报告题目：Numerical algorithms for large eigenvalue problems
报告校内联系人：杜 磊 联系电话：84708351-8137
Solution of large eigenvalue problems is of prime importance in computational science. Many scientific applications have a rich variety of needs to compute eigenvalues (and the corresponding eigenvectors) of the form
- all the eigenvalues
- all the eigenvalues in a given region
- largest/smallest eigenvalues
- some eigenvalues around a desired target point
- the kth eigenvalue with a given number k
In this talk, we briefly review numerical algorithms in terms of theory and applications. This is joint work with: D. Lee and S.-L. Zhang at Nagoya University, Japan.
Dr. Tomohiro Sogabe received his doctoral degree from the university of Tokyo in 2006, and now he is an associate professor at department of applied physics, Nagoya university. Before joined in Nagoya university, he was an associate professor at Aichi prefectural university (2009-2015). His research interests include numerical linear algebra and scientific computing. He has published more than 60 papers and was awarded best paper prize of JSIAM2010.