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Model Reduction for Circuit Simulation

30. and 31. October 2008 in Hamburg, Germany

The joint workshop of the BMBF research network SyreNe and the EU Marie Curie ToK Project O-Moore-Nice aims at bringing together researchers and users of model order reduction (MOR) technics with special emphasis on applications in micro- and nanoelectronics. Contributions from other areas such as computational electromagnetics and -dynamics, micro- and nanosystems technology, and related disciplines are welcome.


Peer reviewed proceedings of the workshop based on the invited and on selected contributed talks will be published with Springer in the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering series. You find detailed information on this page.

Invited speakers

Athanasios C. Antoulas,
Rice University, Houston

An overview of the model reduction problem and some new results

Roland W. Freund,
UC Davis

Krylov Subspace-Based Model Order Reduction of Large-Scale RCL Networks

Wil Schilders,
NXP Semiconductors, Eindhoven

The need for novel model order reduction techniques in the electronics industry

Tatjana Stykel,
TU Berlin

Recent advances in balancing-related model reduction of passive circuit equations


You find the timetable here.

List of participants

You find the list of participants here.


Peter Benner, TU Chemnitz
Michael Hinze, University of Hamburg
Jan ter Maten, NXP Semiconductors, Eindhoven


Prof. Dr. Michael Hinze
Universitšt Hamburg, Department Mathematik
Bundesstrasse 55
D-20146 Hamburg
Please mail to syrene (at) math.uni-hamburg.de.

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