Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Applications

The aim of the minisymposium is to bring together specialists in nonlinear partial equations and their applications in natural sciences. It particularly addresses young scientists in this field. The range of applications includes any branch of science and technology such as solid and fluid mechanics, material science, mathematical biology, and chemistry.

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Mittwoch 25.9.
SR 0.019
10:00Georg Prokert
Well-Posedness for a Moving Boundary Model of an Evaporation Front in a Porous Medium
10:30Birgit Schörkhuber
Threshold for blowup for the supercritical cubic wave equation
11:00Aleksandra ZimmermannRenormalized solutions for a stochastic p-Laplace equation with L¹-initial data
11:30Rico Zacher
Long-time behaviour of non-local in time Fokker-Planck equations via the entropy method
SR 0.019
15:30Maximilian RaucheckerThe Mullins-Sekerka problem with contact angle
16:00Anna GeyerSpectral instability of the peaked periodic wave in the reduced Ostrovsky equations
16:30Calin MartinOn three-dimensional water flows with constant vorticity
17:00Ronald Quirchmayr
The spectral problem associated with the time-periodic NLS
Donnerstag 26.9.
SR 0.019
10:00Anja SchlömerkemperRecent progress in the analysis of the temporal evolution of magnetoviscoelastic materials
10:30Katerina NikAnalysis of a free boundary problem modeling 3D MEMS
11:00Josef Zehetbauer
Analysis of a structured population model