Organizing Committee
 David Bailey
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory  Jonathan Borwein
The University of Newcastle  Olga Caprotti
University of Helsinki  Ursula Martin
University of London  Bruno Salvy
INRIA  Michela Taufer
University of Delaware
Abstract
Over the past 25 years, experimental mathematics has developed as an important additional arrow in the mathematical quiver. Many mathematical scientists now use powerful symbolic, numeric and graphic (sometimes abbreviated "SNAG") computing environments in their research, in a remarkable departure from tradition. While these tools collectively are quite effective, challenges remain in numerous areas, including: (a) rapid, highprecision computation of special functions and their derivatives; (b) usercustomizable symbolic computing; (c) graphical computing; (d) dataintensive computing; and (e) largescale computing on parallel and GPU architectures (including algorithm and software design for such systems).
This workshop will convene mathematical and computer scientists who create or exploit these tools, together with computational tool developers and commercial vendors of mathematical software, to exchange approaches and extend the state of the art in the field, both in the design of software and in the usage of this software for serious mathematical research.
Confirmed Speakers & Participants
 Speaker
 Poster Presenter
 Attendee

Dorian Arnold
University of New Mexico

David Bailey
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Michela Becchi
University of Missouri

Abdessamad Ben Hamza
Concordia University

Amber Boehnlein
Stanford University

Folkmar Bornemann
TU München

Jonathan Borwein
The University of Newcastle

Alin Bostan
INRIA

Brian Brennan
Baylor University

Neil Calkin
Clemson University

WeiFan Chiang
University of Utah

Howard Cohl
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Robert Corless
University of Western Ontario

Silvia Crivelli
University of California, Davis

Clint Dawson
University of Texas at Austin

Elise Dedoncker
Western Michigan University

Diego Dominici
SUNY at New Paltz

Ali Eshragh
University of Newcastle

Frank Garvan
University of Florida

Cyndi Garvan
University of Florida

Venu Gopal
Brown University

Ganesh Gopalakrishnan
University of Utah

Lindley Graham
University of Texas at Austin

Matt Knepley
Rice University

Sherry Li
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Steve Linton
University of St. Andrews

Dan Lozier
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Ursula Martin
University of London

Michael Mossinghoff
Davidson College

Chunjae Park
KonKuk University

Veronika Pillwein
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz

Konrad Polthier
Freie Universität Berlin

Sivaguru Ravindran
University of Alabama in Huntsville

Nathalie Revol
INRIA

Sinai Robins
ICERM

Michael Rubinstein
University of Waterloo

Mohammad Sajid
Qassim University

Bruno Salvy
INRIA

B. Saunders
University of Delaware

Joseph Silverman
Brown University

Alexey Solovyev
University of Utah

Armin Straub
University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Matthew Tam
University of Newcastle

Michela Taufer
University of Delaware

Christophe Vignat
tulane university

David Wood
University of Delaware
Workshop Schedule
Monday, July 21, 2014
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Friday, July 25, 2014
Time  Event  Location  Materials 

9:00  10:15  Group meetings  All  
10:15  10:30  Coffee/Tea Break  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
10:30  11:00  Report from Group #1  Group #1 leader  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
11:00  11:30  Report from Group #2  Group #2 leader  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
11:30  12:00  Report from Group #3  Group #3 leader  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
12:00  12:30  Construct outline for report  All; led by David H. Bailey, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UC Davis  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
12:30  2:00  Break for Lunch  
2:00  3:15  Draft workshop report  Group leaders and organizers  
3:15  3:30  Coffee/Tea Break  11th Floor Collaborative Space  
3:30  4:00  Draft workshop report  Group leaders and organizers 