We welcome your participation in the 4th International Workshop on Model Reduction in Reacting Flows (IWMRRF)
June 19–21, 2013
Marriott Marquis Hotel
San Francisco, California USA
This biennial workshop brings together international experts on the theory and application of model reduction techniques in reactive flows. The objective of the workshop is to promote discussion and exchange of information among experts in this technical area, thereby promoting the advance of knowledge as regards the development of effective methods for model reduction in reacting flow.
The workshop’s main topics of interest are:
- Theoretical foundations of model reduction techniques and related dynamical theory.
- Chemical kinetic mechanism simplification.
- Model reduction in ODEs, DAEs, and PDEs.
- Computational tools to analyze reacting flows databases.
Two-page extended abstracts submissions are due by March 15, 2013.
- Dimitris A. Goussis (National Technical University of Athens, Greece)
- Ulrich Maas (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
- Fabian Mauss (Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany)
- Habib N. Najm (Sandia National Laboratories, USA)
- Samuel Paolucci (University of Notre Dame, USA)
- Stephen B. Pope (Cornell University, USA)
- Joseph M. Powers (University of Notre Dame, USA)
- Mauro Valorani (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)
June 19, 2013
- 8:30am Breakfast
- 8:50 Welcome
- 9:00 Model Reductions with Special CSP Data | S. H. Lam > view presentation slides
- 9:30 Low-Dimensional Manifolds in Direct Numerical Simulations of Autoigniting Mixing Layers | J. van Oijen, U. Goktolga, P. de Goey > view presentation slides
- 10:00 Uncertainties in Rate Constants of Important Reactions for Propene Oxidation | S. Burke, H. Curran > view presentation slides
- 10:30 Break
- 11:00 The Slowness of Invariant Manifolds Constructed by Connection of Heteroclinic Orbits | J. Powers, S. Paolucci, J. Mengers
- 11:30 Dynamical Structures in Stochastic Chemical Reaction Systems | X. Han, H. Najm
- 12:00pm Characterizing Reduced-Order Manifolds by Finite-Time Lyapunov Analysis | M. Maggia, K. Mease > view presentation slides
- 12:30 Lunch
- 2:00 Simplifying Chemical Kinetic Systems under Uncertainty using Markov Chains | L. Tosatto, Y. Marzouk
- 2:30 A Combined Adaptive Chemistry and Tabulation Strategy for the Efficient Implementation of Detailed Combustion Chemistry | P. Pepiot, Y. Liang, V. Hiremath, S. Pope
- 3:00 A Boundary Value View on the Reverse Trajectory-Based Optimization Approach for Kinetic Model Reduction | D. Lebiedz, J. Unger > view presentation slides
- 3:30 Break
- 4:00 Mechanism Reduction as a Preconditioning Strategy for Integrating Large Chemical Kinetic Systems | M. McNenly, R. Whitesides, D. Flowers
- 4:30 Pinning Reaction Fronts in a Windy Vortex Array | J. Mahoney, K. Mitchell
- 5:00 Adjourn
June 20, 2013
- 8:00am Breakfast
- 8:30 A Manifold Learning Approach to Model Reduction in Combustion | E. Chiavazzo, C. Gear, B. Sonday, I. Kevrekidis
- 9:00 Chemical Reductions Do Not Necessarily Lead to Computational Reductions | T. Grenga, S. Paolucci, M. Valorani
- 9:30 Relaxation Redistribution Method for Model Reduction | M. Kooshkbaghi, C. Frouzakis, E. Chiavazzo, I. Karlin, K. Boulouchos
- 10:00 Hydrogen/Air Auto-ignition: Algorithmic Identification of QSSA and PEA | P. Kourdis, D. Goussis
- 10:30 Break
- 11:00 Active Subspace Identification in Surrogate Modeling | T. Russi, A. Packard, M. Frenklach > view presentation slides
- 11:30 Global Sensitivity Analysis with Small Sample Sizes | M. Davis, W. Liu
- 12:00pm A Kinetic Model for Limit Phenomena Prediction Based on Bifurcation Analysis | R. Shan, T. Lu > view presentation slides
- 12:30 Lunch
- 1:30 Chemistry Guided Reduction of a Multicomponent Reaction Mechanism | L. Seidel, C. Klauer, X. Wang, F. Mauss
- 2:00 The GNAT Nonlinear Model-Reduction Method with Application to Large-Scale Turbulent Flows | K. Carlberg, C. Farhat, J. Cortial, D. Amsallem > view presentation slides
- 2:30 Break
- 3:00 Challenges for Mechanism Reduction | W. Pitz
- 3:30 Fast Solver Techniques for Algebraic Equations Resulting from the Quasi Steady State Approximation | F. Mauss
- 4:00 Adjourn
June 21, 2013
- 8:00am Breakfast
- 8:30 A Tangential Stretching Rate Index to Analyze Ignition Phenomena | M. Valorani, S. Paolucci, E. Martelli, T. Grenga
- 9:00 Reduced Basis Model Reduction for Nonlinear Evolution Equations based on Empirical Operator Interpolation | M. Drohmann, B. Haasdonk, M. Ohlberger
- 9:30 Challenges of Reduction for Open Systems | J. Powers, J. Mengers
- 10:00 Analysis of Transient Processes in the Context of REDIM | U. Maas, V. Bykov, A. Neagos > view presentation slides
- 10:30 Break
- 11:00 Progress-Variable-Free State-Space Parameterizations for Premixed Combustion | M. Ayoobi, I. Schoegl > view presentation slides
- 11:30 Analysis and Reduction of Chemical Models under Uncertainty | H. Najm, R. Berry, B. Debusschere > view presentation slides
- 12:00pm Adjourn
The extended abstracts should be submitted as PDF files. Please restrict yourself to a maximum of 2 pages, and do not include page numbers. The paper format should be US Letter size, with a maximum file size of 2 MB. Use color figures as desired.
