UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGEIsaac Newton Institute for Mathematical SciencesDirector: Sir John Kingman FRS20 Clarkson Road, Cambridge, CB3 0EH, U.K.Telephone: (1223) 335999 Fax: (1223) 330508 e-mail: info@newton.cam.ac.uk |

*SEMINAR LIST** *

(for period 28/07/2002 to 12/07/2003)

11.00-11.45 J Sullivan (Illinois)
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Workshop: Surface Evolver Extravaganza
Computing optimal geometry with the Evolver
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11.45-12.15 G Bradley (TCHPC Dublin)
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Workshop: Surface Evolver Extravaganza
Instabilities of drops
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12.15-12.30 A Mackay (University of London)
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Workshop: Surface Evolver Extravaganza
Periodic minimal surfaces
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14.00-14.45 A Kraynik (Sandia)
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Workshop: Surface Evolver Extravaganza
Brakke meets Matzke: Random 3D foams
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14.45-15.15 F Graner, S Cox (Grenoble & CNRS, Trinity College Dublin)
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Workshop: Surface Evolver Extravaganza
Minimal perimeter problems
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16.00-17.00 K Brakke (Susquehanna)
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Workshop: Surface Evolver Extravaganza
Kelvin partitions and stability
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11.15-11.45 JM Sullivan (Illinois)
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Open problems in soap bubble geometry | |

12.00-12.30 J Taylor (Rutgers)
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Rotating crystals in foam | |

15.45-16.30 J Taylor (Rutgers)
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Practical techniques for demonstrating soap film phenomena | |

11.15-11.45 S Hyde (ANU)
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2D tilings and 3D Euclidean patterns | |

11.45-12.15 A Cebers (Latvia)
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Experiments with ferrofluids | |

11.15-11.45 T Hales (Pittsburgh)
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Honeycombs | |

11.45-12.15 RB Kusner (Massachusetts)
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Forces in foams | |

11.30-12.30 S Janson (Uppsala)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Estimates for large deviations of sums of dependent variables
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14.00-15.00 C Smyth (IAS, Princeton)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Reimer's inequality and a conjecture of Tardos
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14.15-14.50 S Hilgenfeldt (Twente)
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Minkowski | |

14.50-15.25 C Oguey (Cergy)
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Deformations of minimal surfaces | |

16.00-17.00 M Jerrum (Edinburgh)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Mixing time and its relation to other Markov chain parameters
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16.00-17.00 T Hales (Pittsburgh)
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Connections between sphere packings and honeycombs | |

10.00-11.00 R Kannan (Yale)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Blocking Conductance --- an improved measure of convergence
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11.15-11.45 S Hilgenfeldt (Twente)
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3D coarsening | |

11.30-12.30 C Greenhill (Melbourne)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
The differential equations method
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11.45-12.15 A Kraynik (Sandia Labs)
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The cross-over in 3D coarsening | |

14.00-15.00 A Barvinok (Michigan)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
The distribution of values in the quadratic assignment problem
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16.00-17.00 C Cooper (Goldsmiths)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
The cover time of sparse random graphs G_{n,p,} p=c log n,
c>1, and related problems
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10.00-11.00 A Holroyd (Univ. of California at Los Angeles)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Two-dimensional bootstrap percolation
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11.15-11.45 F Graner (Grenoble)
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Strain in foams and disordered patterns | |

11.30-12.30 M Safra (Tel Aviv)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Noise - insensitive Boolean - functions are juntas
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11.45-12.15 JA Glazier (Notre Dame)
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Experiments on 2D flowing foams | |

14.00-15.00 RLB Delannay, G Schliecker (GMCM & Max-Planck)
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Challenges in 2D | |

10.00-11.00 P Tetali (Georgia Tech)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Approximating Min-sum set cover
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11.15-11.45 DA Reinelt (SMU)
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Deformation of ordered foams | |

11.30-12.30 E Vigoda (Chicago)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Mixing in time and space for lattice spin system: a combinatorial view
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11.45-12.15 KY Szeto (Hong Kong)
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Shell analysis of soap froth | |

14.00-15.00 A Sokal (New York)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Chromatic polynomials, Potts models, and all that
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15.00-15.30 A Cebers (Latvia)
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Labyrinthine patterns | |

15.30-16.00 RB Kusner (Massachusetts)
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Rope packings | |

16.00-17.00 M Cryan (Leeds)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
A polynominal-time algorithm to approximately count contingency
tables when the number of rows is constant
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16.00-16.30 F Morgan (Williams)
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Perimeter-minimising planar bubble clusters | |

10.00-11.00 D Randall (Georgia Tech)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Random dyadic tilings of the unit square
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11.15-11.45 N Rivier (LDFC)
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Gauge invariance in foams | |

11.30-12.30 M Mahoney (Yale)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Markov chan Monte Carlo in statistical physics & an application
to the statistical mechanics of simple models of liquid water
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11.45-12.15 M Monastyrsky (ITEP)
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Phase transitions in membranes of high genus | |

14.00-15.00 G Brightwell (London School of Economics)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Connectedness of Glauber dynamics for H-coloring
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16.00-17.00 P Winkler (Bell Labs)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Mixing & shuffling
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10.00-11.00 T Gowers (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Arithmetic progressions and Fourier analysis
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11.30-12.30 A Sinclair (UC Berkeley)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Clifford algebras and approximating the permanent
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13.45-14.15 A Kraynik (Sandia Labs)
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Elastic behaviour of open-celled solid foams | |

14.00-15.00 L Goldberg (Warwick)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
The compexity of sampling (and approximately counting
graph homomorphism
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14.15-14.50 R Blumenfeld (Cambridge)
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Theory for stress transmission in planar cellular networks: are these a new state of solid matter? | |

14.50-15.10 S Cox (Trinity College)
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Metallic foam formation | |

15.10-15.30 V Gergely (Cambridge)
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Metal foam processing for fine cells: modelling and experimental observations | |

16.00-17.00 M Ashby (Cambridge)
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Novel cellular structures and the design of sandwich panels | |

16.00-17.00 M Dyer (Leeds)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Approximate counting by dynamic programming
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10.00-11.00 JH Kim (Microsoft Research, Redmond)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
The Poisson cloning model for random graphs with applications to
k-core problems, random 2-SAT, and random digraphs
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11.15-11.45 P Padilla (IIMAS UNAM)
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Unstable minimal surfaces: a PDE approach | |

11.30-12.30 M Zito (Liverpool)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
(Distance constrained) edge packing in random regular graphs
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11.45-12.00 M Monastyrsky (ITEP)
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Life and work of Riemann | |

14.00-15.00 A Rucinski (AMU, Poznan)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Ramsey properties of random structures
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16.00-17.00 C Banderier (MPI)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Discrete smoothed complexity
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11.15-11.45 H Stone (Harvard)
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Foam drainage overview | |

11.30-12.30 J Hansen (Heriot-Watt)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Hueristic algorithms for optimal directed spanning trees...
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11.45-12.00 S Cox (Trinity College)
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Drainage in a 3D world | |

12.00-12.15 SA Koehler (Harvard)
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Visualisation of local fluid dynamics in foam | |

14.00-14.15 SJ Neethling, PS Grassia (UMIST)
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Drainage in a flotation tank | |

14.15-14.30 D Durian (UCLA)
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Coarsening and consequences | |

10.00-11.00 M Karonski (Adam Mickiwicz University, Poznan)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Existence of a perfect matching in a random (1 + 1/e)-out bipartite
graph
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11.15-11.35 M Loewenberg (Yale)
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Including Marasgoni stresses in foam drainage | |

11.30-12.30 A Frieze (CMU Pittsburgh)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Perfect matchings in random graphs with prescribed minimal degree
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11.35-11.55 RC Darton (Oxford)
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Foams that flow | |

11.55-12.15 E Raphael (College de France)
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Marginal pinching is soap films | |

14.00-15.00 M Luczak (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Building uniform subtrees of a Cayley tree
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14.15-14.30 D Weaire, S Hutzler (Trinity College)
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Dilatancy | |

14.45-15.30 | |

Discussion of couplings (drainage & rheology, drainage & coarsening etc) | |

16.00-17.00 G Sorkin (IBM)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Phase transitions in random MAX 2-SAT and MAX CUT
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10.00-11.00 J Fill (Johns Hopkins University)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
On the possibility, and impossiblity, of interruptible
perfect sampling
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11.30-12.30 A Czumaj (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Simple strategies for high-precision load balancing
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14.00-15.00 V Vazirani (Georgia Tech)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
A stochastic process on the hypercube with applications
to peer-to-peer networks
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16.00-17.00 M Karpinski (Bonn)
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Workshop: Randomised Algorithms
Approximating dense instances of MIN-SAT
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14.00-14.45 A Liu (UCLA)
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Jamming | |

