UK-Japan PDE Workshop, 16-18 May, Swansea

UK-Japan Workshop on Analysis of Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations

16-18 May 2018

Mathematics Department, Swansea University

Link to workshop

The aim of the workshop is to bring to Swansea a group of leading Japanese and UK nonlinear PDE experts for an exchange of ideas, with the aim of building world-leading research collaborations. Japan has a longstanding tradition of first-class research in the fundamental analysis of nonlinear PDE and their applications, with particular strength in PDE arising in models from biology and materials science. The proposed event is intended as a springboard to launch new and lasting UK-Japan links.

The research topics of the workshop will focus around two closely interconnected themes:

  • travelling wave solutions of reaction-diffusion equations and systems
  • nonlinear Schrödinger equations with nonlocal interactions

The meeting is supported by the London Mathematical Society via Conference Grants – Scheme 1. The meeting is open to all and will provide an opportunity for established as well as early career researchers to present their recent results.

Invited Speakers

  • Goro Akagi (Tohoku University, Sendai)
  • Catherine Bandle (University of Basel)
  • Manuel Del Pino (University of Bath)
  • Dmitri Finkelshtein (Swansea University)
  • Danielle Hilhorst (Paris-Sud University)
  • Norihisa Ikoma (Keio University, Yokohama)
  • Michinori Ishiwata (Osaka University, Toyonaka)
  • Toru Kan (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
  • Dante Kalise (Imperial College London)
  • Tatsuki Kawakami (Ryukoku University, Otsu)
  • Satoshi Masaki (Osaka University, Toyonaka)
  • Carlo Mercuri (Swansea University)
  • Monica Musso (University of Bath)
  • Hirokazu Ninomiya (Meiji University, Tokyo)
  • Michael Ruzhansky (Imperial College London)
  • Futoshi Takahashi (Osaka City University, Osaka)
  • Jin Takahashi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Limited funds are available to contribute to expenses of UK postgraduate students, see Registration page for more details.

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