matrix PSector Function
 2:303:00 Robert M. Corless (University of Western Ontario)
 Numerical Stability of Barycentric Linearizations
 3:003:30 Rajendra Bhatia (Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi)
 Beyond the Polar Decomposition
 Coffee/Tea
 4:004:30 Volker Grimm (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
 Resolvent Krylov Subspace Approximation to C0Semigroups
 4:305:00 ChunHua Guo (University of Regina )
 On Algebraic Riccati Equations Associated with MMatrices
 5:005:15 Bernhard Beckermann (Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille)
 Optimally scaled Newton iterations for the matrix square root
 Drinks reception followed by conference dinner in the Living Worlds gallery of the Manchester Museum.
Thursday April 11, 2013

Chair for morning: Dario
Bini
(University of Pisa)
Chair for afternoon: Nick Higham (University of Manchester)
 9:009:30 Ilse C. F. Ipsen (North Carolina State University)
 Sensitivity of Leverage Scores and Coherence For Randomized Matrix Algorithms
 9:3010:00 Beatrice Meini (University of Pisa)
 An Algorithm for Solving Certain Algebraic Riccati Equations and its Extension to the Computation of the Perron Vector
 10:0010:30 Lothar Reichel (Kent State University)
 Rational Krylov Methods for the Approximation of Matrix Functions
 Coffee/Tea/Poster session
 11:0011:30 Vladimir Druskin (Schlumberger Doll Research)
 Rational Approximations of NtD Type MarkovStieltjes Matrix Functions Via FiniteDifference Schemes
 11:3012:00 Marcel Schweitzer (Wuppertal University)
 Restarted Arnoldi Approximations for Functions from the Stieltjes Cone
 12:0012:30 Nick Trefethen (University of Oxford)
 Projecting a Matrix Onto a Disk
 Summary and Closing.
Friday April 12, 2013

Chair for morning:
Charles Van Loan
(Cornell University)
Posters:

Joćo R. Cardoso
(Coimbra Institute of Engineering)
 Computation of the Matrix Logarithm By the Arithmeticgeometric Mean Iteration

PierreLouis Giscard
(University of Oxford)
 The Method Generating Theorem

Stefan Güttel
(University of Manchester)
 Superlinear Convergence of the Extended Krylov Subspace Method

Antti Koskela
(University of Innsbruck)
 A Momentmatching Arnoldi Method for Phifunctions

Daniel Kressner
(EPFL)
 Greedy Lowrank Approaches to General Linear Matrix Equations

Lijing Lin
(University of Manchester)
 Improved Schur Pade Algorithm for Fractional Powers of a Matrix and their Frechet Derivatives

Rui Ralha
(University of Minho)
 Efficient Computation of the Matrix Square Root in Heterogeneous Platforms

Samuel Relton
(University of Manchester)
 Computing the Principal Matrix Logarithm, its Frechet Derivatives and Condition Number
 The Matrix Function Research Group
 Numerical Linear Algebra Group in Manchester