14.45-15.30 C Petrie (Newcastle)
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Structure tensors & rheology | |

16.00-17.00 S Edwards (Cambridge)
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Granular materials need a new statistical mechanics | |

11.15-11.45 A Kraynik (Sandia Labs)
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Elastic-plastic behaviour | |

11.45-12.15 R Ho"hler (MLV)
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What is the constitutive law of aqueous foam? | |

11.15-11.45 F Morgan, K Brakke (Williams & Susquehanna)
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Instabilities | |

11.45-12.15 RB Kusner (Massachusetts)
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How much rope does it take to tie a knot? | |

14.15-15.15 K Brakke (Susquehanna)
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Evolver tutorial for advanced users | |

16.00-16.30 A Liu (UCLA)
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Effective temperature of sheared foam | |

11.15-12.15 P Sollich, M Cates (KCL & Edinburgh)
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Tensorial soft glassy rheology | |

14.15-14.45 O Harlen (Leeds)
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Bubble growth in viscoelastic fluids | |

14.45-15.15 D Levine (Technion)
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Force chains | |

11.15-12.25 | |

Bell Session | |

08.30-10.00 | |

Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Registration
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10.00-11.00 G Grimmett (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Nearly solved models in statistical mechanics
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11.30-12.30 A Stacey (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Percolation on finite graphs
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14.00-15.00 A Thomason (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures The extremal structure of graph minors
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16.00-17.00 P Tetali (Georgia Institute of Technology)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Subgaussian constant and concentration inequalities
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10.00-11.00 D Galvin (Rutgers)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Homomorphisms from the Hamming cube to Z
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11.30-12.30 B Pittel (Ohio State & Microsoft Research)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Phase diagram for the constrained integer partitioning problem
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10.00-11.00 E Vigoda (Chicago)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Phase transitions on trees and rapid mixing of Glauber dynamics on
high-girth graphs
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11.30-12.30 K Eloranta (Helsinki University of Technology)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Archimedean ice
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14.00-15.00 J-B Son (Edinburgh)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Spectral gap and log-Sobolev constant for balanced matroids
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16.00-17.00 Y Stamatiou (Patras)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures How to prove conditional randomness
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10.00-11.00 P Chassaing (Nancy)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Random quadrangulations and Brownian Snake
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11.30-12.30 Y Suhov (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures SOS and hard core models on a Cayley tree
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14.00-15.00 O Hryniv (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Trees, walks and critical prewetting
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16.00-17.00 A Soshnikov (Univ. of California at Davies)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures On the largest eigenvalue of a random subgroup of the hypercube
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11.30-12.30 M Krivelevich (Tel Aviv)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Colouring problems in random graphs
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14.00-15.00 M Luczak (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Martingale inequalities and the asymptotic behaviour of large
communication networks
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16.00-17.00 S Janson (Uppsala)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Upper tails for subgraph counts in random graphs
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10.00-11.00 M Penrose (Durham)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Random geometric graphs: cliques & giant components
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11.30-12.30 A Scott (UCL)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Independent sets, lattice gases and the Lovasz Local Lemma
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14.00-15.00 C Greenhill (Melbourne)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Generalised acyclic edge colourings of random regular graphs
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16.00-17.00 C Cooper (Goldsmiths College)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures The size of the cores of random hypergraphs with a given degree
sequence
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10.00-11.00 E Mossel (Univ. of California at Berkeley)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Mixing times of the biased card shuffling and the asymmetric
exclusion process
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11.30-12.30 D Stark (Oxford)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Information loss in top to random shuffling
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10.00-11.00 A Taraz (Humboldt)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Colouring random graphs in expected polynomial time
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11.30-12.30 C McDiarmid (Oxford)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Random channel assignment problems
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14.00-15.00 J Kempe (Univ. of California at Berkeley)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Quantum random walks
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16.00-17.00 N Fountoulakis (Oxford)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures On the structure of the giant component of spares random graphs
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09.00-10.00 A Stacey (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Percolation on finite graphs
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10.00-11.00 B Bolloba's (Memphis)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Scale-free random graphs
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11.30-12.30 J Kahn (Rutgers)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures On phase transition in the hard-core model on
Z^{d} | |

14.00-15.00 R Darling (NSA)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures Phase transitions in hypergraph processes
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16.00-17.00 M Karonski (Adam Mickiewicz)
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Workshop: Combinatorial and computational aspects of
Statistical Physics/Random Graphs and Structures On graph irregularity strength
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10.00-11.00 WG Dwyer (Notre Dame)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Localizations & homotopy theory of diagrams (1)
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11.30-12.30 PG Goerss (Northwestern)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Obstruction theory for structured ring spectra (1)
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14.00-15.00 JP May (Chicago)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Operadic, A infinity and n-categories (1)
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16.00-17.00 J Smith (Purdue)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Abstract homotopy theory (1)
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10.00-11.00 WG Dwyer (Notre Dame)
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Localizations & homotopy theory of diagrams (2) | |

11.30-12.30 PG Goerss (Northwestern)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Obstruction theory for structured ring spectra (2)
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14.00-15.00 JP May (Chicago)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Operads and motivic homotopy theory (2)
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16.00-17.00 J Smith (Purdue)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Abstract homotopy theory (2)
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10.00-11.00 S Schwede (Mu"nster)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Triangulated categories and models (1)
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11.30-12.30 | |

Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Problem session
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14.00-15.00 B Richter (Bonn)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Quillen adjunctions close to differential graded commutative algebras
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10.00-11.00 I Madsen (Aarhus)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
The stable moduli space of Riemann surfaces (1)
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11.30-12.30 JE McClure (Purdue)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Cosimplical objects and little n-cubes (1)
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14.00-15.00 S Schwede (Münster)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Triangualted categories and models (2)
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16.00-17.00 VA Smirnov (Moscow)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Simplicial & operad methods in algebraic topology (1)
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10.00-11.00 I Madsen (Aarhus)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
The stable moduli space of Riemann surfaces (2)
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11.30-12.30 JE McClure (Purdue)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Cosimplical objects and little n-cubes
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14.00-15.00 VA Smirnov (Moscow)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Simplicial & operad methods in algebraic topology (2)
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16.00-17.00 NP Strickland (Sheffield)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Axiomatic stable homotopy theory
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10.00-11.00 R Jardine (Western Ontario)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Stable homotopy theories for simplicial presheaves (1)
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11.30-12.30 F Morel (Jussieu)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
A^{1} homotopy theory (1)
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14.00-15.00 M Levine (Northeastern)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Introduction to algebraic cobordism (1)
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16.00-17.00 L Hesselholt (MIT)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
trace methods in algebraic K theory - I
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10.00-11.00 R Jardine (Western Ontairo)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Stable homotopy theories for simplicial presheaves (2)
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11.30-12.30 F Morel (Jussieu)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
A^{1} homotopy theory (2)
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14.00-15.00 M Levine (Northeastern)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Mixed Tate motives (2)
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16.00-17.00 L Hesselholt (MIT)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Trace methods in algebraic K-theory - II
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10.00-11.00 S Bloch (Chicago)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Questions related to motives
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11.30-12.30 J Rognes (Oslo)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Glaors descent for the K-theory of commutatice £-algebras
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14.00-15.00 G Carlsson (Stanford)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Structured stable homotopy theory & descent in algebraic K theory (1)
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16.00-17.00 J Hornbostel (Regensburg)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
A^{1} -representability of hermitian K-theory and Witt groups
& Morel's conjectures on A^{1} -homotopy groups of spheres | |

10.00-11.00 VP Snaith (Southampton)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Equivariant motives phenomena (1)
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11.30-12.30 B Totaro (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
An examplein the theory of Witt groups of algebraic varieties using
Steenrod operations on Chow groups
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14.00-15.00 A Vishik (Steklov)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Quadratic Grassmannians & Steenrod operations (1)
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16.00-17.00 G Carlsson (Stanford)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Structured stable homotopy theory & descent in algebraic K theory (2)
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10.00-11.00 VP Snaith (Southampton)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Equivariant motivic phenomena (2)
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11.30-12.30 B Toen (Nice)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Homotopical algebraic geometry
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14.00-15.00 A Vishik (Steklov)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Quadratic Grassmannians & Steenrod operations (2)
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16.00-17.00 C Weibel (Rutgers)
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Workshop: Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory
Homological algebra in DM
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14.00-15.00 T Luczak (Poznan)
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The phase transiton in random graphs: a microscopic view of the random-cluster model | |

11.00-12.00 P Winkler (Bell Labs)
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On playing golf with two balls | |

14.00-15.00 N Yagita (Ibaraki)
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Algebraic cobordism of simply connected Lie groups | |

