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Symposium 2000/2001 September 2000 - August 2001

Stochastic Partial Differential Equations & Related Topics
Organisers: David Elworthy, Andrew Stuart & Roger Tribe

Scientific Committee: Arnaud Debussche, Istvan Gyongy, Mark Freidlin & Nic Krylov
Leverhulme Visiting Professor: Jerzy Zabczyk



19 & 20 January 2001 – Stochastic Fluid Equations Programme

  • Friday 19th January 2001
    2,00-3.00 Flandoli (i) I
    3.00-3.45 tea
    3.45-4.45 Kuksin& Shirikyan I
    5.00-6.00 Flandoli (i) II
    7pm food at Clarendon Arms
  • Saturday 20th January
    9.30-10.30 Flandoli (ii) I
    10.30-11.15 coffee
    11.15-12.15 Kuksin& Shirikyan II
    12.15-1.15 sandwich lunch
    1.15-2.15 Brzezniak
    2.30-3.30 Truman
    3.30-4.15 tea
    4.15-5.15 Flandoli (ii)II
    evening meal...

The first of Professor Zabzcyk's Leverhulme lectures will be given at 5pm on Thursday 18th January. Participants who wish to attend that talk and require accommodation please let us know as soon as possible.

The Mathematics Institute will be open for participants on Sunday. A country walk/pub lunch may be arranged on Sunday:almost certainly it will be muddy!


Z.Brzezniak (Hull)Stochastic Euler equations

S.Kuksin &A.Shirikyan (Heriot-Watt) Deterministic and stochastic Navier-Stokes equations I & II

A.Truman (Swansea) Singularities of Heat of Burgers Equationsand Blow-up

F.Flandoli (Pisa)

  1. The problem of singularities for 3-D fluids (probabilistic approach and results under noise perturbations) I & II
  2. Stochastic models of 3-D fluid vortex structures I & II

The Symposium is supported by the EPSRC and also by the LMS via the Warwick British Visitors fund which supports certain categories of UK visitors with especial encouragement to graduate students at UK Universities.

There are also Marie Curie Fellowships which can enable EU graduate students to participate for a minimum period of 3 months.

For further information contact:
Peta McAllister, Mathematics Research Centre University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL,
Phone: +44 (0)24 7652 4403 Fax: +44 (0)24 7652 4182 E-mail:

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