17th GAMM-Seminar Leipzig on
Construction of Grid Generation Algorithms

Max-Planck-Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences
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  17th GAMM-Seminar
February, 1st-3rd, 2001
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  Information Markus Gross (ETH Zürich)
Mesh Processing and Optimization for Scientific Visualization
  Information Joachim Schöberl (Uni Linz)
NETGEN: Algorithms and Visions
  Information Mark S. Shephard (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, USA)
Automatic Mesh Generation for Geometry-Based Simulation
  Information Thomas Apel (TU Chemnitz)
Anisotropic Meshes for Resolving Edge Singularities and Boundary Layers
  Information G. Berti (Uni Cottbus)
A Generic Toolbox for the Grid Craftsman
  Information Carsten Carstensen (Uni Kiel)
Which Adaptive FE Spaces Allow for a H1-Stable L2-Projection?
  Information Dirk Feuchter, Ulrich Stemmermann (Uni Heidelberg)
Description and Generation of Geometries and Grids for Layered Domains
  Information C. Helf (Uni Stuttgart)
A Polygonal/Polyhedral Grid Data Structure for Integrated Grid Generation and Flow Simulation
  Information Stefan M. Holzer (Uni Stuttgart)
Finite Element Meshes and Suitable Data Structures
  Information K. Yahia (Bosch, Stuttgart)
Full Automatic Grid Generation Using the Symmetric Axial Transformation
  Information Ferdinand Kickinger (AVL, Graz)
Robust Meshing on Bad CAD Data
  Information Gerd Kunert (TU Chemnitz)
Anisotropic Mesh Construction and Error Estimation in the Finite Element Method
  Information Stefan Lang (Uni Heidelberg)
Parallel Unstructured Grid Adaption and its Use for 3D Problems
  Information Volker Reichelt (RWTH Aachen)
On a Parallel Tetrahedral Grid Refinement Technique
  Information Wolfram Rosenbaum (Uni Bonn)
A Framework for Adaptive Staggered Grids
  Information S. Sauter, Nadin Frauböse (Uni Zürich)
Grid Generation, Stable Interpolation and Multigrid
  Information I. Schmelzer (WIAS Berlin)
Grid Generation and Geometry Description with COG
  Information O. Shishkina (State University, Moscow)
On Solving Elliptic PDE's via Adaptive Mesh Refinement
  Information G. Summ (Uni Erlangen)
Conditions for the Invertibility of the Isoparametric Mapping for 3D Multi-Linear Finite Elements
  Information T. Taniguchi (Okayama University)
Mesh Generation of Arbitrary 3-Dimensional Bodies Using Only Nodes on its Surface
  Information Leonardo Traversoni (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico)
Grids Based on Circles and Spheres
  Information N. Walkington (Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh)
Algorithms for 3D Unstructured Mesh Generation
  Information A. Wick (TU Berlin)
Generation of Dynamic Grids Using Structural Analogy
  Information C. Wieners (Uni Heidelberg)
Hierarchical Meshes and Local Multigrid Methods
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