Tensorized Krylov subspace methods: Algorithms, analysis, and applications

Prof. Daniel Kresnner (EPF Lausanne)

Frank Adams Room 1,

Tensorized Krylov subspace methods are a versatile tool in numerical linear algebra for addressing large-scale applications that involve tensor product structure. This includes the discretization of high-dimensional PDEs, the solution of linear matrix equations, as well as low-rank updates and Frechet derivatives for matrix functions. This talk gives an overview of such methods, discusses their theoretical properties, and highlights applications.

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