List of Talks

  • Assyr Abdulle
    Numerical homogenization method for parabolic advection-diffusion multiscale problems with large compressible flows.
  • Georgios Akrivis
    Stability of implicit-explicit multistep methods for nonlinear parabolic equations.
  • Dimitrios Antonopoulos
    Galerkin methods for the Serre equations.
  • Sören Bartels
    Approximation of self-avoiding inextensible curves.
  • Panagiotis Chatzipantelidis
    The virtual element method for nonlinear elliptic problems.
  • Konstantinos Chrysafinos
    Error estimates for the approximation of the velocity tracking problem with bang-bang controls.
  • Michel Crouzeix
    A matrix factorisation based on numerical radii.
  • Angel Duran
    On the use of cross-diffusion systems for image restoration problems.
  • Emmanuil Georgoulis
    Space-time discontinuous Galerkin methods for evolution PDEs.
  • Patrick Joly
    An approach of aeroacoustics trough the Goldstein model.
  • Balázs Kovács
    Stable and convergent fully discrete interior-exterior coupling of Maxwell's equations.
  • Angela Kunoth
    25+ Years of Wavelets for PDEs.
  • Mats Larson
    Shape optimization using cut finite elements and evolution equations.
  • Stig Larsson
    Quasi-optimality of Petrov-Galerkin discretizations of parabolic problems with random coefficients.
  • María López-Fernández
    High order generalized Convolution Quadrature and some issues with adaptivity.
  • Christian Lubich
    A-stable time discretizations preserve maximal parabolic regularity.
  • Ricardo Nochetto
    Nematic liquid crystals with variable degree of orientation.
  • Alexander Ostermann
    Splitting techniques in the presence of boundary conditions.
  • Cesar Palencia
    Some contributions to M. Crouzeix's conjecture.
  • Tristan Pryer
    Adaptive regularization.
  • Chandrasekhar Venkataraman
    Free boundaries on cell boundaries: Asymptotic limits of a model for receptor-ligand dynamics.
  • Georgios Zouraris
    On the convergence of a linear implicit finite difference method for a nonlinear Schrödinger equation.