November 10-12, 2020, Moscow, Russia (Zoom) SCHOOL FOR YOUNG MECHANICIANS AND MATHEMATICIANS
Mathematical Methods of Mechanics
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ABOUT THE SCHOOL
The school will feature lectures by leading scientists and short speeches by young researchers and students. The school's topics include the theory of integrable systems, the theory of differential equations, and the application of fundamental results to the description and study of practically significant models of continuum mechanics.
Working language: Russian (mostly) and English
Update 02.11.2020: All lectures will be online-only. The Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants shortly.
Update 03.11.2020: Please, use this link to watch the talks. You can also use Zoom Conference ID: 431 416 5095 and Password: 12345.
Valery Kozlov Andrey Kulikovskii
Anna Chugainova Andrey Il'ichev Ivan Polekhin
The school has been supported by the Russian Science Foundation (Project No. 19-71-30012), by the Ministry of Education and Science (Project No. 075-15-2019-1614) and by the Ural Mathematical Center (UMC).
If you are under 35 years old you can participate in the school with a short (up to 5 minutes) presentation:
1. Prepare a presentation (up to 10 slides in English) 2. Send us your presentation via the registration form (as a pdf or PowerPoint file) 3. Young researchers with the best presentations will be invited to the school.
We are ready to cover all expenses during the travel to Moscow for all young researchers who will participate in the school with a presentation.
You can participate in the school without a talk. In this case your travel expenses will not be covered.
Sergey Gavrilyuk;Marseille, France;Hyperbolic description of dispersive phenomena
Michael Todorov;Sofia, Bulgaria;Coupled system of nonlinear Schroedinger equations: nonlinearity and/or integrability
Alexander Chesnokov; Novosibirsk, Russia;Turbulent mixing in a Hele-Shaw cell
Leo Brevdo;Kehl, Germany;Absolute instability of spatially developing unbounded ﬂows and media
Vladimir Gerdjikov;Sofia, Bulgaria;On mKdV equations and 2-dimensional Toda field theories: algebraic structures and Hamiltonian properties
Alexander Nazarov;Saint-Petersburg, Russia;The Aleksandrov-Bakelman maximum principle
David Pritchard;Glasgow, Scotland;Mathematical aspects of droplet evaporation
Michel Destrade;Galway, Ireland;The mechanics of the brain
Vasily Vedeneev;Moscow, Russia;Flutter of aircraft skin panels in supersonic flow
Nikоlay Sidnyaev;Moscow, Russia;Mathematical modeling of compositional rotatable plans in mechanics problems
Ivan Polekhin;Moscow, Russia;Averaging meets Topology
Sergey Sokolov;Moscow, Russia;TBA