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1994 Texas Partial Differential Equations Seminar
University of Texas at Austin.

    Saturday April 23, 1994. (In order of presentation).
  • Victor Shubov: Texas Tech Univ.; Well posedness for a class of damped nonlinear second order systems.
  • Bruce Lowe: Texas A&M Univ.; Coefficient recovery in a parabolic equation from input sources.
  • Henry Warchall: Univ. of North Texas; Nonradial solutions of a semilinear elliptic equation in two dimensions.
  • Guillermo Ferreyra: Louisiana State Univ.; Smooth fit for Bellman equations.
  • Marianna Shubov: Texas Tech Univ.; Spectral analysis of nonhomogeneous damped string.
  • Susan Friedlander: Univ. of Illinois; Misha Vishik: Univ. of Texas at Austin; Instability in ideal MHD
  • Xiangsheng Xu: Univ. of Arkansas; On a class of singular parabolic equations.
  • Barbara Lee Keyfitz: Univ. of Houston; An elliptic problem arising from the unsteady transonic small disturbance equation.
  • Rich Fabiano: Texas A&M Univ.; Stability preserving approximations for distributed parameter systems.
  • Michael Bohm: Univ. of Southern California; Local complex interpolation and PDEs.
  • Seth Oppenheimer: Mississippi State Univ.; A multisite, nonequilibrium sorption model
  • J. Coleson: Stephen F. Austin State Univ.; On a more general Carleman-type system.
  • Jianzhong Su: Univ. of Texas at Arlington; Convergence to propagating clines in the Fisher equation.
    Sunday April 24, 1994.
  • Alfonso Castro: Univ. of North Texas; An inverse function theorem.
  • J.R. Dorroh: Louisiana State Univ.; Continuous dependence of nonnegative solutions of the heat equation.
  • Steven Cox,: Rice Univ.; Optimal design of the nonlinear elastica
  • Joseph Ilia: Univ. of North Texas; Radial Solutions of $\Delta_p u+|u|^{q-1}u=0$.
  • David Gilliam: Texas Tech Univ.; Viscous Burgers' equation
  • Ruediger Landes: Univ. of Oklahoma; Some remarks on quasilinear problems.
  • Tom Roberts: Armstrong Lab. AL/OES; Inverse scattering for an integro-PDE associated with electromagnetic dispersion.
  • John Cook: Vanderbilt Univ.; A Stefan problem on a region and its boundary.
  • Hua Song: Rice Univ.; Waveform inversion of Crosswell seismograms via differential semblance optimization.
  • John Neuberger: Univ. of North Texas; A sign changing solution for a semilinear boundary value problem.
  • M. Hassanpour: Univ. of North Texas; Uniqueness of positive solutions for a semipositone problem with concave nonlinearity.