Recent advances in discontinuous Galerkin methods

13 June 2016, University of Reading, UK

Organisers: Andrea Moiola, Tristan Pryer. The workshop is supported by the London Mathematical Society.

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Speakers Programme Participants Registration Practical information

Invited speakers:

Programme and abstracts:

The workshop programme, together with the abstracts of talks and posters, can be found here:   
Programme and abstracts (pdf)
PhD and postdoc participants are invited to present a poster.


Paola Antonietti,   Politecnico di Milano
Birzhan Ayanbayev,  University of Reading
Gabriel Barrenechea,  University of Strathclyde
Michal Bosy,  University of Strathclyde
Erik Burman,  University College London
Simon Chandler-Wilde,  University of Reading
Alexandre Ern, CERMICS Paris
Manolis Georgoulis,  University of Leicester and NTU Athens
Andrew Gibbs,  University of Reading
Thomas Gibson,  Imperial College London
James Jackaman,  University of Reading
Georges Kesserwani,  University of Sheffield
Charalambos Makridakis,  University of Sussex
Jonathan Marsh,  University of Nottingham
Sandra May,  ETH Zurich
Karina McCusker,  University of Reading
Andrea Moiola,  University of Reading
Ignacio Muga Urquiza,  Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso
Tristan Pryer,  University of Reading
Frederick Qiu,  City University of Hong Kong
Vahid Reza Hosseini,  Oxford Mississippi
Sarah Roggendorf,  University of Nottingham
Jennifer Ryan,  University of East Anglia
Claire Scheid,  INRIA and Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis
Thomas Wihler,  University of Bern


If you wish to attend, please contact the organisers at by May 2016.
The registration fee is £ 20.
Registration is free for students and postdoctoral researchers within three years of the completion of their PhDs.

Practical information


The workshop will take place in room 113 of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics in the Whiteknights campus of the University of Reading, RG6 6AX.

Instructions to reach the campus and the department can be found at this link and on this map; here is a map of the campus.
Reading is easily reached by train, see, and from Heathrow airport with the RailAir coach service.
Bus service 21 connects Reading central train station (stop EJ) to the campus (stop Whiteknights House).
Alternatively, you can hire a bike from the town centre to the campus with the ReadyBike service for £ 1 per hour; you need to register online at this website.


The scientific programme will start at 10am on Monday 13th June 2016 and will finish by 6pm.
The workshop take place the day before the Mafelap conference at Brunel University (London), which can be reached in one hour by train/bus from Reading (see


The participants who intend to stay in Reading overnight are advised to book the hotel well in advance. We recommend:
The Cedars Hotel (on campus, map here, number 55 on this map)
Hillingdon Prince (15-minute walk)
Great Expectations (25-minute walk)

Wireless access

The workshop venue has wireless access via EduRoam.

Previous workshop

The previous edition of ReaDG ran on 11-12 September 2014, you can find details here.