|Registration Deadline:||April 01, 2006 over 16 years ago|
|To apply for Funding you must register by:||February 18, 2006 over 16 years ago|
- Andrea Bertozzi (University of California, Los Angeles)
- Suncica Canic (University of California, Berkeley)
- Irene Fonseca (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Svetlana Jitomirskaya (University of California, Irvine)
- Izabella Laba (University of British Columbia)
- Cathleen Morawetz
- Natasa Pavlovic (University of Texas, Austin)
- Mary Pugh (University of Toronto)
- Sylvia Serfaty (New York University, Courant Institute)
- Gigliola Staffilani (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
- Tatiana Toro (MSRI - Mathematical Sciences Research Institute)
- Konstantina Trivisa (University of Maryland)
- Nina Uraltseva
Download the workshop announcement (PDF file format). This workshop is jointly sponsored by the Association for Women in Mathematics and MSRI. As with previous AWM/MSRI workshops, this is a celebration of careers of women in mathematics, on this occasion those of Olga Ladyzhenskaya and Olga Oleinik. The seminal work of Ladyzhenskaya and Oleinik in PDE and physical applications has generated many fascinating developments in the US, Russia and throughout the world. Some of these developments will be discussed in lectures at the workshop. Experts in PDE, numerical analysis and mathematical fluid dynamics will lecture about their work which is in the spirit of the achievements of Ladyzhenskaya and Oleinik. The primary goals of the Celebration are to assist, encourage, and inspire the junior participants, and to promote the achievements of women in mathematics. Talks and discussions by established mathematicians with careers in government, business, industry and academia will focus on contemporary issues of concern. Senior participants will provide role models and offer mentoring to their younger colleagues. Featured lectures will showcase the research and other contributions of outstanding women in mathematics, from the honorees to the present; poster sessions will give junior participants an opportunity to present and discuss their work. There will be many opportunities during the three days of the conference mix informally and to discuss research and career issues. Panel presentations will include:
- How to choose a thesis advisor; the role of a thesis advisor, advice on what to strive for, and what to avoid, for advisor and advisee (note that both Ladyzhenskaya and Oleinik had many successful students).
- Good and bad postdoctoral positions. Opportunities for research at the various Institutes in the US and elsewhere, how to apply, what happens at workshops, short courses, and programs.
- The "two body" problem and strategies for solving it. (One might note that Ladyzhenskaya and her husband Kiselev worked together and had joint papers even though they eventually separated.)
- Issues related to funding agencies: advice in preparing grant proposals; reviewing and being reviewed; the job of a rotator.
- How to "defend" one's research time from competing demands.
- Exploring an eventual move to administration.
Thursday, May 18 9:00-9:15 Welcome 9:15-9:45 Cathleen Morawetz: Early memories of Olga Ladyzhenskaya and Olga Oleinik 10:00-10:30 Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA): Shocks in driven liquid films 10:30-11:00 Tea Break 11:00-11:30 Gigliola Staffilani (MIT): Dispersive equation: a survey 11:30-1:00 Lunch 1:00-2:00 Panel (see below) 2:15-2:45 Suncica Canic (University of Houston): Mathematics and Cardiology: Partners for the Future 3:00-3:30 Mary Pugh (University of Toronto): Thin Film Equations in a Critical Regime 3:30-4:00 Tea Break 4:00-4:30 Introduction to posters 4:30-5:30 Poster session 5:30-6:00 Reception Friday, May 19 9:15-9:45 Irene Fonseca (Carnegie Mellon University): Variational Methods in the Study of Imaging, Foams, Quantum Dots ...and More 10:00-10:30 Nina Uraltseva (St. Petersburg State University): Free Boundary Problems of Obstacle Type 10:30-11:00 Tea Break 11:00-11:30 Svetlana Jitomirskaya (UCI): Treating small denominators without KAM 11:30-1:00 Lunch 1:00-2:00 Panel (see below) 2:15-2:45 Tatiana Toro (University of Washington): When do good parameterizations exist? 