Presentations given by Kees Vuik
In this page we give links to presentations given at workshops and
conferences.
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Vuik
On February 15, 2008, I have given my inaugural lecture in Dutch.
Here is the
page
with all the information.
On September 5, 2022, I received the Professor of Excellence Award from
the TU Delft.
More information is given
here.
Presentations in 2023

At the
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE23)
February 26  March 3, 2023
RAI Congress Centre  Amsterdam, The Netherlands
the following minisymposia are organised:

Modern Solvers for the Helmholtz and Wave Equations  Part I
MS19
and Part II
MS54
The following talk will be given:
A Matrixfree parallel twoleveldeflation preconditioner for the twodimensional Helmholtz problems
abstract
Jinqiang Chen, Vandana Dwarka, and Cornelis Vuik

Anderson Acceleration and Its Recent Developments
MS322
A poster will be presented in poster session
PP1:
PoreScale Simulation of Hydrogen Transport in Porous Media
abstract
Leila Hashemi, Rainer Helmig, Cornelis Vuik, and Hadi Hajibeygi
Presentations in 2022
Presentations in 2021

I am a member of the Technical Committee of the
High Performance Computing and Software for Exploration and Reservoir Development
,
6  8 December 2021, Online, and
Certificate of Appreciation

At the
SIAM Conference on Mathematical & Computational Issues in the
Geosciences (GS21)
originally scheduled in Milan, Italy but now being held in virtual format, June 2124, 2021,
the following presentations have been given:

At the
20th Copper Mountain Conference On Multigrid Methods (Virtual)
Wednesday March 24  Friday April 2, 2021,
the following presentations has been given:

I am a member of the Organizing Committee of
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE21)
,
March 1  5, 2021
VIRTUAL CONFERENCE  Originally scheduled in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.

Together with Victorita Dolean, Vandana Dwarka, and Ivan G. Graham, we
organize minisymposia MS28 and MS116:
Scalable Solvers for the Helmholtz Problem
The following presentations have been given:

Scalable MultiLevel Deflation Preconditioning for the Highly Indefinite
Helmholtz Equation
Vandana Dwarka and Cornelis Vuik

StandAlone TwoLevel Multigrid using Higher Order Interpolation for
the Helmholtz Equation
Cornelis Vuik and Vandana Dwarka

A Particle Generation Algorithm for Meshfree Numerical Methods
Vijai Kumar Suriyababu, Cornelis Vuik, and Matthias Moller
Presentations in 2020
Presentations in 2019

The Seventh International Conference on Numerical Algebra and Scientific
Computing (NASC 2019)
has been held from October 19 till 23, 2019,
Nanjing, P.R. China
the following presentation shall be given:
POD deflated ICCG for porous media flow problems
Kees Vuik (invited speaker)
 We have organised the
ENUMATH 2019,
The European Conference on Numerical
Mathematics and Advanced Applications,
30 September  4 October 2019 at Hotel Zuiderduin in Egmond aan Zee, The
Netherlands.

I have attended the Parallel Solution
Methods for Systems Arising from PDEs Conference, at the
Centre International de Rencontres
Mathematiques (CIRM), Marseille, France, 16  20 September 2019.

At the International Conference On Preconditioning Techniques For Scientific
And Industrial Applications
(Preconditioning 2019)
has been held from July 1 till 3 2019,
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, the following minisymposium has been
organized:
Preconditioners for Saddle Point Problems
Organizers: Wil Schilders and Kees Vuik
Efficient and robust preconditioners for high
Reynolds number laminar flows
Xin He and Kees Vuik
Furthermore I have given a talk in the minisymposium: Structured
preconditioning
Iterative Helmholtz Solvers:
Scalability and Accuracy of Helmholtz solvers
Kees Vuik and Vandana Dwarka

I have attended the 2019 SPHERIC International Workshop
to be held at the University of Exeter, Exeter, UK, June 25 till 27,
2019.

At the Mathematics and Statistics Seminars and colloquia, May 8, 2019,
Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Strathclyde University,
Strathclyde, UK the following
presentation shall be given:
Deflation with POD vectors for Porous Media Flow
Kees Vuik, Gabriela B. Diaz Cortes, and Jan Dirk Jansen

A TU Delft delegation had visited the Beijing Institute of Technology
and the State Key Lab for Computational Science and Engineering from the
Chinese Academy of Sciences, 13 April, 2019, Beijing, PR China. We
discussed our dual degree PhD program and further collaboration between
these institutes and the TU Delft Institute for Computational Science
and Engineering.
At the State Key Lab for Computational Science and Engineering the
following presentations has been given:
High Performance Solvers for Partial Differential Equations
Kees Vuik

At the
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and
Engineering,
February 25  March 1, 2019 at Spokane Convention Center, Spokane,
Washington, USA
the following minisymposium has been organized:
Scalable solvers for the Helmholtz problem
Organizers: Reinhard Nabben and Kees Vuik
Presentations in 2018

The conference
Mathematics Applied in Transport and Traffic Systems
on October 1719, 2018 is organised by
Serge Hoogendoorn,
Kees Vuik,
Victor Knoop,
Duncan van der Heul,
Dorine Duives, and
Priscilla Hanselaar
A short general
introduction
is given on the TU Delft website.

