Monday, May 20
1:30-3:30 PM
Saanich 2

MS10
Optimization and Optimal Control of Incompressible Flows

The speakers will address various analytical and computational aspects of optimization and optimal control problems for unsteady, viscous incompressible flows. These problems have a wide range of engineering and technological applications. In recent years, great progress has been made in the area of optimization and optimal control of incompressible flows. As a result, it is possible to apply optimization and optimal control techniques to practical and complicated engineering designs and sophisticated realtime control systems. The speakers will discuss the study of the sensitivity derivatives of discretized shape optimization problems, modeling, analysis and computational techniques for boundary optimal control, optimization and optimal control of vortex dominated flows, and the long time behaviors and numerical approximations of solutions of piecewise (in time) optimal control problems.

Organizer: Lisheng Steven Hou
York University, Canada

Discretized Sensitivities Are Not Derivatives
John Burkardt, Virginia Polytechnical Institute and State University
Analysis and Computation for Control of Time Dependent Flows
Max D. Gunzburger, Iowa State University
Control of Vortex Dominated Flows
Thomas P. Svobodny, Wright State University
Dynamics and Approximations of Velocity Tracking for the Piecewise Controlled
Navier-Stokes Equations
Yin Yan, Virginia Polytechnical Institute and State University

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