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CMAM-10, Bonn, Germany, June 10-14, 2024 10th International Conference on Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics (CMAM-10)

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The 10th edition of the CMAM conference will take place from

Monday June 10 to Friday June 14, 2024.

The conference starts Monday morning and ends Friday after lunch.

Schedule & Book of Abstracts

Schedule: CMAM-10-schedule.pdf

Abstracts: CMAM-10-BoA.pdf


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Aims and Scope

The Conference will be under the aegis of the journal Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics (CMAM), and focus on various aspects of mathematical modeling and numerical analysis. Its scope coincides with the scope of the journal: numerical methods for initial and boundary value problems for differential and integral equations appearing in applied mathematics and mathematical physics. It aims, in particular, at fostering cooperation between researchers working in the area of theoretical numerical analysis and applications to modeling, simulation, and scientific computing. Another goal of the CMAM meetings is to strengthen existing contacts and to establish new ones between scientists from all over the world. This is the tenth conference following earlier ones in Minsk, Belarus (2003); Trakai, Lithuania (2005); Minsk, Belarus (2007); Bedlewo, Poland (2010); Berlin, Germany (2012); Strobl, Austria (2014); Jyväskylä, Finland (2016); Minsk, Belarus (2018); Vienna, Austria (2022). The working language of the conference is English.

Main Topics

  • Modern numerical methods for discretization of differential and integral equations
  • Applications of numerical methods for solving problems of mathematical physics and engineering problems
  • Fast and robust solvers and their parallelization
  • Numerical PDE-constrained optimization and numerical treatment of inverse problems

Conference Format

The scientific program includes invited plenary talks, minisymposium talks, contributed talks.


The conference takes place at the beautiful location of University Club Bonn located at the Rhine river close to the city centre.

Universitätsclub Bonn e.V.
Konviktstr. 9
53113 Bonn

Confirmed Plenary Speakers

  • Daniele Boffi
  • Susanne C. Brenner
  • Carsten Carstensen
  • Norbert Heuer
  • Jun Hu
  • Ulrich Langer
  • Charalambos Makridakis
  • Svetozar Margenov
  • Neela Nataraj
  • Eun-Jae Park
  • Dirk Praetorius
  • Sergey I. Repin
  • Jun Zou


  • MS01: Advances in p- and hp-, and problem oriented Galerkin methods (Théophile Chaumont-Frelet & Lorenzo Mascotto)
  • MS02: Multiscale methods for PDEs (Christian Döding & Roland Maier)
  • MS03: Advancements in computational wave problems and related applications (Lina Zhao, Zhi Zhou & Jun Zou)
  • MS04: Residual minimization methods (Fleurianne Bertrand & Gregor Gantner)
  • MS05: Variational methods for evolutionary PDEs (Gregor Gantner, Sergio Gómez & Johannes Storn)
  • MS06: Recent advances for adaptivity in applications (Bernhard Endtmayer & Henry von Wahl)
  • MS07: Advanced methods for nonlinear PDEs (Philipp Bringmann & Ani Miraci)
  • MS08: Direct or inverse wave propagation problems in complex media (Francesca Bonizzoni & Philip Freese)
  • MS09: Recent developments in numerical PDEs (Susanne C. Brenner & Joscha Gedicke)
  • MS10: Recent advances in numerical methods for non-linear and non-smooth PDEs (Pablo Alexei Gazca-Orozco & Alex Kaltenbach)
  • MS11: Advances in tensor finite element methods (Jun Hu & Rui Ma)
  • MS12: Efficient solution strategies for multiphysics problems (Francisco Gaspar & Iryna Rybak)
  • MS13: Computational UQ for PDEs (Jürgen Dölz & Fernando Henriquez)
  • MS14: Nonstandard FEM, DG, and related methods (Eun-Jae Park & Dongwook Shin)


The CMAM-10 conference is organized by the Institute for Numerical Simulation, University of Bonn, Germany.

Organizing committee

  • Carsten Carstensen
  • Joscha Gedicke (local organizer)
  • Norbert Heuer
  • Ulrich Langer
  • Dirk Praetorius
  • Sergey I. Repin

e-mail: ed tod nnob-inu ta 01-mamca tod b@foo tod de

Important Dates

Deadline from/until
Abstract submission opening (minisymposia) January 1, 2024
Abstract submission deadline (minisymposia) February 29, 2024
Abstract submission opening (contributions) February 1, 2024
Abstract submission deadline (contributions) March 15 March 29, 2024
Registration opening March 1, 2024
Registration deadline (early bird) April 15, 2024
Registration deadline (standard) Mai 15, 2024
Conference June 10 - June 14, 2024

Registration & Payment

For registration please send an e-mail with subject “Registration” to ed tod nnob-inu ta 01-mamca tod b@foo tod de with the following informations.

For the conference name badge:
Name: e.g. Joscha Gedicke
Affiliation: e.g. University of Bonn

For the payment your status:
Conference fee: e.g. student (undergraduate or PhD) or regular

Your postal address as to be written on your invoice:
  e.g. Institut für Numerische Simulation
     Friedrich-Hirzebruch-Allee 7
     53115 Bonn

Starting March 1st we start processing your registrations and issuing personalized invoices, please be patience this will take some days. After you received the invoice, pay the conference fee in full via bank transfer following the details displayed on the invoice. The conference fee is:

until April 15 until May 15
Student (undergraduate or PhD) EUR 400 (early bird) EUR 450 (standard)
Regular EUR 450 (early bird) EUR 500 (standard)

Abstract Submission

For a minisymposium please sent an e-mail to ed tod nnob-inu ta 01-mamca tod b@foo tod de with subject “Minisymposium” containing the proposed title of the minisymposium, a short description of the topic and the full names of the organizers and their e-mail addresses, as well as a list of (potential) speakers. The target size for a 90 minutes slot will be 3 speakers, i.e. 30 minutes per speaker including discussions. There will be about 10 different time slots and up to 4 parallel sessions during the week.

For the submission of a talk please sent an e-mail to ed tod nnob-inu ta 01-mamca tod b@foo tod de with subject “Talk” with your abstract using the following latex template, attaching both the PDF and TEX file, and if this talk is part of a minisymposium, indicate also the title of the minisymposium in the e-mail.

Latex template files:


Funded by the TRA Modelling (University of Bonn) as part of the Excellence Strategy of the federal and state governments and the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics (HCM).