Numerical Analysis of Galerkin ROMs seminar series

Goals and objectives

NA G-ROMs seminar series
The main purpose of the Numerical Analysis of Galerkin ROMs (NA G-ROMs) seminar series is to serve as a forum for the Galerkin and Petrov-Galerkin reduced order model (G-ROM) community to exchange their views on both the achievements and the “nagging” open problems in the numerical analysis of G-ROMs, e.g., proper orthogonal decomposition (POD), reduced basis method (RBM), and related techniques.
The NA G-ROMs seminar series aims at fostering the exchange of ideas among the G-ROM community members who are genuinely interested in the development of the mathematical foundations of G-ROMs and, in particular, bringing the G-ROM numerical analysis to a level comparable to that of classical numerical methods, e.g., the finite element method.
Furthermore, the NA G-ROMs seminar series aims at leveraging new mathematical results to develop the next generation of G-ROMs for industrial, geophysical, and biomedical applications.
Students and postdocs, as well as researchers from related fields (e.g., finite element and spectral methods) are especially encouraged to participate.

How to participate


The seminar series is organized within:

  • the ARIA project, a H2020-MSCA-RISE-2019 project financed by the European Commission under the Grant Agreement No 872442,

  • the ROMEU project, a PRIN 2022 PNRR project financed by the European Union under Next Generation EU.

We further acknowledge our institutions: