本期编辑：

许跃生

中山大学应用计算科学研究院

compsci@mail.sysu.edu.cn

乔中华

香港理工大学应用数学系

zqiao@polyu.edu.hk

**内容提要：**

- 祝CAM读者春节快乐
- 中国科学院数学与系统科学研究院陆汝钤院士荣获2014年度中国计算机学会终身成就奖
- 北京师范大学数学科学学院举办第五届偏微分方程研讨会：青年PDE会议
- 北京国际数学研究中心近期活动
- 北京计算科学研究中心博士后招聘
- 会议信息：International Conference on Optimization, Sparsity and Adaptive Data Analysis
- 期刊内容：Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series, Volume 31, Issue 3, March 2015
- 期刊内容：SCIENCE CHINA Mathematics, Vol.58, No.2/ 2015
- 期刊内容：Journal of Scientific Computing，Volume 62, Number 3, March 2015

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汤
涛
香港浸会大学数学系

许跃生
中山大学应用计算科学研究院

乔中华
香港理工大学应用数学系

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中国科学院数学与系统科学研究院陆汝钤院士荣获2014年度中国计算机学会终身成就奖

来源：中国科学院数学与系统科学研究院网站

2015年1月31日，以“责任、创新、奉献”为主题的中国计算机学会（CCF）颁奖大会在京举

行。我院陆汝钤院士荣获2014
CCF终身成就奖，中国工程院院士、中国计算机学会名誉理

事长李国杰为其颁奖。

陆汝钤院士从事包括编译理论、定理证明、形式语言理论、形式语义学、量子自动机等多

方面的研究，在知识工程和基于知识的软件工程方面做了系统的、创造性的工作，是我国

该领域研究的开拓者之一。

中国计算机学会终身成就奖于2010年设立，简称CCF终身成就奖，授予70岁以上、在计算

机领域做出卓越成就与贡献、被业界广泛认可的科学家。

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北京师范大学数学科学学院举办第五届偏微分方程研讨会：青年PDE会议

来源：北京师范大学数学科学学院网站

1月24-25日，由北京师范大学非线性分析研究中心主办的第五届“BNU-PDE
Workshop”之

—：青年PDE会议在北京师范大学后主楼1124举行。本次会议的报告人主要以国内“70后、

80后”在偏微分方程领域已有一定影响力的青年教师为主。来自中国科学院数学与系统科学

研究院、北京大学、复旦大学、华中师范大学、兰州大学、华南理工大学等国内著名高校

的青年教师和我院青年教师代表共16位报告人，分别就各自领域的最新进展进行了展示与

交流，为北师大偏微分方程组的青年教师和研究生的成长提供了一个广阔的平台，对加强

他们与国内专家同行的交流和合作起到了积极的作用。来自北京交通大学、北京化工大学、

北京航空航天大学、北京邮电大学、北京农业大学、中央财经大学、中央民族大学等院校

的老师学生50余人参加了本次会议。

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来源：北京国际数学研究中心网站

１.
BICMR-CNRS Lectures in Mathematics - Integral Formulas and Serre Duality

for the Cauchy-Riemann Equation

Speaker(s)Christine Laurent,
Université Joseph Fourier, Institut Fourier

DateFrom 2015-04-27 To
2015-05-08

VenueRoom 29 at Quan Zhai, BICMR

Speaker：Christine
Laurent, Université Joseph Fourier, Institut Fourier

Sponsored by：BCIMR,
CNRS, Mount Everest Project

Time：10:00-12:00,
From 2015-04-27 to 2015-04-30, 2015-05-05 to 2015-05-08

Venue：Room
29 at Quan Zhai, BICMR

Abstract：The
Cauchy-Riemann equation is one of the most important tools in

complex
analysis. Different approaches are possible to study this equation,

here we
will focus on the theory of integral representations developped by

Grauert,
Lieb, Henkin in the 70’s for the local study and use the Grauert’s

bumping
method to derive global results from the local ones.

The obstruction to
the solvability of the Cauchy-Riemann equation on a complex

manifold is
given by the Dolbeault cohomology groups. We will study these groups

in
several settings: for smooth forms, for Lp form or for currents. The vanishing

of a Dolbeault cohomology group in some setting is equivalent to the
solvability

of the Cauchy-Riemann equation in the same setting, the
finiteness says that the

obstruction is rather small.

For some
problems, it is natural to introduce support conditions in the study of

the
Cauchy-Riemann equation, the case of compact supports is of great importance.

Serre duality will give some relation between the usual Dolbeaut cohomology
and

the Dolbeault cohomology with compact support.

