National OxPDE-Sponsored Events


Recent Developments and Challenges in Interface and Free Boundary Problems
25 - 28 March 2014, University of Warwick
Recent Trends in Nonlinear PDE and Calculus of Variations

12 - 14 February 2014, University of Reading




Recent Trends in Classical and Complex Fluids
5 - 7 September 2013, University of Sussex

Modern Nonliear PDE Methods in Fluids

8 - 12 July 2013, Reading University


Differential Geometry and Continuum Mechanics

17-21 June 2013, ICMS Edinburgh


Nonlinear Analysis of Continuum Theories: Statics and Dynamics

8 - 12 April 2013, Mathematical Institute, Oxford


Stochastic Methods & Nonlinear PdEs

5-7 September 2012, Cardiff 

Fourth South West Winter School

5 - 6 January 2012,  University of Warwick



Royal Society International Scientific Seminar: Entropy and Convexity for Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations

16-17 June 2011, Kavli Royal Society International Centre

Closed meeting, invitation only.

Equadiff 2011

1-5 August 2011, Loughborough University

The Equadiff is a series of biannual European conferences on theoretical aspects of differential equations held in rotation in Eastern and Western Europe. Recent locations in the Western series include Berlin (1999), Hasselt (2003) and Vienna (2007), all of which attracted in excess of 400 participants.

We are very pleased to announce that the next Western series Equadiff will be held at Loughborough University in the heart of England from 1-5 August 2011. It will be the first time that the meeting has taken place in the United Kingdom.

Summer School 2011: Analytic Methods in PDEs

12-16 September 2011, University of Surrey

This summer school is aimed primarily at PhD students but is also open to postdoctoral fellows and others with interests in partial differential equations. The course will aim to give the participants a background on various techniques commonly employed in the study of partial differential equations arising in applied problems.

Hyperbolic Conservation Laws and Related Analysis with Applications

19-23 September 2011, ICMS Edinburgh

Discussing fundamental mathematical problems in nonlinear hyperbolic conservation laws arising in fluid mechanics, elasticity and relativity, including questions of existence, uniqueness, regularity, formation of singularities, and symptotic behaviour of solutions, this workshop presents an outstanding opportunity for mathematicians in the field to meet and survey recent analytical and numerical advances and to identify phenomena and theories likely to be important for future developments in the field.

Closed meeting, invitation only