Conference on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Applications

July 9-July 12, 2019


Lydia Bieri
University of Michigan

Tai-Ping Liu
Academia Sinica &
Stanford University

Sijue Wu
University of Michigan

Conference on Nonlinear Partial Differential

Equations and Applications

Organizers: Lydia Bieri, Tai-Ping Liu, and Sijue Wu

This conference will bring together experts in interrelated subjects of nonlinear partial differential equations to lecture on and discuss latest developments in the field. We will use this occasion to honor the memory of our late colleague, Joel Smoller, whose research has made profound impact on the subjects covered in this conference.

Invited Speakers

Lydia Bieri University of Michigan
Alberto Bressan  Pennsylvania State University
Luis Caffarelli  University of Texas, Austin
Felix Finster  University of Regensburg
Irene Gamba  University of Texas, Austin
Zaher Hani  University of Michigan
Joachim Krieger  EPFL Lausanne
Fanghua Lin  Courant Institute, New York University
Tai-Ping Liu  Academia Sinica & Stanford University
Jonathan Luk  Stanford University
Tao Luo  City University of Hong Kong
Clément Mouhot  Cambridge University
Andrea Nahmod  University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Jeffery Rauch  University of Michigan
Anna Sakovich  Uppsala University
Roman Shvydkoy  UIC at Chicago
Gigliola Staffilani  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Blake Temple  University of California, Davis
Michael Weinstein  Columbia University
Zhouping Xin  Chinese University
Huihui Zeng  Tsinghua University

Partial funding may be available, pending approval.  The deadline for registration is April 1st.  Graduate students, recent PhDs, and members of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.  There will be a poster session for which everyone, and in particular graduate students, may apply.

Call for posters and papers

Sponsored by:

Michigan Center for Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics


University of Michigan
Department of Mathematics

530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, 48109