Numerical methods for hyperbolic problems, NumHyp 2021
About the NumHyp conference
NumHyp 2021 is the seventh in a series of biannual conferences that began with a meeting in Castro Urdiales, Spain in 2009. Further editions of this conference were held in Roscoff, France in 2011, Aachen, Germany in 2013, Cortona, Italy in 2015, Monte Verità, Switzerland in 2017 and in Málaga, Spain in 2019. These conferences focus on recent developments and new directions in the area of numerical methods for hyperbolic and convection dominated time-dependent partial differential equations (PDEs). These PDEs arise in a large number of models in science and engineering. Prominent examples include the compressible and incompressible Euler and Navier-Stokes equations, the shallow water equations, the magneto-hydrodynamics equations, multiphase fluid models, hyperbolic formulations of continuum mechanics and even general relativity. Examples of application areas are aerodynamics, oceanography, plasma physics, solid mechanics, computational astrophysics etc.
These PDEs have been subject to extensive analytical and numerical studies over the last decades. It is widely known that their solutions can exhibit very complex behavior including the simultaneous presence of smooth waves, like acoustic or electromagnetic waves, as well as discontinuities such as shock waves and material interfaces. They also exhibit a sensitive dependence on initial conditions, presence of multiple scales in space and time, appearance of turbulent regimes, etc. The design and the analysis of numerical methods with good properties to solve them are still a major challenge even nowadays.
This conference is dedicated to the 75th birthday of Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Eleuterio F. Toro, OBE.
NumHyp 2021 will be a key activity of the PRIN 2017 project Innovative numerical methods for evolutionary partial differential equations and applications funded by the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MIUR).
- Abstract submission deadline: 13th of June 2021
- Acceptance notification: 30th of June 2021
- Registration deadline: 9th of July 2021
- Deadline for the payment of the conference fee: 15th of July 2021
Note: onsite participants are admitted only on invitation.
Abstract must be submitted as .pdf file and as editable source file, using either the LaTeX template or the MS Word template (see the "download" box on the right).
Single page limit is strongly encouraged.
Please e-mail the two files of your abstract to: numhyp2021 [at] unitn.it with the subject “NumHyp 2021 Abstract - Name and Surname of the contact person".
Structure of the Program
Sunday 25th of July
18:00 - 20:00 Registration Desk
Monday 26th of July - Friday 30th of July
08:00 – 09:00 Registration Desk (Monday 26th only)
09:00 – 10:30 Conference
10:30 – 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 – 13:00 Conference
13:00 – 15:00 Lunch
15:00 – 16:00 Conference
16:00 – 16:30 Coffee break
16:30 – 17:30 Conference
The social dinner is planned for Thursday 29th of July, depending on the COVID rules. The detailed conference program will be published on the website once available.
Onsite participants (only with invitation letter):
Regular (with social dinner) 152,50 EUR
Regular + lunch 347,70 EUR
Regular: 50,02 EUR
PhD and Postdoc students: free
The conference will be held at Hotel & Ristorante Villa Madruzzo, via Ponte Alto, 26 – 38121 Trento (TN).
Special room rates have been reserved for the participants:
Standard room, 1 person: 85 EUR per room per night, including breakfast
Standard room, 2 persons: 130 EUR per room per night, including breakfast
Superior room, 1 person: 99 EUR per room per night, including breakfast
Superior room, 2 persons:150 EUR per room per night, including breakfast
Travel by air:
The nearest airports are Verona airport, Bologna airport and Bergamo airport.
Travel by train:
Trento can be reached from (travel duration is approximated):
Verona railway station: 1 hour.
Bologna railway station: 2 hours. The journey from the airport is about 7 minutes by train.
Milan (Malpensa airport): 5 hours.
Munich railway station: 4 hours.
For train tickets please go to www.trenitalia.com
Travel by Flixbus:
Bergamo airport: 2:45 hours.
Reaching Hotel Villa Madruzzo from Trento train station:
The conference venue, Hotel Villa Madruzzo, can be reached from Trento train station either via taxi (+39 0461 930 002, www.taxitrento.it/en), or by bus line 9, see the timetable in the download box below.
About Trento and the Dolomites
The historical city of Trento is situated in the autonomous Italian region of Trentino - Alto-Adige, close to the world-famous mountains called Dolomites. Trento is very easy to reach by car or train from Austria (150 km south of Innsbruck) and from Verona (90 km north of Verona). The nearest and most convenient airport is Verona Airport, 15 minutes from the Verona train station. The region around Trento is of extraordinary beauty, with its unique mountains and lakes that offer the participants many exciting outdoor activities like skiing, hiking or climbing.
Updated Italian Government information and restrictions can be found in:
Summary of basic guidelines:
- Entering Italy requires a negative molecular or antigenic test, to be carried out by means of a swab within 48 hours before entering the country.
- The use of a face mask is compulsory at any moment.
Note that Covid rules are subject to change at any moment depending on the country of origin and modifications on Italian law, please keep updated.
The organizers plan a special issue for the NumHyp 2021 conference. Further information will be made available on this website later.
Local organizing committee:
- Michael Dumbser
- Saray Busto
- Ilya Peshkov
- Simone Chiocchetti
- Laura del Río
- Emmanuel Audusse (University of Paris 13, France)
- Christophe Berthon (University of Nantes, France)
- Mária Lukácová-Medvidová (University of Mainz, Germany)
- Pep Mulet (University of Valencia, Spain)
- Sebastian Noelle (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
- Carlos Parés (University of Málaga, Spain)
- Gabriella Puppo (University La Sapienza, Rome, Italy)
- Giovanni Russo (University of Catania, Italy)
email: numhyp2021 [at] unitn.it