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EPSRC Symposium Workshop on New directions in computational partial differential equations

Monday 12 - Friday 16 January 2009

Organisers: John Barrett (Imperial College), Charlie Elliott (Warwick) Chris Schwab (E.T.H.), Endre Süli (Oxford)

Abstracts of talks

All talks will be in Lecture Room B3.02, Mathematics Institute, Zeeman Building

Monday 12 January 2009

  • 09:00 Registration in the Mathematics Research Centre Room B1.37
  • 11:30 E. Cances (INRIA) PDEs and electronic structure calculations
  • 12:30 Lunch in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 14:00 K. Deckelnick (Magdeburg) Approximation of axisymmetric solutions of Willmore flow under Dirichlet boundary conditions
  • 15:00 Tea in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 15:45 A. Szepessy (Stockholm) Stochastic molecular dynamics derived from the time-independent Schrödinger Equation
  • 16:30 M. Rumpf (Bonn) Natural discretization of gradient flows - Applications to viscous thin films and Willmore flow
  • 17:15 C-B. Schoenlieb (Cambridge) Fourth-order PDEs for image restoration
  • 18:00 Wine & Snacks in Common room

Tuesday 13 January 2009

  • 09:30 B. Stinner (Warwick) Elastic biomembranes involving lipid separation
  • 10:15 Coffee in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 11:00 J. Lowengrub (Irvine) Multiscale models of solid tumour growth and angiogenesis
  • 11:45 Short talks
  • 12:30 Lunch in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 13:30 Discussion
  • 15:15 Tea in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 16:00 R. Nurnberg (Imperial) Numerical approximation of gradient flows for curve networks and surface clusters
  • 16:45 R.H. Nochetto (Maryland) AFEM for geometric biomembranes and fluid-membrane interaction

Wednesday 14 January 2009

  • 09:30 K. Kunisch (Graz) Semi-smooth Newton methods for optimal control of variational inequalities
  • 10:15 Coffee in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 11:00 M. Hintermueller (Berlin) Recent advances in optimal control of variational inequalities
  • 11:45 M. Hinze (Hamburg) Optimization with PDEs in the presence of constraints - tailored discrete concepts and error analysis
  • 12:45 Lunch in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 14:30 A. Kunoth (Paderborn) Space-time adaptive wavelet methods for control problems constrained by parbolic PDEs
  • 15:15 Tea in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 16:00 M. Luskin (Minnesota) Mathematical foundations for predictive and efficient quasicontinuum methods
  • 16:45 Short Talks

Thursday 15 January 2009

  • 09:30 S. Ganesan (Imperial) An accurate finite element solution of interface flows with surfactants
  • 10:15 Coffee in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 11:00 I. Graham (Bath) Multiscale finite elements for high-contrast elliptic interface problems
  • 11:45 A. Prohl (Tübingen) Fabrication of aluminium – modeling, analysis, and numerics
  • 12:45 Lunch
  • 14:30 O. Lakkis (Sussex) Error control via elliptic reconstruction in some evolution equations (PDF Document) pdf of abstract
  • 15:15 Tea in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • Change of Lecture Room to MS.01 16:15 A. Quarteroni (Milan) Domain decomposition methods and partial differential equations
  • Evening Workshop Dinner in Kenilworth

Friday 16 January 2009

  • 09:30 C. Ortner (Oxford) Analysis of quasicontinuum methods
  • 10:15 Coffee in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 11:00 A. Voigt (Dresden) PDE's on surfaces - a diffuse interface approach
  • 11:45 E. Zuazua (Madrid) Dispersive methods for linear and nonlinear Schrödinger equations
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:30 Closing Discussion
  • 15:20 Tea in the Mathematics Institute Common Room
  • 16:00 Departmental Colloquium A. Quarteroni (Milan) Mathematical modelling and the Galileo legacy
  • 17:15 Wine & Cheese in Common room

 

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See also:
Mathematics Research Centre
Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research at Warwick (MIR@W)
Past Events 
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