Applications to
the extension of CR functions and to the solvability of the

Cauchy-Riemann
equation with prescribe support will be given.

2. BICMR-CNRS Lectures in
Mathematics--Entire Holomorphic Curves and

Algebraic Differential
Equations

Speaker(s)Jean-Pierre Demailly, Université Joseph Fourier,
Institut Fourier

DateFrom 2015-04-07 To 2015-06-18

VenueRoom 77201
at #78 courtyard, Beijing International Center for Mathematical

Research/Room 29 at Quan Zhai, BICMR

Speaker：Jean-Pierre
Demailly, Université Joseph Fourier, Institut Fourier

Sponsored by：BCIMR,
CNRS, Mount Everest Project

Time：
Every Tuesday & Thursday, 14:00-16:00, From 2015-04-7 to 2015-06-18

Venue: Classroom 77201(2015-04-07 to 2015-06-11), Classroom Quan29 (2015-06-16
to 2015-06-18)

Abstract：The
geometry of projective algebraic varieties is intimately

related to
positivity or negativity properties of their curvature tensor. In the

introduction, we will first recall some basic concepts of complex differential
geometry:

complex manifolds, Dolbeault cohomology, vector bundles,
connections, Chern classes,

holomorphic Morse inequalities. These
fundamental concepts will then be used to investigate

the existence of
entire holomorphic curves drawn in projective algebraic varieties. This

problem is related to deep conjectures concerning number theory (Diophantine
equations) and,

in a more algebraic setting, to curvature properties of jet
bundles. The ultimate goal will

be to prove a recent result of the lecturer
in the direction of the Green-Griffiths-Lang

conjecture, according to which
every entire curve drawn in a variety of general type

satisfies algebraic
differential equations.

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发件人：蔡伟 <wcai@csrc.ac.cn>；杨娟 <yangjuan@csrc.ac.cn>;

Postdoctoral fellows (6) and Computational software engineers (4)

in Beijing Computational Science Research Center

Beijing
Computational Science Research Center (CSRC) – a newly established

interdisciplinary institute in China is recruiting multiple postdoctoral

fellow and computational software engineer positions (http://www.csrc.ac.cn)

to conduct top research in computational sciences in condensed matter
physics,

quantum optics, biological sciences, and material sciences and
advance algorithm

developments.

Postdoc Positions: The initial
appointment for the postdoc position will be for

two years with a possible
renewal for the third with an annual salary of from

150,000 to 240,000 RMB
and research funding, housing and transportation benefits

are also
provided. The potential candidates should demonstrate record of top

quality research work in computational and interdisciplinary research.

Postdoc Position P1 - Novel numerical methods for first principle modeling of

materials: Development of novel numerical methods for solving Kohn-Sham
density

functional theory with hybrid exchange correlation functionals; for
quantum

transport computations; and for excited state methods. A PhD in
Applied Math,

Physics, Chemistry or Engineering is required and with strong
expertise in parallel

programming (MPI and C++). (Supervisor: Prof. Lin
Lin, Math, UC Berkeley and

Prof. Cai Wei, Algorithms, CSRC)

Postdoc
Position P2- Mesoscale modeling of low dimensional materials: Development

of
novel numerical methods for coupling first principle electronic structure

theories with atomistic scale models, for the efficient treatment of
low-dimensional

materials at the mesoscale level. Development of accurate
interatomic potential that

is consistent with first principle description,
with applications to large scale

materials. A PhD in Applied Math, Physics,
Chemistry or Engineering is required and

experience with strong experience
in computer programming. (Supervisor: Prof. Lin Lin,

Math, UC Berkeley and
Prof. Cai Wei, Algorithms, CSRC)

Postdoc Position P3- Stochastic
multiscale modeling of soft materials: We are in

developing a mathematical
and computational framework at the mesoscale, bridging

the scale between
microscale and continuum descriptions of materials, focusing

primarily on
soft matter and complex fluids. A PhD in Applied Math, Physics or

Engineering is required as well as familiarity with microscopic, mesoscopic and

continuum methods, including stochastic PDEs. (Supervisor: Prof. George
Karniadakis,

Applied Math, Brown Univ. and Prof. Cai Wei, Algorithms, CSRC)

Postdoc Position P4- Computational Electromagnetics for random media: To
develop

a new high order volume integral equation method for simulating
electro-magnetic

wave scattering of random surfaces over layered media with
application in nano-photonics

and surface enhanced Raman scattering.
(Supervisor: Prof. Cai Wei, Algorithms, CSRC).

