The 8th Nagoya Workshop on Differential Equations

Last Update: Feb. 24, 2016


Date   February 23, 2016 ~ February 24, 2016

Place   Rm. 509, Mathematics Bldg., Nagoya University  (Feb. 23)

            Rm. 207, Science Bldg. A, Nagoya University  (Feb. 24)


Program   PDF file


      Toshiaki Hishida   (Nagoya University)

      Jun Kato   (Nagoya University)

      Mitsuru Sugimoto   (Nagoya University)

      Yutaka Terasawa  (Nagoya University)

      Kotaro Tsugawa   (Nagoya University)


  Hiroyuki Chihara  (University of Tsukuba)

  Yonggeun Cho  (Chonbuk National University, Korea)

  Hiroyuki Hirayama  (University of Miyazaki)

  Tsukasa Iwabuchi  (Osaka City University)

  Tomoya Kato  (Nagoya University)

  Masashi Ohnawa  (Tokyo University of

            Marine Science and Technology)

  Senjo Shimizu  (Kyoto University)

  Keisuke Takasao  (University of Tokyo)

  Kazunaga Tanaka  (Waseda University)

  Yuta Wakasugi  (Nagoya University)


      Yuta Wakasugi  (Nagoya University)

February 23

13:30 ~ 14:20 Kazunaga Tanaka  (Waseda University)

   Singular perturbation problems for nonlinear elliptic equations

    --- variational methods for degenerate setting ---

14:40 ~ 15:30 Hiroyuki Chihara  (University of Tsukuba)
Geometric analysis of dispersive flows

16:00 ~ 16:50 Yonggeun Cho  (Chonbuk National University, Korea)

   Small data scattering of fractional Hartree equations

17:10 ~ 18:00 Hiroyuki Hirayama  (University of Miyazaki)
Random data Cauchy problem for the nonlinear Schr\"odinger equation

   with derivative nonlinearity

19:00 ~    Banquet

February 24

10:00 ~ 10:50 Senjo Shimizu  (Kyoto University)

   Local existence of isothermal compressible two-phase flows with phase transitions

11:10 ~ 12:00 Masashi Ohnawa  (Tokyo Univ. of Marine Science and Tech.)

   Existence and stability of shock waves in the Rosenau model

13:30 ~ 14:20 Tsukasa Iwabuchi  (Osaka City University)
Besov spaces defined via the spectral theorem for the Dirichlet Laplacian

14:40 ~ 15:30 Keisuke Takasao  (University of Tokyo)

   Existence of weak solution for volume preserving mean curvature flow

   via phase field method

16:00 ~ 16:50 Yuta Wakasugi  (Nagoya University)
A remark on Liouville-type theorems for the stationary Navier-Stokes equations
   in three space dimensions

17:10 ~ 18:00 Tomoya Kato (Nagoya University)
The global well-posedness for the generalized Zakharov-Kuznetsov equations
   on modulation spaces