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1993 Texas Partial Differential Equations Seminar
Texas A&M, College Station.

    Saturday March 13, 1993. (In order of presentation).
  • Thomas Little: Univ. of Texas at Austin; Well-posedness results for the Preisach model.
  • Michael Pilant: Texas A&M Univ.; On the formal equivalence of certain finite data, multi-dimensional inverse problems.
  • Chris Martin: Univ. of Houston; A diffusive epidemic model with criss-cross dynamics.
  • Gillermo Ferreyra: Louisiana State Univ.; The value function of some deterministic singular control problems.
  • Wenyo Jia: Louisiana State Univ.; Iterative methods for the Hartree eigenproblem.
  • Goong Chen: Texas A&M Univ.; Phenomena associated with special modes of vibration and wave prpagation: a video show.
  • Libin Mou: Univ. of Southern California; Isolated singularities of weak solutions of harmonic map equations of borderline growth are removable.
  • John Cook: Univ. of Texas at Austin; Systems of diffusion equations in Hilbert space.
  • Mufid Abudiab: Kansas State Univ.; On a reaction-diffusion modelling of HIV infection.
  • Brooke Hollingsworth: Univ. of Texas at Austin; Degenerate implicit evolution equations.
  • Marianna Shubov: Texas Tech Univ.; Geometry of resonance poles for 3-d Schrodinger operator with nearly Coulomb potential.
  • Misha Vishik: Univ. of Texas at Austin; On the Arnold stability criterion.

    Sunday March 14, 1993.

  • Ruediger Landes: Univ. of Oklahoma; Phragmen-Lindeloff priciple for weak subsolutions and cooperative reaction-diffustion systems.
  • Victor Shubov: Texas Tech Univ.; Nonlinear diffusion equations on Riemannian manifolds and hydrodyanmical limits for constrained Ginzburg-Landau models on graphs.
  • Xiangsheng Xu: Univ. of Arkansas; A p-Laplacian problem in L1 with nonlinear boundary conditions.
  • Bob Dorroh: Louisiana State Univ.; Semigroups of transformations of a Polish space.
  • Steven Cox: Rice Univ.; The rate at which energy decays in a damped string.
  • John Albert: Univ. of Oklahoma; Uniqueness of solitary-wave solutions of the intermediate long wave equation.
  • Gang Bao: Univ. of Minnesota; Nonlinear optics in periodic structures.
  • David Wagner: Univ. of Houston; Global existence of weak solutions for exothermically reacting, compressible Euler equations.
  • Rich Newcomb: Univ. of Texas atArlington; Eikonal equations with discontinuities.
  • Atanas Peblivanov: Univ. of Texas at Austin; Global and local error estimates for least-squares mixed finite elements.
  • Janos Turi: Univ. of Texas atDallas; Control of a fluid-structure interaction problem.
  • Brian Cupps: Texas A&M Univ.; A large diffusion result for balanced reaction-diffusion systems.