15.15-16.15 G Banaszak (Adam Mickiewicz)
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Non-torsion elements in algebraic k-theory of number fields, Mordell-Weil groups and l-adic representations | |

14.00-15.00 B Kahn (Paris VII)
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Informal geometry seminar series: Birational motives | |

10.00-11.00 A Scholl (Cambridge)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Zeta elements and modular forms
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11.30-12.30 S Bloch (Chicago)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
G_{a }, motives, polylogarithms etc | |

14.00-15.00 C Soule (IHES)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Bounds on the torsion in the K-theory of algebraic integers
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15.30-16.30 P Schneider (Muenster)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Noncommutative Iwasawa Theory
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10.00-11.00 VP Snaith (Southampton)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Stark's conjecture and new Stickelberger phenomena
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11.30-12.30 I Fesenko (Nottingham)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Analysis on arithmetic surfaces
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14.00-15.00 Z Wojtkoviak (Nice)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
l-adic polylogarithms
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15.30-16.30 C Pedrini (Genova)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Finite-dimensional motives and the Beilinson-Bloch conjectures
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10.00-11.00 M Taylor (UMIST)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
de Rham discriminants
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11.30-12.30 V Abrashkin (Durham)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Analogue of the Grothendieck conjecture for higher dimensional
local fields
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16.00-17.00 A Jarai (British Columbia)
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Incipient infinite percolation clusters in two and high dimensions | |

10.00-11.00 S Lichtenbaum (Brown)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Weil étale cohomology
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11.30-12.30 D Burns (King's college London)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
On equivariant Tamagawa numbers, Weil étale cohomology
and values of L-functions | |

14.00-15.00 T Geisser (USC)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Weil étale motivic cohomology over finite fields | |

15.30-16.30 B Kahn (Jussieu)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Rational and numerical equivalence on certain abelian
varieties over finite fields
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10.00-11.00 U Jannsen (Regensburgh)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Kato complexes: conjectures and results
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11.30-12.30 A Schmidt (Heidelberg)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
Relative K-groups and class field theory of arithmetic surfaces
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14.00-15.00 R De Jeu (Durham)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
K_{4} of curves and syntomic regulators | |

15.30-16.30 W Gajda (UAM)
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Workshop: K-theory and arithmetic
K-theory and classical conjectures in the arithmetic of
cyclotomic fields
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14.00-15.00 M Simonovits (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
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On a hypergraph extremal problem | |

16.00-17.00 M Mahowald (Northwestern)
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tmf(3) and other tmf module spectra | |

16.00-17.00 M Hanamura (Kyushu)
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Blow-ups and mixed motives | |

16.00-17.00 M Hanamura (Kyushu)
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Institute Closure Day | |

17.00-18.00 L Lovasz (Microsoft Research)
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Global information from local observation | |

16.00-17.00 J van den Berg (CWI, Amsterdam)
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Self-destructive percolation | |

14.00-15.00 B Shipley (Purdue)
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K-theory and derived equivalences | |

16.00-17.00 D Ravenel (Rochester)
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The status of the telescope conjecture | |

17.00-18.00 WG Dwyer (Notre Dame)
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Lie groups and their classifying spaces | |

16.00-17.00 A Lukacs (SZTAKI, Budapest)
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Generating random group elements | |

14.00-15.00 M Hovey (Wesleyan)
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The structure of
E(n)_{*}E(n) comodules | |

16.00-17.00 M Anton (Kentucky)
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General linear group homology | |

17.00-18.00 J Steif (Chalmers Univ. of Tech. & Georgia Inst.)
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An overview of certain phase transitions | |

16.00-17.00 L Stougie (CWI, Amsterdam)
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On-line optimisation | |

14.00-15.00 M Ando (UIUC)
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Guises of the second Chern class: the circle-equivariant sigma orientation | |

16.00-17.00 R De Jeu (Durham)
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The rank conjecture for fields, and higher Chow groups | |

14.00-15.00 VP Snaith (Southampton)
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Euler characteristics of nearly perfect complexes | |

14.00-15.00 JPC Greenlees (Sheffield)
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Rational torus-equivariant cohomology theories | |

17.00-18.00 D Ravenel (Rochester)
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What is elliptic cohomology? | |

16.00-17.00 D Randall (Georgia IT)
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Simulated tempering: fast or slow? | |

14.00-15.00 N Strickland (Sheffield)
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Equivariant formal groups | |

16.00-17.00 E Vigoda (Chicago)
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Non-Markovian coupling | |

14.00-15.00 JF Jardine (Ontario)
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Higher order stacks | |

17.00-18.00 S Lichtenbaum (Brown)
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Special values of zeta-functions | |

16.00-17.00 M Dyer (Leeds)
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Markov chains for contingency tables with few rows | |

14.00-15.00 G Mislin (ETH Zurich & Cambridge)
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The Bass conjecture and acyclic groups | |

16.00-17.00 J McCleary (Vassar College)
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Hochschild homology and closed geodesics | |

16.00-17.00 C Goldschmidt (Cambridge)
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Stochastic process methods in the analysis of random hypergraphs | |

14.00-15.00 AJ Baker (Glasgow)
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Minimal atomic complexes | |

16.00-17.00 J Rognes (Oslo)
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Algebraic K-theory of topological K-theory | |

08.15-09.00 | |

Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Registration
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09.00-10.00 MJ Hopkins (MIT)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Topological aspects of elliptic cohomology
| |

10.00-11.00 J Rognes (Oslo)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Two-vector bundles and elliptic objects
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15.30-16.30 S Stolz (Notre Dame)
| |

Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
The spinor bundle on the free loop space
| |

09.00-10.00 I Grojnowski (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Hilbert schemes and integrable system: the cohomology ring of a
compactification of configuration space
| |

10.00-11.00 P Goerss (Northwestern)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
The tangent complex for the moduli stack of formal groups
| |

15.30-16.30 G Segal (Oxford)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
What is an elliptic object?
| |

16.00-17.00 J van den Heuvel (LSE)
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Cyclic colourings and distant 2-colourings of planar graphs | |

16.30-17.30 G Mason (California)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Orbifold conformal field theory and cohomology of the monster
| |

09.00-10.00 J Greenlees (Sheffield)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Algebraic groups and equivariant cohomology theories
| |

10.00-11.00 D Freed (Texas)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Loop groups and twisted K-theory
| |

15.30-16.30 G Moore (Rutgers)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
On the M-theory action on a manifold with boundary
| |

16.30-17.30 V Gorbounov (Kentucky)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Gerbes of chiral differential operators
| |

09.00-10.00 N Strickland (Sheffield)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Equivariant veresion of elliptic spectra
| |

10.00-11.00 G Laures (Heidelberg)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
K(1)-local topological modular forms, the Witten orientation and E
infinity cellular structures
| |

15.30-16.30 C Rezk (Champaign)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Hecke operators and logarithmic cohomology operations
| |

16.30-17.30 B Totaro (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
The elliptic genus of a singular variety
| |

09.00-10.00 M Ando (Champaign)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Elliptic genera and Thom classes
| |

10.00-11.00 J Morava (John Hopkins)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Complex orientations and Motivic Galois theory
| |

15.30-16.30 M Weiss (Aberdeen)
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Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Cohomology of the stable mapping class group
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16.30-17.30 | |

Workshop: Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena
Discussion Session
| |

10.00-11.00 F Kelly (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Congestion pricing and capacity expansion games
| |

10.00-11.00 G Nishida (Kyoto)
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Workshop: Elliptic Cohomology and Chromatic Phenomena
A note on Hopkins-Kuhn-Ravenel character
Talk being held in the CMS - Wolfson Room
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11.30-12.30 B von Stengel (London School of Economics)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Games and computation
| |

14.00-15.00 B Voecking (MPI)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Pricing equilibria for a congestion game with incomplete information
| |

14.00-15.00 C Thomas (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Elliptic Cohomology and Chromatic Phenomena
Spin bordism, contact structure and the cohomology of p-groups?
Talk being held in the CMS - Wolfson Room
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15.30-16.00 M Luczak (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
On the power of two choices: balls and bins in continous time
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16.00-17.00 J Chayes (Microsoft Research)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
A model of directed scale-free graphs^{2} | |

10.00-11.00 C Papadimitriou (UC Berkeley)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Understanding the internet graph
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10.00-11.00 H-W Henn (IRMA)
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Workshop: Elliptic Cohomology and Chromatic Phenomena
Resolutions of the K(2) - local sphere
Talk being held in the CMS - Wolfson Room
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11.30-12.30 E Koutsoupias (Athens)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Co-ordination mechanisms
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14.00-15.00 V Vazirani (Georgia Tech)
| |

Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
How intractable is the "invisible hand"
| |

15.30-16.00 A Vetta (McGill)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
On the quality of competitive equilibria in games with submodular
social objective functions
| |

