Organized by Yanyan Li (Rutgers University) and Fanghua Lin (Courant Institute). These activities are financed by NSF-DMS-FRG: Collaborative Research : Emerging Issues in the Sciences Involving Non-Standard Diffusion, coordinated by Henri Berestycki, Luis Caffarelli, Yanyan Li, Fanghua Lin and Luis Silvestre.
During May 13-22, 2013, we will have a concentration period involving issues on nonlinear elliptic and parabolic equations with non-standard diffusion and applications.
The first part, May 13-18, will be at Rutgers University, while the second part, May 20-22, will be at Courant Institute.
Poster for detailed information.
Mini-course by Luis Caffarelli
The Monge–Ampère equation and some nonlocal variations
Mini-course by C. Robin Graham
Dirichlet problem on asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds
Mini-course by Fanghua Lin
A couple of problems in the theory of homogenization
Sharp isoperimetric inequalities via the ABP method
María del Mar González
The CR fractional Laplacian and the fractional CR Yamabe problem
Solutions of some Monge–Ampère equations with degeneracy or singularities
Free boundary problems and their geometric regularity theory
Approximate cloaking by mapping
Global weak solution of the general Ericksen-Leslie system in dimension two
Blowup solutions to Liouville systems and Toda systems
First two days (May 13, 14): CoRE Building Lecture Hall
May 15-18: Hill Center 705
\(\blacktriangleright \) Part II. May 20-22, 2013, Courant InstituteRecent Advances in Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
Invited speakers: Henri Berestycki, Haïm Brezis\(^*\), Luis Caffarelli, Alice Chang, Irene Gamba, Wilfrid Gangbo\(^\ast\), Alessio Figalli, Yanyan Li, Fanghua Lin, Régis Monneau, Manuel Del Pino, Jean-Michel Roquejoffre, Ovidiu Savin, Luis Silvestre, Juncheng Wei.
\(*\) to be confirmed.
Lodging information at Rutgers during May 12-19, 2013:
If you are interested in participating, please fill the registration form.
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