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Rennes, from May 26th to May 29th
Organization board: Anaïs Crestetto, Mohammed Lemou, Florian Méhats
Kinetic theory is an important field of research that focuses the efforts of re-known
international groups coming from various scientific communities. Signifiant advances
has been achieved in the last decades,
covering mathematical, computational and modeling aspects, but many challenging
problems still remain unsolved in this area.
Application fields of kinetic theory are numerous: gases dynamics, plasmas
and fusion problems, astrophysics and celestial dynamics, population
dynamics, biology and cellular activity, socioeconomics and finance, etc.
From the modeling point of view, the kinetic models can be thought as
intermediate descriptions between fluid models (often
insufficient) and particles models (too costly for a practical use).
Kinetic systems are in general described by a distribution function
depending on time and space but also on additional variables (velocity,
character, size, etc). Most of the known kinetic models are given by equations of
Boltzmann type, that may be coupled to Maxwell equations. The complexity
of these models and the diversity of their structures provide a huge and
extremely rich area of research for mathematical analysis, modeling and
This workshop aims to present recent developments of mathematical research
on the understanding of kinetic models. It will be an opportunity to bring
together internationally re-known researchers and young researchers in this domain,
in order to
exchange the different point of views and to promote the emergence of innovative ideas.
Several questions will be investigated, including: large time behavior of
kinetic equations, formal and rigorous links with N-particles systems, the
development of numerical strategies that are suitable for computer simulations, as
well as important modeling aspects in various application fields. Open problems will be
discussed as well as new applications and research directions.
Marc Briant (Brown University)
Kleber Carrapatoso (ENS Cachan)
Frédérique Charles (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris 6)
Young-Pil Choi (Imperial College London)
Esther Daus (Vienna University of Technology)
Pierre Degond (Imperial College London)
Laurent Desvilllettes (ENS Cachan)
Amit Einav (University of Cambridge)
Irene M. Gamba (University of Texas at Austin)
François Golse (Ecole Polytechnique)
Thierry Goudon (INRIA Sophia-Antipolis)
Maxime Hauray (Université d'Aix-Marseille)
Slim Ibrahim (University of Victoria)
Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin (University of Maryland)
Antoine Mellet (University of Maryland)
Sara Merino Aceituno (University of Cambridge)
Evelyne Miot (Université Paris-Sud 11)
Stéphane Mischler (Université Paris-Dauphine)
Sébastien Motsch (Arizona State University)
Benoît Perthame (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris 6)
Thomas Rey (Université Lille 1)
Samir Salem (Aix-Marseille Université)
Maja Taskovic (The University of Texas at Austin)
Scientific board: Nalini Anantharaman, Dario Bambusi, Nicolas Burq, Piero D’Ancona, Nils Dencker, Isabelle Gallagher, David Lannes, Gilles Lebeau, Laure Saint-Raymond, Luis Vega
The Journées EDP were created in the seventies and have been organized
every year since. They have taken place in Saint-Jean-de-Monts, Forges-Les- Eaux,
Evian and Biarritz before being currently organized in Roscoff. The topic of
the conference is analysis of partial differential equations in a very broad
sense: theoretical progress in PDE theory, interactions with other mathematical
fields (probability, harmonic analysis, Riemannian geometry...), and interactions
with other sciences (fluid mechanics, quantum mechanics, optics, acoustics,
The conference consists of one mini-course on recent deep results in the field
of partial differential equations, and of a series of talks given both by world leading
experts and young researchers.
The proceedings of the previous Journées EDP are freely available
online on the CEDRAM website.
Registration is now closed. The scientific program will start on
Monday June 1st at around 4pm and end on Friday June 5th at noon.
Mini-course (6 hours)
László Székelyhidi (University of Leipzig)
The $h$-principle in fluid dynamics: non-uniqueness and anomalous dissipation
Diogo Arsenio (CNRS & University Paris Diderot)
Anne-Laure Dalibard (University Pierre and Marie Curie)
Cécile Huneau (École Normale Supérieure)
Herbert Koch (University of Bonn)
Renato Luca (Instituto de Ciencias Matematicas)
Rafe Mazzeo (Stanford University)
Jean-Marie Mirebeau (CNRS & University Paris Dauphine)
José Luis Rodrigo (University of Warwick)
Luis Miguel Rodrigues (University Lyon 1)
Christopher Sogge (Johns Hopkins University)
Henrik Ueberschär (University Lille 1)
Mark Williams (University of North Carolina)
Summer schools - Gravity driven flows and environmental risks
Scientific board: Christophe Ancey, François Bouchut, Frédéric Coquel, Stéphane Cordier, Josselin Garnier, Sebastian Noelle, Randall J. LeVeque, Carlos Pares, Jacques Sainte-Marie, Stéphane Zaleski
The prevention of natural risks, the management of water resources and the impact of flows on structures and grounds are essential socio-economics questions nowadays.
The modeling and the development of reliable and efficient numerical methods is mandatory to understand such problems.
The interdisciplinary GdR EGRIN aims to gather researchers around these topics in order to enforce collaborations.
This meeting is the third EGRIN school. Informations about the GdR and previous editions are available here.
David GÉRARD-VARET, Université Paris Diderot, ANALYSIS OF ROUGH BOUNDARIES EFFECTS IN FLUID MECHANICS
Nicolas MANGOLD, CNRS & Université de Nantes, GRAVITY DRIVEN FLOWS ON PLANETS: PROCESS DIVERSITY AND FORMATION CONDITIONS
Pierre SARAMITO, CNRS & Université de Grenoble, NUMERICAL ALGORITHMS IN VISCOPLASTIC FLUIDS: FROM 3D TO THIN LAYERS
A call for contributions will be launched in March 2015.
