Organizer: Takayoshi Ogawa
This session is devoted to recent progress on the theory of partial differential equations, focussing on dissipative structure and related topics in mathematical fluid mechanics. Dissipative structure is a principal means of describing mathematical fluid mechanics as represented by equations such as the compressible and incompressible Navier-Stokes. The session speakers will present various aspects of such problems, relating not merely to applications in fluid mechanics but also to topics connected to harmonic and geometric analysis.
Plenary speaker: Neil Trudinger, Australian National University.
- Senjo Shimizu, Kyoto University;
- Thomas Sideris, University of California, Santa Barbara;
- Baoxiang Wang, Peking University;
- Glen Wheeler, University of Wollongong.
|00:20 – 01:10||Thomas Sideris|
|01:10 – 02:00||Baoxiang Wang|
|02:10 – 03:00||Glen Wheeler|
|03:00 – 03:50||Senjo Shimizu|