PDE 2014 at University of Surrey
Multiscale PDE systems of Fluid Models and Applications in Geophysics
University of Surrey*, UK
Friday, 31 October 2014
Speakers (in alphabetical order) Abstracts of all talks.
Confirmed participants (in alphabetical order).

Schedule (10:00 - 16:30 at AZ building, top floor, Room 45A, 45B).

    Morning Session
    Chair: Mike Cullen (Met Office)

  • 10:00 - 10:45   B. Pelloni
    Free upper boundary value problems for the semi-geostrophic equations
  • 10:45 - 11:30   I. Roulstone
    Geometric invariants of the velocity gradient tensor and their dynamics in shallow water flow
  • Lunch Buffet

    11:30 - 13:00    in OAK building, top floor, Room 2.

    Afternoon Session I
    Chair: Jon Bevan (Surrey)

  • 13:00 - 13:45   M. Cullen
    Estimating the time-consistency of the semi-geostrophic limit
  • 13:45 - 14:30   E. Süli
    Existence of global weak solutions to implicitly constituted kinetic models of incompressible homogeneous dilute polymers
  • Coffee Break

    14:30 - 15:00    in OAK building, top floor, Room 2.

    Afternoon Session II
    Chair: Endre Süli (Oxford)

  • 15:00 - 15:45   B. Wingate
    The effect of two distinct fast time scales in the rotating, stratified Boussinesq equations: variations on quasi-geostrophy
  • 15:45 - 16:30   B. Cheng
    Quantitative study of Rotating Shallow Water equations in 3 scaling regimes
  • Reception

    AA building, top floor, Maths Common Room.



Registration is required. Please contact the organizer Bin Cheng

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In addition, LMS administers a Childcare Supplementary Grant Scheme for parents working in mathematics.


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* How to get here and Campus map. Lifts are at the interfaces between AY/AZ and between AA/AB, both on the north sides.
When asking for directions on campus, your best bet is Starbucks, because it is located in the OAK building as well as opposite the AZ building.

Note: the Stag Hill campus is multiply connected, highly three dimensional and topologically unclassified/able.