Conference on Nonlinear Waves: Stability vs Turbulence

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School and Conference on
Nonlinear Waves: Stability vs Turbulence

Celebrating the contributions of
Jalal Shatah

May 7-10, 2018
Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA

Conference Website

Scope: This is a school and conference on nonlinear dispersive and wave PDE. It will feature two three-hour mini-courses and several conference talks by leading experts in the field. Part of the aim is to celebrate the contributions of Jalal Shatah to nonlinear dispersive and wave PDE on the occasion of his 60th birthday.

Organizers: Zaher Hani (Georgia Tech)

                   Chongchun Zeng (Georgia Tech)


Minicourses: Pierre Germain (Courant Institute, NYU)

                      Benoit Pausader (Brown University)

Conference Speakers:
    -Ioan Bejenaru (UC San Diego)
    -Tristan Buckmaster (Princeton)
    -Rafael De la Llave (Georgia Tech)
    -Susan Friedlander (USC)
    -Manoussos Grillakis (U Maryland)
    -Yan Guo (Brown)
    -Ben Harrop-Griffith (Courant Institute, NYU)
    -Alex Ionescu (Princeton)
    -Zhiwu Lin (Georgia Tech)
    -Andrea Nahmod (Umass Amherst)
    -Gustavo Ponce (UC Santa Barbara)
    -Fabio Pusateri (Princeton)
    -Steve Shkoller (UC Davis)
    -Tom Sideris (UC Santa Barbara)
    -Gigliola Staffilani (MIT)
    -Walter Strauss (Brown)
    -Shadi Tahvildar Zadeh (Rutgers)
    -Ping Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Registration: Some support is available for students and early-career researchers. Please contact the organizers at hani"@"math.gatech.edu or  chongchun.zeng"@"math.gatech.edu for information.

The conference is supported by the National Science Foundation, the Institute of Math and its Applications,  and the College of Sciences at Georgia Tech.

May 7-10, 2018  • Georgia Tech • Skiles Building
Room 006 and Ground-Floor Atrium  • 686 Cherry Street, Atlanta, GA  30332


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