Saturday, May 15

Nonlinear Equations/Modeling and PDEs III

3:30 PM-5:00 PM
Room: Savannah 2
Chair: Julie A. Byrne, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

3:30-3:42 The Low-Amplitude Limit of the Maxwell-Bloch Equations
Julie A. Byrne and Gregor Kovacic, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; and Ildar Gabitov, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Cancelled 3:45-3:57 Superconvergent Functionals via Adjoint Error Analysis
Niles A. Pierce, California Institute of Technology; and Michael B. Giles, Oxford University Computing Laboratory, United Kingdom
4:00-4:12 Variational Methods for a Class of Transmission Problems Exterior to a Thin Domain
Nilima Nigam, University of Delaware
4:15-4:27 Gravitationally-Driven Drainage of Thin Films
Shailesh Naire and Richard J. Braun, University of Delaware; and Steven Snow, Dow Corning Corp.
4:30-4:42 Computation of Surface Evolution in Sintering Using PETSc/PVODE
Wen Zhang, Oakland University
New 4:45-4:57 A Validation Method for Linear Systems with Infinitely Many Unknowns
Walter Krämer and Edgar Kaucher, Universität Karlsruhe, Germany
Cancelled 5:00-5:12 Approximation of Detonation Dynamics by the Compressible Euler Equations with Singular Source Terms
D. Scott Stewart, University of Illinois, Urbana
New 5:15-5:27 Some Mathematical Issues in the Modeling of Flow Phenomena of Polymeric Liquid Crystal
Carme Calderer and Bagisa Mukherjee, Pennsylvania State University

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