A workshop will be held from Mon. June 15th. to Fri. June 19th, 2015, in the island of Houat, Brittany, France. The workshop is devoted to classical and recent developments in Gromov's h-principle, especially for the construction of geometric structures on manifolds. It intends to allow young searchers and students in the domain to meet with confirmed searchers.
Speakers: Strom Borman (IAS Princeton), Jonathan Bowden (Ludwig-Maximillians U, Munich), Roger Casals (ICMAT Madrid), Yasha Eliashberg (U Stanford), Emmanuel Giroux (ENS Lyon), Guogang Liu (U Nantes), Emmy Murphy (MIT), Klaus Niederkrüger (U Toulouse 3), Emmanuel Opshtein (U Strasbourg), Francisco Presas (ICMAT Madrid), Jasna Prezelj (U Koper), Thomas Vogel (Ludwig-Maximillians U, Munich)
This summer school will take place at the Faculté des Sciences et Techniques, Université de Nantes, from June, 22nd to July, 3rd, 2015. The organization committee is the following : Erwan Faou, Benoît Grébert, Eric Paturel
Presentation of the field
If normal forms were initially used in a finite dimensional setting, for a better understanding of the long time behavior of dynamical systems, their extension to partial differential equations, especially in the nonlinear case, have led to important progresses during this last decade. More than useful tools, they put in light some characteristic phenomena in complex situations where nonlinearity play a fondamental rôle. The aim of this summer school is to show their great adaptability in various fields (Hamiltonian PDEs, fluid mechanics, numerical analysis), and to explain how it works, in a manner accessible to starting researchers.
Since our summer school is largely devoted to young researchers, we will provide a important number of financial supports. If you asked for a financial support, normally the answer has been sent to you. This support concerns the accomodation during the Summer School (from Sunday evening, June 21st) and the meals (from Monday to Friday, for the two weeks).
Dario Bambusi (University of Milan)
Hakan Eliasson (University Paris 7)
Isabelle Gallagher (University Paris-Diderot)
Nader Masmoudi (Courant Institute)
Pierre Raphaël (University of Nice)
Nikolay Tzvetkov (University of Cergy-Pontoise)
Luis Vega (Bilbao University)
These lectures take place during all 2 weeks!
Valeria Banica (Evry University)
Massimiliano Berti (SISSA Trieste)
Rémi Carles (CNRS - University of Montpellier)
Patrick Gérard (University Paris-Sud)
Zaher Hani (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Thomas Kappeler (University of Zürich)
Evelyne Miot (Ecole Polytechnique)
Tadahiro Oh (University of Edinburgh)
Daniel Peralta-Salas (ICMAT Madrid)
Michela Procesi (University Rome - La Sapienza)
Frédéric Rousset (University Paris-Sud)
Nicolà Visciglia (University of Pisa)
Xiaoping Yuan (Fudan University)
Workshop - Multiscale numerical methods for differential equations
Organization board: Benjamin Boutin, Philippe Chartier, Nicolas Crouseilles
Many mathematical models are concerned with physical phenomena occuring at various scales. An efficient numerical solution of such problems requires a specific approach : the severe constraint implied by the smallest scale present in the system would otherwise lead to a prohibitive computational cost. This type of problems appears in various applications such as plasma fusion, multi-fluids flows, or phases transitions.
The mathematical analysis of these methods and of their extension
to similar situations represent a very active domain of research nowadays.
In particular, an important challenge consists in mimicking at the discrete level
certain inherent qualitative properties of the continuous model, such as the
preservation of invariants for instance, or the symplecticity of the system.
In this spirit, numerous works have been successly undertaken within the
framework of Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs) and have led to the
development of efficient numerical techniques. However, their extension
to Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) remains incomplete. One of the main
objective of this workshop is thus to facilitate the emergence of new ideas
and synergies at the frontier of two domains (ODEs and PDEs).
Assyr Abdulle (EPFL)
Alina Chertock (North Carolina State University)
Francis Filbet (Université de Lyon I)
Martin Gander (Université de Genève)
Ludwig Gauckler (TU Berlin)
Ernst Hairer (Université de Genève)
Shi Jin (University of Wisconsin)
Pauline Lafitte (Ecole Centrale, Paris)
Siddhartha Mishra (ETH Zürich)
Siegfried Müller (Aachen University)
Alexander Ostermann (University of Innsbruck)
Jesus Maria Sanz-Serna (Universidad de Valladolid)
Chi-Wang Shu (Brown University)
Eric Sonnendrücker (IPP Munchen)
Rodolphe Turpault (Université de Bordeaux I)
This summer school will be mainly devoted to three courses by Ivan Corwin and Martin Hairer on Khardar-Parisi-Zhang (KPZ) equation and Peter Friz on rough paths. Several others talks will present the most recent advances on these topics.
Guiding principle in the courses will be to present the theory of rough paths and recent work by Martin Hairer who managed to solve rigorously the KPZ equation using this theory among other ones. In conjunction with recent breakthroughs on the exact statistics of the KPZ equation (the topic of Ivan Corwin's mini-course), these results will likely validate a number of predictions in the physics literature in which this equation is often seen as a universal limit. The method developed by Martin Hairer will also allow progresses on other very singular equations.
The registration is closed. If you already registered, click
here to access the payment form. The speakers of this event are exempted from this registration.