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The Abel Symposium 2020 at Røros Hotel will host world leading speakers in the field of partial differential equations, who over a period of four days will present their work in the reclusive scenery of Røros Hotel. Wednesday will feature the Young Mathematicians' Day with open talks and a poster reception in the late afternoon.


Speakers (abel2020)

Speakers

Thomas Alazard
Paris
Nataša Pavlović
Austin
Luis Silvestre
Chicago
Adrian Constantin
Vienna
Benoit Perthame
Paris
Gigliola Stafillani
Boston
Alessio Figalli
Zürich
Laure Saint-Raymond
Lyon
Lászlo Székelyhidi
Leipzig
Patrick Gerard
Paris
Wilhelm Schlag
Yale
Daniel Tataru
Berkeley
Philip Isett
Austin
Sylvia Serfaty
New York
Tatiana Toro
Washington
Felix Otto
Leipzig
Jalal Shatah
New York
Sijue Wu
Michigan

Registration (abel2020)

Registration

Speakers, participants and tentative attendants to the Young Mathematicians Day are kindly requested to register their stays and dietary preferences.

Deadline: March 31

Young Mathematicians Day (abel2020)

Young Mathematicians' Day

On Wednesday June 10 we open the talks to a selected number of one-day attendants. The Young Mathematicians' Day is an opportunity for PhD and postdoctoral fellows to enjoy the talks of world-class mathematicians and to present their own results in a poster reception Wednesday afternoon/early evening. To apply for this, please use the registration form above.

Organising committee (abel2020)

Organising committee

NTNU

  • Mats Ehrnström (main organiser)
  • Helge Holden
  • Espen Jakobsen

National

  • Nils Henrik Risebro (Oslo)
  • Sigmund Selberg (Bergen)

International

  • Isabelle Gallagher (Paris)
  • David Lannes (Bordeaux)
  • Eitan Tadmor (Maryland)
  • Erik Wahlén (Lund)

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Sponsors (abel2020)


Funded by

  • The Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Letters via the Abel board and The Norwegian Mathematical Society
  • NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Research Council of Norway via the grants Nonlinear Water Waves and Waves and Nonlinear Phenomena