Cardiff Mosaic

The aim of this workshop is to get together researchers within recently very active research areas connected to nonlinear partial differential equations (PDEs), in particular where these cross boundaries of mathematical disciplines. Our focus is on some areas with recent rapid progress i.e. recent advances in degenerate PDEs and their applications, e.g. in neurobiology, nonlinear PDEs and probability, in particular highlighting recent advances in stochastic homogenisation, the important role analysis of PDEs can play for material science, connection with game theory and models in social sciences and PDEs which change type (elliptic-parabolic).


Armstrong, Scott (CNRS, Paris, France)

Ball, John (Oxford, UK)

Bardi, Martino (Padova, Italy)

Caravenna, Laura (Padova, Italy)

Cardaliaguet, Pierre (Université Paris-Dauphine, France)

Cesaroni, Annalisa (Padova, Italy)

Chen, Gui-Qiang (Oxford, UK)

Cherdantsev, Mikhail (Cardiff, UK)

Cherednichenko, Kirill (Bath, UK)

Citti, Giovanna (Bologna, Italy)

Crooks, Elaine (Swansea, UK)

Dondl, Patrick (Freiburg, Germany)

Garofalo, Nicola (Padova, Italy)

Katzourakis, Nikos (Reading, UK)

Lyons, Terry (Oxford, UK)

Majumdar, Apala (Bath, UK)

Marchi, Claudio (Padova, Italy)

Novaga, Matteo (University of Pisa, Italy)

Souganidis, Panagiotis (Chicago, USA)

Stroffolini, Bianca (Napoli, Italy)



Registration closes:

May 27th 2016



Nicolas Dirr and Federica Dragoni, Cardiff University.


Sponsored by:

EPSRC                                    RGB Cardiff University Logo


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