SS64 AIMS 2016 Meeting, Orlando, Florida, USA

Title:  Dynamics of evolutionary equations in the applied sciences
Organizer(s):
Name: Affiliation: Country: Email Address:
Tomas Caraballo
Universidad de Sevilla
Spain
caraball@us.es
Xiaoying Han
Auburn University
USA
xzh0003@auburn.edu
Felipe Rivero
Universidade Federal Fluminense
Brazil
lfeliperiverog@gmail.com
Introduction:
Evolutionary differential equations are primary mathematical tools used to model various problems from a large variety of subjects such as biology, physics, engineering, material sciences, neurosciences, etc. In additional to fundamental questions such as the existence and well-posedness of evolution systems, more efforts in recent years have been devoted to the study of dynamics and qualitative/quantitative properties of the systems, e.g., asymptotic behaviors, special structures of solutions and stability/instability of special structures, travelling waves, temporal/spatial chaos, etc. Results in these areas have shown significant impact on various interdisciplinary areas, such as atmosphere and ocean studies, macro-micro mechanics of materials, cancer research, etc. The main goal of this special session is to present most recent results on various dynamical aspects of evolutionary systems, with an emphasis on those arising from the applied sciences.
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