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Free Boundary Problems and Related Evolution Equations (Cancelled, postponement under evaluation with funding agencies)

created by kholmatov2 on 30 Dec 2019
modified on 19 Jun 2020

7 sep 2020 - 9 sep 2020   [open in google calendar]

Department of Mathematics, University of Vienna, Austria

New exciting trends in the study of free boundary problems have recently emerged, and renewed interest has been sparked among mathematicians, also in view of promising implications for applications. The aim of the meeting is to provide an international platform to present and discuss such new developments, with special emphasis on mean curvature flow of two and more phases, crystalline mean curvature flow of grain boundaries, evolutions related to nonlocal functionals, and quasistatic evolutions in elastic media. Prominent scientists in the fields of calculus of variations, geometric flows, and continuum mechanics are brought together to create an interactive group with interested participants to promote an exchange of ideas and enhance collaborations.

Registration is free, but mandatory. Please register before August 20, 2020, sending email to

Organizers: Giovanni Bellettini, Shokhrukh Kholmatov, Paolo Piovano.

Speakers: Sergio Conti, Patrick Dondl, Irene Fonseca, Nicola Fusco, Yoshikazu Giga, Stefan Krömer, Martin Kruzik, Gian Paolo Leonardi, Massimiliano Morini, Matteo Novaga, Maurizio Paolini, Marcello Ponsiglione, Piotr Rybka.

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