Monday, March 22

MS1
Parallel Multigrid Methods

10:00 AM-12:30 PM
Room: Ballroom A

Modern simulation codes must solve extremely large systems of equations- tens, even hundreds of millions of equations. Hence, there is an acute need for scalable parallel linear solvers, i.e., algorithms for which the time to solution (or number of iterations) remains constant as both problem size and number of processors increase. Multigrid, known to be an optimal serial algorithm, is often scalable when implemented on a parallel computer. The speakers in this minisymposium will discuss parallelizing multigrid solvers for various problems and architectures. The machines range from the high-end ASCI machines, with thousands of processors, to low-cost clusters of workstations.

Organizer: Van Emden Henson
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

10:00-10:20 Parallel Semicoarsening Multigrid
Jim E. Jones and Robert D. Falgout, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
10:25-10:45 Transpose-Free Parallel ADI Methods in Multigrid
Craig C. Douglas, University of Kentucky; Sachit Malhotra, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter; and Martin H. Schultz, Yale University
10:50-11:10 Approaches to Parallel Multigrid with the Full Domain Partition
William F. Mitchell, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg
11:15-11:35 Parallel Multigrid Solver of Unstructured Finite Element Problems in Non-Linear Solid Mechanics
Mark Adams, University of California, Berkeley
11:40-12:00 Design of a Multilevel Module for Parallel Unstructured Grid Computations
Karen Devine, John Shadid, Charles Tong and Ray Tuminaro, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore
12:05-12:25 A Parallel Implementation of Algebraic Multigrid
Van Emden Henson, Organizer; Robert D. Falgout, Jim E. Jones and Ulrike Meier Yang, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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