Plenary Speakers (Alphabetical Order)

Peter Binev (University of South Carolina).
          "Recent developments of approximation theory and greedy algorithms"

Yanbei Chen (Caltech)
          "Semi-analytical modeling of compact binary mergers"

Wojciech Czaja (University of Maryland)
          "Operator analysis of geometric data structures"

Don Estep (Colorado State University)
          "Uncertainty quantification: Errors, variations, and inverses"

Jan Hesthaven (Brown University)
          "Approximations and reduced models for problems with many parameters"

David Knezevic (Harvard)
          "A component-based reduced basis method for many-parameter systems"

Akil Narayan (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth)
          "Interpolation in high dimensions and non-intrusive reduced order modeling"

Justin Romberg (Georgia Tech)
          "Solving underdetermined linear equations and overdetermined quadratic equations (using convex programming)"

Gianluigi Rozza (SISSA MathLab, Italy)
          "Reduced order modelling in multi-parametrized system: applications to inverse problems and optimal control"

Mark Scheel (Caltech)
          "Numerical relativity: Triumphs and challenges of binary black hole simulations"

Michele Vallisneri (Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech)
          "Markov Chain Monte Carlo: The ultimate multitool"

Alan Weinstein (Caltech)
          "Computational challenges in gravitational-wave data analysis"

Confirmed Participants (Alphabetical Order)

Harbir Antil (George Mason University)
Peter Binev (University of South Carolina)
Don V Black (America Institute for Ressarch in Science and Technology)
Jonathan Blackman (Caltech)
Kent Blackburn (Caltech)
Priscilla Canizares (Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge (UK))
Sarah Caudill (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
Yanbei Chen (Caltech)
Qi Chu (U. of Western Australia)
Max Cubillos (Caltech)
Wojciech Czaja (University of Maryland)
Don Estep (Colorado State University)
Farhan Feroz (Cambridge University)
Scott Field (University of Maryland)
Chad Galley (Caltech)
Philip Graff (NASA Goddard & University of Maryland)
Daniel Gutierrez
Jan Hesthaven (Brown University)
Michael Holst (University of California at San Diego)
Athol Kemball (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Omid Khanmohamadi (Florida State University)
David Knezevic (Harvard)
Richard Kriske (University of Minnesota)
Stephen Lau (University of New Mexico)
Melvin Leok (University of California, San Diego)
Scott Little (Northcentral University)
Geoffrey Lovelace (California State University Fullerton)
Kendall Mallory (Point Loma Nazarene University)
David Mathes (CSU Fullerton)
Seyed Mohammad (RWTH Aachen University)
Akil Narayan (University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth)
Evan Ochsner (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
Larry Price (Caltech)
Jia Qi (Wabash College)
Vivien Raymond (Caltech)
Justin Romberg (Georgia Tech)
Gianluigi Rozza (SISSA MathLab, Italy)
Mark Scheel (Caltech)
Rory Smith (Caltech)
Bela Szilagyi (Caltech)
Nick Taylor (Caltech)
Manuel Tiglio (University of Maryland & Caltech)
Michale Tielens
Michele Vallisneri (Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech)
Adita Viswanathan (Caltech)
Alan Weinstein (Caltech)
Artem Yankov (University of Michigan)
Anil Zenginoglu (Caltech)
Aaron Zimmerman (Caltech)

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