The 10th Euro-Maghrebian Workshop on Evolutions Equations takes place
from 26 to 30 September 2016 at the Heinrich-Fabri Institute in Blaubeuren (near Ulm, Germany)
Since the late 90s the Euro-Maghrebian Workshops on Evolutions Equations have been organized biannually by working groups in Germany, Italy and France, as well as Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. In these conferences we put a special emphasis on mini courses about recent topics in the field. The history of this series of workshops is documented on this webpage.
The dynamical behavior of many systems in science and technology can be described by evolution equations. The fundamental examples such as wave and Schrödinger, reaction-diffusion, and Navier Stokes equations are the mathematical foundation for the modeling of countless problems coming from, e.g., nonlinear optics, chemical reactions, population dynamics, and fluid mechanics. Important topics are the qualitative and longtime behavior of solutions, control and inverse problems, or stochastic equations. Within a functional analytic framework, the methods in the area of evolution equations include PDE techniques, harmonic analysis, operator and spectral theory, and stochastic analysis. This wide range of topics is reflected by the invited speakers of this year's workshop.
Minicourses (each consisting of three lectures)
Thierry Cazenave (Paris)
Mourad Choulli (Metz)
Jürgen Saal (Düsseldorf)
Mourad Bellassoued (Tunis)
Ralph Chill (Dresden)
Yacine Chitour (Paris)
Abdelhadi Es-Sarhir (Agadir)
Simona Fornaro (Pavia)
Otared Kavian (Paris)
Peer Kunstmann (Karlsruhe)
Sylvie Monniaux (Marseille)
Rico Zacher (Ulm)
Moreover, there will the occasion for a number of shorter talks by the participants. Especially young researchers are encouraged to submit an abstract with the registration. The number of participants is limited by the capacity of the Fabri Institute.
We cover local expenses (accommodation and board).
Registration has been closed since the capacity of the Fabri Institute has been reached. Please apply early enough for a visa to enter Germany if you need one, and contact us for invitation letters.
The workshop is funded by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
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