Advances in Nonlinear Analysis

May 30 - June 1, 2003

Center for Nonlinear Analysis
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh

Photo: Mei Wang

The scope of this conference was to bring together mathematicians from various areas in nonlinear analysis, in particular calculus of variations, partial differential equations and multiscale phenomena. The program included invited talks and short communications.
The conference started with the welcome speech of the Director of the Center for Nonlinear Analysis, Irene Fonseca, and the first talk given by Giovanni Dal Maso (see pictures below). All conference pictures are now available.

       Photos: Marc Oliver Rieger

List of Main Speakers:

E. Acerbi, Parma
G. Alberti, Pisa
K. Bhattacharya, Caltech
A. Braides, Rome
G. Buttazzo, Pisa
B. Dacorogna, Lausanne
G. Dal Maso, SISSA, Trieste
G. Dolzmann, Maryland
G. Friesecke, Warwick
A. Garroni, Rome
R. D. James, Minneapolis
R. V. Kohn, Courant, New York
J. Malý, Charles University, Prague
P. Marcellini, Florence

Conference Organizers:

Giovanni Leoni, Massimiliano Morini, Marc Oliver Rieger


Conference web pages designed by Marc Oliver Rieger.

The CNA, established in 1991, is a National Science Foundation sponsored research and training center concentrating in the areas including nonlinear analysis, continuum mechanics, scientific computation, and mathematical finance.