Women in PDEs

18 & 19 June 2018

Mathematical Institute, Oxford

 

The aim of this two-day workshop is to bring together female specialists working on problems involving Partial Differential Equations.

Speakers

Myoungjean Bae (POSTECH) - Detached shock past a blunt body
Helen Byrne (Oxford) - PDEs in Mathematical Biology 
Ye Sle Cha (Free University of Berlin) - Jang type equations for geometric inequalities in General Relativity
Elaine Crooks (Swansea) - Travelling waves in anisotropic smectic C* liquid crystals
Josephine Evans (Cambridge) - Using Harris's theorem to show convergence to equilibrium for kinetic equations
Cristiana de Filippis (Oxford) - Non-uniformly elliptic problems with geometric constraints
Mikaela Iacobelli (Durham) - Recent results on quasineutral limit for Vlasov-Poisson
Susana Gutierrez (Birmingham) - Self-similar solutions of the Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation and related problems
Gabriella Tarantello (Rome) - Elliptic PDE’s of Liouville-type arising from the study of self-dual gauge field vortices
Tabea Tscherpel (Oxford) - Finite element approximation of the flow of incompressible fluids with implicit constitutive law
Ghozlane Yahiaoui (Oxford) - McKean-Vlasov diffusion and the well-posedness of the Hookean bead-spring-chain model for dilute polymeric fluids: small-mass limit and equilibration in momentum space
 
There will be a poster session and you can request to present a poster when registering. The workshop is free and open to all but registration is required. Accommodation isn't provded so you will need to arrange this for yourself.
 

Schedule

Registration is now closed.

Workshop Poster

This workshop forms part of a wider set of conferences, workshops and short courses supported by OxPDE and the CDT in PDEs. 

Organisers

Melanie Rupflin and Qian Wang