The
3rd Conference on Isogeometric Analysis and Applications
on April 2327 is organised by Harald van Brummelen, Kees Vuik, Matthias
Moller, Clemens Verhoosel and Berna Torun.

The
TU Delft seminar on Theory and Practice of CoSimulation of Power
Systems
on April 24 is organised by Domenico Lahaye, Milos Cvetkovic, and Kees
Vuik.

At the 54th Dutch Mathematical Congress (
NMC) has been held in the
Koningshof in Veldhoven, on April 34, 2018
the following presentations has been given:
Helping to Make Potatoes FutureProof
With Applied Mathematics
Kees Vuik, Neil Budko and Fred Vermolen

At the
15th Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods, 2018,
March 25  March 30, 2018, Copper Mountain, Colorado, USA
the following presentations has been given:
Here is a
photo
of the TU Delft delegation.
Presentations in 2017

Future and Emerging Mathematical Technologies in Europe
Organizers: Zoltan Horvath, Volker Mehrmann, Wil Schilders, Evgeny
Verbitskiy, Kees Vuik
Lorentz Center
International center for scientific workshops
December 1115, 2017, Leiden, Netherlands

At the
7th International Workshop CoDesign 2017
,
October 2021, 2017,
HeFei City, China,
the following invited presentation has been given:
High Performance Computing Numerical Linear Algebra
Kees Vuik

At the
National eScience Symposium 2017: Science
in a Digital World
,
October 12, 2017,
Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam, Netherlands
the following minisymposium is organised:
Energy Science
Kees Vuik and Willem van Hage

The
fortysecond
Woudschoten Conference
on 46 October 2017 is organised by Prof. Jaap van der Vegt (chair),
Prof. Kees Vuik,
Prof. Kees Oosterlee,
Martine Anholt (secretariat).
Themes of the conference are:
 Eigenvalue problems
 Numerical techniques for social media and network problems
 Semismooth Newton methods

At the
SIAM Conference on Mathematical and
Computational Issues in the Geosciences
,
September 1114, 2017, Erlangen, Germany
a minisymposium
MS34 Krylovbased deflation methods in flow for porous media
is organized by:
Jan Dirk Jansen, Gabriela Diaz, and
Kees Vuik, Delft
University of Technology, Netherlands
In this minisymposium
the following presentation has been given:
PODdeflation method for highly heterogeneous porous media
Gabriela Diaz, Kees Vuik, and Jan Dirk Jansen
In minisymposium
MS71
Computational methods for flow in subsurface porous media Part II
the following presentation has been given:
An implicit SPH multiscale method for porous media flow
Kees Vuik, Owen Clark, and Alex Lukyanov

From June 26 till June 30, Kees Vuik was a member of the international review panel of the
School of Engineering from the
Universidad Catolica de Chile. A
press bulletin has appeared.

At the
Householder Symposium XX on Numerical Linear Algebra
,
June 1823, 2017
The Inn at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA.
the following presentation has been given:
The adapted augmented Lagrangian preconditioner for the turbulent
incompressible NavierStokes equations discretized by a finite volume
method
Kees Vuik, Xin He, and Chris Klaij

Organising the Kickoff DCSE Event entitled:
Future
Computing
Photo's
and
videos.
Date: May 23, 2017
Time: 9:00am  17:30pm
Location: Aula Congres Centre Delft

Organising the
4TU.AMI Spring Congress 2017: Mathematics for health
24 May 2017: WUR, Wageningen
 At the
SIAM Conference on
Computational Science and Engineering, February 27March 3,
2017, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
the following presentation has been given:
Robust and Fast Preconditioners for Porous Media Flow
Kees Vuik, Gabriela Diaz, and Jan Dirk Jansen

At the Kolloquium der Arbeitsgruppe Modellierung, Numerik,
Differentialgleichungen
January 17, 2017, Technical University Berlin, Germany the following
presentation has been given:
Deflation with POD vectors for Porous Media Flow
(
Abstract)
Kees Vuik, Gabriela B. Diaz Cortes, and Jan Dirk Jansen
Presentations in 2016

