On Sept. 3-5, 2003, the ASCI/Alliances Center for Astrophysical
Thermonuclear Flashes at the University of Chicago will host the
Chicago Workshop on Adaptive Mesh Refinement Methods. The aim of the
Chicago Workshop is to bring together theorists and practitioners
involved in development and application of structured AMR methods. A special
session will be devoted to compare the performance of several exisiting
AMR implementations for a selected number of fluid flow problems.
Tim Barth (NASA Ames), John Bell (LBNL), Phil Colella (LBNL), Rosa
Donat (U. Valencia), Sam Falle (Leeds UK), Bill Henshaw (LLNL), Louis
Howell (LLNL), Mike Norman (UCSD), Nikos Nikiforakis (DAMPT UK),
James Quirk (LANL), Ken Powell (U. Michigan), Bob Weaver (LANL).
The Scientific Organizing Committee
Gabrielle Allen (MPG Germany), David Brown (LLNL), Phil Colella
(LBNL), Rosa Donat (Valencia Spain), Sam Falle (Leeds UK), Sandip
Ghosal (NWU), Rich Hornung (LLNL), David Keyes (ODU), Alexei Khokhlov
(NRL), Randy LeVeque (Washington), Rainald Loehner (GMU), Ewald
Müller (MPA Germany), Nikolaos Nikiforakis (DAMPT UK), Mike Norman
(UCSD), Manish Parashar (Rutgers).
The Local Organizing Committee
Timur Linde,   Tomek Plewa,   Bob Rosner,   Greg Weirs.
Carrie Eder and Mila Kuntu.
The workshop is jointly sponsored by the ASCI/Alliances Center for Astrophysical Thermonuclear Flashes and Silicon Graphics, Inc. AMR benchmark problems will be run on SGI's Altix 3000 system.