15.30-16.30 J Devoto (ITBA)
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Workshop: Elliptic Cohomology and Chromatic Phenomena
What are the elliptic objects of K3 cohomology
Talk being held in the CMS - Wolfson Room
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16.00-16.30 J Nino-Mora (Pompeu Fabra)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Admission control and routing to parallel queues via Whittle's
restless bandit index policy
| |

16.30-17.00 R Johari (MIT)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Internet resource allocation and a network congestion game
| |

10.00-11.00 P Raghavan (Verity Inc.)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Measurements on the web graph
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10.00-11.00 D Ravenel (Rochester)
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Workshop: Elliptic Cohomology and Chromatic Phenomena
Towards higher chromatic analogues of elliptic cohomology: curves with
high formal group laws. Talk being held in the CMS - Wolfson Room
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11.30-12.30 C Cooper (Goldsmiths College)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Web graphs: models and algorithms
| |

14.00-15.00 A Karlin (Washington)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Competitive worst-case analysis of truthful auctions: a survey
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15.30-16.00 N Carlsson (Abo Akademi)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Asymptotic properties of a simple TCP model
| |

15.30-16.30 N Minami (Nagoya)
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Workshop: Elliptic Cohomology and Chromatic Phenomena
Hierarchy of morava K-theories?
Talk being held in the CMS - Wolfson Room
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16.00-16.30 I Kaj (Uppsala)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
A limit process for long-range dependent arrival models under critical
scaling
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10.00-11.00 E Tardos (Cornell)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Network design with selfish agents
| |

10.00-11.00 A Baker (Glasgow)
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Workshop: Elliptic Cohomology and Chromatic Phenomena
Gamma-cohomology and E-infinity structures on some periodic spectra
Talk being held in the CMS - Wolfson Room
| |

11.30-12.30 T Roughgardern (Cornell)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Selfish routing and the price of anarchy
| |

14.00-15.00 E Upfal (Brown)
| |

Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Building low-diameter peer-to-peer networks
| |

15.30-16.00 A Brooms (Birkbeck)
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Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Assessing routing behaviour into a shared resource: simulation vs.
the Nash equilibrium
| |

15.30-16.30 K Johnson (Dalhousie)
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Workshop: Elliptic Cohomology and Chromatic Phenomena
Cooperations in elliptic homology and E(n) homology
Talk being held in the CMS - Wolfson Room
| |

16.00-17.00 J-Y Cai (Wisconsin)
| |

Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
On REM and SAM-estimation of congestion price using probabilistic
packet marking
| |

10.00-11.00 A Rosen (Technion)
| |

Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Dynamic routing on networks with fixed-size buffers
| |

10.00-11.00 M Mandell (Chicago)
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Workshop: Elliptic Cohomology and Chromatic Phenomena
E-infinity maps between Spanier-Whitehead duals
Talk being held in the CMS - Wolfson Room
| |

11.30-12.30 R Gibbens (Cambridge)
| |

Workshop: Topics in Computer Communication and Networks
Fixed point models for performance engineering in enterprise
IP networks
| |

15.30-16.30 G Vezzosi (Bologna)
| |

Workshop: Elliptic Cohomology and Chromatic Phenomena
An idea of homotopical algebraic geometry
Talk being held in the CMS - Wolfson Room
| |

14.00-15.00 R Rannacher (Heidelberg)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation The role of error control and adaptivity in numerical computation
| |

15.30-16.30 R Nochetto (Maryland)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Error control and adaptivity for free boundary problems
| |

16.30-17.00 J Ockendon (Oxford)
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Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Emerging areas for computational mathematics in industry
| |

17.00-17.30 Discussion
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Computational PDE's in industry
Chair: Ockendon
| |

09.00-10.00 O Pironneau (Paris VI)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Inverse fluid flow problems with discontinuities
| |

10.00-11.00 CM Elliott (Sussex)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Numerical diffusion induced grain boundary motion and methods for
evolving interfaces
| |

11.30-12.30 A Wheeler (Southampton)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Phase-field models
| |

14.00-15.00 A Sutton (Oxford)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Atomistic simulations of diffusional processes with elastic
interactions
| |

15.30-16.00 JW Barrett (Imperial College)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Numerical approximation of surface diffusion
| |

16.00-16.30 Discussion
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Interface motion and phase field models
Chair: Barrett, Elliott & Wheeler
| |

09.00-10.00 E Tadmor (Technion)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Multiple-scale modelling of materials using the quasicontinuum method
| |

10.00-11.00 B Engquist (Princeton)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Heterogeneous multiscale methods
| |

11.30-12.30 T McLeish (Leeds)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Molecular models of viscoelastic flows
| |

14.00-15.00 E Weinan (Princeton)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Analysis and applications of the heterogeneous multiscale method?
| |

15.30-16.00 E S{"u}li (Oxford)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Adaptive finite element methods for hyperbolic problems
| |

16.00-16.30 Discussion
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Adaptive finite element methods for partial differential equations
Chair: Suli
| |

10.00-11.00 R Glowinski (Houston)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Numerical methods for the solution of a system of eikonal equations
with Dirichlet boundary conditions
| |

11.30-12.30 T Chan (UCLA)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Variational PDE techniques in wavelet transforms
& image compression
| |

14.00-14.20 A Wathen (Oxford)
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Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Preconditioning the incompressible Navier Stokes equations
| |

14.20-14.40 T Phillips (Aberystwyth)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Direct numerical simulation of droplet-gas systems for power
generation applications
| |

14.40-15.00 G Roberts (Bangor)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Variational techniques for micromagnetic simulations
| |

16.00-16.20 S Chandler-Wilde (Brunel)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Integral equation methods for direct and inverse scattering by
unbounded surfaces
| |

16.20-18.00 | |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation EPSRC Programme managers in mathematics & engineering & high
performance computing
| |

09.00-10.00 A Quarteroni (Lausanne)
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Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Numerical modelling of the cardiovascular system
| |

10.00-11.00 P Monk (Delaware)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Inverse electromagnetic scattering
| |

11.30-12.00 AR Davies (Aberystwyth)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation PDE's, food rheology, and processing
| |

12.00-12.30 Discussion
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation PDE's in food industry
Chair: Davies
| |

14.00-14.45 N Weatherill (Swansea)
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Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Mesh quality in computational engineering
| |

14.45-15.00 Discussion
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Mesh generation
Chair: Weatherill
| |

15.30-16.00 M Giles (Oxford)
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Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Challenges in scientific and engineering computation
| |

16.00-16.30 Discussion
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation Engineering computations
Chair: Giles
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16.30-17.00 Closing
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Workshop: Mathematical Challenges in Scientific and
Engineering Computation | |

17.00-18.00 T Pence (Michigan State)
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Multifield theory for materials | |

14.00-15.00 J Knowles (Pasadena)
| |

Kinetic relations for continuum mechanical models of evolutionary structural transformations | |

16.00-17.00 N Bedjaoui (Saint-Quentin)
| |

Kinetic relations generated by diffusive-dispersive traveling waves | |

14.00-15.00 J Knowles (Pasadena)
| |

Kinetic relations for continuum mechanical models of evolutionary structural transformations | |

16.00-17.00 N Bedjaoui (Saint-Quentin)
| |

Kinetic relations generated by diffusive-dispersive travelling waves | |

14.00-15.00 J Knowles (Pasadena)
| |

Kinetic relations for continuum mechanical models of evolutionary structural transformations | |

16.00-17.00 N Bedjaoui (Saint-Quentin)
| |

Kinetic relations generated by diffusive-dispersive traveling waves | |

11.00-12.00 A Corli (Ferrara)
| |

A general approach to the operator splitting method | |

17.00-18.00 C Elliott (Sussex)
| |

Mathematical models & computation of flux penetration in type II superconductors | |

11.00-12.00 M Shearer (North Carolina State)
| |

The dynamics of thin liquid films and contact lines | |

15.30-16.30 D Silvester (UMIST)
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Fast black-box preconditioners for elliptic PDE problems | |

17.00-18.00 B McLean (NSW)
| |

Time discretisation of an evolution equation via Laplace transforms | |

11.00-12.00 L Truskinovsky (Palaiseau)
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Dynamic aspects of nucleation phenomena | |

15.00-16.00 C Schwab (ETH Zurich)
| |

Sparse finite elements for PDEs with stochastic data | |

11.00-12.00 J Knowles (Pasadena)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Some applications of continuum-mechanical kinetic relations
| |

14.00-15.00 TJ Pence (East Lansing)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Dynamics of shear induced phase boundary motion
| |

15.30-16.30 L Truskinovsky (Minnesota)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Kinetic relations generated by lattice models
| |

09.00-10.00 A Berezovski (Tallinn)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Numerical simulation of moving phase boundaries in the thermoelastic
solids
| |

