Balance laws in fluid mechanics, geophysics, biology (theory, computation, and application)
The balance principle appears as a fundamental modeling tool in a wide range of applications. In realistic applications, such as gravitational flows, hydrology, biological complex fluids, it results in highly nonlinear partial differential equations, including stiff source terms and nonconservative products, and involves multiple time and space scales. This leads to serious challenges, from both the mathematical modeling and numerical viewpoints. The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers from various domains, to discuss recent progress in these directions, and foster interactions between disciplines to tackle new challenges.
- Pr Guoxian Chen, LE STUDIUM / Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow
FROM: Wuhan University (Computational Science Hubei Key Laboratory) - CN
IN RESIDENCE AT: Institut Denis Poisson, UMR 7013, University of Orléans / University of Tours / CNRS - FR
- Pr Magali Ribot,
Institut Denis Poisson, UMR 7013, University of Orléans / University of Tours / CNRS - FR
- Dr Laurent André, ISTO – CNRS / University of Orléans / BRGM - FR
- Dr François Bouchut, University of Paris-Est - FR
- Dr Alain Burgisser, ISTerre - FR
- Dr Alina Chertock, North Carolina State University - USA
- Dr Gaël Choblet, Laboratory of Planetology and Geodynamics (LPG) - FR
- Dr Enrique Fernandez-Nieto, University of Seville - ES
- Pr Axel Klar, University of Kaiserslautern - DE
- Dr Pierre-Yves Lagrée, University of Paris 6 - FR
- Dr Anne Mangeney, University Paris Diderot - FR
- Dr Sergei Medvedev, University of Oslo - NO
- Pr Chloé Michaut, ENS Lyon - FR
- Pr Sebastian Noelle, RWTH Aachen University - DE
- Dr Martin Parisot, Sorbonne University - FR
- Dr Gabriella Puppo, Università degli Studi dell’Insubria - IT
- Dr Niel Ribe, University of Paris Sud - FR
- Dr Nicolas Vauchelet, University of Paris 13 - FR
- Dr Yulong Xing, The Ohio State University - USA
Abstracts for poster should be submitted before Monday 1st of October 2018. Please upload your abstract during the registration or send it before the deadline to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please download the template for posters.
Please note that we do not print the posters, but racks & pins will be provided for up to A0 sizes, portrait format.
The conference venue is unique. Located right next to the Orléans’ cathedral, the episcopal palace of Orléans, built between 1635 and 1641, locally known as the Hôtel Dupanloup, is a classical French building which served until 1905 of residence to the bishops of Orléans. Since 2014, the renewed palace hosts the International University Center for Research and Le Studium Loire Valley Institute for Advanced Studies.
Participants will be welcomed in this exceptional surrounding, blending Middle Age and Renaissance cultures with modern design and will have the opportunity to discover French cuisine and wines.