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International Conference on Free Boundary Problems: Theory and Applications

23rd June 2014 to 27th June 2014

Organisers: Gui-Qiang Chen (Oxford), Charlie Elliott (Warwick) and John King (Nottingham)

Workshop Theme

In conjunction with the Isaac Newton Institute programme, this is the 13th International Conference on Free Boundary Problems: Theory and Applications, in the series beginning in Montecatini (Italy, 1981) and succeeding in Maubuisson (France, 1984), Irsee (Germany, 1987), Montreal (Canada, 1990), Toledo (Spain, 1993), Zakopane (Poland, 1995), Crete (Greece, 1997), Chiba (Japan, 1999), Trento (Italy, 2002), Coimbra (Portugal, 2005), Stockholm (Sweden, 2008), and Chiemsee (Germany, 2012). The aim of the conference is to bring together mathematical scientists with interests in the theory, numerics and applications of free boundary problems and discuss recent significant advances and current trends/directions in Free Boundary Problems and Related Topics.

There will be seven focus sessions on Free Boundary Problems (FBPs):

  • Analysis of Free Boundary Problems
  • FBPs in Fluid Mechanics
  • FBPs in mixed PDEs
  • Numerics for FBPs
  • FBPs in Materials Science
  • FBPs in Biology
  • Recent developments in FBPs
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