Iowa and Iowa State PDE conference, 2005

                      Thursday, March 24, Iowa Room, 335 Iowa Memorial Union, map.

9:30. Gerhard Stromher, About the Stability of Gas Balls

10:20-10:40 Break.

10:40. Yaping Wu, The Existence and Stability of Travelling Waves with Transition Layers for Some Cross-Diffusion Systems

11:30. Bo Su, Existence of Weak Solutions for a Front Propagation Problem in Nonisothermal Polymer Crystallization

2:00. David Stewart,     Models of impact

Refreshments: Muhly Lounge at 3:00 pm

A cheese and wine party in honor of our  Distinguished Visitor Roger Temam at 7:30pm, 1946 Flanigan Ct, Iowa City, 319-354-1237.


Distinguished Visitor Roger Temam's lecture series

    Theoretical and computational problems for the equations of the ocean and the atmosphere dynamics.
              Tuesday, Thursday: 3:30 p.m. in room 114 MLH, Wednesday: 3:30 p.m. in room 110 MLH

Refreshments: Wednesday, Muhly Lounge at 3:00 pm.

   Abstract :   and computational problems encountered in the equations of the ocean and the atmosphere. The theoretical results include results of existence, uniqueness and regularity of solutions for the Primitive Equations of the Ocean and the Atmosphere in the presence or the absence of viscosity. Some of the computational questions that will be addressed, in particular the question of the boundary conditions, have a more general interest in engineering and sciences.
Department of Mathematics
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
University of Iowa
14 MLH
Iowa City, IA 52242, USA 
(319) 335-0714
(319) 335-0627