Summer School on multiscale and geometric analysis

Contents

Program

Dates:July 27(Mon.)-July 30(Thurs.), 2015
Room 202 & 204, Faculty of Science Building #3, Hokkaido University
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Organizer:
Yoshikazu Giga (The University of Tokyo)
Shuichi Jimbo (Hokkaido University)
Yoshihiro Tonegawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Program:
Prof. Ben Andrews (Australian National University) has to cancel his lectures due to his personal circumstances.
July 27 (Mon.)
13:50 - 14:00 Opening
14:00 - 15:00 Weinan E (Peking University/Princeton University)
Multi-scale analysis of crystalline solids (Lecture I)
15:00 - 15:30 Break
15:30 - 16:30 Yoshihito Kohsaka (Kobe University)
Analysis of stability of the CMC surfaces via the surface diffusion equation
July 28 (Tue.)
09:30‐10:30 Sumio Yamada (Gakushuin University)
On the moduli space of the Cauchy initial data for the Einstein equation
10:30‐11:00Break
11:00‐12:00Weinan E (Peking University/Princeton University)
Multi-scale analysis of crystalline solids (Lecture II)
12:00‐14:30Lunch Break
14:30‐15:30 Marco Guaraco (IMPA)
Min-max for phase transitions and the existence of embedded minimal hypersurfaces
15:30‐16:30 Free Discussion
16:30‐17:30 Tsuyoshi Yoneda (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Loss of continuity of the solution map for the Euler equations using multi-scale vorticities
18:00‐Reception at Faculty House Trillium (Enreiso)
July 29 (Wed.)
09:30‐10:30 Miyuki Koiso (Kyushu University)
Stability analysis for surfaces with constant mean curvature
10:30‐11:00Break
11:00‐12:00Weinan E (Peking University/Princeton University)
Multi-scale analysis of crystalline solids (Lecture III)
12:00‐14:30Lunch Break
14:30‐15:30 Chi-Hin Chan (National Chiao Tung University)
The study of Navier-Stokes flows in the setting of negatively curved manifolds
15:30‐16:30 Free Discussion
16:30‐17:00 Taiga Kumagai (Waseda University)
A perturbation problem involving singular perturbations of domains for Hamilton-Jacobi equations
17:00‐17:30 Keisuke Takasao (The University of Tokyo)
Phase field method for volume preserving mean curvature flow
July 30 (Thu.)
09:30‐10:30 Katsuyuki Ishii (Kobe University)
Convergence of a threshold-type algorithm for curvature-dependent motion
10:30‐11:00 Break
11:00‐12:00 Yukihiro Seki (Kyushu University)
Description of singularity mechanisms in nonlinear parabolic equations
12:00‐12:10 Closing