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2020

2020 Texas Differential Equations Conference
The University of Texas at Austin

Saturday March 7, 2020 (In order of presentation)
Parallel session 1:

  • Francesco Maggi, The Univ,. of Texas - Austin, Soap films and capillarity theory.
  • Changfeng Gui, The Univ. of Texas - San Antonio, A variant of Aubin-Onofri-inequalities on the sphere.
  • Pablo Raul Stinga, Iowa State Univ. - Ames, IA, On nonlocal Monge–Ampere equations.
Coffee break
  • Erica de la Canal, The Univ. of Texas - Austin, Propagation of solutions to Boltzmann systems in Banach spaces.
  • Logan Stokols The Univ. of Texas - Austin, SQG on bounded domains.
  • Qinfeng Li, The Univ. of Texas - San Antonio, Interior approximation of sets of finite perimeter and applications to traces and extensions of divergence measure fields and BV functions.
Parallel session 2:
  • Vesselin Vatchev, The Univ. of Texas - Rio Grande Valley, Decomposition of two-soliton solutions for KdV and the good Boussinesq equations.
  • Baofeng Feng, The Univ,. of Texas - Rio Grande Valley, Breather and rogue wave solutions to the short pulse equations.
  • Jacky Chong, The Univ. of Texas - Austin, Dynamical Hartree-Fock-Bogoliubov approximation of interacting Bose gas.
Lunch break
Parallel session 1:
  • Mary Vaughan, Iowa State Univ. - Ames, IA, A priori estimates for fractional powers of nondivergence form elliptic operators.
  • Animesh Biswas, Iowa State Univ. - Ames, IA, Regularity theory for nonlocal space-time master equations.
  • Jonathan Stanfil, Baylor Univ. - Waco, Texas, Determining values of spectral zeta-functions for Sturm-Liouville operators.
Coffee break
  • Ray Treinen, Texas State Univ., The existence of an energy minimizing configuration for multiple solid objects floating in a bath of three liquids.
  • Yeyao Hu, The Univ. of Texas - San Antonio, Interior and Boundary bubblings of a mean field equation with Neumann boundary condition.
Parallel session 2:
  • Neil Jerome A. Egarguin, Univ. of Houston, Texas, Active Manipulation of Acoustic Fields in Homogeneous Constant Depth Ocean Environments.
  • Weihong Xie, Central South Univ. of China, Multiple positive solutions for the critical Kirchhoff type problems.
  • Guangze Gu, Central South Univ. of China, Existence of positive ground state solutions for some class of non-autonomous fractional Kirchhoff equation.
Coffee break
  • Kun Gou, Texas A&M Univ. - San Antonio, Computational modeling of thickening of arterial intimal tissue.
  • Christina Martinez, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas, A study of one-dimensional flame propagation model via a system of nonlinear differential equations.
  • Farzana Hussain, Huston–Tillotson Univ., Austin Texas, Estimation of maximum water levels along east coast of India due to Interaction of storm surge and tide – application to cyclone Phailin (2013).
Sunday March 8, 2020 (In order of presentation)
Parallel session 1:
  • Qi Han, Texas A&M Univ. - San Antonio, On the differential independence of  zeta and Gamma.
  • Taoufik Meklachi, Penn State Univ. - Harrisburg, PA, Full expansion of resonances of 3D high contrast linear and non-linear media with an asymptotic approximation.
  • Eleftherios Gkioulekas, The Univ. of Texas - Rio Grande Valley, The effect of the asymmetric Ekman term on the phenomenology of the two-layer quasigeostrophic model.
Coffee break
  • Salvatore Stuvard, The Univ. of Texas - Austin, An existence theorem for mean curvature flow with fixed boundary conditions, with applications to Plateau’s problem.
  • Youn-Sha Chan, Univ. of Houston - Downtown, Texas, A crack problem modeled under strain gradient elasticity of bi-Helmholtz type,
  • Dambaru Bhatta, The Univ. of Texas - Rio Grande Valley, Hydrothermal convective flow in a porous layer in presence of a contaminant.
Parallel session 2:
  • Karen Yagdjian, The Univ. of Texas - Rio Grande Valley, Small data wave maps in cyclic spacetime.
  • Anahit Galstyan, The Univ. of Texas - Rio Grande Valley, Blow up of solutions of the semilinear wave equation in the Einstein-de Sitter spacetime.
  • Andras Balogh, The Univ. of Texas - Rio Grande Valley, High performance computations for a nonlinear wave equation with black hole embedded in an expanding universe.
Organizers:
Irene Gamba, Francesco Maggi, Salvatore Stuvard: The Univ. of Texas - Austin.

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