14th European Workshop on AD
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Programme of the 14th Euro AD Workshop

Monday, December 9, 2013

  • 900 –930   Arrival
  • 930 –1100   Operator overloading and program transformation
    1. Robin Hogan (University of Reading)
      Can operator-overloading ever have a speed approaching source-code transformation for reverse-mode automatic differentiation?
    2. Benjamin Jurgelucks (Universität Paderborn)
      Challenges of incorporating ADOL-C into template based simulation software
    3. David Rush (National University of Ireland Maynooth)
      Refactoring AD: Plumbing vs. Numerics
  • 1100 –1130   Coffee
  • 1130 –1230   Applications of AD
    1. Asgeir Birkisson (University of Oxford)
      Block systems in Chebfun
    2. Markus Beckers (RWTH Aachen)
      Global robust optimization using McCormick relaxations
  • 1230 –1400   Lunch
  • 1400 –1630   Nonsmooth numerics via AD-based piecewise linearization
    1. Andreas Griewank (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
      Stable Generalized differentiation and piecewise linearization via AD (1 hour)
    2. Tom Streubel (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
      Representation and analysis of continuous piecewise linear functions in abs-normal form
    3. Torsten Bosse (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
      (Un)constrained optimization of PL functions
    4. Richard Hasenfelder (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
      Numerical integration of some Lipschitzian ODEs using PL models
  • 1630 –1930   End
  • 1930   Conference dinner at Pierre Victoire, Little Clarendon St

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

  • 900 –1100   Applications and tutorials
    1. Dominic Jones (CD-adapco)
      Discrete adjoint; an industrial perspective
    2. Jean Utke (Argonne National Laboratory)
      Things I recently did to Adol-C
    3. Kshitij Kulshreshtha (Universität Paderborn)
      A new development and a how-to for ADOL-C
    4. Markus Towara (RWTH Aachen)
      An effective discrete adjoint model for OpenFOAM
  • 1100 –1130   Coffee
  • 1130 –1230   Fixed-point programs
    1. Ala Taftaf (INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, France)
      Adjoints of fixed-point programs
    2. Jens-Dominik Müller (Queen Mary University of London)
      Converging discrete adjoint solutions: influence of primal stability
  • 1230 –1400   Lunch
  • 1400   Algorithmic differentiation
    1. Raazesh Sainudiin (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
      An auto-validating rejection sampler for differentiable arithmetical expressions using randomized priority queues of mapped regular pavings
    2. Johannes Lotz (RWTH Aachen)
      An Integer Programming Approach to the Call Tree Reversal Problem
    3. Shahadat Hossain (University of Lethbridge)
      Pattern graph for sparse Jacobian matrix determination
    4. Shaun Forth (Cranfield University)
      Plans for AD2016

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