At the
Models, Simulation, Optimization:
Mathematical Technologies for Industrial Innovation in Europe
December 19  21, 2016, Palazzina della Auditorio, via della
Lungara 230, Rome, Italy, organized by
EUMATHSIN
the following presentation has been given:
Boosting Productivity of an Alumina Cement Plant through Computational
Fluid Dynamics
Michele Pisaroni (EPFL Lausanne), Miguel Romero (BASF Frankfurt), Rudy
Sadi (Almatis Rotterdam),
Domenico Lahaye (DIAM TU Delft) and Kees Vuik (DIAM TU
Delft)

At the
EuroPar 2016, 22nd International European Conference on Parallel and
Distributed Computing, Grenoble, France, August 2426
the following presentation has been given:
Acceleration of Turbomachinery steady CFD Simulations on GPU
Mohamed H. Aissa, Tom Verstraete, and
Cornelis Vuik

Cochair of the
15th European Conference on the Mathematics of Oil Recovery (ECMOR XV)
,
29 August to 1 September, 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Teacher of the subject:
Krylov subspace solvers and preconditioners,
during the
CEMRACS 2016 Summer School
Numerical challenges in parallel scientific computing
July 18th  August 26th, 2016, Centre International de Rencontres
Mathematiques (CIRM), Marseille, France

At the
Schlumberger EUREKA Fluid Mechanics Workshop
July 13 2016
SchlumbergerDoll Research Center, Cambridge, MA, USA
the following presentation has been given:
Physicsbased preconditioners for largescale subsurface flow
simulations
Kees Vuik

At the
SIAM Annual Meeting
2016,
July 1115, 2016,
Boston, MA, USA
a minisymposium
Generalized
Meshless Multiscale Modeling of Complex Media
is organized by:
Alexander Lukyanov,
SchlumbergerDoll Research, USA
Marc
Alexander Schweitzer,
Universitat Bonn, Germany, and
Kees Vuik, Delft
University of Technology, Netherlands

Organiser of the
NDNS+ workshop 2016
,
July 4  5, 2016, University of Twente, Netherlands.
The following presentation has been given:
Fast and robust solvers for Helmholtz problems
Kees Vuik

At the
InterTU studiedag
TU Delft, Delft, Netherlands, June 24, 2016
the following presentation has been given:
Modellering in het onderwijs
Kees Vuik and Marleen Keijzer

At the
The mathematics of future energy systems
CWI, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 6, 2016
the following presentation has been given:
Numerical Methods for Power Networks
Kees Vuik

At the
14th Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods, 2016,
March 20  March 25, 2016, 2016, Copper Mountain, Colorado, USA
the following presentation has been given:
Physicsbased preconditioners for largescale subsurface flow
simulation
Kees Vuik

Organiser of the
COSSE
Workshop 2016 Computation and Energy, February 15  18, 2016,
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Presentations in 2015

At the Kolloquium der Arbeitsgruppe Modellierung, Numerik,
Differentialgleichungen
November 17, 2015, Technical University Berlin, Germany the following
presentation has been given:
Coupled preconditioners for the Incompressible Navier Stokes Equations
(
Abstract)
Kees Vuik, Xin He, and Chris Klaij

At the
Lunch Seminar Series
,
at
Deltares
Delft, September 17, 2015
the following presentation
has been
given:
Robust and Fast Solvers for Partial Differential Equations
Kees Vuik

At the
Inverse Problems Seminar Series
,
at University College London, UCL Centre for Inverse Problems,
London, UK, July 17, 2015
the following presentation
has been
given:
Multilevel Krylov: the next generation Helmholtz solver
Kees Vuik

At the
SIAM Conference on
Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geosciences 2015,
June 29  July 2, 2015
Stanford University
Stanford, California USA
a minisymposium
Meshless
Methods in Geoscience
is organized by:
Kees Vuik, and
Alexandr Lukyanov

International Conference On Preconditioning Techniques For Scientific
And Industrial Applications
(Preconditioning 2015)
has been held from June 17 till 19 2015,
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
I am a Conference chair of Preconditioning 2015
(flyer).
The following presentations has been given:
Coupled preconditioners for the Incompressible Navier Stokes
Equations
Kees Vuik, Xin He, and Chris Klaij
and
Deflating the Shifted Laplacian for the Helmholtz
Equation: Fourier Analysis and Numerical Results
A.H. Sheikh, D. Lahaye and C. Vuik
 At the
Recent Developments in Fast Helmholtz Solvers
Delft, May 18, 2015
the following presentation has been given:
Multilevel Krylov: the next generation Helmholtz solver
Kees Vuik
 At the
SIAM Conference on
Computational Science and Engineering, March 1418,
2015, in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
the following presentation has been given:
A Parallel Linear Solver Exploiting the Physical Properties of the
Underlying Mechanical Problem
Kees Vuik
Presentations in 2014