Postdoc Position P5:
Continuum phase field modeling of catalyzed growth of semiconductor

nanowires. Development of phase field simulation program suitable for large
scale parallel

computers based on the existing serial implementation.
Investigating the mechanisms of

morphological changes (instabilities) during
nanowire nucleation and growth. Coupling

with atomistic models of nanowire
growth (Supervisor: Prof. Wei Cai, Mechanical Engineering,

Stanford)

Postdoc Position P6- Molecular dynamics simulation at experimental time-scale:
to

study the mechanical properties of structural materials at finite
temperature and high

stress. We try to understand longtime-scale properties,
such as diffusion, creep etc.

The time-scale in our simulation should be
comparable to the experimental time-scale.

(Supervisor: Dr. Peng-fei Guan,
CSRC).

Software Engineer Positions: The initial appointment for the
engineer position will be

for three years with an annual salary of from
150,000 to 180,000 RMB. Candidates should

have ample experience in
developing computational software for scientific computing projects

in high
performance parallel computing systems. Generous fringe benefits include housing

allowance and transportation. Engineer position can eventually become staff
members at the

center after successful performance reviews.

Engineer
Position E1 - Localized molecular orbital DFT with solvation models: The
software

engineer will lead the code development of a mutliscale method
integrating density functional

theory using non-orthogonal localized
molecular orbitals, molecular mechanics and solvation

and polarization
models for solvent and dielectric environments. The target open-source

software will be capable of simulating complex physical systems in condensed
phases with

accurate force calculations in molecular dynamics simulations.
The considerable candidate

should be experienced in developing scientific
codes for parallel computer architectures in

Fortran, C/C++ and parallel
programming (CUDA, OpenCL, Open MPI, etc). A Ph.D. in physics

or quantum
chemistry or applied mathematics is required. (Project will be supervised by

Prof. Weitao Yang, Chemistry, Duke)

Engineer Position E2 - Kohn-Sham
DFT and pole expansion and selected inversion (PEXSI)

method: This software
engineer will lead the code development of efficient parallel

algorithms for
solving Kohn-Sham density functional theory on GPU and Intel KNL architectures,

based on the pole expansion and selected inversion (PEXSI) method. The
target open-source

software will be capable of simulating large scale
materials and chemical systems with reduced

order scaling, and can be
readily used by multiple electronic structure software packages

such as
SIESTA, CP2K, BigDFT, FHI-aims, DGDFT etc. The considerable candidate should be

proficient in developing scientific codes for parallel computer
architectures in C++, MPI,

OpenMP and CUDA. A Ph.D. in applied mathematics,
physics, chemistry or engineering is required.

(Project will be supervised
by Prof. Lin Lin, Math, UC Berkeley).

Engineer Position E3 - X-ray and
CryoEM data analysis in biology: Develop software and

algorithm to analyze
experimental data, with a focus on the research of biological systems.

This
is under a general framework that integrates experimental information with the

theoretical modeling and simulations. The specific tasks are: Develop
programs to process

raw data, reduce images to meaningful profiles; Apply
and Develop algorithms to convert

profiles to model information, such as 3D
structures, distance constraints; Based on the

models, propose hypothesis
about the mechanism for further experimental validations. The

data sources
include but not limited to X-ray scattering/diffraction data, especially the

experimental data from X-ray free electron lasers; CryoEM data collected
using the advanced

detectors; Single molecule Fluorescence data, including
particle tracking, FRET etc.

Background in the following areas is desired:
physical sciences, such as physics, chemistry,

computer sciences, and
applied mathematics; Knowledge about programming languages, C/C++,

Python,
Perl; Familiar with Matlab or other scientific software. (Project will be
supervised

by Prof. Leihan Tang and Haiguan Liu, CSRC).

Engineer
Position E4 - Dislocation dynamics ParaDis program: The software engineer will

lead the code development of ParaDiS, a massively parallel dislocation
dynamics program for

predicting metal plasticity. The target is to extend
the time step size and total plastic

strain capability of the ParaDiS
program by using advanced time integration methods and

computational
architectures (such as GPUs). The considerable candidate should be experienced

in developing scientific codes for parallel computer architectures in C/C++
and parallel

programing (MPI, OpenMP, CUDA, etc). A PhD in materials
science, mechanical engineering,

physics, or applied mathematics is
required. (Project will be supervised by Prof. Wei Cai,

Mechanical
Engineering, Stanford)

Applications should consist of curriculum vitae,
including a list of publications, summary

of future research plans, and
three letters of reference. Please identify the position code

in your
application. Application materials should be electronically sent to Ms. Juan
Yang by

email yangjuan@csrc.ac.cn
with subject line “Algorithms Postdocs” or “Algorithm Engineers”.

