Theme of the EuroConference
Hyperbolic problems in Astrophysics and Cosmology (relativistic compressible fluid models, the Einstein Field equations of General Relativity) are particularly challenging for the applied mathematician. They are essential in order to uncover the structure and formation of the Universe. Main topics: general relativity, linear and nonlinear hyperbolic equations, Riemann solvers, well-posedness theory for the Einstein equations, black hole geometries, interaction of gravity with other force fields, etc
Partial list of invited speakers
C Bona Garcia (Palma de Mallorca, Spain), *D Christodoulou (Zuerich, Switzerland), M Dafermos (Cambridge, USA), H Friedrich (Golm, Germany), JA Font (Burjassot, Spain), *S Klainerman (Princeton, USA), S Komissarov (Leeds, UK), A Linden (Bloomington, USA), MAH MacCallum (London, UK), LJ Mason (Oxford, UK), A Rendall (Golm, Germany), O Reula (Cordoba, Argentina), *E Seidel (Golm, Germany), J Smoller (Ann Arbor, USA), JM Stewart (Cambridge, UK), B Temple (Davis, USA), G Weinstein (Birmingham, USA).
(* = pending confirmation)
There will be an opportunity for individuals interested in participating in the scheduled Poster Session, please indicate on the online application form if you wish to take part. A short abstract together with a title will be required. Note that a limited number of posters only can be accepted.
Location and Costs
The EuroConference will take place at the Newton Institute and accommodation for participants will be provided in single study bedrooms with shared bathroom at Wolfson Court. The workshop package, costing £360, includes accommodation, breakfast and dinner from dinner on Sunday 22 June 2003 until breakfast on Saturday 28 June 2003, and lunch and refreshments during the days that lectures take place.
The closing date for the receipt of applications has now passed, however applications can still be submitted and will be accepted as long as space and funding permit.