The Fifth International Conference on Numerical Algebra and Scientific
Computing (NASC
2014)
has been held from October 25 till 29, 2014,
Shanghai, P.R. China
the following presentation
has been
given:
Fast and robust preconditioners for the incompressible NavierStokes
equations
Kees Vuik (invited speaker)

At the meeting
Taking the Lead with Computational Speed
,
October 7,
KIVI meeting centre,
Prinsessegracht 23,
Den Haag
the following presentation
has been
given:
Modern Computing
Kees Vuik

At the
Applied Maths Research Seminars
,
November 6, 2014,
School of Mathematics, University of East Anglia
,
Norwich, UK,
the following presentation
has been
given:
A fast solver for the NavierStokes equations
Kees Vuik

At the
SPE Large Scale Computing and Big Data Challenges in Reservoir
Simulation Conference and Exhibition
on 15  17 September 2014
Istanbul, Turkey we are organising the minisymposium:
Scalable Solvers for Linear and Nonlinear Systems
organisers: Kees Vuik, Klaus Stueben, KnutAndreas Lie, and Arthur
Moncorge

The Optimization and Inverse Problems in Electromagnetism
OIPE 2014
is organised in Delft from September 12 till September 14, 2014.
I am a member of Local Organising Committee.

The 1st International conference on Ageing of Materials and Structures
(AMS'14)
is organised in Delft from May 26  till May 28, 2014. I am a member of
the National Scientific Committee.

At the Oberwolfach 2014 meeting
Schnelle Loser fur Partielle Differentialgleichungen
,
May 11  17,
Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach
,
Oberwolfach, Germany
the following presentation
has been
given:
Fast Multilevel Methods for the Helmholtz Equation
Kees Vuik

At the
GPU Technology
Conference (GTC) 2014
March 2427, 2014, San Jose, California
the following presentation has
been given:
Fast Solvers for Linear Systems on the GPU
(abstract,
slides,
recorded
presentation, and a
picture
of breakfast with JenHsun Huang, CEO of NVDIA)
Kees Vuik

At the
Nationale Wiskunde Dagen
January 31st till February 1st, 2014, Noordwijkerhout,
the following presentation has
been given:
Ontwerpen van snelle schepen
(abstract,
slides)
Kees Vuik

The
Study Group Mathematics with Industry
has been held from January 27th until
January 31st, 2014, at the Technical University of Delft.
To obtain an impression of the week I refer to the
video.
Presentations in 2013
 At the
Innovation & Technology Conference organised by the 3TU.Federation,
December 6, Eindhoven
the following presentation has
been given:
Ship Simulator
(
pdf file
)
Kees Vuik

I am a member of the technical papers committee (TPC) of
Supercomputing Conference 2013
(SC13), Denver, Colorado, USA, November 1722, 2013.
 I attended the
INT13 An
integral approach to electromagnetic scattering:
A Workshop on Recent developments in Theory and Applications
NLR, Amsterdam, November 12, 2013.
 At the
Colloquia & Joint Seminars of the Computational Mathematics Department of the
University of Waterloo, November 4, 2013 the following presentation has
been given:
Fast and Robust iterative solvers for the Helmholtz equation
Kees Vuik
 At the
International Conference On Preconditioning Techniques For Scientific And Industrial Applications
1921 June 2013 Oxford, UK
the following presentation has been given:
Fast and robust ILU preconditioners on the GPU
Kees Vuik
 In the
Weizmann Workshop 2013 on Multilevel Computational Methods and Optimization, April 30  May 2
2013, at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel,
the following (invited) presentation has been given:
Deflation type methods combined with shifted Laplace preconditioners for
the Helmholtz equation
Kees Vuik, Abdul Sheikh, and Domenico Lahaye
 At the 3TU meeting on Elearning, March 21, 2013, the following
presentation has been given:
ELearning in University
MathEducation: Experience and Perspectives in the Use of the Teaching and Learning Environment
Kees Vuik
 At the
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, February
25March 1, 2013, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
the following presentation has been given:
Performance of SIMPLEtype Preconditioners in CFD Applications for Maritime Industry
Chris Klay and Kees Vuik
This talk is presented in the minisymposium:
Preconditioners for the Incompressible Navier Stokes equations
Organizers: Michele Benzi and Kees Vuik

At the Kolloquium der Arbeitsgruppe Modellierung, Numerik, Differentialgleichungen
January 15, 2013, Technical University Berlin, Germany the following presentation has been given:
An efficient and robust Krylov method for Discontinuous Galerkin problems (
Abstract)
Kees Vuik and Paulien van Slingerland
Presentations in 2012

