Jinqiao Duan (firstname.lastname@example.org) Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA
ZhujunJing (email@example.com) The Chinese Academy of Sciences
KeningLu (firstname.lastname@example.org) Michigan State University, USA
Zaijiu Shang, Co-Chair (email@example.com) The Chinese Academy of Sciences
Xiangdong Ye, Co-Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) The University of Science and Technology of China
Secretary of the Morningside Center of Mathematics:
Li Xiaoning (email@example.com). Tel: (010) 8261-1650
Nonlinear and stochastic dynamical systems
theory provides fundamental ideas and
tools for the modeling, analysis, and prediction of complex phenomena.
Solutions to the important dynamical problems increasingly require techniques from several areas of mathematics. The research in these are as is becoming increasingly collaborative, especially crossing country borders. In fact, rapid progress requires an organized collaborative effort like this Workshop.
This workshop is the first U.S.-Asian workshop on Nonlinear Dynamics and Stochastic Partial Differential Equations. A delegation of over a dozen of U.S. mathematicians and scientists will attend the workshop. It will serve as a venue for developing communication and establishing collaborative research among research groups from U.S., China, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore, and local regions Taiwan and Hong Kong.
The fields of nonlinear dynamics, stochastic
partial differential equations, and nonlinear analysis are inextricably
interwind. The associated research, ranging from pure to applied, is extremely
broad with many active groups in both U.S. and Pacific Rim countries. Asian
countries such as China and Japan already have strong researchers in these
fields, while others are on a path of development. This workshop will further
advance this development throughout the region, while training U.S. junior
mathematicians and students for international collaborative research.
All presentations and discussions will be held in the Morningside
Center of Mathematics, Beijing, China.
Confirmed Participants from Outside Mainland China:
Peter Bates (Michigan State Univ., USA)
Peter Baxendale (Univ. Southern California, USA)
Paul Chow (Wayne State Univ., USA)
Shui-Nee Chow (Georgia Inst. Tech., USA)
Charlie Doering (Univ. Michigan, USA)
Jinqiao Duan (Illinois Inst. Tech., USA)
Weinan E (Princeton, USA)
Din-Yu Hsieh (Brown University and Tsinghua Univ.)
Philip Holmes (Princeton, USA)
Zhiyuan Jia (Michigan State Univ., USA)
Yu-juan Jien (Purdue Univ., USA)
Peter Kotelenez (Case Western Reserve Univ., USA)
Minkyu Kwak (South Korea)
William Langford (Univ. Guelph, Canada)
C. W. Li (Hong Kong)
Song-sun Lin (Taiwan)
Sergey Lototsky (Univ. Southern California, USA)
Kening Lu (Michigan State Univ., USA)
Carl Mueller (Univ. Rochester, USA)
Xingbin Pan (Singapore)
Keywon Park (South Korea)
Bjorn Schmalfuss (Univ. Paderborn, Germany)
Hideki Tanemura (Chiba Univ., Japan)
Vena Pearl Bongolan Walsh (Illinois Inst. Tech., USA)
Liming Wu (France)
Huaizhong Zhao (United Kingdom)
The Guest Hotel of the Chinese Academy
Note: Overseas junior Chinese participants will stay in the Youth Apartments
of the Morningside Center
(Address: Zhongguancun, Bei Er Tiao #7, Beijing. Tel: (010) 6262-6465.)
It is about a 15-minute walk from the Guest Hotel to the Morningside Center of Mathematics
where the workshop will be held.
Note: Overseas junior Chinese participants will stay in the Youth Apartments of the Morningside Center
will be available for participants.
For Laptop users: You may need to buy a power plug adaptor, say, in the stores at the Third
Level, International Terminal, Peking International Airport (PEK).
Travel and Local Transportation:
The United States Embassy
in China: 3 Xiu Shui Bei Jie, Chaoyang
District, Beijing, China. Tel.   6532-3431.
You will receive a formal invitation letter for visa from Beijing soon.
Please get ready to apply for China entry visa in person at one of the following locations (depending on your location):
Chinese Embassy in Washington DC
Chinese Consulate in NYC
Chinese Consulate in Chicago
Chinese Consulate in LA
Chinese Consulate in Houston
Chinese Consulate in Toronto
You can also apply for your China entry visa through private travel/passport/visa
service agencies (They can apply visas "in person" for you). This may be
useful if you live far away from a Chinese Consulate or the Chinese Embassy.
See, for example, some of the following links (found on Yahoo/Google search).
This does not mean we recommend these service agencies. You may find some other agencies
in your local area. You may call them to find out details (they charge fees).
Financial support by the National Science
Foundation through the grant DMS-0308601,
and by the Morningside Center of Mathematics, Beijing, China, is greatly appreciated.