Kinetic Description of Multiscale Phenomena
Kinetic FRG Young Researchers Workshop
|Organizing Committee||Scientific Content||Photos|
|Contact||Poster||An updated schedule|
|Dionisios Margetis||University of Maryland|
|Antoine Mellet||University of Maryland|
|Thanos Tzavaras||University of Maryland|
|Eitan Tadmor||University of Maryland|
Kinetic descriptions play a critical role in the physical, social, and biological sciences, and have expanded into diverse applications of cutting-edge technology ranging from microfluidics, semiconductors, polymers and plasma to traffic networking and swarming. Modern kinetic theory captures fundamental issues in the modeling and simulation of phenomena across length and time scales, from the atomistic to the continuum. In the context of kinetic theory mathematical approaches help the design of numerical methods and, conversely, numerical simulations help improve the quantitative understanding of underlying complex problems.
This workshop is targeting primarily researchers at an early stage of their career. It will focus on recent developments in the modeling and simulation of multiscale phenomena via kinetic methods. These include, for example, analytic techniques for the passage from particle systems to macroscopic descriptions in classical and quantum mechanical settings; computational methods for multiscale problems in materials science and fluid dynamics; and the asymptotic analysis of kinetic equations to describe macroscopic behaviors (homogenization of transport problems, diffusion limit, hydrodynamic limits).
Partial funding is provided by the NSF Focus Research Group (FRG) on Kinetic Description of Multiscale Phenomena: Modeling, Theory and Computation at the University of Maryland.
|The FRG is supported by the National Science Foundation.|
The program schedule is available here.
A limited amount of funding is available for researchers in the early stages of their career who want to attend the full program.
|Ricardo Alonso||University of Texas at Austin|
|Ying Da Cheng||University of Texas at Austin|
|Bin Cheng||University of Michigan|
|Maria Emelianenko||George Mason University|
|Pak-Wing Fok||California Institute of Technology and UCLA|
|Maria Gualdani||University of Texas at Austin|
|Clemens Heitzinger||University of Vienna|
|Neeraj Jain||University of Maryland|
|James Halbert||University of Maryland|
|Juhi Jang||New York University|
|Ning Jiang||New York University|
|Chanwoo Kim||Brown University|
|David Kinderlehrer||Carnegie Mellon University|
|Young-Sam Kwon||University of Maryland|
|Dave Levermore||University of Maryland|
|Yi Mao||Michigan State University|
|Nicholas Mecholsky||University of Maryland|
|Sébastien Motsch||Mathematical Institute of Toulouse (France)|
|Vladislav Panferov||California State University, Northridge|
|Gael Raoul||CMLA – Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan|
|Govardhan Reddy||University of Maryland|
|Benjamin Seibold||Massechusetts Institute of Technology|
|Richard Sharp||Carnegie Mellon University|
|Jaemin Shin||Iowa State University|
|Alexandros Sopasakis||University of North Carolina at Charlotte|
|Zhongming Wang||University of California, San Diego|
|Dongming Wei||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
|Xu Yang||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
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Center for Scientific Computation And Mathematical Modeling (CSCAMM)
Computer Science Instructional Center (Building #406)
University of Maryland, College Park
College Park, MD 20742-3289
The poster is available here as a PDF.
The photo gallery is available here.