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Encounters Between Discrete and Continuous Mathematics
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Workshop on Dynamical Networks, Numerical Analysis and Ergodic Theory

21-24. May, 2013

Hungary, Budapest, | Eötvös Loránd University, Institute of Mathematics |

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Our goal is to bring together researchers from different fields, build new connections and highlight cooperation possibilities.

There will be special sessions devoted to:

- Time integration of partial and delay differential equations;
- Operator semigroups and evolution equations;
- Dynamic processes on networks;

**Preliminary program:**

Schedule

**Preceding conferences:**

Encounters between Discrete and Continuous Mathematics, 2008, Blaubeuren

I. German-Hungarian Workshop on Evolution Equations, 2007, Dobogókő

**Main speakers** (confirmed as of today):

Wolfgang Arendt, Ulm

*Non-Autonomous Evoution Equations Governed by Forms: Invariance of Convex Sets*

László Erdős, München

*Universality for random matrices and log-gases*

Yannis Kevrekidis, Princeton

*Coarse-graining network dynamics*

Sergey Korotov, Bilbao

*Discrete Maximum Principles in Finite Element Analysis*

Cesar Palencia, Valladolid

*Stability results for Fractional Step methods in Banach spaces*

Balázs Szegedy, Toronto

*Higher order Fourier analysis and additive combinatorics*

Gerald Teschl, Wien

*Discrete and Continuous Boundary Value Problems*

Vincenzo Vespri, Firenze

*Harnack estimates for parabolic equations*

Zahari Zlatev, Roskilde

*Selection of Numerical Algorithms for Large-scale Air Pollution models*

**Organizing committee:**

András Bátkai, Budapest

István Faragó, Budapest

László Lovász, Budapest

Rainer Nagel, Tübingen

Alexander Ostermann, Innsbruck

**List of registered participants:**

Miriam Bombieri, Tübingen

*Well-posedness of linear control systems*Amin Boumenir, Kuwait

*Identification and control of a heat equation*Petra Csomós, Innsbruck

*Exponential integrators for shallow water equations*Gábor Csörgő, Budapest

*A new type discontinous Galerkin method*Waed Dada, Tübingen

*Numerical range with respect to a family of projections*Lukas Einkemmer, Innsbruck

*An investigation of splitting methods for Vlasov-type equations*Nazife Erkursun, Tübingen

*A new approach to the numerical range of unbounded operators; the numerical-spectrum*Marjeta Kramar Fijavz, Ljubljana

*On semigroups of max-plus linear operators*Retha Heymann, Tübingen

*Spectral theory and stability of multiplication operators*Dávid Kunszenti-Kovács, Budapest

Vu Thai Luan, Innsbruck

*Exponential B-series*Yukihiko Nakata, Szeged

*Global analysis for spread of infectious diseases via transportation networks*Svetozara Petrova, Bielefeld

*On Multiscale Modeling in Shape Optimization*Rainer Picard, Dresden

*The Structure of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation and Related Phenomena*Felix Pogorzelski, Jena

*Graphs and (non-)amenability*Jan Rozendaal, Delft

*Convergence of subdiagonal Pade approximations of C_0-semigroups*Felix L. Schwenninger, Twente

*Counterexamples to inner functions calculus*Petr Stehlik, Prague

*Time integration in semidiscrete partial differential equations*Marcus Waurick, Dresden

*G-convergence of linear differential equations*