Nonlinear Differential Equations, Mechanics and Bifurcation
A conference in honor of David G. Schaeffer
Monday May 20th to Wednesday May 22nd, 2002
Searle Conference Center
The central theme of the conference is the role of nonlinearity in physical
systems, especially elasticity, granular materials and fluid flow. The conference
will honor the contributions of Professor David G. Schaeffer to the fields
of ordinary and partial differential equations, mechanics and bifurcation,
and to industrial mathematics.
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Deadlines: Pre-registration - April 15.
Deadline for posters and travel grants April 1.
Deadline for hotel reservations - May 3!
- Robert P. Behringer,
Dept of Physics, Duke University.
- Andrea L. Bertozzi, Dept
of Mathematics and Physics, Duke University.
- M. Gregory Forest, Dept
of Mathematics, UNC-Chapel Hill.
- Martin Golubitsky, Dept of Mathematics,
University of Houston.
- Michael Shearer
(Chair), Dept of Mathematics, North Carolina State University.
- Lawrence N. Virgin,
Dept of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Duke University.
- Thomas P. Witelski,
Dept of Mathematics, Duke University.
of Mathematics (Duke, NCSU, UNC)
for Nonlinear and Complex Systems (Duke-CNCS)
for Research in Scientific Computation (NCSU-CRSC)
Mathematics Group (UNC)
is pending from the NSF and the US Army Research Office.
- Support from the NSF, 0138923
- There will
be three full days of presentations, May 20-22.
- On the
evening of Monday, May 20, there will be a poster-presentation session and
- On the
evening of Tuesday, May 21, there will be a banquet dinner.
details to come)
Dept of Mathematics, Duke University,
Program in Applied Mathematics