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1987

1987 Joint meeting: Texas Partial Differential Equations Seminar and SIAM Texas-Oklahoma Section
University of Texas at Austin.

    Friday April 10, 1987. (In order of presentation)
  • G. Fix: Univ. of Texas at Arlington; Numerical methods for nonlinear instabilities in phase transition.
  • L. Shampine: Southern Methodist Univ.; Conservation laws and numerical solution of ODE.
  • B. Keyfitz: Univ. of Houston; Mode interaction in a porous plug burner flame.
  • J. Neuberger: Univ. of North Texas; Least square methods for nonlinear PDE.
  • B. Jiang & G. Carey: Univ. of Texas at Austin; Least squares FEM for hyperbolic problems.
  • I. Goldberg: St. Mary's Univ.; Entrance flow problems for axisymmetric flow in a circular tube.
  • L. Schovanec: Texas Tech Univ.; Fracture in viscoelastic media.
  • H. Victory & K. Ganguly: Texas Tech Univ.; Convergence of particle methods for Vlasov-Poisson systems.
  • L. Tuckerman: Univ. of Texas at Austin; Numerical study of convection in a cylindrical geometry.

    Saturday April 11, 1987.

  • A. Castro & S. Unsurangsie: Univ. of North Texas; Semilinear wave equation with nonmonotone nonlinearity.
  • H. Warchall: Univ. of North Texas; Multidimensional solitary waves: a taxonomic safari.
  • C. Guillope & J. Saut: Paris Univ.; Existence theorems of flows of viscoelastic fluids.
  • O. Kavian: Paris Univ.; Self-similarity for a class of parabolic equations.
  • M.-P. Bosse: Univ. of Texas at Austin; Homogenization of a layered medium.
  • W. Rundell & M. Pilant: Texas A&M Univ.; Problems in undetermined coefficients form overposed data.
  • F. Weissler: Texas A&M Univ.; Cauchy problem for the nonlinear Schroedinger equation.
  • S. Fulling: Texas A&M Univ.; Asymptotics, geometry, quantum field theory, and the PC.
  • R. Landes: Univ. of Oklahoma; Solvability of perturbed elliptic operators with critical growth on the gradient.
  • D. Wagner: Univ. of Houston; Existence and behavior of viscous structures for plane detonation waves.
  • J. Yong: Univ. of Texas; Optimal switching for PDE.