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Stochastic Methods in Coagulation and Fragmentation


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7th December 2003 to 13th December 2003

 Organisers: James Norris (Cambridge), Markus Kraft (Cambridge), Wolfgang Wagner (Berlin)

Supported by the European Commission, Research DG, Human Potential Programme, High-Level Scientific Conferences - HPCF-CT-2002-00106

EuroWorkshop Theme

The EuroWorkshop will covers recent advances in the analysis of stochastic models for coagulation and fragmentation. Topics will include: deterministic scaling limits and analysis of limit equations, spatial models, multiple coagulation, homogeneous and self-similar processes, fast numerical schemes for coagulation/fragmentation equations, gelation phenomena. A special session will be devoted to applications in chemical engineering and computational issues arising in industrial applications.

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