Southern California Analysis and PDE Conference:

Reaction, Diffusion, and Homogenization

UC Irvine, June 1-2, 2019


Organizers

Ioan Bejenaru, Jack Xin, Yifeng Yu, and Andrej ZlatoŇ°

Invited Speakers

Thomas Hou (Caltech)
Gautam Iyer (Carnegie Mellon)
Inwon Kim (UCLA)
Jessica Lin (McGill)
James Nolen (Duke)
Alexei Novikov (Penn State)
Charles Smart (Chicago)
Panagiotis Souganidis (Chicago)
Hung Tran (Wisconsin)

Location

All talks will be held in Room 306 of Rowland Hall (Math Department, building 400 on the campus map). The most convenient parking lot is #16. Please note that weekend parking is not free at UCI and pay stations are available in the parking lot. For driving directions to the UCI campus and parking information, please see here.


Schedule

Sat. June 1 Sun. June 2
8:45-9:35 Panagiotis Souganidis - Stochastic Hamilton-Jacobi equations: An update and qualitative properties 9:00-9:50 Inwon Kim - Head and tail speeds of mean curvature flow with periodic forcing
9:45-10:35 Jessica Lin - Speeds and homogenization for reaction-diffusion equations in random media 10:00-10:50 Hung Tran - Homogenization of Hamilton-Jacobi equations: Optimal rate of convergence
10:45-11:15

Coffee Break 11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
11:15-12:05 Thomas Hou - Recent progress on singularity formation of 3D Euler equations and related models
11:30-12:20
Charles Smart - Unique continuation and localization on the planar lattice
12:05-2:00

Lunch Break
2:00-2:50 Gautam Iyer - Dissipation enhancement by mixing
3:00-3:30

Coffee Break
3:30-4:20 Alexei Novikov - Feeble fish in time-dependent waters and stochastic homogenization of the G-equation
4:30-5:20
James Nolen - Some free boundary problems arising from branching Brownian motion with selection

Abstracts of Talks


Registration: There is no registration fee. However, if you are interested in participating, please fill in the form below and click on the "Submit Registration Information" button at the bottom of the page in order to register for the conference. This will help the organizers make proper catering arrangements and dinner reservations.

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Funding: Limited funding for junior participants is available through an NSF conference grant awarded to UCSD. To apply for funding, please send a CV (including your research interests and the name of your advisor/mentor) to zlatos at ucsd.edu. Mathematicians from under-represented groups are especially encouraged to apply.

Accommodations: Participants should make their own accommodation arrangements. A block of rooms has been reserved in the Atrium Hotel in Irvine at the nightly rate $119 + tax. Participants should call 1-800-854-3012 by May 1, 2019 and reference ``Department of Mathematics - SCPDE2019'' to guarantee this rate. The conference is expected to end around noon on Sunday.

Important note for J1 visa holders: Professors and research scholars may participate in occasional lectures and short-term consultations, if authorized to do so by their sponsor. Such lectures and consultations must be incidental to the exchange visitor's primary program activities. If wages or other remuneration are received by the exchange visitor for such activities, the exchange visitor must act as an independent contractor, as defined in 8 CFR 274a.1(j), and the relevant criteria and procedures must be satisfied. For example J-1 scholars coming from Yale to present a lecture at a UCSD-sponsored conference should receive a letter from Yale's International Center indicating that they are eligible to receive a reimbursement from UCSD. Such a request must be done BEFORE the event.