Evolution Equations : long time behavior and control
Most physical phenomena are governed by evolution partial differential equations. Knowing the initial state of the system, then the system is completely determined at any time. The asymptotic behavior as time tends to infinity consists in determining the system states in which he finds himself: states of equilibrium, periodic states or explosion in finite or infinite time ... But also, it is important to determine what is the speed of convergence towards the time : exponential, polynomial ...
Similarly, the engineers often have constraints to bring the system to a predetermined state. For this sake , by adding a control to the system, it is possible that the system will be in the defined state.
The summer school consists in
- 4 mini-courses of 1h30 given by Farid Ammar Khodja, entitled “Controllability of parabolic systems”,
- 4 mini-courses of 1h30 given by Emmanuel Trélat entitled “Control and stabilization of nonlinear PDE’s : several tools and applications”,
- 10 invited lectures,
- posters sessions. Young researchers are welcome to present a poster.
There are no fees for people attending the workshop and the lunch meals are taken in charge by the organization.
The lunch meals and the Conference dinner are free (taken in charge by the organisation)
The inscription is mandatory.
- Didier Bresch, Laboratoire de Mathématiques, Université de Savoie, FRANCE
- Jean-Michel Coron, Laboratoire Jacques Louis Lions, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, FRANCE
- Gilles Lebeau, Laboratoire Jean Dieudonné, Université de Nice, FRANCE
- Enrique Zuazua, Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, BCAM, Bilbao, SPAIN
- Kaïs Ammari, UR Analysis and Control of PDE, University of Monastir, TUNISIA
- Stéphane Gerbi, Laboratoire de Mathématiques, Université de Savoie, FRANCE