Asymptotic Analysis


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A. Bensoussan
School of Management
University of Texas at Dallas, USA

Board member Affiliation Area(s) of expertise
H.D. Alber Technische Univ. Darmstadt
  • Homogenization and phase transformations in problems of continuum mechanics
  • Viscoelasticity
  • Scattering theory
  • Hyperbolic conservation laws
  • A. Ambrosetti SISSA/ISAS
    Trieste, Italy
  • Critical point theory
  • Bifurcation
  • Nonlinear elliptic PDE
  • Standing waves
  • Semiclassical states of NLS
  • C. Bardos Univ. de Paris 7
  • Kinetic equations (Boltzmann) and relations with macroscopic models (Navier-Stokes, Euler...)
  • High frequency Analysis, Scattering, Control and Stabilisation of distributed systems
  • Turbulence and Control of fluids by boundaries
  • Integrable Systems
  • Lax Levermore dispersive limits
  • KdV
  • NLS
  • Applications to Physics
  • A. Bensoussan University of Texas at Dallas
  • Stochastic Control
  • Variational and Quasi Variational Inequlities
  • Optimization
  • Estimation and Filtering
  • L. Boccardo Univ. di Roma I
  • Elliptic and Parabolic PDE
  • Homogenizations
  • Calculus of Variations
  • A. Boettcher TU Chemnitz
  • Matrix theory
  • Integral equations
  • Functional Analysis
  • Operator Theory
  • H. Brezis Univ. P. et M. Curie
    Paris, France
  • Elliptic and Parabolic nonlinear partial differential equations
  • Ginzburg-Landau models
  • M. Chipot Univ. of Zurich
  • Elliptic and Parabolic PDE's
  • Calculus of Variations
  • Free Boundary Problems
  • Numerical Analysis of Microstructures
  • P.G. Ciarlet City Univ. of Hong Kong
    Kowloon, Hong Kong
  • Asymptotic analysis of plate and shell equations
  • Partial differential equations of linear and nonlinear elasticity
  • Applications of differential geometry
  • D. Cioranescu Laboratoire J.L. Lions, Universit'e Pierre et Marie Curie
  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Asymptotic methods
  • G. Dal Maso SISSA/ISAS
    Trieste, Italy
  • Homogenization problems
  • Variational convergences
  • Free discontinuity problems
  • P. Donato Univ. de Rouen
  • Homogenization of variational PDE:
  • Periodic homogenization
  • Perforated domains
  • Applications to the Control of Distributed Systems
  • P.C. Fife Univ. of Utah
    Salt Lake City, UT, USA
  • Models for interfacial phenomena in materials science and chemical physics
  • Singular perturbations of nonlinear elliptic and parabolic equations
  • Engineering models of turbulence
  • Free boundary problems
  • J. Frehse Univ. Bonn
  • Systems of Partial Differential Equations
  • Mixtures
  • M. Freidlin Univ. Maryland
    MD, USA
  • Asymptotic problems for stochastic processes and related differential equations
  • A. Friedman Mathematical Biosciences Institute
    Columbus, OH, USA
  • Elliptic differential equations
  • Parabolic differential equations
  • Free boundary problems
  • Asymptotic behaviour
  • Phase change
  • Applications to engineering, physics and biology
  • I. Gohberg Tel Aviv Univ.
  • Integral equations
  • Operator theory
  • Numerical analysis
  • D. Huet Institut Elie Cartan
    Vandoeuvre les Nancy, France
  • Functional Analysis
  • Operator Theory
  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Singular Perturbations
  • A.M. Il'in Univ. of Cheliabinsk
  • Asymptotic expansions of solutions of singular boundary value problems for partial differential equations and ordinary differential equations with small parameter; asymptotic behaviour of these solutions near the singular point and at infinity
  • S. Kamin Tel Aviv Univ.
  • Long-time behaviour of solutions of nonlinear parabolic equations
  • Porous media equation, degenerate parabolic equations
  • Classes of uniqueness for parabolic equations
  • D.S. Kinderlehrer Carnegie Mellon Univ.
    Pittsburgh, PA, USA
  • Elliptic and parabolic PDE
  • Calculus of variations
  • Mass transport theory
  • Applications to materials science
  • A. Komech Moscow State Univ.
  • Attractors and soliton asymptotics of nonlinear hyperbolic PDE's
