This summer school, aims at providing (i) an educational opportunity for graduating seniors and beginning graduate students who are interested in research in modern applied analysis and PDEs arising in fluid and gas dynamics, (ii) a networking opportunity for students to meet with their peers with diverse background and to interact with active researchers in the field.
The summer school offers four courses:
- Non-uniqueness of weak solutions to the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations.
– Tristan Buckmaster (Princeton University)
- Recent developments on water waves.
– Yu Deng (University of Southern California)
- Recent developments in the theory of relativistic fluids
– Marcelo Disconzi (Vanderbilt University)
- Nonlinear dynamics of the Schrodinger equations with periodic boundary conditions
– Emanuele Haus (University of Rome)
There will be selected talks by participants.
Funding (travel and USC campus housing – shared apartment) is available for graduate students and senior undergraduate students.
- Application deadline for financial support: March 10, 2019 (for application guideline, click here: application)
For questions and inquiries, contact organizers.
This summer school is supported by NSF, USC Math Department, and CAMS