Center for Nonlinear Analysis

Frontiers of Applied Analysis 
September 8-10, 2005

Location: Singleton Room, Roberts Hall

  Thursday Friday Saturday
Time 8-Sep 9-Sep 10-Sep
8:00 - 8:30 Continental breakfast, Singleton Room Continental breakfast Continental Breakfast
8:30 - 9:00 Welcome Remarks: Singleton Room Singleton Room
  Dean Richard McCullough Roberts Hall Roberts Hall
  Mellon College of Science    
  Carnegie Mellon University    
  Jagdish Chandra    
  George Washington University    
  Roy Nicolaides, Department Head of the    
  Department of Mathematical Sciences    
  Carnegie Mellon University    
  Irene Fonseca    
  Director of the Center for Nonlinear Analysis    
9:00 - 9:45 Louis Nirenberg Ivar Ekeland Emmanuele DiBenedetto
  Courant Institute Pacific Institute for the  Vanderbilt University
  A Geometric Problem and the  Mathematical Sciences, Vancouver Homogenized Limits in Visual 
  Hopf Lemma Optimal Transportation, Matching Transduction:  The Role of the Incisures
    Problems and Economic Equilibrium  
10:00 - 10:45 Haim Brezis Andrew Majda Fang-Hua Lin
  Rutgers University Courant Institute Courant Institute
  New types of Sobolev-Nirenberg New Waves, PDEs, and Coarse-Grained  Semi-Classical Limit of the
  imbeddings, isoperimetric inequalities Stochastic Lattice Models for the Tropics Gross-Pitaeveskii Equations
  and Elliptic  Estimates in L1   in an Exterior Domain
10:45 - 11:15 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
11:15 - 12:00 Willi Jäger  Barbara Keyfitz Hiroshi Matano
  University of Heidelberg Fields Institute University of Tokyo
  Multiscale Modelling in Biosciences-  Can Self-Similar Problems Tell  A Variational Approach for Quasi-Periodic
  Ion Transport Through Membranes us Anything about Multi-Dimensional  Fronts in Allen-Cahn Model  
    Conservation Laws?     
12:00 - 1:50 Lunch Lunch Lunch
1:50 - 2:00 Welcome Remarks:    
  Mort Gurtin    
  Carnegie Mellon University    
2:00 - 2:45 Weinan E Gregory Lawler Douglas Arnold
  Princeton University Cornell University University of Minnesota
  Mathematical Theory of Solids: From Atomic  Conformal Invariance and Differential Complexes and 
  to Macroscopic Scales Two-Dimensional Polymers Stability of Finite Element Methods
3:00 - 3:45  
Stanley Osher
  Special Sessions Contributed Talks Special Sessions Contributed Talks University of California, Los Angeles
      An Iterative Regularization Method  and 
      Inverse Scale Space for Image Restoration
3:45 - 4:15 Coffee break Coffee break  
4:15 - 5:30 Special Sessions Contributed Talks Special Sessions Contributed Talks  
6:30   Welcome Reception  
    Schatz Dining Room  
    University Center  

Room A = Singleton Room 
Room B = Physical Plant Building 300 


Thursday morning: David Kinderlehrer 
Thursday afternoon: Irene Fonseca 
Thursday contributed talks: Room A - Kavita Ramanan 
Thursday contributed talks: Room B - Bob Pego 

Friday morning: Roy Nicolaides 
Friday afternoon: Bob Pego 
Friday contributed talks: Room A - 3:00 - 4:35 Irene Fonseca, 4:35 David Kinderlehrer 
Friday contributed talks: Room B - Noel Walkington 

Saturday morning: Giovanni Leoni 
Saturday afternoon: Shlomo Ta'asan