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IMA Annual Program Year Workshop
Analysis and Computation of Incompressible Fluid Flow
February 22-26, 2010

Claude Bardos Retired, Laboratoire Jacques Louis Lions University Pierre and Marie Curie
Peter Constantin Mathematics, University of Chicago
Jian-Guo Liu Mathematics and Physics, Duke University
Vladimir Sverak Mathematics, University of Minnesota
Edriss Saleh Titi Mathematics, University of California, Irvine and The Weizmann Institute of Science

The mathematical and numerical analysis of incompressible flows is of paramount importance for understanding basic nonlinear phenomena in science and engineering. The subject contains some of the most challenging nonlinear partial differential equations of mathematical physics, posing problems for both analysis and computation. This workshop will address modern developments in the core analytical issues of existence and uniqueness of smooth solutions, as well as of weak solutions and statistical solutions. Additional topics will include geophysical flows, analysis of complex fluid models, free surface problems, vanishing viscosity limits, and numerical methods for scientific computation of complex flows.


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