Series of Lectures
                                                                                                         December 21, 2018

We are going to organize a RACMaS Lectures and Workshop: " Applied Mathematics and PDEs, Part II ". The series of two lectures will be delivered by Prof. Guido Schneider who is known as a leading expert in multiscale analysis and pattern formation.

Title : The NLS approximation-Applications and mathematical theory
Lecturer:Guido Schneider (Universitat Stuttgart, Germany)
Graduate School of Information Sciences,  6F Small lecture room
Schedule:  Guido.pdf

January 22nd (Tuesday)10:30- 12:00 :
1) Maxwell equations in glass fibers
2) An example: The NLS approximation for the Klein-Gordon equation
3) The universality of the NLS equation

January 22nd(Tuesday) 13:30- 15:00:
Construction of modulating pulse solutions via center manifold reduction.

Also, the workshop will follow this series of lectures by Prof. Schneider:

Date:January 23rd(Wednesday) 10:00-17:20
Graduate School of Information Sciences,  2F Large lecture room

10:00-11:00  Yasumasa Nishiura (WPI-AIMR, Tohoku University)
A mathematical model for multi-polymer nanoparticles
- From bilateral to trilateral -

11:10-12:10  Jun Masamune (Hokkaido University)
H-convergence on Riemannian manifolds


13:30-14:00  Takanori Kuroda (Waseda University)
Complex Ginzburg-Landau equations as parabolic equations

14:10-14:40  Yuka Teramoto (Kyushu University)
Time periodic solutions of artificial compressible system

15:10-16:10  Yoshiyuki Kagei (Kyushu University)
Stability of spatio-temporal periodic solutions of the compressible
Navier-Stokes equations

16:20-17:20  Guido Schneider (Stuttgart University)
Validity and failure of amplitude equations: an overview and recent results

References :
Reika Fukuizumi (Tohoku University): fukuizumi (at)
Shigeru Sakaguchi (Tohoku University) : sigersak (at)

The past series of lectures

・RACMaS Lectures「Applied Mathematics and PDEs, Part I」(2018年10月29日から11月2日)