The Finite Element Circus is a conference
with a rich history, focusing on new developments in the
finite element method (FEM) and applications. FEM plays a
crucial role in simulation of engineering, physical,
and other scientific phenomena. A driving force for its success
has been its mathematical analysis, which has led to novel
competitive methods and significant improvements to existing
methods. In line with IMA's annual theme, the Fall 2010 Circus
will be held at the IMA.
Like regular Circus meetings, we have randomly ordered talks
volunteered by conference participants. However, unlike the regular circus, we have three plenary talks (45 minutes long), and invited attendees. Volunteers from the invited attendees and other participants present shorter contributed talks (whose length is determined, as usual, by the number of volunteers).
Registration: All intending to participate should email
. Financial support allocations have already
been spent for this workshop. But, as for normal circuses, we
expect a majority of participants to attend with their own
Housing: Once you register, following the procedure above,
the IMA Housing coordinator will make lodging reservations so
that participants can obtain the IMA negotiated rates.