3:00-3:30 Izabella Laba (UBC): A few combinatorial problems in harmonic analysis 3:30-4:00 Tea Break 4:00-5:00 Morawetz, Uraltseva, Jitomirskaya, Rozhkovskaya: Historical round table about 2 Olgas and mathematics in the Soviet Union 6:30 Dinner in Berkeley; After-dinner remarks Saturday, May 20 9:15-9:45 Natasa Pavlovic (Princeton University): Dyadic models for the equations of fluid motion 10:00-10:30 Konstantina Trivisa (University of Maryland at College Park): On the Dynamics of Binary Fluid Mixtures 10:30-11:00 Tea Break 11:00-11:30 Irene M. Gamba (The Univeristy of Texas at Austin): Self-similarity for Boltzmann equations of Maxwell type and Non-Equilibrium Statistical States 11:30-1:00 Lunch 1:00-2:00 Panel (see below) 2:15-2:45 Barbara Lee Keyfitz (Fields Institute and University of Houston): Oleinik and the Theory of Conservation Laws 3:00-3:30 Susan Friedlander (U of Illinois-Chicago): Instability of Fluid Motion 3:30-4:00 Tea Break 4:00-4:30 Introduction to posters 4:30-5:30 Poster session 5:30-6:30 Final Reception Panels Thursday, May 18 1:00-2:00 Risks and Rewards of shifting research directions Moderator: Keyfitz Panel: Bertozzi, Canic, Gamba, Friedlander Friday, May 19 1:00-2:00 Entanglement of Personal and Professional Lives Moderator: Friedlander Panel: Keyfitz, Kuperberg, Pugh, Staffilani Saturday, May 20 1:00-2:00 How to advance ones career Moderator: Kuperberg Panel: Trivisa, Lockhart, Morawetz, Wagner Poster Session Schedule Thursday 1: Alexey Cheskidov:Global attractors of evolutionary systems and the 3D Navier-Stokes equations 2: Cleopatra Christoforou :Hyperbolic conservation laws with fading memory 3: Yekaterina Epshteyn :Fully Implicit Discontinuous Galerkin Scheme Of The Two-Phase Flow 4: Raluca Felea:An FIO calculus for the marine seismic imaging: folds and crosscaps 5: Anahit Galstyan:Global Existence for the semilinear Tricomi-type equations 6: Anna Ghazaryan:Uniqueness of On subsonic detonation waves in inert porous medium 7: Maria Pia Gualdani:Quantum Models for Semiconductors and Nonlinear Diffusion Equations of Fourth Order 8: Cristi Darley Guevara:SCATTERING AND BOUND STATES FOR THE TWO DIMENSIONAL DIRAC 9: Mohar Guha:Front Dynamics of a Singular Perturbation Non-smooth Ignition Process 10: Katharine Gurski:Decay Rates of Internal Waves in a Fluid Near the Liquid-Vapor Critical Point 11: Borislava Gutarts:Invrse Problems in PDE's 12: Gabriel Koch:Liouville Theorem for 2-D Navier-Stokes Equations 13: Rachel Levy:Effects of Localized Forcing on Driven Thin Liquid Films 14: Fengyan Li:Nonconforming Finite Element Methods for Time-Harmonic Maxwell Equations 15: Brandy Wiegers:Three Dimensional Computational Model of Water Movement in Plant Root Growth Zone Saturday 1: Evelyn (Manalo) Lunasin:A Modified-Leray-Alpha Sub-grid Scale Model of Turbulence 2: Helen Moore:Differential equation models of diseases and drug dosing 3: Tung Nguyen:Attractor-Stability via Morse-Smale Property for Two-Species Competition Systems with Diffusion 4: Anna Oganian:A Framework for Evaluating the Utility of Data Altered to Protect Confidentiality 5: Omayra Ortega:Cost-Benefit Analysis of a Rotavirus Immunization Program in Cairo, Egypt 6: Iordanka Panayotova:On the stability of stratified flows with a horizontal shear 7: Arati Pati:Numerical Simulation of Incompressible Viscous Flow with Moving Boundaries 8: Natalya Popova:The onset of double-diffusive convection in a horizontal layer of a porous medium in the presence of vibration 9: Angeles Sandoval-Romero:Solving the Cauchy and inverse problem of a class of Non-linear Schrödinger Equations 10: Petra Sindelarova:An example on movable approximations in a continuous dynamical system 11: Ana Maria Soane:Free Boundary Problems in Fluid Mechanics 12: Xugang Ye:Solving Airline's Pilot-Copilot Rostering Problem by Successive Bipartite Weighted Matching 13: Pei Yin:Markov Switching in the Stock Market 14: Katarina Jegdic:Transonic regular reflection for the isentropic gas dynamics equations 15: Ali Kemal Unver :FLEXIBLE FLOWSHOP WITH LIMITED INTERMEDIATE STORAGE 16: Adela Comanici:Patterns on Growing Square Domains via Mode Interactions A proposal for funding to support participants has been awarded by the National Security Agency. If you are interested in this workshop, please register using the link below. If you wish to present a poster, please submit a title and abstract in the space provided. If support is needed, continue the application part of the registration form. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. Registration: Please register on-line by the deadline of April 01, 2006 if possible. If you are applying for funding, the request for funding deadline is March 01, 2006. (The funding section of the form follows the registration section). Funding: Funding is available to support workshop attendance. Students, recent Ph.D.'s, and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply. Please send an email explaining your interest in the workshop along with your registration form. If you are a student, please also solicit a letter from a faculty advisor. Otherwise, submit a current vita. Funding awards are made typically 6 weeks before the workshop begins. Requests received after that point are considered only if additional funds become available. Important: Please see Travel funding rules and Airline travel reimbursement restrictions.
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