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The 11th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems,
Differential Equations and Applications


July 1 - July 5, 2016, Orlando, Florida, USA


Free Access to All AIMS Journals for Conference Participants


 

Plenary Speakers
Suncica Canic (USA) Alessio Figalli (USA) Irene Fonseca (USA) Michael Ghil (USA)
Martin Hairer (UK) Anatole Katok (USA) Wei-Ming Ni (USA) Stan Osher (USA)
Hal Smith (USA) Gang Tian (China)


 

 

 

Scientific Committee:
Shouchuan Hu (chair) general@aimsciences.org
Jerry Bona William Bray Alberto Bressan Gunduz Caginalp Danielle Hilhorst
Peter Lax Alain Miranville Roger Temam Enrico Valdinoci Marcelo Viana

 

 

 




Organizing Committee:
Xin Lu (chair) lux@uncw.edu  
Yaw Chang Wei Feng Michael Freeze
Jonathan Rowell
Beth Casper (Administrative Assistant)

 

 





Format:


Plenary invited lectures(50-minute), special sessions (30-minute talk/discussion), contributed sessions (20-minute talk/discussion), and poster sessions. Student paper Competition.


Topics:


Pure and applied analysis, including differential equations and dynamical systems, in the broadest sense. Applications to real-world problems, including chemical, economical, engineering, physical, environmental, and life sciences, in the forms of modeling, computations and simulation.


Organizers:


The American Institute of Mathematical Sciences

The University of North Carolina Wilmington


The Conference aims to promote, encourage, and influence more cooperation, understanding, and collaboration among scientists working in dynamical systems, differential equations and applications.