Please use one of these templates:
- Microsoft Word template (click to download Word template)
- LaTeX template package (click to download zipped file)
Please submit your extended abstract as a PDF file no later than March 15, 2013 via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Submission of extended abstracts: until
March 15, 2013March 30, 2013.
- Notification of acceptance: by
April 1, 2013April 1-5, 2013.
- Scientific program published on website: April 15, 2013.
- Early registration: until May 1, 2013.
- Discount rates for Marriott Hotel: until
May 18, 2013May 25, 2013.
- Meeting dates: 19-21 June 2013.
Robert Berry, The Climate Corporation
Kevin Carlberg, Sandia National Laboratories
Eliodoro Chiavazzo, Princeton University
Kenny Chowdhary, Sandia National Laboratories
Henry Curran, National University of Ireland, Galway
Michael Davis, Argonne National Laboratory
Martin Drohmann, Sandia National Laboratories
Michael Frenklach, University of California, Berkeley
Dimitris Goussis, National Technical University of Athens
Xiaoying Han, Auburn University
Sau-Hai Lam, Princeton university
Dirk Lebiedz, Ulm University
Tianfeng Lu, University of Connecticut
Ulrich Maas, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Marco Maggia, University of California, Irvine
John Mahoney, University of California, Merced
Youssef Marzouk, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Fabian Mauss, Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus
Matthew McNenly, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Ken Mease, University of California, Irvine
Habib Najm, Sandia National Laboratories
Samuel Paolucci, University of Norte Dame
Perrine Pepiot, Cornell University
William Pitz, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Stephen B. Pope, Cornell University
Joseph Powers, University of Notre Dame
Cosmin Safta, Sandia National Laboratories
Khachik Sargsyan, Sandia National Laboratories
Ingmar Schoegl, Louisiana State University
Luca Tosatto, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jonas Unger, Ulm University
Mauro Valorani, Sapienza U. Rome
Jeroen Van Oijen, Eindhoven University of Technology
Stephen Voelkel, UT Austin
Location: Marriott Marquis San Francisco Hotel
55 Fourth Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 USA
You can reserve accommodations at the workshop hotel by:
- Using the online reservation form
Please note that this option is only feasible for accommodations starting 6/18 and ending 6/21.
- Calling the hotel reservations number (+1-800-228-9290), and providing the agent with the group name “4TH IWMRRF” and/or the code “FIW“. This method is necessary if you want to reserve dates that extend before and/or after the workshop. Please indicate the specific Marriott hotel as the Marriott Marquis San Francisco.
A special workshop discount is available for accommodations booked by
May 18, 2013 May 25, 2013. The number of available discounted rooms is limited, so we encourage you to reserve a room early.
A variety of other hotels are located in the vicinity of the workshop. Please consult, for instance, the website of the San Francisco Travel Association.
The Marriott Marquis Hotel is conveniently located in downtown San Francisco. Please consult the maps & transportation section on the Marriott’s website.
San Francisco is in close proximity to three international airports:
San Francisco International Airport — SFO
Oakland International Airport — OAK
Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport — SJC
Early registration fee (before May 1, 2013): $300
Late registration fee (after May 1, 2013): $350
Please register and pay the registration fee using your credit card (MasterCard or Visa only) with Sandia National Lab’s Web Pay system. Select the event “2013 Int’l Workshop on Model Reduction in Reacting Flows” from the drop-down list. Then fill in the requisite information. REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED.
Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel your registration, please contact the local organizers for a full refund no later than June 1, 2013.
Habib N. Najm
Sandia National Laboratories
P.O. Box 969, MS 9051
Livermore, CA 94551-0969