The fundamental aim of this program is to bring together a core group of mathematicians from the general communities of nonlinear dispersive and stochastic partial differential equations whose research contains an underlying and unifying problem: quantitatively analyzing the dynamics of solutions arising from the flows generated by deterministic and non-deterministic evolution differential equations, or dynamical evolution of large physical systems, and in various regimes.
In recent years there has been spectacular progress within both communities in the understanding of this common problem. The main efforts exercised, so far mostly in parallel, have generated an incredible number of deep results, that are not just beautiful mathematically, but are also important to understand the complex natural phenomena around us. Yet, many open questions and challenges remain ahead of us. Hosting the proposed program at MSRI would be the most effective venue to explore the specific questions at the core of the unifying theme and to have a focused and open exchange of ideas, connections and mathematical tools leading to potential new paradigms. This special program will undoubtedly produce new and fundamental results in both areas, and possibly be the start of a new generation of researchers comfortable on both languages.
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|August 19, 2015 - August 21, 2015||Connections for Women: Dispersive and Stochastic PDE|
|August 24, 2015 - August 28, 2015||Introductory Workshop: Randomness and long time dynamics in nonlinear evolution differential equations|
|October 19, 2015 - October 30, 2015||New challenges in PDE: Deterministic dynamics and randomness in high and infinite dimensional systems|