Kinetic and hyperbolic equations play vital roles in the modeling of physical systems ranging from gas dynamics, plasmas, semiconductor devices to biological and social sciences. The study of kinetic and hyperbolic equations brings out rich mathematics and calls for special techniques from analysis, numerical analysis and scientific computing. The aim of this conference is to bring together junior and senior experts in all aspects of kinetic and hyperbolic equations and provide the state of the art and most recent developments in the field.
- Paola Allegrini, Université de Toulouse - France
- Mehdi Badsi, Université de Nantes - France
- Christophe Berthon, Université de Nantes - France
- Marianne Bessemoulin-Chatard, CNRS Nantes - France
- Alain Blaustein, Université Toulouse, France
- Luis Chacon, Los Alamos National Laboratory- USA
- Frédérique Charles, Sorbonne Université - France
- Anaïs Crestetto, Université de Nantes - France
- Nicolas Crouseilles, Inria Rennes - France
- Pierre Degond, CNRS-Toulouse, France
- Bruno Després, Sorbonne Université - France
- Giacomo Dimarco, Ferrare University - Italy
- Victor Fournet, Sorbonne Université - France
- Clément Guillet, Université Toulouse - France
- Shi Jin, Shanghai Jiao Tong University - China
- Jingwei Hu, University of Washington - USA
- Katharina Kormann, University of Bochum - Germany
- Etienne Lehman, Université Toulouse - France
- Liu Liu, Chinese University of Hong Kong - China
- Raphaël Loubère, CNRS Bordeaux - France
- Luis Miguel Rodrigues, Université de Rennes - France
- Hélène Mathis, Université de Montpellier - France
- Lorenzo Pareschi, Ferrare University - Italy
- Jingmei Qiu, Delaware University - USA
- Eric Sonnendrucker, Max Planck Institute, Munich - Germany
The workshop will start on Monday December 12th morning (01:30pm) and end on Friday December 16th afternoon (01:00pm).
The lunches and the social diner organized on Wednesday, December 14th are offered.
They are no registration fees.
The workshop 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.