This is a series of annual meetings displaying the research diversity of computational mathematics in Maryland, Delaware, Northern Virginia and vicinity.

It is named in honor of Francisco Javier Sayas (1968-2019). In addition to his many other achievements, he played a key role in establishing and running DelMar Numerics Day, and was dedicated to its mission of giving especially younger mathematicians an opportunity to share their work.

Presentation honoring Francisco Javier Sayas, given by R. Nochetto at DelMar Numerics Day 2019.


SAYAS Numerics Day 2020 will be held
on May 9, 2020 from 9:00am to 5:50pm
at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County
in room PUP 105 (Public Policy building)
There will be 12 contributed talks (20 minutes) and an invited keynote talk (1 hour).

Keynote talk:
Nonlocal Modeling, Analysis and Computation: Some Recent Developments
Qiang Du, Columbia University

Attendance is free, but registration is required.

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REGISTRATION FORM
Registration is required (it is free).
The DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING TALKS IS APRIL 12.
The deadline for registration without submitting a talk is APRIL 24.

Location

The conference will be held at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, in lecture hall 105 in the Public Policy Building. The Public Policy Building can be found in quadrant E7 on the campus map.

Driving Directions and Parking

Previous Meetings

Delmar Numerics Day 2019 at University of Maryland, College Park
Delmar Numerics Day 2018 at University of Delaware
Delmar Numerics Day 2016 at George Mason University (Fairfax, VA).
Delmar Numerics Day 2015 at U.S. Naval Academy (Annapolis)
Delmar Numerics Day 2014 at University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Delmar Numerics Day 2013 at University of Maryland, College Park
Delmar Numerics Day 2012 at University of Delaware

Scientific Committee

Harbir Antil (George Mason University)
Andrei Draganescu (U of Maryland, Baltimore County)
Ricardo H. Nochetto (U of Maryland, College Park)
Petr Plechac (U of Delaware)
Tobias von Petersdorff (U of Maryland, College Park)