KWIM Conference 2023 Cross-Diffusion Systems: Analysis and Stochastics

27. February - 3. March 2023

Konstanz Women in Mathematics (KWIM) Conference 2023. Cross-Diffusion Systems: analysis and stochastics

The main objective of this conference is to bring together researchers working on quasilinear (S)PDEs with a main focus on cross-diffusion systems and their applications. Various aspects from the theory of cross-diffusion (S)PDEs such as mathematical modelling, dynamical systems and numerical analysis will be discussed.
The conference contains two parts. In the first half, experts working on these topics will provide lectures in order to give young researchers an insight into the theory of such (S)PDEs. A follow-up workshop with invited and contributed talks will take place in the second half (of the week).

Organisers: Jun.-Prof. Alexandra Neamtu, Jun.-Prof. Lara Trussardi

Date: 27. February - 3. March 2023

Location: Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Konstanz, Germany.

Target Group: Postdoctoral and doctoral students working in the field of analysis and stochastics

Registration for the conference is free, but mandatory (registration is closed now)

Important Update

We will support a limited number of PhD students (travel and accommodation costs) chosen in the application process (closed on 31.12.2022).

Invited Lecturers:

- Laurent Desvillettes, Université Paris Cité, IMJ-PRG (France). New estimates for cross diffusion systems coming out of biology and medicine.

- Benjamin Fehrman, Oxford University (UK). Quasilinear SPDEs and interacting particle systems: well-posedness and fluctuations.

- Benjamin Gess, MPI MiS, Leipzig, Bielefeld University (Germany). Random dynamical systems and conservative SPDEs.

- Erika Hausenblas, Montanuniversität Leoben (Austria). The stochastic Keller-Segel model.

- Ansgar Jüngel, TU Wien (Austria). Cross-diffusion systems with entropy structure.

- Christian Kuehn, TU Münich (Germany). Bifurcations in cross-diffusion systems.

Invited Speakers:

- Maxime Breden, École Polytechnique, Paris (France)

Clément Cancès, Inria Lille - Nord Europe (France)

- Li Chen, University of Mannheim (Germany)

Federico Cornalba, IST (Austria)

- Lucilla Corrias, Université d'Evry Val d'Essonne (France)

- Julian Fischer, IST (Austria)

- Manuel Gnann, TU Delft (the Netherlands)

Antoine Hocquet, TU Berlin (Germany)

- Florian Huber, University of Vienna (Austria)

- Lisa Maria Kreusser, University of Bath (UK)

- Thomas Lepoutre, Lyon (France)

Maria Neuss-Radu, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

Sara Merino Aceituno, University of Vienna (Austria)

- Mariya Ptashnyk, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh (Scotland)

- Tăng Quốc Bảo, Universty of Graz (Austria)

Jonas Sauer, FSU Jena (Germany)

- Jan-Eric Sulzbach, TU Munich (Germany)

Stefanie Sonner, Radboud University Nijmegen

- Cinzia Soresina, University of Graz (Austria)

Christina Surulescu, TU Kaiserslautern (Germany)

Ariane Trescases,  Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse (France)

- Jonas Tölle, Aalto University (Finnland)

- Havva Yoldas, TU Delft (The Netherlands)

- Nicola Zamponi, Vienna University of Technology (Austria)

Antoine Zurek, Université de Technologie de Compiègne (France)