Memorial Day Celebration!
Please join us at our Welcome Reception Barbecue, Monday, May 26th from 6-8 PM, where we will be serving traditional barbecue fare including hot dogs, hamburgers, veggieburgers, assorted salads, beans, snacks, dessert and beverages! Be sure to indicate on the registration form if you plan to attend.
The purpose of the SIAG is to bring together researchers working on a variety of problems in dynamical systems and to give them contact with people of similar interests but often different backgrounds. By the establishment of this SIAG, cross-disciplinary interactions will be catalyzed among workers with interests in dynamics ranging from fundamental properties of dynamical systems to the development of software for use in the study of dynamics to applications to disciplines such as physics, chemistry and engineering. Also, the SIAG will foster interactions between the academic community working in dynamics and workers in industrial and government settings.
Tasso Kaper, Boston University, (co-chair)
Dave Levermore, University of Maryland, College Park
John Lowengrub, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Jerry Marsden, California Institute of Technology
Dave McLaughlin, Courant Institute, New York University
George Oster, University of California, Berkeley
Mary Pugh, University of Toronto, Canada (co-chair)
Laurette Tuckerman, LIMSI-CNRS, France
Mary Lou Zeeman, University of Texas, San Antonio
SIAM and the Conference Organizing Committee wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to the Army Research Office, the Department of Energy and the Office of Naval Research for their support of this conference.
Computational and Experimental Neuroscience
Dynamics of Foams
Experimental and Theoretical Nonlinear Physics
Intra- and Inter-Cellular Dynamics
Navier-Stokes Equations and Dynamical Systems
Nonlinear Control Theory
Numerical Methods: Scaling and Stochastics
Randomness in Biology
Reduction Theories for PDEs
Vortices, Organized Structures, Transition, and Turbulence
Electro-Manipulation of Particles
in Fluidic Devices
Nadine Aubry, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Computer Simulation of Dynamical
Systems: The Good, the Bad, and the Awful
Leo Kadanoff, University of Chicago
Computation: Enabling Microscopic Simulators to Perform System-Level Tasks
Yannis Kevrekidis, Princeton University
Schooling by Design: Coordinated
Naomi Leonard, Princeton University
Detlef Lohse, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Singular Asymptotics for Nonlinear
Peter Miller, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
What is the Design Trick by
Which Natural Selection Evolved Such Astonishingly Robust Genetic Networks?
Garrett Odell, University of Washington
The Navier-Stokes Equations
with Moving Interfaces and Surface Tension
Steve Shkoller, University of California, Davis
Dynamic Features of Motor
Networks and Behavior in Parkinson's Disease
Karen Sigvardt, University of California, Davis
Dynamical Systems and the Navier-Stokes
Gene Wayne, Boston University
Tuesday, May 27
8:30 PM - 8:40 PM
The SIAM Activity Group on Dynamical Systems Prize Session
The Jürgen Moser Lecture
8:45 PM - 9:30 PM
Is there a Natural Dynamics for Systems with Many Degrees of Freedom?
David Ruelle, Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques, France
The J.D. Crawford Prize
Yannis G. Kevrekidis, Princeton University
Please visit these pages for more information on the Moser Lecture and Crawford Prize
Professor J. Yorke of the University of Maryland presented the traditional Red Sock Awards to:
John Burke, Arizona State University
Rodica Curtu, University of Pittsburgh
Thilo Gross, Universitaet Oldenburg, Germany
Takashi Nishikawa, Arizona State University
Claire Postlethwaite, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Minisymposium proposals: October 29, 2002
Minisymposium abstracts and contributed abstracts: November 26, 2002
Contributed papers in lecture or poster format: November 26, 2002
Audio-Visual Requirements: April 23, 2003
You are invited to contribute a presentation for this conference in one of the following formats.
A minisymposium can consist of either four or six 25-minute presentations, with an additional five minutes for discussion after each presentation. We welcome minisymposium proposals from single individuals or small groups of up to three individuals. Also, organizers can propose two-part minisymposia --- thus allowing between eight and twelve speakers in the proposal. Prospective minisymposium organizers are asked to submit a proposal consisting of a title, a description (not to exceed 100 words), and a list of speakers and titles of their presentations using the Conference Management System available at: archive.siam.org/meetings/DS03/part.htm
It is common that at least one of the organizers make a presentation. Each minisymposium speaker should submit a 75-word abstract. The Organizing Committee will referee contributed minisymposia. The number of minisymposia may be limited to retain an acceptable level of parallelism in the conference sessions.
For further minisymposium organizer and participant information, please visit: archive.siam.org/meetings/resources/miniguid.htm
Deadline for submission of minisymposium proposals: October 29, 2002
Contributed presentations in lecture or poster format are invited in all areas consistent with the conference themes and the overall subject area of the Conference. Professor J. Yorke of the University of Maryland will present the traditional Red Sock Awards to the four best posters. This award will consist of a small sum plus a red sock. The organizers especially encourage poster contributions.
A contributed lecture involves a 15-minute oral presentation with an additional 5 minutes for discussion. A contributed poster involves the use of visual aids such as 8-1/2" x 11" sheets for mounting on a 4' x 6' poster board. A poster session is two hours long. Each contributor, either for a lecture or a poster, must submit a title and a brief abstract not to exceed 75 words. Please submit contributed presentations in lecture or poster format using the Conference Management System available at:
Deadline for submission of contributed abstracts: November 26, 2002
Please use SIAM's Conference Management System to submit minisymposium proposals, minisymposium abstracts and contributed abstracts in lecture or poster format.
Authors will be notified by e-mail in January 2003.
Standard AV Set-Up in Meeting Rooms
Every plenary session room will have two overhead projectors, two screens, and a data projector. All other breakout rooms will have one overhead projector, one screen, and a data projector.
Speakers may request audiovisual equipment, other than the standard equipment listed above, by contacting email@example.com by April 23, 2003. Additional requests are subject to approval. E-mail confirmation is sent to speakers who make special requests. To avoid confusion on-site, please be certain you receive an e-mail confirmation!
To review SIAM's audiovisual equipment policy, please visit archive.siam.org/meetings/resources/avnotice.htm
Registration for the conference is now OPEN!
Registration Information, Registration Form, Hotel Information, Hotel Form, Transportation Information
The program schedule and updates are now AVAILABLE!
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There is no short course associated with this SIAM Conference.
There is no workshop associated with this SIAM Conference.