The
Thirtyseventh Woudschoten Conference
on 35 October 2012 is organised by Prof. Kees Vuik (chair)
Prof. Kees Oosterlee, Prof. Dirk Roose, Prof. Arthur Veldman
Drs. Margreet Nool (secretary).
Themes of the conference are:
Adjoint methods and optimization
and
From particles to continuum models

At the
Mathematical Methods in Fluid Dynamics and Simulation of Giant Oil and Gas Reservoirs
on 3  5 September 2012
Istanbul, Turkey we are organising the minisymposium:
HPC trends and Fast Solution Methods (Linear and Nonlinear)
organisers: David Keyes and Kees Vuik
Furthermore the following presentation has been given:
Fast and robust solvers for pressure systems on the GPU
Kees Vuik

At the
ICCAM 2012  International Congress on Computational and Applied Mathematics
June 913, Gent, Belgium
the following invited presentation has been given:
An efficient and robust Krylov method for Discontinuous Galerkin problems
Kees Vuik

At the
2012 SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra
June 18th22nd, Valencia, Spain
the following presentation has been given:
Robust and parallel preconditioners for mechanical problems
Kees Vuik

At the
Werkgemeenschap Scientific Computing Spring meeting
May 11th, 2012, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium
the following invited presentation has been given:
A decade of fast and robust Helmholtz solvers
Kees Vuik

The
Recent developments in the solution of indefinite systems
workshop
on April 17, 2012 is organised by Prof. Wil Schilders, Prof. Kees Vuik,
and Dr. Mike Botchev. For details see the following
webpage.

At the
Numerical Linear Algebra  Algorithms, Applications, and Training
Delft, The Netherlands
April 1013, 2012
the following presentation has been given:
Recursively Deflated PCG for mechanical problems
Kees Vuik

At the
12th Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods, 2012,
25 March  30 March, 2012, 2012, Copper Mountain, Colorado, USA
the following presentation has been given:
On the Convergence of Shifted Laplace Preconditioner Combined
with Multigrid Deflation for the Helmholtz equation
Kees Vuik
Presentations in 2011

At the
International Conference on Mathematical Modeling in Industry
November 30th  December 2nd, 2011, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
the following presentations had been given:
Fast solvers for seismic problems
Kees Vuik
and
Mathematics and Industry
Kees Vuik

At the
ESF OPTPDE Workshop:
Fast Solvers for Simulation, Inversion, and Control of Wave Propagation Problems
September 2628, 2011, University Wurzburg, Wurzburg, Germany
the following presentation has been given:
Analysis of the multilevel, shifted Laplace preconditioned method for the Helmholtz equation
Kees Vuik

At the
Householder Symposium XVIII on Numerical Linear Algebra
,
June 1217, 2011, at the Granlibakken Conference Center & Lodge in Tahoe City, California, on the northwest shore of Lake Tahoe
the following presentation has been given:
Recursively Deflated PCG for mechanical problems
Kees Vuik

At the Oberwolfach meeting
Schnelle Loser fur Partielle Differentialgleichungen
,
May 22nd  May 28th,
Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach
,
Oberwolfach, Germany
the following presentation has been given:
A comparison of twolevel preconditioners based on multigrid and deflation
Kees Vuik, Jok Tang, Scott MacLachlan, and Reinhard Nabben
 On May 26,2011 the Delft Centre for Computational Science and Engineering
organizes the Discontinuous Galerkin Methods in Computational Electromagnetics:
A Workshop on Recent developments in Theory and Applications.

At the
International Conference On Preconditioning Techniques For Scientific And Industrial Applications
,
May 1618, 2011
Bordeaux, France
the following presentation has been given:
A fast GPU Implementation of the Deflated Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient
method
Kees Vuik, Rohit Gupta and Kees Lemmens
Presentations in 2010

On November 4, 2010, the Delft Centre for Computational Science and Engineering
organizes the First Dutch OpenFOAM Day.

The
Thirtyfifth Woudschoten Conference
on 68 October 2010 is organised by Prof. Arthur Veldman (chair), Prof. Rob Bisseling, Prof. Kees Vuik, Prof. Barry Koren, Drs. Margreet Nool (secretary).
Themes of the conference are: Parallel numerical linear algebra and Immersed boundary methods and Cartesian grids.

