May 23–25, 2016 Provo City Library at Academy Square Provo, Utah, USA
Organizers: Bruno Eckhardt (Marburg); Len Sander (Michigan); Jean-Luc Thiffeault (Wisconsin); Jared Whitehead (BYU).
There has been significant progress in both statistical physics and fluid dynamics in the past century, both from a theoretical perspective, and a more practical, application-oriented perspective. Both of these fields lie at the foundation of our ability to understand the physical world and universe in which we live. In addition, deeper understanding of these areas will lead to improved products in many other fields including the engineering sciences, and biomedical applications that will enhance quality of life. This conference brings together world leading experts to discuss both recent advances in their respective fields, and to raise current challenges and identify key areas where significant contributions can be made.
|Daniel ben-Avraham (Clarkson University)|
|Peter Constantin (Princeton University)|
|Robert Ecke (Los Alamos National Laboratory)|
|John Gibbon (Imperial College London)|
|Katja Lindenberg (University of California San Diego)|
|Anna Mazzucato (Pennsylvania State University)|
|Felix Otto (Max Planck Institute for the|
|Mathematics in the Sciences)|
|Sidney Redner (Boston University & Santa Fe Institute)|
|Xiaoming Wang (Florida State University)|
|Department of Mathematics, Brigham Young University|
We can set up a shuttle service to/from the Marriott to the Library if needed. Please contact one of the organizers if you are interested in this service.