Session "Etats de la Recherche"

Société Mathématique de France

Le Bourget du Lac, 21 to 25 May, 2012

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# Short courses (invited speakers):

# Forty minutes lectures:

- Raphaël Danchin (LAMA, Paris-Est):
*Fourier analysis methods for compressible flows.*

- Benoît Desjardins (ENS Paris):
*Global weak solutions for degenerate compressible Navier-Stokes systems.*

- Antonin Novotny (ANAM, Toulon):
*Compressible Navier-Stokes equations: existence of weak solutions, relative entropies and weak-strong uniqueness.*

- Mikhail Perepelitsa (University of Houston, Houston):
*Solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations for compressible flow with discontinuous initial data.*

- Sylvie Benzoni (ICJ, Lyon):
*Navier-Stokes in the Earth mantle*. - Pierre Degond (IMT-CNRS, Toulouse):
*Constrained Navier-Stokes-like models in swarm dynamics.* - Eduard Feireisl (Institute of Mathematics, Praha, Czech Republic):
*Inviscid incompressible limits of the full Navier-Stokes-Fourier system.* - Emmanuel Grenier (UMPA, Lyon):
*Formal analysis of incompressible limit for inhomogeneous fluids.* - Boris Haspot (CEREMADE, Paris Dauphine):
*Convergence of capillary fluid models: from the non-local to the local Korteweg model*. - Aurélien Klak (LATP, Marseille):
*On the production of dissipation by interactions of oscillating waves in fluid mechanics*. - Philippe LeFloch (LJLL-CNRS, Paris 6):
*Compressible fluid flows with finite energy* - Emmanuel Maitre or Stéphane Labbé (LJK, Grenoble):
*About a free boundary problem for Korteweg fluids*. - Alexander Mamontov(LIH, Novosibirsk, Russia):
*Existence theorems for the equations of multidimensional steady motions of two-component mixtures of viscous compressible fluids*. - Pascal Noble (ICJ, Lyon):
*Falling films down an incline plane: modeling and long-time behavior.* - Denis Serre (UMPA, Lyon):
*Multi-dimensional rarefaction waves*. - Raafat Talhouk (Faculte des Sciences, Liban):
*Slightly compressible viscoelastic fluid flows and the incompressible limit.*.

Contacts : LAMA, Unité Mixte de Recherche 5127 CNRS - Université de Savoie, Bâtiment Chablais, Campus Scientifique
73376 Le Bourget-du-Lac Cedex, France

Tél. : (+33) 4 79 75 87 20; Fax : (+33) 4 79 75 81 42

Dernière modification, 20 Septembre 2011