10.00-11.00 M Shearer (Raleigh)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions The role of discreteness in regularising ill-posed PDE's
| |

11.30-12.30 A Corli (Ferrara)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Stability of solutions with respect to kinetic criteria
| |

14.00-15.00 M Sable-Tougeron (Rennes)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Singular hyperbolic conservation laws. Geometrical viewpoint of the
nonclassical theory
| |

15.30-16.30 C Chalons (Aachen)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Computing nonclassical solutions with the Glimm scheme
| |

09.00-10.00 C Rohde (Freiburg)
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Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Numerical methods for problems with nonclassical shock waves
| |

10.00-11.00 F Asakura (Osaka)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Phase boundaries in non-isentropic thermo-elasticity
| |

11.30-12.30 G Friesecke (Coventry)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Hyperbolic versus dispersive limit of travelling front dynamics in the
Fermi-Pasta-Ulam atomic chain
| |

14.00-15.00 H Fan (Washington)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions On a model for flows with phase transitions, its wave patterns and
comparison with experiments
| |

15.30-16.30 MD Thanh (ENS)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Aspects of the Dynamics
of Phase Transitions Nonclassical Riemann solvers in nonlinear elastodynamics and phase
transition dynamics
| |

10.00-11.00 JN Chapman (Glasgow)
| |

Workshop: Computational Electromagnetism
Micromagnetism - some current challenges faced by experimentalists
| |

11.30-12.30 T Schrefl (Vienna)
| |

Workshop: Computational Electromagnetism
Time and length scales in computational microgenetics
| |

14.00-15.00 A Prohl (Zu"rich)
| |

Workshop: Computational Electromagnetism
Numerical Analysis of stationary and nonstationary micromagnetism
| |

15.30-16.15 G Carbou (Bordeaux)
| |

Workshop: Computational Electromagnetism
Weak and regular solutions for Landau-Lifschitz equations:
existence and asymptotic behaviour
| |

16.15-17.00 P Monk (Delaware)
| |

Workshop: Computational Electromagnetism
An eddy current-micromagnetic model with application to disk write
heads
| |

10.00-11.00 M McCulloch (Oxford)
| |

Workshop: Computational Electromagnetism
Using PDE's to develop the application of superconductors
| |

11.00-12.00 A Berezovski (Tallinn)
| |

A thermomechanical model of phase-transition front propagation | |

11.30-12.30 J Chapman (Oxford)
| |

Workshop: Computational Electromagnetism
Macroscopic models of superconductivity
| |

14.00-15.00 Q Du (HKUST)
| |

Workshop: Computational Electromagnetism
Quantized vortices: from Ginzburg-Landau to Gross-Pitaevskii
| |

15.30-16.15 V Styles (Sussex)
| |

Workshop: Computational Electromagnetism
A finite element approximation of a variational formulation of Bean's
model for superconductivity
| |

16.15-17.00 L Prigozhin (Ben Gurion)
| |

Workshop: Computational Electromagnetism
Solution of critical-state problems in superconductivity
| |

17.00-18.00 C Carstensen (Vienna)
| |

Mathematical & computational aspects of nonconvex minimisation problems allowing for microstructure | |

14.00-15.00 F Asakura (Osaka)
| |

Wave-front tracking for the equations of isentropic gas dynamics | |

15.30-16.30 R Hiptmair (ETH Zurich)
| |

FEM-BEM coupling for quasistatic electromagnetism | |

14.00-15.00 K Trivisa (Maryland)
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On models for the dynamic combustion of compressible reacting fluids | |

10.25-10.30 | |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Introduction
| |

10.30-11.15 P Sadd, D Jefferson (RHM Technology, Heriot Watt)
| |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Bread crusting
| |

11.15-12.00 N Hall-Taylor, M Lee (Chem Tech Intl., Southampton)
| |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Scraped surface heat exchangers
| |

12.00-12.45 J Melrose, T Tilford (Unilever, Greenwich)
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Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Microwaving
| |

14.00-14.45 RD Davies (Aberystwyth)
| |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Computational algorithms overview
| |

14.45-15.30 | |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Chaired discussion of critical computational issues in the three
projects presented
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16.00-17.00 | |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Open Forum: A discussion of food industry problems involving
mathematics and computation
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17.00- . | |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Summing up and close
| |

10.25-10.30 | |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Introduction
| |

10.30-10.50 J Hinch (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Computational algorithms for inertia-dominated free surface flows
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10.50-11.35 L Davenport, A Ruddle, C Tully (BAE Systems,MIRA,Nott'ham)
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Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Electromagnetic compatibility
| |

11.35-12.20 R Gent, F Smith, R Purvis (QinetiQ (Farnborough),UCL)
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Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Droplet impact on water layers
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12.20-13.00 J Curtis, J Ockendon (QinetiQ (Fort Halstead), Oxford)
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Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Shaped charge mechanics
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14.00-14.30 C Johnson (Chalmers)
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Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Finite element software
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14.30-15.00 P Monk (Delaware)
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Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Computational algorithms in electromagnetics
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15.00-15.30 | |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Chaired discussion of critical computational issues in the three
projects presented
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16.00-17.00 | |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Open Forum: A discussion of industrial electromagnetic and violent
mechanical problems involving mathematics and computation
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17.00- . | |

Workshop: Computational PDEs: Giving Industry the Edge
A Joint Workshop of the INI and SI Summing up and close
| |

11.00-12.00 R Williams (Cardiff)
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Ambipolar flows in molecular clouds: another fine mess? | |

11.00-12.00 E Ferapontov (Loughborough)
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Systems of conservation laws and congruences of lines | |

17.00-18.00 CM Dafermos (Brown)
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Progress in hyperbolic conservation laws | |

10.00-11.00 P Marcati (L'Aquila)
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Diffusive singular limits for hyperbolic systems | |

11.30-12.30 D Serre (Lyon)
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L1 stability of diffuse waves for conservation laws | |

14.30-15.30 CM Dafermos (Brown)
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Conservation laws: from continuum mechanics to analysis | |

10.00-11.00 D Serre (Lyon)
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L1 stability of diffuse waves for conservation laws | |

11.30-12.30 CM Dafermos (Brown)
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Conservation laws: from continuum mechanics to analysis | |

14.30-15.30 P Marcati (L'Aquila)
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Diffusive singular limits for hyperbolic systems | |

16.00-17.00 W Do"rfler (Karlsruhe)
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An adaptive finite element method for minimal surfaces | |

10.00-11.00 CM Dafermos (Brown)
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Conservation laws: from continuum mechanics to analysis | |

11.30-12.30 P Marcati (L'Aquila)
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Diffusive singular limits for hyperbolic systems | |

14.30-15.30 D Serre (Lyon)
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L1 stability of diffuse waves for conservation laws | |

09.00-18.00 | |

Centenary meeting of Sir George Gabriel Stokes | |

10.00-11.00 A Bressan (Trieste)
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Vanishing viscosity solutions for systems of conservation laws | |

11.30-12.30 T-P Liu (Taipei & Stanford)
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Boltzmann equation and Euler and Navier-Stokes equations in gas dynamics | |

14.30-15.30 PG LeFloch (Palaiseau)
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Well-posedness theory for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws | |

16.00-17.00 M Hinze (TU-Dresden)
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A generalised discretisation concept for optimal control with pdes | |

10.00-11.00 T-P Liu (Taipei & Stanford)
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Boltzmann equation and Euler and Navier-Stokes equations in gas dynamics | |

11.30-12.30 PG LeFloch (Palaiseau)
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Well-posedness theory for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws | |

14.30-15.30 A Bressan (Trieste)
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Vanishing viscosity solutions for systems of conservation laws | |

10.00-11.00 PG LeFloch (Palaiseau)
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Well-posedness theory for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws | |

11.30-12.30 A Bressan (Trieste)
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Vanishing viscosity solutions for systems of conservation laws | |

14.30-15.30 T-P Liu (Taipei & Stanford)
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Boltzmann equation and Euler and Navier-Stokes equations in gas dynamics | |

16.00-17.00 RE Hunt (Newton Institute)
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Workshop: Science Week Lecture
Maths at work in the real world
| |

10.00-11.00 E Tadmor (College Park)
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Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Critical threshold in Eulerian dynamics
| |

11.30-12.30 B Perthame (Paris)
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Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Transport equations arising in chemotaxis and angiogenesis
| |

14.00-15.00 T-P Liu (Stanford)
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Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Admissible solutions to system of hyperbolic conservation laws
| |

15.30-16.30 SK Godunov (Novosibirsk)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws The hyperbolic equations, conservation laws, and rotation invariance.
The equations of the elasticity as an example
| |

10.00-11.00 PL Roe (Michigan)
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Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Genuinely multidimensional algorithms for conservation laws
| |