At the
Fifth European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics,
ECCOMAS CFD 2010,
June 14th  17th, 2010,
Lisbon, Portugal
a minisymposium Iterative methods for incompressible flows
is organized by:
Kees Vuik, and
Michele Benzi
The following presentation has been given:
Preconditioned Krylov methods for the incompressible Navier Stokes equations

At the
IV European Congress on Computational Mechanics (ECCM IV):
Solids, Structures and Coupled Problems in Engineering
to be held at Palais des Congrès in Paris (France) on 1621 May 2010
a minisymposium
Preconditioned iterative methods for mechanical contact problems
is organized by:
C. Vuik,
T.A. Laursen, and
A. Scarpas
The following presentations has been given:
A parallel Deflated Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient method for the finite element analysis of composite materials
by Martin van Gijzen, Tom Jonsthovel, Cornelis Vuik, Tom Scarpas
Fast iterative methods for mechanical problems with interfaces
by Kees Vuik, T.B. Johnsthovel, and Martin van Gijzen

Opening Symposium 3TU Applied Mathematics Institute
April 15, 2010, TU Delft, Aula Congress Centre, Auditorium
Presentations in 2009

At the Kolloquium der Arbeitsgruppe Modellierung, Numerik,
Differentialgleichungen December 15, 2009, Technical University
Berlin, Germany the following presentation has been given:
Accuracy Enhancement and Filtering for Visualisation of Discontinuous Solutions
Kees Vuik

At the
62nd Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society's Division of Fluid Dynamics (DFD)
November 22nd to 24th, 2009 Minneapolis, Minnesota
the following presentation has been given:
Preconditioners for incompressible flows
Kees Vuik

During November 1721, 2009 I have visited the
Burgers Program for Fluid Dynamics,
University of Maryland, College Park.
The following invited presentation has been given during the
Sixth Annual Symposium of the Burgers Program for Fluid Dynamics:
Preconditioners for incompressible flows
Kees Vuik

At the
2009 International Conference on Preconditioning Techniques for
Large Sparse Matrix Problems,
August 2426, 2009, Hong Kong
the following invited presentation has been given:
Preconditioners for the incompressible NavierStokes equations
Kees Vuik

At the
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering,
March 26, 2009 at Miami Hilton Hotel, Miami, Florida
the following presentation has been given:
Various ways to use a second level preconditioner
Kees Vuik

At the seminar of the
Laboratory of Computational
Engineering, EPFL
Lausanne, January 8, 2009, the following presentation has been given:
A comparison of preconditioners for incompressible flows
Kees Vuik
Presentations in 2008

At the Kolloquium der Arbeitsgruppe Modellierung, Numerik,
Differentialgleichungen November 18, 2008, Technical University
Berlin, Germany the following presentation has been given:
SIMPLEtype preconditioners for
the Oseen problem
Kees Vuik
 Advances in Contact Mechanics: a tribute to Prof. J.J. Kalker
is organised at the TU Delft from 22 to 24 October 2008.
On October 23 the following presentation has been given:
Linear solvers for large algebraic systems from structural mechanics
Kees Vuik
 The Delft Centre for Computational Science and Engineering is
organising the DCSE Customer Day
on September 19, 2008.
 At the 5th. European
Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and
Engineering (ECCOMAS 2008)
Venice, Italy,
30 June  4 July 2008 the following presentations has been given:
On the choice of abstract projection vectors for second level preconditioners
C. Vuik, J.M. Tang, and R. Nabben
This talk is presented in the minisymposium:
Second level preconditioners for Krylov subspace methods
Organizers: R. Nabben, TU Berlin and C. Vuik, TU Delft
and
A comparison of preconditioners for industrial incompressible flows
C. Vuik, M. ur Rehman, and A. Segal
This talk is presented in the minisymposium:
Iterative solvers for the incompressible Navier Stokes
equations
Organizers: M. Benzi, Emory University and C. Vuik, TU Delft
 At the
Modelling and Measuring of Multiphase Flow
Phenomena in Microfluidic and Thinfilm Systems,
Lorentz Centre, Leiden University, June 19, 2008
the following presentation has been given:
A fast and robust solver for multiphase flow
Kees Vuik and Jok Tang
 At the Householder
Symposium XVII
Zeuthen, Germany,
June 16, 2008
the following presentation has been given:
On complex shifted Laplace preconditioners for the vector Helmholtz
equation
Kees Vuik
 At the NWO Bessensap
Nemo, Amsterdam, May 26, 2008
the
following presentation has been given:
Bacteria build dikes (in Dutch: Dijken bouwen door poepende
bacterien)
(slides
and
talk
)
Kees Vuik
This presentation is based on the
master
thesis of Miranda van Rossum
 At the
9th IMACS International Symposium on Iterative Methods in Scientific
Computing
March 1720, 2008 Lille, France
the following presentations has been given:
Deflation acceleration of block ILU preconditioned Krylov methods
Kees Vuik
This talk is part of the workshop
Preconditioning techniques in domain decomposition
and
On iterative solvers combined with projected Newton methods for
reacting flow problems
(
sih4.avi
and
surface.avi
and
)
Kees Vuik, Sander van Veldhuizen, and Chris Kleijn
Presentations in 2007
 At the Seminar für Analysis und Numerik
Universitat Basel,
December 7, 2007, Basel, Switzerland
the following presentation has been given:
Spectral analysis of complex shiftedLaplace preconditioners for the Helmholtz equation
Kees Vuik