  • Statistical theory of nonlinear hyperbolic PDE's
  • C.D. Levermore Univ. of Maryland
    College Park, MD, USA
  • Kinetic Theory
  • Moment Closures
  • Fluid dynamical limits
  • Semiclassical limits
  • T.-T. Li Fudan Univ.
    Shanghai, People’s Republic of China
  • Applied Partial Differential Equations
  • Nonlinear Hyperbolic Equations and Systems with Applications
  • Controllability and observability of hyperbolic partial differential equations
  • N.J. Mauser Univ. Wien
  • Time dependent PDE's
  • Kinetic PDE's
  • Quantum Transport equations
  • Nonlinear Schroedinger Equations
  • Dirac equation
  • Pauli Equation
  • Semiclassical limits
  • nonrelativistic limits
  • mean field limits
  • long time asymptotics relativistic quantum mechanics
  • Semiconductor modeling
  • V.G. Maz'ya Univ. of Linköping
  • Asymptotic theory of linear and nonlinear operators differential equations
  • Asymptotic analysis of solutions to elliptic boundary value problems near boundary singularities
  • Asymptotic analysis of singularly perturbed boundary value problems in parameter dependent domains
  • H. Nagai Osaka Univ.
  • Asymptotic Analysis in stochastic control, filtering theory and related problems applied to mathematical finance
  • G. Papanicolaou Stanford Univ.
    CA, USA
  • Wave propagation
  • stochastics
  • hybrid computational method
  • V. Petkov Univ. de Bordeaux
    Talence, France
  • Spectral theory
  • Scattering theory
  • Inverse problems
  • Hyperbolic Equations
  • O. Pironneau Laboratoire Jacques Louis Lions
  • Numerical methods, Optimization, Optimal Control, Optimal Shape Design
  • Scientific Computing for PDE
  • Electromagnetics, Fluid Mechanics, Option Pricing
  • R. Racke Univ. Konstanz
  • Linear and non linear wave equations
  • Time asymptotic behavior
  • Hyperbolic-parabolic coupled systems, in particular: thermoelastic systems
  • D. Robert Univ. de Nantes
  • Spectral analysis of PDE, discrete spectrum, continuous spectrum, scattering theory
  • microlocal analysis: pseudifferential and Fourier integral operators, coherent states
  • Semi-classical analysis of Schrödinger equations
  • Correspondence principle for the quantum and classical dynamics
  • Long time behavior and chaos
  • B. Rozovsky Brown Univ.
    RI, USA
  • asymptotic methods for stochastic differential equations and stochastic partial differential equations
  • D. Serre École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
  • Systems with Conservation Laws
  • Gas Dynamics
  • Phase Transitions
  • Euler Equations
  • Y. Sibuya Univ. of Minnesota
    Minneapolis, MN, USA
  • Ordinary Differential equations : Asymptotic behaviours of solutions with respect to the independent variable of parameters
  • R. Temam Indiana University
  • Nonlinear elliptic equations
  • Dissipative evolution equations
  • Navier-Stokes equations
  • Dynamical systems, Attractors, and Inertial manifolds
  • Equations of the atmosphere and the ocean
  • Singular perturbations
  • L. Veron Univ. François-Rabelais
  • Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Applications
  • M.I. Visik Moscow State Univ.
  • Attractors for autonomous and non-autonomous differential equations of mathematical physics
  • Statistical solutions of Navier-Stokes system
  • Boundary layer problems for PDE with a small parameter
  • M. Vogelius Rutgers Univ.
    NJ, USA
  • Inverse Problems
  • Effective/Composite Materials
  • Homogenization
  • H. Widom Univ. of California
    Santa Cruz, CA, USA
  • Asymptotics related to Toeplitz and Wiener-Hopf operators and their generalizations and analogues
  • Random matrices
  • R. Wong City Univ. of Hong Kong
    Hong Kong
  • Asymptotic analysis
  • Perturbation methods
  • Special functions and orthogonal polynomials
  • Integral transforms
  • E. Zuazua Univ. Autónoma
    Cantoblanco, Madrid, Spain
  • Control and stabilisation of Partial Differential Equations
  • Wave equations: Asymptotic behavior
  • Numerical methods for wave propagation

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