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Date and time
Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 09:00 to Friday, September 6, 2019 - 15:00
Address
Hollybank Building, Room CHB009
51 Liverpool Road
Chester
Cheshire
CH2 1AB
United Kingdom

About the Event

Recent trends in Stochastic Analysis and Partial Differential Equations

5 - 6 Sep 2019

The aim of this one and a half-day workshop will be twofold: Bringing together researchers from stochastics and applied mathematics to discuss novel mathematical methods concerning materials that are undergoing phase-change, and also to promote and strengthen the research interaction in the UK research community.

Supported by an LMS Conferences – Scheme 1 Grant.

For any information, please contact the organizers Dimitra Antonopoulou and Georgia Karali.

Plenary speakers:

Dirk Blömker, University of Augsburg, Germany
Neville Ford, University of Chester, UK
Xue-Mei Li, Imperial College London, UK
Tadahiro Oh, University of Edinburgh, UK
Paul Razafimandimby, University of York, UK
Adrien Richou, University of Bordeaux, France
Tony Shardlow, University of Bath, UK
Israel Michael Sigal, University of Toronto, Canada
Aaron Nung Kwan Yip, Purdue University, USA
Johannes Zimmer, University of Bath, UK

Contributed talks:

Dimitra Antonopoulou, University of Chester, UK
Marina Bitsaki, University of Crete, Greece
Federico Cornalba, University of Bath, UK
Dimitris Farazakis, University of Crete, Greece
Johann Gehringer, Imperial College London, UK
Georgia Karali, University of Crete, Greece
Nikos Kavallaris, University of Chester, UK
Jason Roberts, University of Chester, UK
Alexander Schindler, University of Augsburg, Germany

We plan to host a poster session where graduate students are encouraged to participate. If you wish to present a poster please send an e-mail with title and abstract to:
d.antonopoulou@chester.ac.uk, gkarali@uoc.gr

The deadline for submissions is August 6.

Some limited financial support is available; this can be requested at the same time as the application to participate and present a poster.

Female graduate students are especially encouraged to apply.

Directions

Address

Hollybank Building, Room CHB009
51 Liverpool Road
Chester
Cheshire
CH2 1AB
United Kingdom