Workshop 1: Randomness and Partial Differential Equations

###List of (confirmed) speakers

Cédric Bernardin, ÉNS Lyon
Arnaud Debussche, ENS Bretagne et IRMAR
Arnaud Guillin, Université de Clermont-Ferrand
Tony Lelièvre, ÉNPC-Paris Est
Jan Maas, University of Bonn
Laurent Miclo, Université of Toulouse
Yann Ollivier, Université Paris-Sud
Grigorios Pavliotis, Imperial College Londres
Laurent Thomann, Université de Nantes
Vincent Vargas, Université Paris Dauphine

Dates: Monday 15 to Wednesday 17 April 2013 Location: [Nantes](/content/sem2013-plan-nantes) Contact: [Ph. Carmona][100], [F. Hérau][200]


This meeting aims at highlighting some fruitful interactions between probability theory and EDP theory. We shall see how the non-reversibility allows to accelerate the convergence to equilibrium (hypocoercivity) for kinetic equations and their discrete analogs, or how to choose a random initial condition can help to prove existence of dispersive PDE with a very irregular initial condition, and also what we can rigorously prove asymptotic for Hamiltonian systems subjected to stochastic disturbances.

Practical informations

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The workshop will happen from Monday 15th of April (13H00) to Wednesday 17th of April (14H00)

Registration for this meeting is closed.