At the Kolloquium der Arbeitsgruppe Modellierung, Numerik, Differentialgleichungen
November 28, 2007, Technical University Berlin, Germany
the following presentation has been given:
Implicit time integration methods and inexact Newton methods: application to chemical vapor deposition Projection acceleration of Krylov solvers
Kees Vuik

At the
6th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics
July 1620, 2007 at Zurich Switzerland,
the following presentation has been given:
Projection acceleration of Krylov solvers
Kees Vuik

At the
SIAM Conference
on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geosciences,
March 1922, 2007 at Hilton of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico,
the following presentation has been given:
Deflation acceleration of ICCG for porous media flow
Kees Vuik, Reinhard Nabben and Jok Tang
This talk is presented in the minisymposium:
Domainbased and Krylovbased Deflation Methods for Flow in Porous
Media
Organizers: Mary Wheeler, Hector Klie and
Kees Vuik
All the
talks are available.

At the
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and
Engineering, February 1923, 2007 at Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa
in
Costa Mesa, California,
the following presentation has been given:
Comparing incompressible flow preconditioners with IFISS
Kees Vuik, Mehfooz ur Rehman, and Guus Segal
This talk is presented in the minisymposium:
Incompressible Flow Solvers in MATLAB/COMSOL
Organizers: Kees Vuik and Andy Wathen.
Presentations in 2006

A number of minisymposia are organised at the
ECCOMAS CFD 2006, European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics
September 58, 2006
Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands

At the workshop of
Computation of flow
and transport in heterogeneous media
,
Bath Institute for Complex Systems
University of Bath, United Kingdom
19th and 20th June 2006
the following presentation has been given:
Deflation
acceleration of the PCG method applied to porous media flow
C. Vuik

At the
NINTH COPPER MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE
ON
ITERATIVE METHODS,
April 27, 2006, USA
the following presentation has been given:
Complex shiftedLaplace preconditioners for the Helmholtz equation
C. Vuik, Y.A. Erlangga, C.W. Oosterlee and M.B. van Gijzen
Presentations in 2005

At the
8th European Multigrid Conference
September 2730, 2005
Scheveningen The Hague, The Netherlands,
the following presentation has been given:
Deflation acceleration for a domain decomposition preconditioner
C. Vuik and R. Nabben,

At the
Model order reduction, coupled problems and optimization
September 1923, 2005
Lorentz Center, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands,
the following presentation has been given:
Deflation acceleration for CFD problems
C. Vuik,

At the
International Conference on Computational Science 2005 (ICCS 2005)
May 2225, 2005
Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.
the following presentation has been given:
The deflation accelerated Schwarz method for CFD
J. Verkaik,
C. Vuik,
B.D. Paarhuis and A. Twerda

At the
2005 International Conference On Preconditioning Techniques For Large
Sparse Matrix Problems In Scientific And Industrial Applications
May 1921, 2005
Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.
the following presentation has been given:
Efficient preconditioners for the Helmholtz equations
C. Vuik,
Y.A. Erlangga, and C.W. Oosterlee

At the
Delft Centre for Computational Science and Engineering Symposium
,
April 8, 2005, Delft, The Netherlands
the following presentation has been given:
Efficient preconditioners for the Helmholtz equations
C. Vuik, Y.A. Erlangga and C.W. Oosterlee
Presentations in 2004

We have organised the workshop
Frequency domain modelling of 3D wave propagation in inhomogeneous media,
September 24, 2004, Delft, The Netherlands

At the
INTERPHASE 2004
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems
,
September 13  16, 2004, Rome, Italy
the following presentation has been given:
The Level Set Method for solidsolid phase transformations
E. Javierre Perez, C. Vuik, A. Segal, F. Vermolen and S. van der Zwaag

At the
EIGHTH COPPER MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE
ON
ITERATIVE METHODS,
March 28April 2, 2004, USA
the following presentation has been given:
Deflation acceleration of the preconditioned Conjugate Gradient method
C. Vuik, R. Nabben and J. Verkaik
Presentations in 2003

