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Invited speakers



Thierry Cazenave
(Université Pierre et Marie Curie & CNRS, France)

Marek Fila
(Comenius University, Slovakia)

Joost Hulshof
(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Jong-Shenq Guo
(Tamkang University, Taiwan)
Joachim Krieger
(École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
Philippe Laurençot
(Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse, France)
Peter Poláčik
(University of Minnesota, USA)
Pavol Quittner
(Comenius University, Slovakia)
Philippe Souplet
(Université Paris 13, France)
Michael Winkler
(Paderborn University, Germany)
Hatem Zaag
(Université Paris 13, France)
Yoshikazu Giga
(University of Tokyo, Japan)
Kazuhiro Ishige
(Tohoku University, Japan)
Michinori Ishiwata
(Osaka University, