|Automatic Differentiation Workshop|
|This 2-day workshop is the latest in a series that provides a forum for the presentation of theoretical developments in and applications of Automatic Differentiation (AD) and adjoint methods.|
|Date:||November 4, 2004 - November 5, 2004|
|Location:||LD454, College Lane Campus, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom|
|Special Fields:||Numerical Methods|
|Type of Event:||Conference, International|
Automatic Differentiation Workshop
Thursday 4th & Friday 5th November 2004
to be held at:
Room LD454 College Lane Campus University of Hertfordshire Hatfield Herts AL10 9AB England, EuropeSponsored by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
This 2-day workshop is the latest in a series that provides a forum for the presentation of theoretical developments in and applications of Automatic Differentiation (AD) and adjoint methods.
This workshop will involve a session on the challenges of developing AD tools for Fortran 95 (with a view to the eventual goal of differentiating C++) and a session on the use of AD in computational statistics (including propagation of uncertainty models). Other sessions will be scheduled depending on demand.
Confirmed attendees include: Mike Fagan Laurent Hascoet Paul Hovland
Further information will be posted on the conference website as it becomes available http://www.rmcs.cranfield.ac.uk/esd/amor/workshop/view
We welcome contributions on any aspect of AD at the workshop. If you would like to make a presentation on a piece of ongoing work, please contact Bruce Christianson as soon as possible.
We also hope to produce web-based post-proceedings following the workshop. The workshop is intended to focus upon work in progress, and incomplete results, but it would be helpful if you could submit an brief outline, or preliminary position paper, for distribution prior to the workshop.
REGISTRATION, ACCOMMODATION & TRAVEL
For further information please contact Johanna Hunt. (See below for contact details.)
There will be a break-even registration fee to defray reprographic and refreshment costs. (This fee includes two lunches and the Workshop dinner on Thursday night.) If you have no means of recovering your registration costs, please indicate this as a concessionary rate may be available in such case.
Academics £70 Non-Academics £100 Research Students £20*Limited funding is available to part-cover travel and participation costs for research students. For further information please email Johanna Hunt.
Chairman and Local Organiser: Bruce Christianson (B.Christianson@herts.ac.uk) Co-Organiser: Shaun Forth (firstname.lastname@example.org) Administrator: Johanna Hunt (Email: email@example.com, Fax: +441707284185)
|Event record first posted on September 23, 2004, last modified on September 25, 2004|