Workshop on RB Methods (Ulm)
As far as we were able to collect them, below you find the slides from the presentations of the Workshop on Reduced Basis Methods, Ulm, 07.08. December 2010. The speakers are listed in the order of the original time schedule.

Anthony T. Patera (MIT):
Smartphone as Supercomputer Surrogate: InSitu Scientific Simulation. 
Gianluigi Rozza (EPFL Lausanne):
RBM for the simulation and optimization of haemodynamics problems. 
Bernard Haasdonk (University of Stuttgart):
Reduced BasisMethods for Variational Inequalities. Slides will follow. 
Stefan Volkwein (University of Konstanz):
POD Basis Computation for Nonlinear Optimal Control Problems. 
ClemensAugust Thole (Fraunhofer SCAI):
Comparative Mode Analysis for Crash Simulation Results. Mr Thole's slides contained some nonpublic information. Therefore he refers to this article which basically covers his talk on this workshop. 
Kathrin Smetana (University of Münster):
A new problem adapted hierarchical model reduction technique based on reduced basis methods and dimensional splitting. 
Martin Drohmann (University of Münster):
Software concepts for coupled detailed and reduced simulations. 
AnnaLena Gerner (RWTH Aachen):
RB Approximation and Error Estimation for Saddle Point Problems: Application to the Stokes Equations. 
Nadine Jung (TU München):
MOR and Error Estimator for the ParameterDependent Eddy Current Equation. 
Timo Tonn (University of Ulm):
Efficient Approximation of NonAffine Forms within the RBM. 
Bernhard Wieland (University of Ulm):
Reduced Basis Methods for problems with stochastic influences. 
Kristina Steih (University of Ulm):
Reduced Basis Methods for timeperiodic evolution problems.