Conference on Mathematics of Wave Phenomena
The mathematical modeling, simulation and analysis of wave phenomena entail a plethora of fascinating and challenging problems both in analysis and numerical mathematics. During the past decades, these challenges have inspired a number of important approaches, developments and results about wave-type equations in both fields of mathematics. In this conference we want to bring together international experts with different background to stimulate the transfer of ideas, results, and techniques within this exciting area.
The plenary speakers of the meeting are
Anne-Sophie Bonnet-BenDhia (Paris)
Liliana Borcea (Ann Arbor)
Roland Donninger (Vienna)
Björn Engquist (Austin)
Erwan Faou (Rennes)
Frank Merle (Paris)
Peter Monk (Newark)
Björn Sandstede (Providence)
Ben Schweizer (Dortmund)
Daniel Tataru (Berkeley)
Igor Tsukerman (Akron)
The scientific programs further consists of minisymposia and contributed talks. The number of talks is restricted by the local capacities. There is no conference fee. The conference takes place at the Department of Mathematics and a nearby lecture hall on Campus South of KIT in the center of Karlsruhe.
Registration has been opened. Abstracts for talks can be submitted until March 15, 2018, at the conference website