Journée EDP et mathématiques appliquées à la biologie :
Reaction-diffusion equations and applications to biology
Thursday March 23, 2017
LMAH, Le Havre - Normandie
The applied mathematics laboratory of Le Havre Normandie university (LMAH) organizes a one-day workshop on reaction-diffusion equations and theirs applications to biology.
(The university is located 5 minutes walk from the train station.)
The conferences will take place at the U.F.R. Sciences et Techniques, in the Amphitheatre Normand in the morning, and Amphitheatre Lesueur in the afternoon.
- 09h00-10h00: Hiroshi Matano
Front propagation in the predator-prey model.
- 10h00-11h00: Alain Miranville
Some generalizations of the Cahn-Hilliard equation.
- 11h00-11h15: coffee break
- 11h15-12h15: Danielle Hilhorst
On the stochastic mass conserved Allen-Cahn equation with additive noise.
- 14h00-14h45: Gisella Croce
A variational method for the selection of solutions to an implicit system of PDE.
- 14h45-15h45: Ryo Ito
Analysis of the minimal travelling wave speed via the methods of Young measures.
- 15h45-16h15: coffee break
- 16h15-17h00: David Manceau
Regularity of a generalized diffusion problem in a cylindrical domain.
- 17h00-18h00: Jan Elias
Singular limit of a reaction-diffusion-ODE system for the neolithic dispersal of farmers and hunter-gatherers.