Nordic numerical linear algebra meeting 2022

The nordic numerical linear algebra workshop 2022 will be held in Espoo (Finland) on 11-12 April 2022, on the main campus of Aalto University.

Participation to the meeting is free of charge.


The workshop is devoted to all aspects of applied and numerical linear algebra, spanning theory, analysis, computation and methods to specific research areas in applications as well as mathematical software. The topics include but are not limited to: linear systems, nonlinear systems, iterative methods, direct methods, eigenvalue problems, matrix functions, structured matrices, least squares problems, tensor methods, matrix equations, graph theory and high performance computing. Specific application areas include but are not restricted to: physical sciences, systems & control, data science, machine learning, biology and statistics.

Invited speakers

  • Yuji Nakatsukasa, University of Oxford, Homepage
  • Valeria Simoncini, University of Bologna, Homepage
  • Nick Vannieuwenhoven, KU Leuven, Homepage

Important dates

  • Conference: April 11-12, 2022, main campus of Aalto University, Espoo, Finland (map)
  • Abstract submission deadline: February 28th, 2022: Online submission of abstracts for talks / posters
  • Acceptance notification: March 7th, 2022
  • Registration deadline: March 14th, 2022: Online conference registration. It is greatly appreciated if you register and submit an abstract at the same point in time. It simplifies conference planning. Participation is free of charge.


Participants are encouraged to find and book hotels themselves. There is a hotel on campus. The campus is connected by metro to Helsinki City center that has plenty of accommodation options for different budgets. The trip takes approximately 20 minutes.

Schedule & Venue

Espoo is the second most populous municipality in Finland, home among other things of Nuuksio National Park, and adjacent to Helsinki which is Finland’s capital city and a popular touristic destination. Aalto University’s main campus is a thriving scientific community, home not only to the University but also to numerous companies, with high-tech start-ups being particularly well represented; it is located in Otaniemi, close to the border between the municipalities of Espoo and Helsinki, and it has in itself some touristic interest as several buildings on campus were designed by the famous Finnish architect Alvar Aalto.

The current covid-related entry rules for Finland can be found here

The detailed program will be published on this website after registration closes.

Organizing committee

Vanni Noferini, Antti Hannukainen, Rolf Stenberg. You may contact any of us by e-mail :


List of currently registered participants :

  • Vanni Noferini, Aalto University
  • Antti Hannukainen, Aalto University
  • Rolf Stenberg, Aalto University


The meeting is sponsored by the Magnus Ehrnrooth foundation.