Senior Scientist, Professor & Department Head
CLAYTON G. WEBSTER, Ph.D.
I serve on the editorial board of some excellent journals. Please feel free to contact me directly if you wish to submit manuscripts to any of these journals or have general questions about scope of the journals.
SIAM Publishing, USA
The SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis contains research articles on the development and analysis of numerical methods. Topics include the rigorous study of convergence of algorithms, their accuracy, their stability, and their computational complexity. Also included are results in mathematical analysis that contribute to algorithm analysis, and computational results that demonstrate algorithm behavior and applicability.
SIAM Publishing, USA
The SIAM/ASA Journal on Uncertainty Quantification publishes research articles presenting significant mathematical, statistical, algorithmic, and application advances in uncertainty quantification and related fields such as sensitivity analysis, model validation, model calibration, data assimilation, and code verification. The journal also solicits papers describing new ideas that could lead to significant progress in methodology for uncertainty quantification as well as review articles on particular aspects. The journal is dedicated to nurturing synergistic interactions between the mathematical, statistical, computational, and applications communities involved in uncertainty quantification and related areas.
Begell House, USA
The International Journal for Uncertainty Quantification disseminates information of permanent interest in the areas of analysis, modeling, design and control of complex systems in the presence of uncertainty. The journal seeks to emphasize methods that cross stochastic analysis, statistical modeling and scientific computing. Systems of interest are governed by differential equations possibly with multiscale features. Topics of particular interest include representation of uncertainty, propagation of uncertainty across scales, resolving the curse of dimensionality, long-time integration for stochastic PDEs, data-driven approaches for constructing stochastic models, validation, verification and uncertainty quantification for predictive computational science, and visualization of uncertainty in high-dimensional spaces.
Taylor and Francis, USA
The International Journal for Computer Mathematics publishes original research work in the fields of numerical analysis and computational mathematics with significant applications to sciences and engineering.
Papers that study novel theory, analysis and applications of innovative numerical techniques are sought. Papers with rigorous explorations of computational mathematics problems are welcome. Topics considered include, but are not limited to, the latest issues in multiscale modeling, quantum computation, uncertainty quantification, stochastic differential equations, novel applications in modern industries and highly effective algorithms for computational finance and systems biology.
Guest Editor: Together with Dr. Pavel Bochev, and Profs. Qiang Du and Steven L. Hou, we are overseeing the special issue entitled "Advances in Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics." The special issue will feature original work by leading researchers in numerical analysis, mathematical modeling and computational science. Guest editors will select and invite the contributions. The papers will undergo rigorous peer review process managed by the guest editors and supervised by the journal's Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Demkowicz.
Drs. Clayton Webster and Guannan Zhang, together with Profs. Wolfgang Dahmen (RWTH Aachen), Ron DeVore (TAMU), Qiang Du, Max Gunzbugrer (FSU), and Nicholas Zabaras (Warwick) awarded $3.5M by the DOD (DARPA) for the project FORMULATE.
Profs. Qiang Du, Steve Hou, Pavel Bochev, and Clayton Webster named Guest Editors for the Special Issue
of Computer & Mathematics with Applications, honoring the 70th birthday of Prof. Max Gunzburger.
Congratulations to Prof. Max Gunzburger, who was awarded the prestigious Lawton Distinguish Professor.
Co-organizers Profs. Qiang Du, Steve Hou, Pavel Bochev, and Clayton Webster announced that the Workshop on Advances in Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics (ASCAM15) will be held at the Stratosphere Hotel in Las Vegas, NV, October 9-12.
Profs. Peter Binev Wolfgang Dahmen, Ron DeVore, and Max Gunzburger visited Dr. Webster March 8-12.
Dr. Duncan and Dr. Webster welcome their beautiful angel, Quinn Elise Webster on January 25th, 2015!!!
Dr. Webster was elected as Program Director of the SIAM Activity Group on Uncertainty Quantification.
Magazine article "Computational tool lowers cost, improves exploration accuracy," describes our latest work.
Profs. Jim Berger, Fabio Nobile and Clayton Webster were named Co-Chairs of the SIAM UQ16 Conference.
Drs. Archibald (PI) and Webster (co-PI) were awarded $2M by the DOE (ASCR) for the project entitled ACUMEN.
Upcoming talks & travel
July, 2015: USNCCM13, San Diego
Dr. Webster will present an invited talk at the USACM's 13th U.S. National Congress for Computational Mechanics.
August, 2015: ICIAM 2015, Beijing, China
Dr. Webster will attend part of the ICIAM 2015 meeting and and present an invited talk.
August, 2015: AFOSR Math Review, Washington, DC
Dr. Webster will present an invited talk at the AFOSR Computational Math Annual PI Meeting.
August, 2015: Jeju Island, South Korea
Dr. Webster will present an invited talk at the workshop on "Computational Mathematics and Scientific Computing," in honor of Prof. Gunzburger's 70th birthday.
September, 2015: The 6th HDA, Bonn, Germany
Dr. Webster will present an invited talk at the 6th workshop on "High-Dimensional Approximation," at
the University of Bonn.
September, 2015: ASCAM15, Las Vegas, NV
Dr. Webster is a co-organizer of the ASCAM15 workskop and will present an invited talk.
December 2015: BIRS Workshop, Banff, Canada
Dr. Webster will attend and speak at Banff International Research Station workshop entitled "Approximation of high-dimensional numerical problems."
April, 2016: SIAM UQ16, Lusanne, Switzerland
Dr. Webster is Co-Chairing the SIAM Conference of UQ and will present several invited talks.
May, 2016: VIU, San Servolo Island, Venice, Italy
Dr. Webster is giving an invited talk at the "Challenges in high dimensional analysis and computation."
Computational & Applied Mathematics
Oak Ridge National Lab
One Bethel Valley Road
P.O. Box 2008, MS-6164
Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6164
Department of Mathematics
The University of Tennessee
227 Ayres Hall
1403 Circle Drive
Knoxville, TN 37996-1320
Clayton G. Webster, 2015