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Monday, March 30, 2009
McKenna Hall Auditorium

8:00 – 8:30 Registration

8:30 – 8:45 Opening Remarks

8:45 – 9:35 Sensitivity Analysis, Model Reduction, and Circadian Oscillators
Linda Petzold, University of California - Santa Barbara

9:35 – 9:45

9:45 – 10:10

Spectral Representation and Reduced Order for Modeling of Stochastic Reaction Networks
Khachik Sargsyan, Bert Debusschere, and Habib Najm; Sandia National Laboratories

10:10 – 10:35 An Efficient Multi-time Scale (MTS) Method for Combustion Modeling with Reduced and Detailed Kinetic Mechanisms
Xiaolong Gou, Wenting Sun, Zheng Chen, and Yiguang Ju; Princeton University

10:35 – 10:50 Break

10:50 – 11:15 Phase Space Structure of Complex Chemical-kinetic Mechanisms: Low-dimensional Manifolds for Homogeneous Chemical Kinetics and 1-d Premixed Flames
Michael Davis, Argonne National Laboratory

11:15 – 11:40 Dimension Reduction and Tabulation of Combustion Chemistry using ICE-PIC and ISAT
Stephen Pope, Zhuyin Ren, and Varun Hiremath; Cornell University and ANSYS, Inc.

11:40 – 1:10 Lunch

1:10 – 2:00 Diffusion Maps for Model Reduction: Exploiting Data Mining to Accelerate Simulation
Benjamin Sonday, Amit Singer, and Ioannis Kevrekidis; Princeton University

2:00 – 2:10 Break

2:10 – 2:35

Adaptive Model Reduction and the G-Scheme
Samuel Paolucci and Mauro Valorani, University of Notre Dame and University di Roma “La Sapienza”

2:35 – 3:00 Application of the G-Scheme to Reactive Systems
Mauro Valorani and Samuel Paolucci, University di Roma “La Sapienza” and University of Notre Dame

3:00 – 3:25 Mechanism Reduction Based on Simulation Error Minimization
Tibor Nagy and Tamas Turanyi, Eötvös University

3:25 – 3:40 Break

3:40 – 4:05 Geometric Criteria for Model Reduction in Chemical Kinetics via Optimization of Trajectories
Dirk Lebiedz, Volkmar Reinhardt, and Jochen Siehr; University of Freiburg and University of Heidelburg

4:05 – 4:30 Projective Space Method for Slow Invariant Manifolds of Reactive Systems
Ashraf Al-Khateeb, Joseph Powers, Samuel Paolucci, Andrew Sommese, Jeffrey Diller. and Jonathan Hauenstein; University of Notre Dame