ABSTRACT

The conference will focus on modern perspectives of time-dependent problems, the development of high-resolution
algorithms, and the interplay between analytical and computational theories with applications to shock waves, kinetic
transport, incompressible flows, image processing and models for self-organized dynamics.
 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Alina Chertock, North Carolina State University
Ron DeVore, Texas A&M University
Alexander Kurganov, Tulane University
Doron Levy, University of Maryland
Hailiang Liu, Iowa State University

INVITED SPEAKERS

Saul Abarbanel, Tel-Aviv University    ................................The role of "pseudo-plane-waves" in advected acoustics under non-uniform conditions
Claude Bardos, University of Paris 7    ..............................Asymptotic behavior and scattering for solutions of the Boltzmann equation near global Maxwellian
José Carrillo, Imperial College London    ........................Macroscopic and kinetic equations with repulsion-attraction mechanisms: a review
Tony Chan, The Hong Kong University of Science & TechnologyImage denoising using mean curvature of image surface
Gui-Qiang Chen, University of Oxford    ..............................Multidimensional shock waves and free boundary problems
Alexandre Chorin, University of California-BerkeleyComputing with uncertainty
Albert Cohen, Université Pierre et Marie Curie    ........Estimating the n-width of solution manifolds of parametric PDE’s
Peter Constantin, Princeton University    ..........................Lagrangian goodies: analyticity and uniqueness
Pierre Degond, Imperial College London    ..........................Interplay between kinetic theory and game theory
Bjorn Engquist, The University of Texas at Austin    ....Wasserstein metric and Texas oil
Irene Gamba, University of Texas at Austin    ..................Convergence rates for the Boltzmann equation for Coulombic interactions to Landau equation: analysis and simulations
François Golse, Ecole Polytechnique-Paris    ..................A derivation of models for spray flows
Thomas Hou, California Institute of Technology    ..........Recent progress on the search of 3D Euler singularities
Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin, University of Maryland    ............Regularity estimates for transport equations through "dual norms"
Shi Jin, University of Wisconsin-Madison    ......................Semiclassical computational methods for quantum dynamics with band-crossing
Peter Lax, New York University    ..........................................John von Neumann: The Early Years, The Years at Los Alamos and the Road to Computing
C. Dave Levermore, University of Maryland    ....................Global Maxwellians over all space and their relation to conserved quantities of classical kinetic equations
Pierre-Louis Lions, Collège de France    ..........................On mean field games
Jian-Guo Liu, Duke University    ............................................An analysis of merging-splitting group dynamics by Bernstein function theory
Helena Lopes, Universidade Federal do Rio de JaneiroBoundary correctors and energy estimates for the boundary layer problem
Andrew Majda, New York University    ....................................Applied math perspectives on stochastic climate models
Siddhartha Mishra, ETH Zurich    ............................................Entropy and efficient numerical schemes for conservation laws
Stanley Osher, University of California-Los AngelesWhat sparsity and L1 optimization can do for you
Chi-Wang Shu, Brown University    ..........................................Positivity-preserving high order schemes for convection dominated equations
Joel Smoller, University of Michigan    ..............................Existence of magnetic compressible fluid stars
Endre Süli, University of Oxford    ....................................Existence of global weak solutions to Navier-Stokes-Fokker-Planck systems
Tao Tang, Hong Kong Baptist University    ..........................Hermite spectral methods and discrete least square projection with random evaluations
Blake Temple, University of California-Davis    ..............A wave mechanism for the anomalous acceleration without dark energy
Edriss Titi, The Weizmann Institute and Texas A&M    ....Finite number of determining parameters for the Navier-Stokes equations with applications into feedback control and data assimilation
Athanasios Tzavaras, University of Crete    ......................The relative entropy method in hyperbolic and diffusive systems

FUNDING

Limited support for researchers in the early stages of their career is available. Applications for support must be submitted in the registration by February 14, 2014.

INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS

Conference Location

Hyatt Regency, Bethesda, MD
One Bethesda Metro Center (7400 Wisconsin Ave)
Bethesda, Maryland, USA, 20814
Tel: +1 301 657 1234
Additional Hotels within walking distance:

CONFERENCE DINNER

DATE: Wednesday, April 30th: 6:30pm Cocktails, 7:15pm Dinner
LOCATION: La Ferme, 7101 Brookville Rd, Chevy Chase, MD
RSVP and registration for dinner has closed.

Transportation will be provided to and from the Conference Hotel.
The chartered buses will depart promptly at 6:00pm from the front of the Hyatt Regancy.

CONTACT

Ctr for Scientific Computation & Math. Modeling, UMd (CSCAMM,UMd)
4146 CSIC, Bldg 406, Paint Branch Drive
University of Maryland
College Park, MD

Email: tn60@cscamm.umd.edu
Web: http://www.ki-net.umd.edu/activities/tn60

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

This conference is sponsored by:

NFS  ONR  AROKI-Net OVPR
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