11.30-12.30 T Iguchi (Tokyo)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Existence theory for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws with
general flux-functions
| |

14.00-15.00 A Bressan (Trieste)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws On the convergence rate for the vanishing viscosity approximations
| |

10.00-11.00 P Marcati (L'Aquila)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Navier Stokes solutions via diffusive relaxation approximations
| |

11.30-12.30 A Tzavaras (Heraklion)
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Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws L1 stability for discrete velocity Boltmann equations
| |

16.00-17.00 A Veeser (Milan)
| |

Convergent adaptive finite elements for the p-laplacian | |

10.00-11.00 Y Brenier (Nice)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Applications and properties of the 3D Born-Infeld equations
| |

11.30-12.30 PG LeFloch (Palaiseau)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Classical and non-classical entropy solutions to systems of
conservation laws
| |

14.00-15.00 D Serre (Lyon)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Asymptotic stability of steady states in relaxation models
| |

15.30-16.30 S Nishibata (Tokyo)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Asymptotic behavior of spherically symmetric solutions to the
compressible Navier-Stokes equations with external forces
| |

10.00-11.00 K Trivisa (College Park)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Qualitative behavior of solutions to systems of conservation laws
| |

11.30-12.30 EV Ferapontov (Loughborough)
| |

Workshop: Mathematical Theory of Hyperbolic Systems
of Conservation Laws Systems of conservation laws and the projective theory of congruences
| |

10.00-11.00 S Kawashima (Fukuoka)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Dissipative structure and entropy for hyperbolic systems of balance
laws
| |

11.30-12.30 S Falle (Leeds)
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Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Multi-fluid MHD shock structures
| |

14.00-15.00 J Ballmann (Aachen)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Modelling a simulation of cavitation processes with technical
applications
| |

15.30-16.30 CS Morawetz (New York)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Mixed equations and transonic flow: old and new problems
| |

10.00-11.00 SX Chen (Shanghai)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Global solution to the problem of supersonic flow past a pointed body
| |

11.30-12.30 B Keyfitz (Houston)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Free boundary problems for nonlinear wave equations: Interacting
shocks
| |

14.00-15.00 J Greenberg (London)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Phase transitions with semi-diffusive interfaces
| |

15.30-16.30 R Menikoff (Los Alamos)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Wave structure for elastic-plastic flow and entropy anomalies
| |

10.00-11.00 PD Lax (New York)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Positive schemes for solving the initial value problem for hyperbolic
systems of conservation laws in several space dimensions
| |

11.30-12.30 H Peregrine (Bristol)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Vorticity generation by bores in shallow water, and water wave impact
problems
| |

14.00-15.00 D Drikakis (London)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Turbulence in the context of multi-dimensional hyperbolic problems
| |

15.30-16.30 N Nikiforakis (Cambridge)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Computing interface motion in compressible flows
| |

10.00-11.00 A Marquina (Burjassot)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Computations of strong shocks hitting gas-gas interfaces with high
order accurate conservative capturing methods
| |

11.30-12.30 GQ Chen (Evanston)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Multidimensional transonic shock problems
| |

14.00-15.00 EF Toro (Trento)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems The HLLC Riemann solver for single and multi-phase flows
| |

15.30-16.30 S Mu"ller (Aachen)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Flow problems in nonclassical fluids
| |

10.00-11.00 H Frid (Rio de Janeiro)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Finite difference schemes with cross derivatives correctors for
multidimensional parabolic systems
| |

11.30-12.30 S Noelle (Aachen)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems Kinetic decompositions, evolution Galerkin schemes and Fey's method
of transport
| |

14.00-15.00 R Saurel (Marseille)
| |

Workshop: Multiphase Fluid Flows and Multi-Dimensional
Hyperbolic Problems An extended multiphase model for interface computation, permeable
fronts and fluid mixtures with internal degrees of freedom
| |

09.55-10.00 | |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Opening remarks
| |

10.00-11.00 F Brezzi (Pavia)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Pseudo residual free bubbles and subgrids
| |

11.30-12.30 Weinan E (Princeton)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Analysis of multiscale methods
| |

14.00-15.00 T Hou (Caltech)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Multiscale computation for flow through heterogeneous media
| |

15.30-16.30 R Nochetto (Maryland)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Adaptive FEM for saddle point problems: design & convergence
| |

16.30-17.00 K Siebert (Freiburg)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Convergence of adaptive finite element methods
| |

17.00-17.45 ~
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Informal time for researchers from various disciplines to exchange
ideas & explore currently unsolved problems
| |

09.00-10.00 R Rannacher (Heidelberg)
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Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Adaptive discretisation of optimisation problems with PDE
| |

10.00-11.00 ~
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Co-ordinated discussion session: Adaptivity
| |

11.30-12.30 C Johnson (Chalmers)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Adaptive computational modelling of reaction-diffusion in laminar
and turbulent incompressible flow
| |

14.00-15.00 C Schwab (ETH Zu"rich)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Finite elements for homogenisation problems
| |

15.30-16.00 P Houston (Leicester)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity hp-adaptive discontinuous Galerkin methods with interior penalty for
degenerate elliptic partial differential equations
| |

16.00-16.30 J Mackenzie (Strathclyde)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Adaptive moving mesh techniques for moving boundary value problems
| |

16.30-17.00 R Stevenson (Utrecht)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity An optimal adaptive finite element method
| |

17.00-18.30 ~
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Informal time for researchers from various disciplines to exchange
ideas & explore currently unsolved problems
| |

09.00-10.00 R DeVore (South Carolina)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Tools for adaptive finite element methods
| |

10.00-11.00 ~
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Co-ordinated discussion session: Wavelets and multiresolution for PDEs
| |

11.30-12.30 A Cohen (Pierre et Marie Curie)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Multiscale adaptive schemes for hyperbolic equations: some
convergence results
| |

14.00-15.00 W Dahmen (RWTH Aachen)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Adaptive multiscale application of operators
| |

15.30-16.00 A Kunoth (Bonn)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Adaptive wavelet methods for control problems with PDE constraints
| |

16.00-16.30 K Urban (Ulm)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Adaptive convex optimisation: convergence results
| |

16.30-17.00 SC Hawkins (Liverpool)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Easily inverted approximation type preconditioners for almost-diagonal
matrices arising from two-dimensional elliptic operators
| |

17.00-18.30 ~
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Informal time for researchers from various disciplines to exchange
ideas & explore currently unsolved problems
| |

09.00-10.00 C Canuto (Torino)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Wavelet-based adaptive optimisation
| |

10.00-11.00 ~
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Co-ordinated discussion session: Multiscale methods for PDEs
| |

10.00-11.00 SK Godunov (Novosibirsk)
| |

The conservation laws compatible with hyperbolic equations: chemical reaction modeling,fluid with thermodynamical model of bubble vibration | |

11.30-12.30 M Ainsworth (Strathclyde)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity hp-finite adaptive element methods for time harmonic Maxwell's
equations
| |

14.00-15.00 C Carstensen (Vienna)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Scientific computing of related minimisation models in three
applications
| |

15.30-16.00 C Farmer (Schlumberger)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Geological modelling: multiphysics data to multiscale models
| |

16.00-16.30 K-S Moon (RIT)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Adaptive Monte Carlo algorithm for killed diffusion
| |

16.30-17.00 E von Schwerin (KTH)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Convergence rates for adaptive FEM
| |

17.00-18.30 ~
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity | |

09.00-10.00 J Xu (Penn State)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Multilevel techniques for grid adaptation
| |

10.00-11.00 ~
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Co-ordinated discussion session: Multigrid and multilevel methods
| |

11.30-12.00 TJ Barth (NASA)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Preliminary results for a-posteriori error estimation and adaptivity
in numerical magnetohydrodynamics
| |

12.00-12.30 P Jimack (Leeds)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Anisotropic mesh refinement based upon error gradients
| |

14.00-15.00 B Engquist (Princeton)
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Heterogeneous multiscale methods for dynamical systems
| |

15.00-15.30 ~
| |

Workshop: Multiscale Modelling, Multiresolution
and Adaptivity Closing discussion
| |

13.55-14.00 | |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Opening Remarks
| |

14.00-15.00 M Falcone (Roma)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems A semi-Lagrangian scheme for mean curvature motion
| |

15.30-16.15 V Styles (Sussex)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Numerical analysis of models for diffusion induced grain boundary
motion
| |

16.15-17.00 R Nurnberg (Imperial College)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Finite element approximation of a void electromigration model
| |

17.00-17.45 FA Radu (Erlangen)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Finite element approximation of saturated/unsaturated flow and
reactive solute transport in porous media
| |

