In order to guarantee a spot in the program, each speaker is asked to submit an abstract, in plain text or LaTeX form, on the Abstract Submission web page. The abstract must not exceed 1000 words or two pages.

We will provide a collection of abstracts to the participants at the time of the conference. It will include the abstracts together with a schedule and important notices. This should make it easier to select which lectures and special sessions to attend.

Abstracts will only be accepted from the intended speaker. In the list of papers that we will eventually post, we will include the name of the person who submitted the abstract as the speaker along with a link to the email address used in the submission.

Expanded abstracts, preferably in PDF form, can be as long as you want; submit them to the MGNet Virtual Proceedings.


Student papers are due January 18, 2010. They should be submitted as a PDF format attachment in an email message to Students whose papers are accepted will be asked to submit abstracts in due time. At the time of submission, please include in your email a statement identifying the paper as a Student Paper. For more information see Student Paper Competition.


For submission of a paper to the MGNet Virtual Proceedings: Instead of having to cram your paper into a few pages, you have as many pages as you wish, preferably in an easy to read font. Please submit a PostScript file using the directions for a MGNet preprint submission to MGNet Then send e-mail with a message that you submitted a pre-proceedings paper.

MGNet Virtual Proceedings. Currently Available are the Virtual Proceedings of the 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001 2003 and 2005 conferences on Multigrid Methods, as well as the 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, and 2004, conferences on Iterative Methods.

Please note that there will be no multiple volume set of papers to take home from Copper Mountain, so you are advised to access these proceedings before you attend.

The conference and its participants are indebted to Craig Douglas of the University of Wyoming for his service in support of the Virtual Proceedings and MGNet.