SS92 AIMS 2016 Meeting, Orlando, Florida, USA

Title:  Variational, Topological and Set-Valued Methods for Nonlinear Problems
Organizer(s):
Name: Affiliation: Country: Email Address:
Pasquale Candito
Università di Reggio Calabria
Italy
pasquale.candito@unirc.it
Giuseppina D`Aguì
Università di Messina
Italy
dagui@unime.it
Roberto Livrea
Università di Reggio Calabria
Italy
roberto.livrea@unirc.it
Salvatore A. Marano
Università di Catania
Italy
marano@dmi.unict.it
Introduction:
The aim of this session is to focus on the qualitative analysis of nonlinear problems, e.g., ordinary and partial differential equations, variational-hemivariational inequalities, difference and algebraic systems. Emphasis will be given to the results obtained by exploiting the synergy between the classical nonlinear analysis methods like the critical point theory, the fixed point theorems, the topological degree, the Morse theory, the set-valued analysis and so on. In particular, the existence, non-existence, multiplicity and sign information of the solutions of a wide range of nonlinear problems will be studied.
List of approved abstract