October 25-27, 2019, Department of Mathematics, Penn State University
Mathematical models and methods are finding ever wider applications, particularly in life sciences. This workshop will focus on the development and analysis of macroscopic models, described by PDEs.
The plenary talks are expected to be of expository nature, i.e. not technical, but of high scientific level. The primary audience of the workshop will consist of graduate students and young researchers. Together with local graduate students, postdocs and junior faculty, a number of young researchers will be invited from other institutions, covering their travel and local expenses. All participants will have an opportunity to present their work in short talks or within a poster session.
Mark Alber (U. of California Riverside)
Vincenzo Capasso (U. of Milan)
Jaume Casademunt (U. of Barcelona)
Avner Friedman (Ohio State U.)
Benjamin Gess (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics)
Anna Gilbert (U. of Michigan)
Alexander Grosberg (New York U.)
Thomas Lepoutre (Université Claude Bernard, Lyon 1)
Anna Marciniak-Czochra (U. of Heidelberg)
Cyrill Muratov (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Fernando Peruani (Université Nice Sophia Antipolis)
Benedetto Piccoli (Rutgers U.)
Nastassia Pouradier Duteil (Jacques-Louis Lions Lab)
John Schotland (U. of Michigan)
Angela Stevens (U. of Muenster)
Lei Zhang (Shanghai Jiao Tong U.)
All talks and the poster session will be held in room 114 of McAllister Building, Penn State University.
Participants should make their own hotel reservations and guarantee with a valid credit card. Guests will pay for their own lodging at the hotel during check-out. A block of rooms will be set aside at the Sleep Inn and the Days Inn. Please call hotel phone number listed – codes will not work with the online system.
Should you decide to change your arrival/departure days or if you should decide not to attend, please contact the hotel directly. Please note: cancellation fees, early departure fees, and no-show policies effective.
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Phone: (814) 235-1020. Fax: (814) 235-1388.
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Phone: (814) 238-8454 or 800-258-3297.