09.00-10.00 J Sprekels (Weierstrass)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Modelling and simulation of the sublimation growth of SiC bulk single
crystals
| |

10.00-11.00 PD Lax (New York)
| |

Zero dispersion limit | |

10.00-11.00 R Kimmel (Technion)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems On active contours, edge detection and segmentation
| |

11.30-12.30 CS Morawetz (New York)
| |

Mixed equations in fluid dynamics | |

11.30-12.30 Z Chen (Academia Sinica)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Sharp L^{1 }a posteriori error analysis for nonlinear
convection-diffusion problems
| |

14.00-15.00 BL Keyfitz (Houston)
| |

Self-similar solutions to multidimensional conservation laws | |

14.00-15.00 G Dziuk (Freiburg)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Numerical methods for conformally parametrized surfaces
| |

15.30-16.30 G-Q Chen (Evanston)
| |

Some recent methods for multidimensional conservation laws | |

15.30-16.15 C-J Heine (Freiburg)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Computations of form and stability of rotating drops with finite
elements
| |

16.15-17.00 N Goldenfeld (Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Phase field models for dendritic growth
| |

17.00-18.30 ~
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems | |

09.15-10.00 U Clarenz (Duisburg)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Surface restoration via Willmore-flow
| |

10.00-11.00 PD Lax (New York)
| |

Zero dispersion limit | |

10.00-11.00 R Kornhuber (Berlin)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Monotone multigrid for Allen-Cahn equations
| |

11.30-12.30 CS Morawetz (New York)
| |

Mixed equations in fluid dynamics | |

11.30-12.30 K Deckelnick (Magdeburg)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Eikonal equations with discontinuities: uniqueness and numerical
approximation
| |

14.00-15.00 BL Keyfitz (Houston)
| |

Self-similar solutions to multidimensional conservation laws | |

14.00-15.00 A Veeser (Milan)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Full-contact in a posteriori error estimation for obstacle problems
| |

15.30-16.30 G-Q Chen (Evanston)
| |

Some recent methods for multidimensional conservation laws | |

15.30-16.15 MB Hindmarsh (Sussex)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Relativistic motion by mean curvature
| |

16.15-17.00 M Benes (Prague)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Modified Allen-Cahn equation and applications
| |

10.00-11.00 PD Lax (New York)
| |

Zero dispersion limit | |

10.15-11.00 U Weikard (Duisburg)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Two models of phase transition
| |

11.30-12.30 CS Morawetz (New York)
| |

Mixed equations in fluid dynamics | |

11.30-12.30 E Baensch (Weierstrass)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Finite element methods for surface diffusion
| |

14.00-15.00 BL Keyfitz (Houston)
| |

Self-similar solutions to multidimensional conservation laws | |

14.00-15.00 A Schmidt (Bremen)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Adaptive finite element methods for phase field problems
| |

15.30-16.30 G-Q Chen (Evanston)
| |

Some recent methods for multidimensional conservation laws | |

15.30-16.15 O Lakkis (Crete)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems Computing epitaxial growth with attachment-detachment kinetics
| |

16.15-17.00 D Kessler (Maryland)
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems A posteriori error estimates for the Allen-Cahn problem: circumventing
Gronwall's nightmare
| |

17.00-18.30 ~
| |

Workshop: INTERPHASE 2003
Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems | |

09.30-11.00 EF Toro (Trento)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Scalar conservation laws and linear systems
| |

11.30-13.00 RJ LeVeque (Washington)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Numerical methods I
| |

14.00-15.30 RJ LeVeque (Washington)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Numerical methods II
| |

16.00-17.30 EF Toro (Trento)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Non-linear systems
| |

17.00-18.00 F Brezzi (Pavia)
| |

Theoretical & numerical questions related to thin elastic plates & shells | |

09.30-11.00 EF Toro (Trento)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Godunov methods and Riemann solvers I
| |

11.30-13.00 EF Toro (Trento)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Godunov methods and Riemann solvers II
| |

14.00-15.30 RJ LeVeque (Washington)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Wave-propagation methods for systems
| |

16.00-17.30 RJ LeVeque (Washington)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Wave-propagation methods for multidimensional problems
| |

09.30-11.00 CW Shu (Brown)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
ENO and WENO methods I
| |

09.30-10.15 M Dauge (Rennes)
| |

Regularity and singularities for Maxwell near edges and corners of a polyhedral conductor I | |

10.30-11.15 M Costabel (Rennes)
| |

Approximation of Maxwell singularities by higher order finite elements I | |

11.30-13.00 CW Shu (Brown)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
ENO and WENO methods II
| |

11.30-12.15 D Boffi (Pavia)
| |

Eigenvalue approximation of noncoercive operators | |

14.00-14.45 M Dauge (Rennes)
| |

Regularity and singularities for Maxwell near edges and corners of a polyhedral conductor II | |

14.45-15.30 M Costabel (Rennes)
| |

Approximation of Maxwell singularities by higher order finite elements II | |

16.00-16.45 D Boffi (Pavia)
| |

Discrete compactness and convergence of Maxwell eigenvalues | |

09.30-11.00 CW Shu (Brown)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
ENO and WENO methods III
| |

11.30-13.00 EF Toro (Trento)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
ADER methods
| |

14.00-15.30 CW Shu (Brown)
| |

Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods I
| |

16.00-17.30 CW Shu (Brown)
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Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods II
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09.30-11.00 CW Shu (Brown)
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Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Application to traffic flow problems
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11.30-13.00 EF Toro (Trento)
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Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Application to environmental flows
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14.00-15.30 RJ LeVeque (Washington)
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Workshop: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Application to astrophysics
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14.00-15.00 K Khanin (INI)
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Global shocks structure for random forced Burgers equation | |

15.30-17.30 | |

Workshop: FEMLAB Seminar
Mathematical modelling in FEMLAB
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10.00-11.00 SL Gavrilyuk (Aix-Marseille III)
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Mechanics of fluids with internal inertia | |

11.30-12.30 SL Gavrilyuk (Aix-Marseille III)
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Two-fluid hyperbolic models: a variational approach | |

11.30-11.50 I Graham (Bath)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Finite elements on degenerate meshes
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11.50-12.10 K Mikula (Slovak)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Image processing with partial differential equations
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12.10-12.30 K Guganesharajah (Mott MacDonald Ltd)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Mott MacDonald's computational hydraulic and eco system model
HYDRO-3D
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14.00-14.20 A Logg (Chalmers)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Adaptive explicit time-stepping for stiff ODEs
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14.20-14.40 C Carstensen (Vienna)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Averaging FE error control
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16.30-16.50 F Gardini (Pavia)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Discrete compactness property for quadrilateral finite element spaces
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16.50-17.10 S Larsson (Chalmers)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Finite element approximation of parabolic stochastic partial
differential equation
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17.10-17.30 C Makridakis (Crete)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
A posteriori estimates for evolution problems and continuous
reconstructions
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09.45-10.05 J Long (COMSOL Ltd)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Flexible finite element modelling in FEMLAB
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10.05-10.25 B Guo (Manitoba)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Mathematical foundation for the p-version of the finite element
method
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10.25-10.45 R Nochetto (Maryland)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Optimal relaxation parameter for the Uzawa method
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11.30-11.50 Z Chen (LSEC)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
An adaptive FE method with perfectly matched absorbing layers for the
wave scattering by periodic structures
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11.50-12.10 D Boffi (Pavia)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Finite element approximation to evolution problems in mixed form
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12.10-12.30 P Monk (Delaware)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
A discontinuous Galerkin method for symmetric hyperbolic systems
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14.00-14.20 L Gastaldi (Brescia)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
Finite element approach to the immersed boundary method
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14.20-14.40 C Johnson (Chalmers)
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Workshop: The First European Finite Element Fair
The deep connections between Bebop and finite elements
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11.00-12.00 M Luskin (Minneapolis)
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Workshop: Partial Differential Equations and Computational
Material Science and Solid Mechanics Metastability and microstructure in structural phase transformations
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14.00-15.00 C Le Bris (CERMICS)
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Workshop: Partial Differential Equations and Computational
Material Science and Solid Mechanics Inserting the atomic scale in computational materials science: state
of the art and challenges
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15.30-16.30 H Garcke (Regensburg)
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Workshop: Partial Differential Equations and Computational
Material Science and Solid Mechanics Phase field models for diffusional phase transformations in
multi-component alloys
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10.00-11.00 W Dreyer (WIAS)
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On the influence of mechanical fields on chemistry, diffusion and interface motion in solids | |

11.30-12.30 P Plechac (Warwick)
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Approximation of lattice systems at finite temperature | |

14.00-15.00 M Katsoulakis (Massachusetts)
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Coarse-grained stochastic processes and Monte Carlo simulations in lattice systems | |

