Wednesday. Sept. 24 | |
8:30-9:10 | Barbara Keyfitz, Fields Institute The Trouble with Conservation Laws |
9:10-9:50 | Susan Friedlander, University of Southern California Kolmogorov's Turbulence, Onsager's Conjecture and a Dyadic Model for the Fluid Equations. |
9:50-10:30 | Michael Jolly, University of Indiana Estimates on enstrophy, palinstrophy, and invariant measures for 2-D turbulence |
10:30-10:50 | Coffee Break |
10:50-11:30 | Stefan Siegmund, Dresden University of Technology Differential Equations with Random Delay |
11:30-12:10 | James Muldowney, University of Alberta Bendixson conditions for differential equations in Banach Spaces |
12:10-2:00 | Lunch |
2:00-2:40 | Horst R. Thieme, Arizona State University Differentiability of convolutions |
2:40-3:20 | Hildebrando Rodrigues, Icmc-Universidade de Sao Paulo TBA |
3:20-4:00 | Alexandre N. Carvalho,Universidade de São Paulo Continuity of attractors and of its characterization |
4:00-4:20 | Coffee Break |
4:20-5:00 | Yuncheng You, University of South Florida Global Dynamics of Cubic Autocatalytic Reaction-Diffusion Systems |
5:00-5:40 | Arnd Scheel, University of Minnesota How robust are Liesegang patterns? |
5:40-6:20 | George Sell, University of Minnesota TBA |
7:00------- | Reception |
Thursday Sept. 25 | |
8:30-9:10 | Genevieve Raugel, Paris de Sud Dynamics of some equations in fluid mechanics |
9:10-9:50 | Stephen Schecter, North Carolina State University Stability of fronts in gasless combustion |
9:50-10:30 | Wenzhang Huang, University of Alabama in Huntsville The Minimum Wave Speed of Traveling Waves for a Competition Model |
10:30-10:50 | Coffee Break |
10:50-11:30 | Hiroshi Matano, Tokyo A braid-group method for blow-up in nonlinear heat equations. |
11:30-12:10 | Xiaoqiang Zhao, Memorial University of Newfoundland Spatial Dynamics of Abstract Monostable Evolution Systems With Applications |
12:10-2:00 | Lunch |
2:00-2:40 | Sérgio Oliva, Universidade de São Paulo Analytical Methods for Approximation Schemes in Partial Functional Differential Equations |
2:40-3:20 | Arno Berger, University of Alberta Digits and dynamics: from finite data to infinite dimensions |
3:20-4:00 | Marta Lewicka, University of Minnesota Derivation of shell theories from 3d nonlinear elasticity. |
4:00-4:20 | Coffee Break |
4:20-5:00 | Peter Bates, Michigan State Approximately Invariant Manifolds and Global Dynamics of Spike States |
5:00-5:40 | Chongchun Zeng, Georgia Tech Unstable manifolds and $L^2$ nonlinear instability of the Euler equation |
5:40-6:20 | Xing Liang, University of Science and Technology of
China and University of Tokyo A variational problem associated with the minimal speed of travelling waves for spatially periodic reaction-diffusion equations. |
Friday Sept. 26 | |
8:30-9:10 | Michael C. Mackey, McGill University Temporal Dynamics in the Tryptophan and Lactose Operons |
9:10-9:50 | Tibor Krisztin, University of Szeged Morse decomposition for differential equations with state-dependent delay |
9:50-10:30 | Hans-Otto Walther, Universität Giessen Algebraic-delay differential systems, state-dependent delay, and temporal order of reactions |
10:30-10:50 | Coffee Break |
10:50-11:30 | Roger Nussbaum, Rutgers University Nonlinear Differential-Delay Equations with State Dependent Time Lag(s) |
11:30-12:10 | Carmen Núñez, University of Valladolid Global attractivity in monotone concave differential equations with infinite delay |
12:10-2:00 | Lunch |
2:00-2:40 | Rafael Obaya, Universidad de Valladolid Exponential ordering for scalar neutral functional differential equations with infinite delay. |
2:40-3:20 | Bernhard Lani-Wayda, JLU Gießen Attractors for delay equations with monotone and non-monotone feedback |
3:20-4:00 | Yuan Yuan, Memorial University of Newfoundland Pattern Formation in a Ring Network with Delay. |
4:00-4:20 | Coffee Break |
4:20 p.m. | Yingfei Yi, Georgia Institute of Technology TBA Pietro-Luciano Buono, University of Ontario Institute of Technology/ Realization of critical eigenvalues for linear scalar and symmetric delay-differential equations Connell McCluskey, Wilfrid Laurier University A Global Result for a Disease Model with Infinite Delay Yuming Chen, Wilfrid Laurier University The global attractor of a delayed differential system Meng Fan, Northeast Normal University TBA Huaiping Zhu, York University TBA Dmitry Vorotnikov, Voronezh State University, TBA |
Saturday Sept. 27 | |
8:30-9:10 | Martin Golubitsky, Mathematical Biosciences Institute,
Ohio State University Feed-forward networks near Hopf bifurcation |
9:10-9:50 | Gail S. K. Wolkowicz, McMaster University Comparison of Predator-Prey Models with Discrete Time Delay |
9:50-10:30 | Sue Ann Campbell, University of Waterloo Delay Induced Canards |
10:30-10:50 | Coffee Break |
10:50-11:30 | Shigui Ruan, University of Miami, Center Manifolds for Semilinear Equations with Non-dense Domain and Applications on Hopf Bifurcation in Age Structured Models |
11:30-12:10 | Pierre Magal, University Le Havre Semilinear Non-densely Defined Cauchy Problems: Center Manifold Theorem and Applications |
12:10-2:00 | Lunch |
2:00-2:40 | Konstantin Mischaikow, Rutgers University Building a Database for Global Dynamics of Parameterized Nonlinear Systems |
2:40-3:20 | Xiao-Biao Lin, University of North Carolina Traveling Wave Solutions of a Model of Liquid/Vapor Phase Transition |
3:20-4:00 | Wenxian Shen, Auburn University Spreading and Generalized Propagating Speeds of KPP Models in Time Varying Environments |
4:00-4:20 | Coffee Break |
4:20-5:00 | Ken Palmer, National Taiwan University Homoclinic Orbits in Singularly Perturbed Systems |
5:00-5:40 | Weishi Liu, University of Kansas Effects of some turning points on global dynamics |
5:40-6:20 | John Mallet-Paret, Brown University |
7:00------- | Banquet |
Sunday Sept. 28 | |
8:30-9:10 | Peter Polacik, University of Minnesota Parabolic Liouville theorems and their applications. |
9:10-9:50 | Stephen Gourley, University of Surrey A Nonlocal Reaction-Diffusion Model for Cellular Adhesion |
9:50-10:30 | Xingfu Zou, University of Western Ontario Impact of map dynamics on the dynamics of the associated delay reaction diffusion equation with Neumann condition |
10:30-10:50 | Coffee Break |
10:50-11:30 | Chris Cosner, University of Miami Beyond diffusion: conditional dispersal in ecological models |
11:30-12:10 | Walter Craig, McMaster University Lagrangian and resonant tori for Hamiltonian PDEs |