Sep 26 – 30, 2022
Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse
Europe/Paris timezone

Aims and scope:

Parabolic and kinetic problems are ubiquitous in the modeling of population dynamics, including for example cell dynamics, animal or plant propagation, ecology, epidemiology. This workshop aims at presenting the latest results in the field, gathering the most recognised experts in the international community. Special emphasis will be made on reaction-diffusion equations, cross-diffusion systems and kinetic models, both on the theoretical and numerical aspects.

This workshop is part of the thematic semester Modelling, numerical analysis and scientific computing in PDEs organized by the Labex CIMI and will also serve as the opening workshop of the ANR JCJC Indyana.


The final program together with the book of titles and abstracts is available for download here.


List of speakers:

  • Elisa Affili
  • Maxime Breden
  • Vincent Calvez
  • Cécile Carrère
  • Catherine Choquet 
  • Chris Cosner
  • Elaine Crooks 
  • Noemi David
  • Laurent Desvillettes
  • Romain Ducasse
  • Raluca Eftimie 
  • Jimmy Garnier
  • François Hamel
  • Chris Henderson
  • Danielle Hilhorst 
  • Hélène Hivert 
  • Matt Holzer
  • Pierre Magal
  • Idriss Mazari
  • Sepideh Mirrahimi 
  • Ayman Moussa
  • Hyunjoon Park
  • Angela Stevens 
  • Susanna Terracini
  • Mingmin Zhang 


Organizers: Grégory Faye & Ariane Trescases (local organizers)

                      Thomas Giletti,  Léo Girardin, Quentin Griette & Alessandro Zilio

Practical information:

The workshop will start on Monday 26 September early afternoon (1:30pm) and end on Friday 30 September mid-afternoon (~3:30pm).

It will take place within the Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse, in the Amphitheater Laurent Schwartz. A detailed map of campus is available here : Access to campus. The amphitheater is located in building no. 23 on the campus map (rue Sébastienne Guyot).

From downtown, take the Metro B line up to "Université Paul Sabatier" station. The 1R3 mathematics building is two hundred meters away from the Metro station.

Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse
Amphithéâtre Laurent Schwartz, building 1R3
118 route de Narbonne 31062 Toulouse Cedex 9
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