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9.00 12.00 Registration
9.50 10.00 Opening
10.00 10.30 G.A. Seregin (St. Petersburg) A review of O.A. Ladyzhenskayas results in the mathematical theory of viscous fluids.
10.40 11.10 V.A. Solonnikov ( St. Petersburg) On the Non-stationary Free Boundary Problem for the Navier-Stokes Equations.
11.40 12.10 N.N. Uraltseva (St. Petersburg) On the Regularity for Some Parabolic Free Boundary Problems.
12.15 12.45 P.I. Plotnikov (Novosibirsk) On compactness, existence and domain dependence of steady solutions for compressible isothermal Navier-Stokes equations.
14.30 15.00 H. Beirao Da Veiga (Pisa) Fluids flows in elastic vessels.
15.05 15.35 B. Desjardines (Bruyeres le Chatel) Low Mach number limit of compressible viscous flows.
16.00 16.30 D. Kroener, C. Merkle (Freiburg) Complex appplications for the nonstationary compressible Navier-Stokes equations in 3D.
16.35 17.05 Ch. Liu (University Park, PA) Variational Principles in Elastic Fluids.
17.10 17.40 V. Starovoitov (Bonn) Problems on a motion of rigid bodies in a viscous fluid.
WELCOME PARTY 18.30 20.30
Euler International Mathematical Institute
10.00 10.30 Y. Giga (Sapporo) Regularizing rate estimates for the Navier-Stokes equations.
10.35 11.05 J. Malek (Prague) On fluids with shear and pressure dependent viscosity.
11.25 11.55 J.-F. Rodrigues (Lisbon) On flows of fluids with nonlocal energy dependent viscosities.
12.00 12.30 M. Ruzicka (Freiburg) Electrorheological fluids: Modelling, Analysis, and Numericks.
14.30 14.50 H. Abels (Darmstadt) Stokes equations in asymptotically flat domains.
14.50 15.10 M. Bause (Erlangen) A numerical study of some approximation schemes for steady compressible viscous flow.
15.10 15.30 N. Chemetov (Lisbon) On a motion of a perfect fluid through a given domain.
14.30 14.50 H.-C. Lee (Ajou) Computations of a velocity and temperature tracking problem for the Boussinesq equations with piecewise distributed controls.
14.50 15.10 I. Mogilevskii (Tver) On a steady flow of a thin layer of a non-Newtonian fluid with free boundary over rigid surface.
15.10 15.30 P. Mucha (Warsaw) The Navier-Stokes equations and the maximum principle.
Coffee break 15.30 16.00
16.00 16.20 L. Brandolese (Paris) Asymptotic behavior of the energy and pointwise estimates for solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations.
16.20 16.40 A.Kandasamy (Mangalore) Behavior of Casson Fluid in a Finite Width Slider Bearing.
16.50 17.10 G. Lukashevich (Warsaw) Long time behavior of viscous fluids in some 2D domains.
17.10 17.30 M. Olshanskii (Moscow) Finite element method for the Navier-Stokes equations in rotation form: stability and solvers.
17.35 17.55 G. Karch (Wroclaw) Smooth and singular solutions of incompressible Navier-Stokes system.
16.00 16.20 Yu. Sheretov(Tver) On the unique solvability of stationary boundaryvalue problem for quasihydrodynamic equations in Stokes approximation.
16.20 16.40 V. Valdes (Oviedo) A one-dimensional fluidized bed model of the compressible Navier-Stokes type with vanishing viscosity.
16.50 17.10 E. Casella, P. Secchi , and P. Trebeshi (Brescia) Global classical solutions for MHD system.
17.10 17.30 I. Zakharova (Tver) An exterior stationary problem for generalized Navier-Stokes equations.
10.00 10.30 O. Ladyzhenskaya (St. Petersburg) On the Basic Keystones of the Modern Approach to the Study of the Navier-Stokes Equations.
10.35 11.05 G. Seregin ( St. Petersburg) L3,\infty -solutions are smooth.
11.30 13.20 Round Table
14.30 15.00 D. Bresch (Clermont Ferrand) Some mathematical results on geophysical models.
15.05 15.35 P. Penel (Toulon) The role of eigenvalues and eigenvectors of the rate of deformation tensor in the theory of the Navier-Stokes equations.
16.00 16.30 V. Pukhnachev (Novosibirsk) Symmetries in the Navier-Stokes equations.
16.35 17.05 W. Zajaczkowski (Warsaw) On global special regular solutions to Navier-Stokes equations.
9.20 9.50 O.John (Praha) On the regularity of weak solutions of parabolic systems.
10.00 10.30 V. G. Iooss (Nice) Water-waves as a spatial dynamical system.
10.35 11.05 H. Kozono (Sendai) Extension criterion via two-components of vorticity on strong solutions to the 3 D Navier-Stokes equations.
11.25 11.55 K. Masuda (Sendai) Nonlinear evolution equations and analyticity.
12.00 12.30 H. Morimoto (Meiji University ) Exponential decay at the infinity of steady Navier-Stokes flows in 2D semi-infinite channel.
