Recent Trends in Nonlinear PDEs - Matrix Satellite Workshop
- Blow-up problems
- Free boundary problems
- Mathematical Biology
- Regularity to elliptic and parabolic equations
made spectacular progress in the study of nonlinear elliptic and parabolic partial differential equations. In this two-days workshop, we aim to bring to the fore the key challenges for the future in quantitatively analysing the regularity and their dynamics (blow-up behaviour, traveling waves) of solutions arising from free boundary problems related to problems in Mathematical Biology.
Tentative list of guest speakers of this workshop include:
- Ben Andrews (Canberra)
- Wolfgang Arendt (Ulm)
- Jérome Coville (Avignon)
- Yihong Du (NewEngland)
- Massimo Grossi (Rome)
- Changfeng Gui (San Antonio)
- Petr Gurka (Prague)
- Isabella Ianni (Campania)
- Ki-Ahm Lee (Seoul)
- Robin Neumayer (Northwestern)
- Benedetta Pellacci (Campania)
- Angela Pistoia (Rome)
- Henrik Shahgolian (KTH)
- Yannick Sire (J. Hopkins, Maryland)
- Philippe Souplet (Paris XIII)
- Susanna Terracini (Milano)
The workshop will be held at the University of Sydney. The venue will to be announced.
During this two day workshop, talks from each community are intertwined, serving to highlight salient ideas, proofs and questions, which are important fertile ground for pushing forward research in Australia and world-wide.
The program will be announced 1-2 weeks before the event begins.
The Conference Dinner will be on Wednesday, 1 November 2018, 7pm-9.30pm and held on a River Cruise departing from Circular Quay. If you are interested in attending the conference dinner ($40 per participant), then please include this request in your registration.
An abstracts of each talk will be announced the week before the workshop begins.
Every interested researcher is invited to attend and participate at this event.
Please send an email to Daniel Hauer for registering to the conference.
This event has especially the intention to give PhD students and early career researchers (ECR) the opportunity to meet some of the leading experts in the field of nonlinear partial differential equations. The participation of each ECR at this workshop is warmly welcomed.