Prague, Czech Republic, 17.–19. 12. 2010



The lectures will be delivered by:

Helmut Abels Universität Regensburg Diffuse interface model for compressible and incompressible two-phase flows of viscous fluids
Dorin Bucur Université de Savoie About the rugosity effect
Reinhard Farwig Technische Universität Darmstadt Flow around rotating obstacles: Basic questions and surprising results
Jens Frehse Universität Bonn Regularity properties of elastic-pefect plastic deformations
Maurizio Grasselli Politecnico di Milano Attractors of evolution equations of incompressible isothermal binary fluid mixtures
Piotr Gwiazda Uniwersytet Warszawski On scalar hyperbolic conservation laws with a discontinuous flux
Martin Heida Universität Heidelberg On compressible Korteweg fluid-like materials
Karol Mikula Slovenská technická univerzita v Bratislave Nonlinear PDEs, their numerical solution and applications in biomedical image processing
Piotr Boguslaw Mucha Uniwersytet Warszawski The existence of traveling waves for Boussinesq system in 3D channel
Adrian Muntean Technische Universiteit Eindhoven Modeling with measures pedestrians' crowd behavior in heterogeneous domains
Antonín Novotný Université Toulon et du Var Some topics in the mathematical theory of the Navier-Stokes-Fourier system
Elisabetta Rocca Universita' degli studi di Milano A non-isothermal model for nematic liquid crystals
Giulio Schimperna Università di Pavia On some doubly nonlinear generalizations of the Cahn-Hilliard equation
Mark Steinhauer Universität Koblenz-Landau Static and quasistatic Norton-Hoff Approximations: Regularity properties in 2D
Peter Takáč Universität Rostock (Non-)existence of phase transition solutions for a quasilinear elliptic problem (via optimal regularity and Pohozhaev's identity)

Other lectues will be delivered by former doctoral students who started their career in the Center, namely:

Miroslav Bulíček On unsteady flows of implicitly constituted incompressible fluids
Jaroslav Hron Monolithic FEM techniques for nonlinear flow with temperature, concentration, pressure and shear-dependent viscosity
Václav Kučera The discontinuous Galerkin method: Theory and applications
Jiří Mikyška Implementation of higher-order methods for robust and efficient compositional simulation
Vít Průša Jump conditions in stress relaxation and creep experiments of Burgers type fluids---A study in the application of Colombeau algebra of generalized functions
Jan Stebel Domain dependence of incompressible fluids subject to Navier's slip

See the lectures page for abstracts.


A detailed schedule of the workshop can be downloaded here. The lectures will take place at the following locations. The sessions are supposed to start at 9 AM and end at 6 PM (including breaks) every day. On Saturday we plan to go for a dinner.

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