Seminars, Conferences and Workshops

This page gives an overview of upcoming and previous conferences and workshops of the Analysis Group.

Aktuelle Seminare WS 2022/23
Title Year Date Location
Dr. Ir. Emiel Lorist (TU Delft, Niederlande)
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2023 26.01 S2/15 Room 401
Dr. Sebastian Bechtel (TU Delft, Niederlande)
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2022 15.12. S2/15 Room 401
Dr. Olli Saari (Universität Bonn)
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2022 01.12. S2/15 Room 401
Tim Böhnlein (TU Darmstadt)
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2022 10.11. S2/15 Room 401
Jonas Lenz (Universität Mainz)
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2022 27.10. S2/15 Room 401
Title Year Date Location
Jun. Prof. Patrick Tolksdorf (Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz)
On off-diagonal behavior of the generalized Stokes operator
2022 31.05. S2/15 Room 315
William Golding (The University of Texas at Austin)
Blow-up and De Giorgi techniques applied to a system of hyperbolic conservation laws
2022 20.05. S2/15 Room 315
Gabriel Sattig (Universität Leipzig)
Genericity of non-Lagrangian solutions to the transport equation
2022 03.05. S2/15 Room 315
PhD Martina Zizza (SISSA Trieste)
A density result of mixing BV vector fields
2022 10.02. S2/15 Room 51 and Zoom
Dr. Martin Saal (TU Darmstadt)
The primitive equations with stochastic wind driven boundary
conditions
2022 27.01. S2/15 Room 51 and Zoom
Tarek Zöchling (TU Darmstadt)
L1 maximal regularity of the Stokes Operator via Da Prato-Grisvard
2022 13.01. S2/15 Room 51
Dr. Tim Binz (TU Darmstadt)
An abstract approach to fluid-rigid body interaction problems
(joint work with Felix Brandt and Matthias Hieber)
2021 09.12. S2/15 Room 51
M.Sc. Miriam Buck (TU Darmstadt)
Convex integration and its application to the problem of the chain
rule for the divergence of a vector field
2021 02.12. S2/15 Room 51
M.Sc. Felix Brandt (TU Darmstadt)
Local well-posedness of Hibler's dynamic thermodynamic sea ice model
2021 25.11. S2/15 Room 51
Dr. Björn Augner (TU Darmstadt)
Fast sorption and fast surface chemistry limits in heterogeneous catalysis: mathematical modelling and analysis
2021 18.11. S2/15 Room 51
Dr. Antonio Agresti (IST Austria)
Recent developments in fluid dynamics models for turbulent flows
2021 11.11. S2/15 Room 51
Dr. Simone Ciani (TU Darmstadt)
Anisotropic p-Laplacean equations: a new approach to the theory of regularity.
2021 28.10. S2/15 Room 51
Dr. Andrew Morris (University of Birmingham)
A first-order approach to solvability for singular Schrödinger equations
2021 14.10. S2/15 Room 51
Massimo Sorella Doctoral Assistant (EPFL Lausanne) Leroy-Hopf solutions for the Navier-Stokes equations are “few” in the space of weak solutions 2021 15.09. S2/15 Room 244
Title Year Date Location
Mathematical Advances in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (opens in new tab) 2022 13-19 November Oberwolfach
Nonlinear PDEs in Fluid Dynamics 2022 09-13 May CIRM, Luminy (France)
Mathematical Advances in Geophysical Flows – Research School 2022 04-08 April CIRM, Luminy (France)
5th International Conference on Droplets 2021 16–18 August online conference
Analysis Day on Fluid Dynamics on the occasion of the retirement of Prof. Reinhard Farwig (opens in new tab) 2021 18 June workshop via Zoom
Workshop on Mathematical Methods in Continuum Physics and Engineering: Theory, Models, Simulation on the occasion of the 70th birthday of Hans-Dieter Alber (opens in new tab) 2019 6–7 November Technical University Darmstadt, Darmstadt
Evolution Equations – Abstract and Applied Perspectives, conference in honor of the 60th birthday of Prof. Matthias Hieber 2019 28 October- 01 November CIRM, Luminy (France)
International Conference Nonlinear Analysis in honour of Herbert Amann's 80th birthday 2019 11–14 June Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa in Cortona
Conference Maximal Regularity and Nonlinear PDE 2019 26–30 May Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto
International Workshop on Multi-Phase Flows: Analysis, Modelling and Numerics (opens in new tab) 2018 27–30 November Waseda University, Tokyo
Workshops and conferences regarding IRTG 1529 (International Research Training Group 1529 Mathematical Fluid Dynamics 2018 – 2009 Technical University Darmstadt
Waseda University,Tokyo
University of Tokyo