Thursday, September 26, 2013

Thinking of 4th PDe workshop on October 26, 27 at OSU while looking back at The Third Oklahoma PDE Workshop

 
Oklahoma State University


November 12-13 (Saturday-Sunday), 2011

Introduction

The Third Oklahoma PDE Workshop is the continuation of a series of workshops that are being held annually and rotationally at Oklahoma State University (OSU) and University of Oklahoma (OU). This workshop, hosted by OSU, is focused on PDEs modeling fluids and geophysical fluids. The participants include national and international experts as well as advanced graduate students and recent Ph.D.'s.




  • Workshop dates and location
    Dates: November 12-13 (Saturday-Sunday), 2011
    Location: Willard Hall, Room 101
      Oklahoma State University
      Stillwater, OK 74078

  • Invited speakers (to be updated later):

    Chongsheng Cao, Florida International University
    Dongho Chae, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
    Mimi Dai, University of California at Santa Cruz
    John Meng-Kai Hong, National Central University, Taiwan
    Vera Mikyoung Hur, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
    Sasha Kiselev,  Keynote Speaker, University of Wisconsin at Madison
    Jihoon Lee, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
    Hisashi Okamoto, RIMS, Kyoto University, Japan
    Vlad Vicol, University of Chicago
    Baoquan Yuan, Courant Institute and Henan Polytechnic University, China

  • Contributed presentations and funding

    Besides the lectures given by the invited speakers, a few short communications (25-minute presentations) and poster presentations will also be arranged. If you are interested in giving a short presentation or poster presentation, please send an email to
    with the message body including your affiliation, research interests and contact information. Please also indicate in your message if you need financial assistance for your travel expenses. This workshop is partially supported by the National Science Foundation and we expect to provide partial support for a limited number of participants. Advanced Ph.D. students, recent Ph.D.'s, women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply for funding. The deadline for application is October 7, 2011. Applications received by this date will receive full consideration.


  • Schedule

    The workshop program and the titles and abstracts are posted here.


  • Slides and Posters

    Hisashi Okamoto Chongsheng Cao Vera Mikyoung Hur
    Dipendra Regmi Sasha Kiselev Vlad Vicol
    Mimi Dai Jihoon Lee Dongho Chae
    Baoquan Yuan John Meng-Kai Hong Nathan Pennington
    Joseph Iaia    
    Lynn Greenleaf Ye Li Qianghua Luo
    Lizheng Tao Kubrom Teka  


     
  • Travel-related information
    Oklahoma State University is located in Stillwater, Oklahoma and is about 75 miles from either the Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City or the Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We suggest that you fly to the Will Rogers World Airport. We will provide group transportation from the Will Rogers World Airport to the Oklahoma State University campus. Please email us your flight information after you book your airplane ticket. The email address is
    If you are driving, you can follow the driving directions at the OSU website:
    Driving Directions
    We have reserved a block of hotel rooms in Atherton Hotel on OSU campus. If you need us to make a hotel reservation for you, please email us the dates of your arrival and departure. You may also find the following links for visitors helpful:
    OSU Department of Mathematics
    OU Department of Mathematics
    Oklahoma State University
    OSU campus map
    City of Stillwater

     
  • Local organizers and contact information
           
    OSU Department of Mathematics OU Department of Mathematics
    Jiahong Wu
    Meijun Zhu mzhu@ou.edu
    William Jaco
    John Albert jalbert@ou.edu
    Ning Ju
    Rudiger Landes rlandes@ou.edu
    JaEun Ku
    Walter Wei wwei@ou.edu
    Yanqiu Wang
     

  •   Acknowledgments

              National Science Foundation
              OSU Department of Mathematics
  Workshop photos, image credit: google.com



 
   
Third PDe work shop at OSU:


  • General

  • Speakers
  • Poster presentations

Sunday, September 22, 2013

A Free Verse



It's Sunday again,
how is your morning, my friend,
Time runs fast,
It's hard to change our past,
Let's take a walk,
Let's eat lunch with lamb chop,
It's never too late to say sorry,
Life is too good to consume worry.