Partial Differential Equations with Random Coefficients
organised by Weierstrass Institute, Berlin, 13 – 15 November, 2013
NEW: Slides of the talks
Slides of minicourses
- Nicolas Dirr (lecture 1) (lecture 2)
- Hermann G. Matthies (lecture 1) (lecture 2)
- Robert Scheichl (lecture 1)(lecture 2)
Slides of research talks
- Francesca Bonizzoni (.pdf)
- Martin Eigel (.pdf)
- Fabio Nobile (.pdf)
- Wolfgang Nowak (.pptx)
- Werner Römisch (.pdf)
Goal and participantsThe goal is to study modeling, analysis and numerics of PDEs with random coefficients, in particular in view of the influence of randomness on questions like existence, uniqueness and critical behaviour of the solutions. The workshop will take place from Wednesday, November 13 (morning), till Friday, November 15 (early afternoon). In the three mornings, there will be three minicourses delivered by:
- Francesca Bonizzoni (Lausanne)
- Alexey Chernov (Reading)
- Martin Eigel (WIAS Berlin)
- Oliver Ernst (Chemnitz)
- Vincent Heuveline (Heidelberg)
- Fabio Nobile (Lausanne)
- Anthony Nouy (Nantes)
- Wolfgang Nowak (Stuttgart)
- Werner Römisch (HU Berlin)
- DFG Research Center Matheon (link)
RegistrationAll those interested are welcome. For organisational purposes, please send a short message about your presence to email@example.com by 3 November, as there is a limited seat capacity. Thank you!
Here you find our PROGRAM and the workshop booklet including abstracts and all important information.
LocationThe workshop will take place at the Weierstrass Institute (WIAS), which is located in a historic building in the center of Berlin. The workshop address is: WIAS Berlin, Mohrenstraße 39, 10117 Berlin, Germany.
The Erhard Schmidt lecture room of WIAS is equipped with a blackboard, two overhead projectors and a digital projector with a laptop (Windows system), as well as intranet and internet.