Sessions and Talks

A. Mathematical Biology
  1. D. Ambrosi (Milano, Italia) "The electromechanical coupling in cardiac mechanics"
  2. V. Calvez (Lyon, France) ''The geometry of one-dimensional self-attracting particles" (pdf file)
  3. M. R. D'Orsogna (Los Angeles, USA) "Modelling viral entry dynamics"
  4. M. Doumic-Jauffret (INRIA, France) "Aggregation/fragmentation models for protein polymerization" (pdf file)
  5. L. Dumas (Paris, France) "A numerical simulation of the human arterial network based on non invasive measurements" (pdf file)
  6. K. Fellner (Cambridge, UK) "Stability of stationary states of non-local evolution equations" (pdf file)
  7. T. Hillen (University of Alberta, Canada) "Pointwise weak steady states of transport equations for cell movement in network tissue"
  8. P.-E. Jabin (Nice, France) "Selection-mutation dynamics for the evolution of traits in a population" (pdf file)
  9. D. Levy (Maryland, USA) "Group dynamics in phototaxis"
  10. S. Martin (Orsay, France) "Modelling of air flows and gas exchange in the human lung" (pdf file)
  11. N. Meunier (Paris, France) "Analysis of self-organization systems for cell polarization"
  12. J. Mitchell (Wisconsin-Madison, USA) "Using clustering and optimization in flexible protein docking"
  13. G. Raoul (Cachan, France) "Kimura's model : an integro-differential model to study evolution" (pdf file)
  14. C. Schmeiser (Vienna, Austria) "Nonlinear friction in the cytoskeleton as a macroscopic limit of the activity of cytoskeletal proteins" (pdf file)
  15. A. Vidal (Evry, France) ''A model of the Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone secretion by hypothalamic neuron clusters''
B. Fluid Mechanic and Coastal Dynamic
C. Mean Field Games
D. Classical and quantum kinetic equations
E. Homogenization, Inverse Problems and Control
  1. F. Dickstein (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) - "Automatic History Matching in Oil Reservoir Simulation"
  2. O. Kavian (Versailles, France) - "Remarks on Inverse Problems arising from Electrical Impedance"
  3. N. Ghoussoub - "Homogenization of maximal monotone vector fields via selfdual variational calculus"