1994 Joint Mathematics Meeting, Program by Special Session
AMS Meeting Program by Special Session
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1994 Joint Mathematics Meeting
Cincinnati, OH, January 12-15, 1994
Robert J Daverman, AMS firstname.lastname@example.org
Kenneth A Ross, MAA email@example.com
AMS Special Session on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Applications
Friday January 14, 1994, 8:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m.
AMS Special Session on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Applications, I
Reactive flows in porous media: Applications and rigorous results.
John Chadam*, McMaster University
Study of global solutions of parabolic equations via a priori estimates.
Gary M. Lieberman*, Iowa State University
Nonstationary filtration in partially saturated porous media.
Xinfu Chen*, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
The recovery of a coefficient in a parabolic equation using multiple sources.
Bruce Lowe, Texas A & M University, College Station
William Rundell*, Texas A & M University, College Station
Pontryagin maximum principle for parabolic PDEs with pointwise state constraint.
Bei Hu*, University of Notre Dame
Jiongmin Yong, Fudan University, People's Republic of China
Optimal control for competing coalitions.
Suzanne Lenhart*, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Friday January 14, 1994, 1:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m.
AMS Special Session on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Applications, II
Unique determination of cracks in 3-dimensional bodies.
Giovanni Alessandrini, University of Trieste, Italy
Emanuele DiBenedetto*, Northwestern University
Mathematical problems in the solidification of alloys.
G. Caginalp*, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
Interaction of diffusive and nondiffusive phases.
Ivar Stakgold*, University of Delaware
Semiconductor equations and related problems.
Walter Allegretto*, University of Alberta
Hong Xie, University of Alberta
Shixin Yang, Xiamen University, People's Republic of China
Finite extinction time for the solution of the porous medium equation with mixed boundary conditions.
Mark E. Oxley*, Air Force Institute of Technology
Alan V. Lair, Air Force Institute of Technology
Applications of monotonicity in inverse problems.
Paul DuChateau*, Colorado State University
Numerical solutions for Volterra parabolic equations.
J. R. Cannon, University of Central Florida
Yanping Lin*, University of Alberta
Saturday January 15, 1994, 8:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m.
AMS Special Session on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Applications, III
A Fujita type blow up theorem for a system of degenerate diffusion equations.
Howard A. Levine*, Iowa State College, Ames
Asymptotics of blowup for weakly quasilinear parabolic problems.
Jerrold Bebernes, University of Colorado, Boulder
Stephen Bricher*, Linfield College
Victor Galaktionov, Russian Academy of Science, Russia
The blow-up behavior of the heat equation with Neumann boundary conditions.
Keng Deng*, University of Southwestern Louisiana
Asymptotic forms for nonlinear Volterra equations.
Catherine A. Roberts*, University of Rhode Island
W. E. Olmstead, Northwestern University
Vortex annihilation in nonlinear heat flow for Ginzburg-Landau systems.
Patricia Bauman, Purdue University, West Lafayette
Daniel Phillips*, Purdue University, West Lafayette
Chao-Nien Chen, Indiana University, Bloomington
Peter Sternberg, Indiana University, Bloomington
Compactness method in degenerate parabolic systems.
Lihe Wang*, University of Iowa
Saturday January 15, 1994, 2:15 p.m.-4:05 p.m.
AMS Special Session on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Applications, IV
Fighting the Hamiltonian chaos of quasiperiodic motion with nonlinear P.D.E. on a torus.
M. S. Berger*, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Nonlinear elliptic systems in unbounded domains.
C. V. Pao*, North Carolina State University
Perturbation of the domain and regularity of the solutions of the bipolar fluid flow equations in polygonal domains.
Hamid Bellout, Northern Illinois University
Sheryl L. Wills*, Northern Illinois University
On a class of semilinear parabolic equations with prescribed energy.
Hong-Ming Yin*, University of Notre Dame