Mathematical Approaches to Pattern Formation

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Mathematical Approaches to Pattern Formation

[7] 2/nov/14

28 October -- 31 October, 2014
Venue: Kawai Hall, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University (access)    (campus map)

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Tuesday, 28 October, 2014

13:20--13:30     opening
13:30--14:30     Anna Marciniak-Czochra (Heidelberg)
Diffusion-driven unbounded growth and dynamical spike patterns in reaction-diffusion-ode models
14:40--15:30     Takeyuki Nagasawa (Saitama)
Decomposition of Möbius energy and Möbius invariance of decomposed energies
15:30--16:00             coffee break
16:00--16:50     Takayoshi Ogawa (Sendai)
Threshold for the global behavior of solution to degenerate Keller-Segel (drift-diffusion) system in between critical exponents
17:30--19:00         welcome party

Wednesday, 29 October, 2014

10:00--10:50     Hideo Ikeda (Toyama)
Stability and bifurcation properties of a standing spot solution in 3-component FitzHugh-Nagumo systems
11:00--12:00     Michael Winkler (Paderborn)
Finite-time blow-up in the parabolic Keller-Segel system
12:00--13:30             lunch break
13:30--14:30     Short communications, I
    Aya Ishizeki (Saitama)
Variational formulae and estimates for decomposed Möbius energies
    Shoichi Hasegawa (Sendai)
Liouville theorem for Henon type equation on Riemannian models
    Jin Takahashi (Tokyo)
Time-dependent singularities for a semilinear parabolic equation with an absorption term
14:40--15:40     Short communications, II
    Hiroko Yamamoto (Sendai)
Location of concentration points in a spatially heterogeneous semilinear Neumann problem
    Kohta Suzuno (Tokyo)
Modeling bottleneck flow in pedestrian dynamics
    Kurumi Hiruko (Sendai)
Dynamics of mutable prostate cancer cells under intermittent androgen suppression therapy
15:40--16:10             coffee break
16:10--17:00     Shinya Okabe (Sendai)
The obstacle problem for a fourth order parabolic equation

Thursday, 30 October, 2014

10:00--10:50     Eiji Yanagida (Tokyo)
Expanding patterns in the Fisher-KPP equation
11:00--12:00     Yuan Lou (Columbus/Beijing)
Evolution of Dispersal in Advective Environments
12:00--13:30             lunch break
13:30--14:20     Mayuko Iwamoto (Tokyo)
Mathematical model for adhesive locomotion in gastropods
14:30--15:20     Sumio Yamada (Tokyo)
Variational characterizations of the static solutions to the Einstein-Maxwell equation
15:20--16:00             coffee break
16:00--16:50     Izumi Takagi (Sendai)
Control of patterns by way of spatial heterogeneity

Friday, 31 October, 2014

10:00--10:50     Sohei Tasaki (Sendai)
Growth prediction of colonies of motile bacteria
11:00--12:00     Peter Bates (East Lansing)
Invariant manifolds of multi interior spike states for the Cahn-Hilliard equation
12:00--12:10   closing

Mini-workshop on Patterns Resulting from Competition between Diffusion and Taxis

Friday, 31 October, 2014
Venue: Kawai Hall, Mathematical Institute, Tohoku University

13:30--14:20     Koichi Osaki (Sanda)
Chemotaxis vs. logistic growth - global existence and pattern formation of solutions
14:40--15:20     Hiroshi Wakui (Sendai)
Boundedness of a weak solution to a degenerate drift-diffusion equation with a critical exponent
15:30--16:10     Yoshifumi Mimura (Sendai)
The critical mass for a degenerate Keller-Segel system from a variational viewpoint

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