Center for Nonlinear Analysis 




Frontiers
of Applied Analysis 

September
8  10, 2005 



Thursday, September 8 
Friday, September 9 

Time 
Room 

Time 
Room 


3:00  3:20 
A 
Stanislav Antontsev 
3:003:20 
A 
Marion Bocea 



Novosibirsk State University 


University of Utah 



Parabolic Equations with 


Polycrystal Plasticity via
Power 



Anisotropic Nonuniform Degeneracy 


Law Asymptotics 


B 
Sarka Necesova 

B 
Rima Gandlin 



Czech Technical University 


Carnegie Mellon University 



On the Steady Fall of a Rigid 


Mathematical
Challenges in 



Body in a Viscous Fluid 


Contemporary Biology 

3:20  3:40 
A 
Radu Ignat 
3:20  3:40 
A 
Adrian Tudorascu 



University of Paris 6 


Georgia Institute of Technology 



Optimal Lifting for BV Functions 


On constrained Optimization in 



into S^{1} 


the Wasserstein metric 


B 
Nicola Costanzino 

B 
Maria Emelianenko 



Brown Univ. & Univ. of N. Carolina 


Carnegie Mellon University 



High Frequency Planar Stability 


A
Nonlinear Energybased 



Criteria and the Existence of 


Multilevel Quantization Scheme 



Curved Multidimensional 






Inviscid Detonation Waves 




3:40  4:15 

Coffee Break 
3:40  4:15 

Coffee Break 

4:15  4:35 
A 
Tunde Jakab 
4:15  4:35 
A 
Martin Lazar 



University of Missouri 


University of Zagreb 



Parabolic nitial Boundary Value 


Hmeasures
applied to 



Problems on Besov Spaces 


parabolic equations 


B 
Melvin Leok 

B 
Honglie Dong 



University of Michigan 


University of Minnesota 



Computational Geometric 


Rate of Convergence of Finite 



Mechanics and Control Theory 


Difference Approximation 

4:35  4:55 
A 
An Le 
4:35  4:55 
A 
Vincent Millot 



University of Utah 


Carnegie Mellon University 



Eigenvalue Problems for 


Energy
with Weight for 



the pLaplacian 


S2Valued Maps 


B 
Sarthok Sircar 

B 
Yekateri Epshteyn 



Florida State University 


University of Pittsburgh 



Solutions of the Smoluchowski 


AdamsStolz
Deconvolution 



Equation for Nematic Polymers 


LES Models 



Under imposed Fields 




4:55  5:15 
A 
Phuc Nguyen 
4:55  5:15 
A 
Faustino Maestre Caballero 



University of Missouri 


Univ. de CastillaLa Mancha 



Quasilinear and Hessian Equations 


Explicit quasiconvexification
in 



of LaneEmden Type 


3D for an optimal design problem 


B 
Allen Tesdall 

B 
Richard Kollar 



University of California, Davis 


University of Michigan 



SelfSimilar and Steady Solutions for 


Stability of vortices in




Weak Shock Reflection 


BoseEinstein Condensates 

5:15  5:35 
A 
Eugen Varvaruca 
5:15  5:35 
A 
Lorina Varvaruca 



University of Bath 


University of Bath 



Singularities for Bernoulli 


On
the Quasiconvexity of a 



Free Boundaries 


Functional in Nonlinear Elasticity 


B 
Marko Vrdoljak 

B 
Gal Zahavi 



University of Zagreb 


Weizmann Institute 



Optimal Design in Conductivity 


Taylor Grid Discretization for 



Prolems with Multiple States 


Evolution Partial Differential 

5:35  5:55 
A 
Katarina Jegdic/td>
 5:35  5:55 
A 
Jason Morris 



University of Houston 


University of Alabama 



Transonic Regular Reflection for 


Nonlinear
parabolic PDEs 



the Nonlinear Wave System 


with conditions at infinity 



Room A = Singleton Room 

Room B = Physical PLant Building 300 







