2005
2005 Texas Partial Differential Equations Conference
University of Texas  Pan American, Edinburg, Texas

Saturday March 19, 2005. (In order of presentation)
 John Neuberger, Univ. of North Texas, Newton's Method, Sobolev Gradients and Applications.
 Konstantin I. Oskolkov, Univ. of South Carolina, Quadratic and Quartic Variations of the Schrodinger Particle in a Box.
 Miroslav Krstic, Univ. of California, San Diego, A ClosedForm Feedback Controller For Stabilization of NavierStokes Equations Modeling Channel Flow.
 YounSha Chan, Univ. of HoustonDowntown, Crack Problems for Advances Material Modeling.
 Mufid Abudiab and Charles McCauley, Texas A&M Univ,Corpus Christi, Mathematical Modeling of Bioelectromagnetic Information Processing the Extracellular Potentials and Fields of a Traveling Gaussian Wave Approximation of the Action Potential for a Neural Volume Conductor.
 Changbing Hu, Texas A&M University, Nonlinear Stability of Viscous Shock Waves Arising in Conservation Laws with Fourth Order Regularization Only.
 Nicolae Tarfulea, Purdue Univ. Calumet, On the Hamiltonian Constraint Equation in General Relativity.
 Georgii Omel'yanov, Univ. of Sonora, Mexico, Weak Asymptotics Method and the Problem of Nonlinear Waves Interaction.
 Mohammed Bhatti, Univ. of Texas  Pan American, Solutions of the KdV Equation in the Modified BPolynomial Basis.
 Janos Turi, Univ. of Texas at Dallas, Analysis of Dynamic Contact Problems.
 Francisco Avila, Univ. of Texas at El Paso, SemiOrthonormal Shape Functions for the hpFEM.
 Greg Verchota, Syracuse Univ., Fredholm Properties for Some Nonvariational Layer Potentials on Lipschitz Boundaries.
 Tadeusz Iwaniec, Syracuse Univ., Pucci's Conjecture and the Alexandrov Inequality for Elliptic PDEs in the Plane.
 Mikhail Kovalyov, Univ. of Alberta, Uncertainty Principle for KdV.
 Iulia Susnea, Univ. of Ulm, An Existence Theorem for Hessian Equations in Small Domains.
 Said El Manouni, Germany, On Some Results for Nonlinear Problems of Two Second Order Elliptic Equations.

Sunday March 20, 2005:
 Liping Liu, Univ. of Texas  Pan American, Asymptotic Behavior of Solutions to RosenauBurgers Equation with Periodic Boundary Condition.
 Anahit Galstyan, Univ. of Cincinnati, Dimension n=5 is Critical for the Bifurcation Phenomena.
 Matthew Rudd, Univ. of Texas at Austin, GameTheoretic Schemes for Geometric Front Propagation.
 Paul Bracken, Univ. of Texas  Pan American, Some Methods for Generating Explicit Solutions to the KdV and Generalized KdV Equations.
 Mostafa Ghandehari and Siamak Ardekani, Univ. of Texas at Arlington, An Analysis of TwoLane Highway.
 Dung Le and Toan Trong Nguyen, Univ. of Texas at San Antonio, Everywhere Regularity of Solutions to a Class of Strongly Coupled Degenerate Parabolic Systems.
 BaoFeng Feng, Univ. of Texas  Pan American, FiniteDimensional Behavior of a Dissipative PDE with Hilbert Transform Terms on a CenterUnstable Manifold.
 Zhaosheng Feng, Univ. of Texas  Pan American, Lie Symmetries of a Dissipative Nonlinear System.
 Dambaru Bhatta, Univ. of Texas  Pan American, Hydrodynamic Coefficients due to a Heaving Cylinder in Water of Finite Depth.
 Karen Yagdjian, Univ. of Texas  Pan American, Global Existence for Nonlinear Wave Equations with Variable Speed of Propagation.
 Zhijun Qiao, Univ. of Texas  Pan American, A New Integrable Hierarchy and its Solutions.
 Vladimir Varlamov, Univ. of Texas  Pan American, Oscillatory Integrals and Weak Rotation Asymptotics for Ostrovsky Equation.
 Andras Balogh, Univ. of Texas  Pan American, On the Eigenvalues of a Class of Fourth Order Nonselfadjoint Differential Operators.
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