10.00-11.00 A Kapila (Rensselaer Poly.)
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Models of evolution to detonation in high-energy explosives I | |

11.30-12.30 A Kapila (Rensselaer Poly.)
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Models of evolution to detonation in high-energy explosives II | |

10.00-11.00 E Romenski (Russia)
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Hyperbolic conservative model for compresible 2-phase flow | |

11.30-12.30 W Craig (MacMaster)
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Travelling surface water waves | |

10.00-11.00 S Jin (Wisconsin)
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Computation of multi-valued solutions in non-linear PDEs | |

09.55-10.00 EF Toro (Trento)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Opening
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10.00-11.00 PK Sweby (Reading)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws TVD schemes
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11.30-12.30 E Suli (Oxford)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Hp-adaptive finite element approximations of hyperbolic problems
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14.00-15.00 J Bell (Berkeley)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws High-order methods for reacting flows
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15.30-16.30 L Pareschi (Ferrara)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws High-order time discretisation methods for hyperbolic systems with
relaxation
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16.30-17.30 G Puppo (Torino)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Adaptive algorithms for conservation laws
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10.00-11.00 CW Shu (Brown)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws High order WENO schemes
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11.30-12.30 EF Toro (Trento)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws The ADER approach
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14.00-15.00 G Russo (Catania)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws High order central Runge-Kutta schemes for conservation laws
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15.30-16.30 VA Titarev (Trento)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws A class of centred WENO schemes for multidimensional hyperbolic
conservation laws
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16.30-17.30 CM Elliott (Sussex)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Discretisation of mean field vortex density models in Type II
superconductors
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10.00-11.00 M Kaeser (Munchen)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws ADER schemes on adaptive unstructured meshes
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11.30-12.30 M Dumbser, T Schwartzkopff, CD Munz (Stuttgart)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Improvements of the ADER approach for finite volume and discontinuous
Galerkin schemes
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14.00-15.00 S Feistauer (Prague)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Discontinuous Galerkin methods, a natural way to obtain higher order
schemes for conservation laws and compressible flow
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15.30-16.30 Y Takakura (Tokyo)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Various forms of the ADER approach
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16.30-17.30 KA Lie (Oslo)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws New limiter based smoothness indicators and artificial compression
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10.00-11.00 JJW van der Vegt (Twente)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods for hyperbolic PDE's
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11.30-12.30 M Hubbard (Leeds)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Positivity preserving finite element methods for hyperbolic problems
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14.00-15.00 PL Roe (Michigan)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Limiters for very high-order schemes - part of the problem or part of
the solution?
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15.30-16.30 N Nikiforakis, B Walker (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws A multiple Riemann problem based approach for global atmospheric
tracer-transport modelling
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16.30-17.30 M Slemrod (Wisconsin)
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Workshop: Very-High Order Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic
Conservation Laws Initial-boundary value problems for plasmas
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10.00-11.00 JM Stewart (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Recent Activity on Numerical General Relativity
Hewlett Packard Day The Geroch reduction and axisymmetry in numerical relativity
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11.30-12.30 I Hawke (Golm)
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Workshop: Recent Activity on Numerical General Relativity
Hewlett Packard Day Recent progress in numerical relativity at the AEI: Binary black hole
inspiral and merger
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14.00-15.00 JM Marti (Valencia)
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Workshop: Recent Activity on Numerical General Relativity
Hewlett Packard Day Recent advances in numerical RHD and RMHD with applications in
Astrophysics
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15.30-16.30 E Seidel (Golm)
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Workshop: Recent Activity on Numerical General Relativity
Hewlett Packard Day Applications in numerical relativity; black holes and more
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10.00-11.00 A Prohl (ETH Zurich)
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Numerical analysis of nematic liquid crystals | |

11.30-12.30 X Feng (Tennessee)
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Total variation flow | |

11.00-12.00 S Klainerman (Princeton)
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The Cauchy problem for the Einstein vacuum equations | |

11.00-12.00 S Klainerman (Princeton)
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The Cauchy problem for the Einstein vacuum equations | |

14.30-15.30 R Rodri'guez (Concepcio'n)
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Finite element analysis of an electromagnetic problem arising from the simulation of metallurgical electrodes | |

16.00-17.00 RG Duran' (Buenos Aires)
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Neumann problems for elliptic equations in domains with cusps | |

11.00-12.00 S Klainerman (Princeton)
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The Cauchy problem for the Einstein vacuum equations | |

11.00-12.00 S Wu (Harvard)
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Water waves | |

11.00-12.00 B Temple (Davis)
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Shock wave solutions of the Einstein equations | |

11.00-12.00 B Temple (Davis)
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Shock wave solutions of the Einstein equations | |

11.00-12.00 B Temple (Davis)
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Shock wave solutions of the Einstein equations | |

11.00-12.00 B Temple (Davis)
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Workshop: Mathematics of Finite Elements and Applications
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11.00-12.00 B Temple (Davis)
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Workshop: Mathematics of Finite Elements and Applications
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11.00-12.00 B Temple (Davis)
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Workshop: Mathematics of Finite Elements and Applications
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10.00-11.00 J Smoller (Ann Arbor)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
The interaction of gravity with other force fields
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11.30-12.30 O Reula (Cordoba)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Strongly hyperbolic systems of evolution equations
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14.00-15.00 A Rendall (Golm)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Late-time asymptotics of expanding cosmological models
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15.30-16.30 JM Stewart (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Gravitational shock waves
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15.30-16.30 JM Stewart (Cambridge)
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Workshop: Mathematics of Finite Elements and Applications
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10.00-11.00 G Zeghib (Lyon)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
On conformal Lorentz dynamics
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11.30-12.30 M Dafermos (Cambridge, USA)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
The interior of charged black holes and the problem of uniqueness in
general relativity
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14.00-15.00 A Linden (Canberra)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Static spherically symmetric Einstein SU (2) spacetimes
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15.30-16.30 S Klainerman (Princeton)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
On the Cauchy problem in GR
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10.00-11.00 I Rodnianski (Princeton)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Mathematical aspects of the Einstein vacuum equations
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11.30-12.30 H Friedrich (Golm)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Conformal Einstein evolution
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14.00-15.00 MAH ~MacCallum (London)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Polyhomogeneous asymptotics in spacetimes
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15.30-16.30 S Komissarov (Leeds)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Degenerate electrodynamics and astrophysics of black holes
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10.00-11.00 B Temple (Davis)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Initial value problem with shock waves in spherically symmetric
spacetimes
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11.30-12.30 H Lindblad (San Diego)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Well posedness for the motion of the free surface boundary of a
compressible fluid
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14.00-15.00 LJ Mason (Oxford)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Scattering theory in general relativity
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15.30-16.30 JB Griffiths (Loughborough)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Some exact shock gravitational waves
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10.00-11.00 C Bona Garcia (Palma de Mallorca)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Hyperbolic formulations of Einstein's field equations
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10.00-11.00 PB Bochev (Sandia National Lab)
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Constrained interpolation algorithms for divergence free remap | |

11.30-12.30 JA Font (Burjassot)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Simulations of relativistic astrophysical flows using Riemann solvers
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14.00-15.00 F Melnyk (Bordeaux)
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Workshop: Hyperbolic Models in Astrophysics and Cosmology
Scattering on (DeSitter-) Reissner-Nordstrom metric and Hawking effect
for spin 1/2 fields
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17.00-18.00 J Smoller (Michigan)
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Cosmology: the large scale structure of the universe | |

11.00-12.00 F Nicolo (Roma)
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Asymptotic behavior of the Riemann tensor in a class of vacuum Einstein spacetimes | |

11.00-12.00 H Friedrich (Golm)
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The initial boundary value problem for Einstein's field equations | |

11.00-12.00 S Ukai (Tokyo)
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Recent topics on the half-space problem of the Boltzmann equation | |

10.00-11.00 J-H Wang (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
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On the large time step (LTS) schemes for hyperbolic conservation laws | |

11.00-12.00 LF Dinu (Bucharest)
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An example of interaction between two gasdynamic objects: a shock discontinuity and a model of turbulence | |

11.00-12.00 F Finster (Leipzig)
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Linear hyperbolic equations in a black hole geometry | |

11.00-12.00 F Finster (Leipzig)
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Linear hyperbolic equations in a black hole geometry | |

11.00-12.00 F Finster (Leipzig)
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The Dirac sea and the principle of the fermionic projector | |

14.00-15.00 EF Toro (Trento)
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Some developments on numerical fluxes for solving hyperbolic equations | |

11.00-12.00 F Finster (Leipzig)
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The Dirac sea and the principle of the fermionic projector | |

14.00-15.00 Y Trakhinin (Hull)
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Stability of MHD shock discontinuities: recent results for fast shocks | |

Mustapha Amrani

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