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The three-day workshop will be held online from 8th November to 10th November. The main goal of the workshop is to share research experience and knowledge within the framework of PDEs (partial differential equations). We are happy to invite young researchers in nonlinear and kinetic equations, quantum mechanics, analytical and numerical methods for many body systems to take part in the workshop.
On the Day 1 everyone will have an oppotrunity to present own research or area of interest in the short 5-min presentations. Day 2 and 3 of the programme are complemented by two invited lectures followed by discussion:
Mathematical Models of High Temperature Plasma by A.L. Skubachevskii (RUDN University),
Mathematics of Covid Pandemic by W. Jaeger (Heidelberg University).
One-on-one talks between participants willl take part in programme on day 2 and 3, where we make use of unique options provided by an online environment. We randomly assign participant into rooms where they will have an option to discuss their research with their peers. Each day of the workshop will be concluded by informal discussions on various topics.
Number of participants is limited to 30. The registration is mandatory and the workshop is free. Questions to the workshop can be send here: email@example.com