An International Workshop on Nonlinear Dynamical Systems with
July 15-18, 2002, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
Organizers: Hermann Brunner and Xiaoqiang Zhao
This workshop --a follow-up meeting to the 5th Americas
Conference on DEs and Nonlinear Dynamics" (Edmonton,
July 7-12, 2002)-- will provide an opportunity for
researchers, scientists and graduate students in
fields of differential equations and dynamical systems with
applications to communicate current research results,
ideas and problems, to discuss future research directions,
and to initiate research collaborations in the small but
conducive setting of an Oberwolfach/ BIRS-type workshop.
Sponsors: Canadian National Program Committee of the
Institutes(Fields Institute, CRM and Pacific Institute) and
AARMS(Atlantic Association for Research in Mathematical Sciences).
- Asymptotic behavior in finite and infinite dimensional
- Special solutions in partial differential
equations(steady states, waves etc);
- Hamiltonian systems and topological dynamics;
- Bifurcations and chaos in physics and biology;
- Evolution equations and population dynamics;
- Numerical analysis of nonlinear differential equations
and dynamical systems.
Hermann Brunner, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.
Teresa Faria, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
Andy Foster, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.
Mats Gyllenberg, University of Turku, Finland.
Yuxia Guo, Tsinghua University, China.
John Haddock, University of Memphis, USA.
Stuart Hastings, University of Pittsburgh, USA.
Jingtang Ma, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.
Angelo Mingarelli, Carleton University, Canada.
James Muldowney, University of Alberta, Canada.
George Sell, University of Minnesota, USA.
Horst Thieme, Arizona State University, USA.
Jianhong Wu, York University, Canada.
Dashun Xu, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.
Yingfei Yi, Geogia Institute of Technology, USA.
July 16: 9:00-9:30(coffee and registration); 9:30-10:20(Y. Yi),
10:20-10:50(coffee break); 10:50-11:40(T. Faria); 11:50-12:40
(S. Hastings); 12:40-2:30(lunch); 2:30-3:20(J. Muldowney);
3:30-4:20(Y. Guo); 4:20-4:50(coffee break).
July 17: 9:00-9:30(coffee and registration); 9:30-10:20(J. Wu),
10:20-10:50(coffee break); 10:50-11:40(M. Gyllenberg);
11:50-12:40(A. Mingarelli); 12:40-2:30(lunch);
2:30-3:20(A. Foster); 3:30-4:20(D. Xu); 4:20-4:50(coffee break);
7:00-8:00(G. Sell, public lecture); 8:00-9:30(reception).
July 18: 9:00-9:30(coffee break); 9:30-10:20(H. Thieme),
10:20-10:50(coffee break); 10:50-11:40(J. Haddock);
11:50-12:40(J. Ma); 12:40-2:30(lunch);
2:30-3:20(H. Brunner); 3:30-4:20(discussion/open problems);
Please note that the city of St. John's, Newfoundland is NOT the city of
Saint John, New Brunswick. Make sure you are coming to the Newfoundland!
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