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October 8-12, 2000

Symposium on Trends in Nonlinear Analysis - TiNA 2000.
Location: Communication Center of the "Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum" (DKFZ) on the Campus of the University of Heidelberg, Im Neuenheimer Feld 280.

The understanding of nonlinear phenomena has become a central theme in applied mathematics. The aim of this conference is to discuss the challenges applied nonlinear analysis has to face given the increased diversity of scientific problems.

A sections for contributed talks and section organizers

A. PATTERNS AND DYNAMICS Bernold Fiedler, Freie Universität Berlin and Angela Stevens, MPI for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig
B. EVOLUTION EQUATIONS Hans Engler, Georgetown University, Washington
C. MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY Wolfgang Alt, Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitaet Bonn and Horst Thieme, Arizona State University, Tempe
D. MULTISCALE PROBLEMS Andro Mikelic, Universite Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and Felix Otto, Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
E. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS Jozef Kacur, Comenius University, Bratislava and Dietmar Kroener, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
F. QUALITATIVE PROPERTIES OF ELLIPTIC AND PARABOLIC EQUATIONS Steffen Heinze, MPI for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig and Bernd Kawohl, Universität zu Köln

How to contribute

Participants are encouraged to apply to give an oral presentation of 30 minutes in one of the above sections. The conference language is English. Please see our webpage for details on submission of abstracts. There you find the LaTeX- classfile, a template for your two pages of reviewable abstract, and the e-mail address where to send the abstract. The number of contributions is limited to about 50. Acceptance is based on a review process - the decision will be made by beginning of July.


Conference fee

The registration fee is 100 EURO. A registration form is now available on our webpage. The late registration fee is 150 EURO (payment after September 1, 2000).

Invited speakers Constantine M. Dafermos (Brown University, Providence)
Peter Deuflhard (Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum, Berlin)
Odo Diekmann (Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht)
Gerhard Dziuk (Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiburg)
Paul C. Fife (University of Utah, Salt Lake City)
Avner Friedman (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis)
Karl-Heinz Hoffmann (TU Muenchen and Stiftung CAESAR, Bonn)
Frank C. Hoppensteadt (Arizona State University, Tempe)
Gerhard Huisken (Universitaet Tuebingen and Princeton University, Princeton)
Masayasu Mimura (Hiroshima University, Hiroshima)
Stefan Mueller (MPI for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig)
James D. Murray (University of Washington, Seattle)
Jindrich Necas (Northern Illinois University, Dekalb)
Vladimir Oliker (Emory University, Atlanta)
George C. Papanicolaou (Stanford University, Stanford)
Nina Nikolaevna Uraltseva (St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg)
Paul Waltman (Emory University, Atlanta)

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Bob Kooi
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