UC San Diego


U.C. SAN DIEGO, June 2 - 3, 2018


Ioan Bejenaru, Tarek Elgindi, and Andrej ZlatoŇ°

Invited Speakers

Peter Constantin (Princeton)
Sergey Denisov (UW Madison)
Susan Friedlander (USC)
Mihaela Ignatova (Princeton)
Toan Nguyen (Penn State)
Steve Shkoller (UC Davis)
Sijue Wu (Michigan)
Bill Young (UCSD)


All talks will be held in Halkin Room (6402) in the Applied Mathematics and Physics building on the UCSD campus.

Registration and Funding: There is no registration fee. However, if you are interested in participating, please fill in the blank fields below and click on the "Submit Registration Information" button at the bottom of the page in order to register for the conference. This will help the organizers make proper catering arrangements and dinner reservations. Funding will also be available to junior partcipants. To apply for funding, please contact Tarek Elgindi at telgindi@ucsd.edu.


Sat. June 2 Sun. June 3

Breakfast 8:30-9:00 Breakfast

Bill Young--A two-dimensional vortex condensate at high Reynolds number 9:00-9:50 Sijue Wu--Wellposedness of the 2d full water wave equation in a regime that allows for non-C^1 interfaces

Mihaela Ignatova--SQG in Bounded Domains 10:00-10:50 Peter Constantin--Remarks on the inviscid limit

Coffee Break 11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
11:15-12:05 Toan Nguyen--L^oo instability of Prandtl's layers
Steve Shkoller--Global existence of large solutions to the compressible Euler equations with physical vacuum in three space dimensions

Lunch Break
2:00-2:50 Sergey Denisov--2d Euler equation in infinite cylinder: some stability and confinement results
Coffee Break
Susan Friedlander--Kolmogorov, Onsager and a stochastic model for turbulence

Abstracts of Talks

Directions to the UCSD campus and the AP&M building (Math. Department).

Parking on the UCSD Campus is free on weekends. You may park in any of the parking lots near the AP&M building (P207 is closest). For a campus map, please click here. Please do not park in the "Reserved" and "A parking 24/7" spaces.

Important note for J1 visa holders: Professors and research scholars may participate in occasional lectures and short-term consultations, if authorized to do so by their sponsor. Such lectures and consultations must be incidental to the exchange visitor's primary program activities. If wages or other remuneration are received by the exchange visitor for such activities, the exchange visitor must act as an independent contractor, as defined in 8 CFR 274a.1(j), and the relevant criteria and procedures must be satisfied. For example J-1 scholars coming from Yale to present a lecture at UCSD or attend a conference should receive a letter from Yale's International Center indicating that they are eligible to receive a reimbursement from UCSD. Such a request must be done BEFORE the event.

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