Oxbridge PDE Conference 2017

Monday 20 March and Tuesday 21 March 2017

L3, Andrew Wiles Building, Oxford

The seventh annual two-day conference held alternately in Oxford and Cambridge, focusing on analysis and PDE.

Speakers:

Giacomo Canevari (Oxford) - Topological defects in nematic shells: a discrete-to-continuum analysis

Daniel Coutand (Heriot-Watt) - Finite time singularity formation for Euler interface problems

Mikaela Iacobelli (Cambridge) - Quantization of measures: a gradient flow approach

Angkana Ruland (Oxford) - (Higher) Regularity for the Thin Obstacle Problem

Melanie Rupflin (Oxford) - Flowing to solutions of the Plateau problem

Ben Sharp (Warwick) - Estimates on the first Betti number of closed and free-boundary minimal hypersurfaces in positively curved manifolds

David Stuart (Cambridge)  - From relativistic quantum field theory to the Schrodinger equation

Ariane Trescases (Cambridge) - Cross-diffusion and competitive interaction in Population dynamics

With student talks from Jo Evans (Cambridge), Franz Gmeineder (Oxford), Fritz Hiesmayr (Cambridge) and HC Pang (Oxford).

Registration is now closed.

 

Organisers:

Gui-Qiang Chen (Oxford)

Clément Mouhot (Cambridge)

Neshan Wickramasekera (Cambridge)