Nonlinear partial differential equations (PDEs) describe a variety of real-world phenomena. This workshop will focus on important models arising from biology, fluid dynamics, and wave propagation.
Common to these three active research areas is the need for new creative approaches to tackle the challenges of nonlinear phenomena.
Over the last years, an increase in computational power has created an excellent opportunity for in silico studies to support practitioners. Analysis of nonlinear models is essential for assessing the right level of modeling in such applications and for reliable simulation. In turn, numerical studies provide valuable insights for analytical investigations. This event will foster this beneficial interaction between the analysis and numerics communities working on nonlinear PDEs.
The workshop is scheduled to take place in person at Radboud University in Nijmegen. If restriction to hold such events will be in place in the period of the meeting, different
ways of participation will be announced.
The schedule of the talks will be announced soon.
The location of the social event will be announced soon.
The registration is now open. Please register here. The deadline is January 31 2022. The registration is free thanks to the support of our sponsors.