Phase Field: Models, Applications, Software
Phase Field models are widely used in many areas of applied sciences and engineering to study multi-phase systems. The goal of this symposium is to promote interaction and initiate collaboration among:
- applied mathematicians who develop numerical methods
- practitioners who will be using such methods
- software developers who will include these methods in their software
Invited speakers include (in alphabetical order):
Lubomir Banas (Herriott-Watt U., UK)
Long-Qing Chen (Penn. State U., USA)
Andreas Dedner (Warwick U., UK)
Laszlo Granasy (H.A.S., Hungary)
Peter Jimack (U. of Leeds, UK)
Alain Karma (Northeastern U., USA)
Omar Lakkis (U. of Sussex, UK)
Baicheng Liu (Tsinghua U. China)
Charalambos Makridakis (U. of Crete/Sussex, UK)
Andrew Mullis (U. of Leeds, UK)
Tristan Pryer (U. of Reading, UK)
Gyorgy Tegze (H.A.S., Hungary)
Gyula Toth (H.A.S.,Hungary)
Garth Wells (U. of Cambridge, UK)
There will be a limited number of contributed talks and a Poster Session. There is also a software demonstration sessions for DUNE and FENICS libraries.
To listen to inspiring lectures from the above speakers, or to contribute a talk or a poster to the symposium, please email Mrs Lisa Hawkins email@example.com to register your attendance.
There is no registration fee.