At the FOM meeting on Condensed Matter Physics, Veldhoven 2003,
the following poster has been presented:
Network modelling of liquid metal transport in solidifying aluminium alloys
W.O. Dijkstra, C. Vuik, A.J. Dammers and L. Katgerman
 At
ENUMATH 2003,
The European Conference on Numerical
Mathematics and Advanced Applications,
August 1822, 2003,
Prague, Czech Republic,
the following presentation has been given:
''Shifted Laplace'' preconditioners for the Helmholtz equations
C. Vuik, Y.A. Erlangga, and C.W. Oosterlee
 At the
Sparse Days and Grid Computing at St. Girons,
St. Girons, France, June 1013, 2003
the following presentation has been given:
A parallel deflated Krylov solver for finite element problems
Kees Vuik, Guus Segal and Fred Vermolen

At the FOM meeting 2003
the following poster has been presented:
Solidifying Aluminium Alloys
W.O. Dijkstra, C. Vuik and L. Katgerman
Presentations in 2002
 At the
indefinite symphony: a
1day workshop on preconditioning methods
for indefinite linear systems
,
Eindhoven, The Netherlands,
December 9, 2002
the following presentation has been given:
Preconditioned Krylov methods for the incompressible Navier Stokes
equations
C. Vuik and C. Li
 At the
Kickoff meeting NWO Program Computational Science, CWI Amsterdam,
November 29, 2002, the following poster has been presented:
Modeling of multiphase flows with a LevelSet method
S. van der Pijl, G. Segal, C. Vuik and P. Wesseling
 At the
Conference on
Preconditioning methods for optimal control
and constrained optimization problems
PMOCCO 2002
,
Nijmegen, The Netherlands,
October 2325, 2002
the following presentation has been given:
Preconditioned Krylov methods for incompressible flow
problems
C. Vuik
 At the
Woudschoten Conferentie van Numeriek Wiskundigen
,
2002 Zeist, The Netherlands,
September 25  27, 2002
the following presentation has been given:
Deflated Krylov Acceleration of the Schwarz Domain Decomposition
Method
C. Vuik, A. Segal, F. Vermolen and J. Frank
 At the
GAMM Workshop
Numerical Linear Algebra
with special emphasis on
Multilevel and Krylov Subspace Methods
,
September 1314, 2002,
University of Bielefeld, Germany
the following presentation has been given:
Deflated Krylov Acceleration of the Schwarz Domain Decomposition Method
C. Vuik, A. Segal and F. Vermolen
 At the
Householder Symposium XV, 2002
Peebles, Scotland,
June 17th  21st, 2002
the following presentation has been given:
Deflated Krylov Acceleration of the Schwarz Domain Decomposition
Method
C. Vuik,
A. Segal
and F. Vermolen
 At the
Applied Mathematics
for Industrial Flow Problems Conference
Lisbon, Portugal, April 1720, 2002
the following presentation has been given:
The Krylov accelerated SIMPLER method for incompressible
flow problems
C. Vuik
and A. Saghir
 At the
CG50 Conference: Iterative Solvers for Large Linear Systems
ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 18  21 February, 2002
the following presentation has been given:
On lumped ILU preconditioners
C. Vuik
and A. Segal
Presentations in 2001
Presentations in 2000
Presentations in 1999

At the 1999 International Conference on Preconditioning
Techniques for Large Sparse Matrix Problems in Industrial
Applications June 1012, 1999
the following poster has been
presented:
The Construction of Projection Vectors for a Deflated
ICCG Method used in Problems with a Layered Structure
C. Vuik, A. Segal, J.A. Meijerink, G.T. Wijma
Report
related to this poster is:
C. Vuik and A. Segal and J.A. Meijerink,
(
bibtex item)
An efficient preconditioned CG method for the solution
of layered problems with extreme contrasts in the coefficients
Faculty of Technical Mathematics and Informatics
Delft University of Technology, 1998
TUD Report
9820.
Presentations in 1996

At the Workshop Iterative Methods ILAY 9596 held at
CERFACS, Toulouse, France, 1013 June 1996 the following poster has been
presented:
A preconditioned Krylov subspace method for least squares
problems
C. Vuik
Papers related to this poster are:
Kees Vuik, Agur G.J. Sevink, Gerard C. Herman
A preconditioned Krylov subspace method for the solution of
least squares problems in inverse scattering
J. Comp. Phys., 123, pp. 330340, 1996.
TUD Report
9456.

At the International Conference HPCN challenges in telecomp and
telecom: Parallel simulation of complex systems and largescale
applications held at the Technical University Delft, The Netherlands,
1012 June 1996 the following poster has been presented:
Parallel iterative methods for
incompressible flows
R.R.P. van Nooyen, C. Vuik, and P. Wesseling
Paper related to this poster is:
TUD Report
96109.
Contact information:
Kees Vuik
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