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Thematic Minisymposia

A thematic minisymposium consists of a 60 minute introductory lecture, followed by five to six, 30-minute talks. The topic areas have been identified by the Panel Chairs to align with the 21 thematic areas and other emerging area in applied and industrial mathematics. The list of minisymposia is below:


Applications of Wavelet Methods to Meteorology & Oil Exploration

Abul Hasan Siddiqi, Sharda University

Friday,
July 22

Cancer Modelling

Antonio Fasano, University of Florence Thursday,
July 21

Cloaking & Metamaterials

Graeme Milton, University of Utah

Wednesday,
July 20

Controllability & Inverse Problems

Jean-Pierre Puel, Université de Versailles

Tuesday,
July 19

Delayed Network Dynamics

Gabor Stepan, Budapest University of
Technology & Economics

Tuesday,
July 19

Financial Market with Frictions

H. Mete Soner, ETH Zurich Tuesday,
July 19

Homogenization & its Applications

Gabriel G. Nguetseng, University of
Yaounde, Cameroon

Wednesday,
July 20

Liquid Crystals

Peter Palffy-Muhoray, Kent State University

Friday,
July 22

Mathematical Fluid Dynamics

Andrei Fursikov, Moscow State University

Wednesday,
July 20

Current Interests in Mathematical Physics

Michael Loss, Georgia Institute of Technology Thursday,
July 21

Mathematical Insights into Disease Dynamics

Michael Reed, Duke University

Tuesday,
July 19

Mathematics of Cancer

Mark Chaplain, University  of Dundee

Monday,
July 18

Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems

Volker Mehrmann, Technische
Universitaet Berlin

Friday,
July 22

Numerical Solution of Stochastic PDEs

Roger Ghanem, University of
Southern California

Monday,
July 18

Quantum Modelling in Molecular Simulation

Eric Cances,  CERMICS - ENPC

Monday,
July 18

Uncertainty Analysis of Dynamical Systems

Igor Mezic, University of California,
Santa Barbara

Monday,
July 18

Understanding Complex Systems

Christof Schütte,  Free University of Berlin

Wednesday,
July 20