14.30 15.00 E. Feireisl (Prague) On Some Recent Results on the Existence of Global-in-Time Solutions to the Navier-Stokes Equations of Compressible Isentropic Fluid .
16.00 16.30 M. Padula (Ferrara) On direct Ljapunov method in continuum theories.
15.05 15.35 P. Secchi (Brescia) 2D slightly compressible ideal flow in the exterior domain .
9.20 9.50 J.Stara (Praha) Smooth flows for a class of fluids with shear dependent viscosities
10.00 10.30 A. Fursikov (Moscow) Stabilization of Navier-Stokes equations by feedback control from boundary: solvability and justification of numerical simulation.
10.35 11.05 J. Heywood (Vankouver) A curious phenomenon in a model problem, suggestive of the hydrodynamic inertial range and smallest scale of motion.
11.25 11.55 K. Rajagopal (College Station, TX) Thermodynamic Framework for Rate Type Differential Models.
12.00 12.30 G. Sell (Minneapolis, MN) Navier-Stokes equations and climate modeling.
14.30 15.00 D. Chae (Seoul) Some results on the incompressible Euler system and its perturbations.
15.05 15.35 M.Gunzburger (Ames, IA) Reduced-ordered modeling for computations for the Navier-Stokes equations.
16.00 16.30 R. Rautmann (Paderborn) Navier-Stokes Approximations: Convergence in High Order Norms and Stability.
16.35 17.05 S. Repin (St. Petersburg) Estimates of deviations from exact solutions of generalized Newtonian fluids.
17.05 17.35 A. Sequeira (Lisbon) Existence Results for a Generalized Oldroyd-B Model Characterizing the Rheological Behaviour of Blood Flow.
18.00 CONFERENCE DINNER.
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10.00 10.30 H. Amann ( Zurich) Maximal regularity for the Navier-Stokes equations.
10.35 11.05 V. Kalantarov (Istanbul) Global behavior of solutions of Coupled Kuramoto-Sivashinsky and Ginzburg-Landau Type Model for the Marangoni Convection.
11.25 11.55 S. Nazarov (St. Petersburg) Weighted spaces with separated asymptotics in relation to the Navier-Stokes equations.
12.00 12.30 K. Pileckas (Vilnius) On stationary Navier-Stokes equations in domains with noncompact boundaries.
14.30 15.00 H.J. Choe and H. Kozono (Seoul) Stokes problem for Lipschitz domain .
15.05 15.35 J. Neustupa (Prague) The influence of Pressure to Local Regularity of a Weak solution to the Navier-Stokes equation.
16.00 16.30 A. Mahalov, B. Nicolaenko (Arizona State University) 3D Navier-Stokes Equations with Initial Data Characterized by Uniformly Large Vorticity.
16.35 17.05 S. Montgomery-Smith and M. Pokorny (Prague) A counterexample to the smoothness of the solution to an equation arising in fluid mechanics.
17.10 17.40 N. Sauer (Pretoria) Non-standard boundary conditions for Navier-Stokes and related equations.
10.00 10.30 Y. Belopolskaja (St. Petersburg) Probabilistic models for hydrodynamic equations.
10.35 11.05 G. Prouse (Milan) On some models of blood circulation.
11.25 11.55 A. Tani (Keio University) A boundary value problem for the steady Stokes equations in a plane angle.
14.30 14.50 I. Denisova ( St. Petersburg) Classical Solvability of a Problem Governing the Motion of a Closed Iterface Separating Two Compressible Fluids.
14.50 15.10 E. Frolova (St. Petersburg) On a Free Boundary Problem for Incompressible Inhomogeneous Fluid.
15.10 15.30 A. Gorshkov (Moscow) Stabilization of parabolic differential equations defined in the unbounded domains.
14.30 14.50 A. Lozinski and R.G. Owens(Lausanne) On stability of planar Couette flow of an Oldroyd-B fluid: the case of inflow boundary conditions.
14.50 15.10 H. Oliveira (University of Algarve) Stopping a viscous fluid by a feedback dissipative external field: I. The stationary Stokes problem.
15.10 15.30 S. Necasova (Prague) Asymptotic behavior of the steady fall of a body on viscous fluids.
Coffee break 15.30 16.00
16.00 16.20 D. Prazak (Prague) On the dimension of the attractor for the modified Navier-Stokes equations.
16.20 16.40 M. Santos (Brasil) Stationary solution of the Navier-Stokes equations for inhomogeneous incompressible fluids in 2d domains with channels having bounded cross sections.
16.50 17.10 S. Ershkov (Moscow) Self-Similar Solutions to the Complete System of Navier-Stokes Equations for Swirling Viscous Compressible Gas Flow.
16.00 16.20 T. Shilkin (St. Petersburg) On the Smoothness of Solutions of the 3D-Stationary Boussinesq System and Related Problems of Mechanics.
16.20 16.40 P. Shorygin (Moscow) Approximate controllability of the Navier-Stokes equations in the unbounded domain.
16.50 17.10 O. Steiger (University of Zurich) Navier-Stokes equations with boundary conditions involving the pressure.
17.1017.30 A. Koptev (St. Petersburg) Navier-Stokes equations and a laminar - turbulent transition in the incompressible fluid flow.