Saturday, March 24

MS7: Asymptotic Dynamics of Dissipative Evolution Equations - Part I of III

9:00-11:00 AM
Room: Shelby Center 205 - Second Floor

For part II, See MS23

Organizers:
Wenzhang Huang,
University of Alabama in Huntsville
and
Wenxian Shen, Auburn University

Abstract:
Dissipative evolution equations are used to model many systems in applied sciences. The mini-symposium will focus on the asymptotic dynamics, in particular, traveling wave solutions and spreading speeds, of various dissipative evolution equations involving spatial or temporal variations and/or time delays.


9:00-9:30 AM   Poisson-Nernst-Planck type models for ionic flows and ion size effect on I-V relations Abstract
Weishi Liu, University of Kansas, USA; Shuguan Ji, Jilin University, China; Xuemin Tu, University of Kansas; Mingji Zhang, University of Kansas, USA
9:30-10:00 AM   A Reaction-Diffusion Problem with Nonlocal Reaction Abstract
Georg Hetzer, Auburn University, USA
10:00-10:30 AM   Traveling Wave Solutions in Partially Degenerate Cooperative Reaction-Diffusion Systems Abstract
Bingtuan Li, University Louisville, USA
10:30-11:00 AM   A spectral condition for strong stability of non-autonomous linear equation Abstract
Minh Van Nguyen, University of West Georgia, USA

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