Schedule for the 49th Midwest Partial Differential Equations Seminar

Thursday, 14 March 2002
Mini Analysis Conference Chemistry-Physics 155
Friday, 15 March 2002

Registration, refreshments
Chemistry-Physics 179
Opening remarks
Chemistry-Physics 155
Juha Heinonen
University of Michigan
Quasi-conformal mappings with Sobolev boundary values
Chemistry-Physics 155
Chemistry-Physics 155
2:00-2:50pm Steve Hofmann
University of Missouri
The Lewis extrapolation method for Carleson measures and its use in harmonic analsis and partial differential equations
Chemistry-Physics 155
Bob Hardt
Rice University
Plateau problems involving size minimization, fractional power integrands and scans
Chemistry-Physics 155
4:00-4:30pm Coffee Break Chemistry-Physics 179
4:30-5:20pm Hi Jun Choe
Yonsei University
Existence questions for slightly compressible Navier-Stokes equations
Chemistry-Physics 155
8:00pm Party
Saturday, 16 March 2002

8:30-9:00am Coffee and registration Chemistry-Physics 179
9:00-9:50am William Ziemer
Indiana University
The co-area formula and rectifiability for Sobolev mappings
Chemistry-Physics 155
10:00-10:50am Andy Vogel
Syracuse University
The failure of rank one connections
Chemistry-Physics 155
11:00-11:20am Coffee break Chemistry-Physics 179
11:20am-12:10pm Carlos Kenig
University of Chicago
Asymptotic stability of viscous scalar conservation laws
Chemistry-Physics 155
12:10-2:00pm Lunch
2:00-2:50pm Michael Crandall
University of California at Santa Barbara
Another way to say harmonic
Chemistry-Physics 155
3:00-3:50pm Donatella Danielli
Purdue University
Non-doubling Ahlfors measures, perimeter measures, and the characterization of the trace spaces of Sobolev functions in Carnot-Caratheodory spaces
Chemistry-Physics 155
4:00-4:30pm Coffee break Chemistry-Physics 179
4:30-5:00pm Panel discussion: current state and future trends in partial differential equations Chemistry-Physics 155
Boone Faculty Center
If you would like to register for the banquet, please contact by 1 March 2002.
Boone Faculty Center
Sunday, 17 March 2002

Coffee Chemistry-Physics 155
Michel Pierre
Some questions arising in shape optimization
Chemistry-Physics 155
Changyou Wang
University of Kentucky
Blow-up analysis for the heat equation of harmonic maps
Chemistry-Physics 155
Coffee Break
Chemistry-Physics 179
Craig Evans
University of California at Berkeley
Three singular variational problems
Chemistry-Physics 155

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