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#### HCDTE Lecture Notes. Part II. Nonlinear HYperboliC PDEs, Dispersive and Transport Equations

By Giovanni Alberti Fabio Ancona Gianluca Crippa Stefano Bianchini Camillo De Lellis Andrea Marson Corrado Mascia (Eds.)

ISBN-10: 1-60133-015-4 ISBN-13: 978-1-60133-015-4

This is the second of two volumes containing the lecture notes of some of the courses given during the intensive trimester HCDTE, Nonlinear Hyper-bolic PDEs, Dispersive and Transport Equations: analysis and control, held at SISSA, Trieste (Italy) from May 16th to July 22nd, 2011.

The lectures covered a number of difierent topics within the fields of hy-perbolic equations, fluid dynamic, dispersive and transport equations, measure theory and control and they were primarily intended for PhD students and young researchers at the beginning of their career.

S. Daneri and A. Figalli, Variational models for the incompressible Euler equations

A. Pratelli and S. Puglisi, Elastic deformations on the plane and approximations

G. Staffilani, Periodic Schrodinger equations in Hamiltonian form

L. Székelyhidi, From isometric embeddings to turbulence

M. Westdickenberg, Finite energy solutions to the isentropic Euler equations

The lectures covered a number of difierent topics within the fields of hy-perbolic equations, fluid dynamic, dispersive and transport equations, measure theory and control and they were primarily intended for PhD students and young researchers at the beginning of their career.

S. Daneri and A. Figalli, Variational models for the incompressible Euler equations

A. Pratelli and S. Puglisi, Elastic deformations on the plane and approximations

G. Staffilani, Periodic Schrodinger equations in Hamiltonian form

L. Székelyhidi, From isometric embeddings to turbulence

M. Westdickenberg, Finite energy solutions to the isentropic Euler equations

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