Positions
are available immediately.

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会议信息：International Conference on Optimization, Sparsity and Adaptive Data Analysis

来源：中国科学院数学与系统科学研究院网站

The purpose of this international conference is
to bring experts from different

disciplines together to exchange ideas and
identify new research opportunities

in analyzing large scale data in which
sparsity and optimization play an essential

role.This conference is part of
the ICCM-CAM conference series.

In recent years, there has been an
explosive growth in developing new efficient

algorithms to represent large
scale data or multiscale solutions. The L1-based

optimization, sparsity, and
low rank structures have played in an important role

in the recent
developments of compressed (compressive) sensing and various fast

algorithms
for image processing, data analysis and high frequency wave propagation.

Many problems in multiscale solutions and stochastic PDEs with high dimensional

input variables enjoy low rank structure when the solution is projected to
some

appropriately chosen data-driven basis. At the same time, there is a
lot of progress

in developing adaptive data analysis methods for analyzing
nonlinear nonstationary

data. These methods can reveal some intrinsic
physical features from multiscale

data. Statistical analysis has also played
a significant role in modern data analysis.

This workshop will bring experts
from these different disciplines together to exchange

ideas and identify new
research opportunities at the interface between information

science and
physical sciences.

Date: March 18 - 22, 2015

Location: Conference
Hall on the first floor of Siyuan Building, Academy of Mathematics

and
System Science (AMSS), Beijing

Website:
http://osada.csp.escience.cn/dct/page/1 (Registration will be closed

on
March 1, 2015.)

Contact Information: Mr. Guangqiang Tie, Tel: +86 10 6255
8381,

E-mail: gqtie@math.ac.cn

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期刊内容：Acta Mathematica Sinica, English Series, Volume 31, Issue 3, March 2015

发件人：
"LONG Jing <jlong@amss.ac.cn>"

http://www.springer.com/10114

In this issue (12 articles)

Functional inequalities in
non-Archimedean normed spaces

Choonkil Park 31(3), Pages 353-366 (2015)

The fractional metric dimension of permutation graphs

Eunjeong Yi 31(3),
Pages 367-382 (2015)

Long-term analysis of degenerate parabolic
equations in
ℝ N

Gao Cheng Yue, Cheng Kui Zhong 31(3), Pages
383-410 (2015)

Blow-up dynamics of L2 solutions for the Davey-Stewartson
system

Shi Hui Zhu 31(3), Pages 411-429 (2015)

Endpoint estimates
for Marcinkiewicz integrals on weighted weak hardy spaces

Yan Lin, Mei Xu
31(3), Pages 430-444 (2015)

Context-free grammars for triangular arrays

Robert X. J. Hao, Larry X. W. Wang, Harold R. L. Yang 31(3), Pages 445-455
(2015)

Estimation of partially specified spatial panel data models with
random-effects

Yuan Qing Zhang, Guang Ren Yang 31(3), Pages 456-478 (2015)

A positive solution for some critical p-Laplacian systems

Xiao Zhi Wang
31(3), Pages 479-500 (2015)

On Laguerre form and Laguerre isoparametric
hypersurfaces

Jian Bo Fang 31(3), Pages 501-510 (2015)

Additive
hazards regression with random effects for clustered failure times

Deng Pan,
Yan Yan Liu, Yuan Shan Wu 31(3), Pages 511-525 (2015)

Expansions for
the distribution and the maximum from distributions with an

asymptotically
gamma tail when a trend is present

Christopher S. Withers, Saralees
Nadarajah 31(3), Pages 526-542 (2015)

Complexity analysis of an
interior point algorithm for the semidefinite

optimization based on a kernel
function with a double barrier term

Mohamed Achache 31(3), Pages 543-556
(2015)

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期刊内容：SCIENCE CHINA Mathematics, Vol.58, No.2/ 2015

