Analysis of Stochastic Surface Evolution: From Microscopic Models to Large Scale Behaviour


Fully funded by DFG Research Group 718.

  • Lorenzo Bertini(Università di Roma La Sapienza)
  • Dirk Blömker(Universität Augsburg)
    On an SPDE describing amorphous surface growth
  • Rainer Buckdahn(Université de Bretagne Occidentale)
    Pathwise Stochastic Taylor Expansions and Stochastic Viscosity Solution
  • Giuseppe Da Prato(SNS Pisa)
    Some results on stochastic porous media equations
  • Nicolas Dirr(University of Bath)
    Optimal paths for phase boundaries
  • Markos Katsoulakis(U. of Massachusetts at Amherst)
    Hierarchical and multi-level coarse-graining methods
  • Thomas Nattermann(Universität zu Köln)
    Interface depinning in random media: a physicist's approach
  • Matteo Novaga(University of Pisa)
    Motion by curvature in discrete media
  • Harald Oberhauser(University of Cambridge)
    Towards a (rough) pathwise theory of fully non-linear stochastic partial differential equations
  • Laurent R. Ponson(California Institute of Technology)
    Depinning transition in material failure, Barkhausen effect and contact line motion
  • Errico Presutti(Universitá di Roma II)
    Randomness in macroscopic equations
  • Panagiotis Souganidis(University of Chicago)
    Moving fronts in self averaging media
  • Anders Szepessy(KTH Stockholm)
    A Stochastic Phase-Field Model Derived from Molecular Dynamics
  • Hendrik Weber(Universität Bonn)
    Sharp interface limit for a stochastic Allen-Cahn Equation
  • Nung Kwan Yip(Purdue University)
    Interfacial Propagation in Inhomogeneous Medium, Some Results and Questions

Date and Location

January 29 - 31, 2009
Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences
Inselstraße 22
04103 Leipzig
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Scientific Organizers

Patrick Dondl
Max-Planck-Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences

Stephan Luckhaus
Leipzig University

Max von Renesse
Technische Universität Berlin

Administrative Contact

Katja Bieling
Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences

05.04.2017, 12:42