发件人：SciChinaMath
<math@scichina.org>；Zhihua YANG <zhihua@scichina.org>

http://www.springerlink.com/content/1674-7283/

Progress of
Projects Supported by NSFC

Objective triangle functors

RINGEL Claus
Michael, ZHANG Pu

Sci China Math, 58(2), 2015, pp. 221-232

doi:10.1007/s11425-014-4954-4

Multiplicity one theorems, S-version

WANG Song

Sci China Math, 58(2), 2015, pp. 233-256

doi:10.1007/s11425-014-4924-x

Ground states of a nonlinear Schr?dinger
system with nonconstant potentials

LIU HaiDong, LIU ZhaoLi

Sci China Math,
58(2), 2015, pp. 257-278

doi:10.1007/s11425-014-4914-z

Integrable
discretization of soliton equations via bilinear method and

B?cklund
transformation

ZHANG YingNan, CHANG XiangKe, HU Juan, HU XingBiao, TAM
Hon-Wah

Sci China Math, 58(2), 2015, pp. 279-296

doi:10.1007/s11425-014-4952-6

A family of symmetric mixed finite
elements for linear elasticity on

tetrahedral grids

HU Jun, ZHANG
ShangYou

Sci China Math, 58(2), 2015, pp. 297-307

doi:10.1007/s11425-014-4953-5

Articles

Hardy spaces Hp over
non-homogeneous metric measure spaces and their applications

FU Xing, LIN
HaiBo, YANG DaChun, YANG DongYong

Sci China Math, 58(2), 2015, pp. 309-388

doi:10.1007/s11425-014-4956-2

A Marcinkiewicz criterion for
Lp-multipliers related to Schr?dinger operators

with constant magnetic
fields

DENG LiuRui, MA BoLin, LIU ShaoYue

Sci China Math, 58(2), 2015, pp.
389-404

doi:10.1007/s11425-014-4866-3

Weakly k-hyponormal and
polynomially hyponormal commuting operator pairs

DUAN YongJiang, TingTing

Sci China Math, 58(2), 2015, pp. 405-422

doi:10.1007/s11425-014-4916-x

A Cheeger-Müller theorem for symmetric bilinear torsions on manifolds with
boundary

SU GuangXiang

Sci China Math, 58(2), 2015, pp. 423-446

doi:10.1007/s11425-014-4931-y

Gradient estimates and coupling property
for semilinear SDEs driven by jump processes

SONG YuLin

Sci China Math,
58(2), 2015, pp. 447-458

doi:10.1007/s11425-014-4836-9

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期刊内容：Journal of Scientific Computing，Volume 62, Number 3, March 2015

发件人：Chi-Wang
Shu <shu@dam.brown.edu>

http://www.springeronline.com/journal/10915

A Frequency-Domain
Approach for the P1

Approximation of Time-Dependent Radiative Transfer

Mohamed Addam, Abderrahman Bouhamidi and Mohammed

Seaid, pp.623-651.

Convergence Analysis of a Minimax Method for

Finding Multiple Solutions of
Semilinear Elliptic

Equation: Part I -- On Polyhedral Domain

Xudong Yao,
pp.652-673.

Design of Loop's Subdivision Surfaces by

Fourth-Order
Geometric PDEs with G1 Boundary

Conditions

Guoliang Xu and Qing Pan,
pp.674-692.

KdV Equation and Computations of Solitons:

Nonlinear Error
Dynamics

V.M. Ashwin, K. Saurabh, M. Sriramkrishnan, P.M.

Bagade, M.K.
Parvathi and Tapan K. Sengupta,

pp.693-717.

Numerical Algorithms for
the Forward and

Backward Fractional Feynman–Kac Equations

Weihua Deng,
Minghua Chen and Eli Barkai,

pp.718-746.

Compact Crank–Nicolson
Schemes for a Class of

Fractional Cattaneo Equation in Inhomogeneous

Medium

Xuan Zhao and Zhi-Zhong Sun, pp.747-771.

Runge–Kutta Residual
Distribution Schemes

Andrzej Warzynski, Matthew E. Hubbard and

Mario
Ricchiuto, pp.772-802.

The Entropy Satisfying Discontinuous Galerkin

Method for Fokker-Planck equations

Hailiang Liu and Hui Yu, pp.803-830.

A Level Set Approach Reflecting Sheet

Structure with Single Auxiliary
Function for

Evolving Spirals on Crystal Surfaces

T. Ohtsuka, Y.-H. R.
Tsai and Y. Giga,

pp.831-874.

Numerical Treatment of Interfaces for

Second-Order Wave Equations

Florencia Parisi, Mariana Cecere, Mirta

Iriondo and Oscar Reula, pp.875-897.

Numerical Investigations of an
Implicit

Leapfrog Time-Domain Meshless Method

Guido Ala and Elisa
Francomano, pp.898-912.

High-Order Flux Reconstruction Schemes with

Minimal Dispersion and Dissipation

Kartikey Asthana and Antony Jameson,
pp.913-944.

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End of CAM Digest

本期到此结束

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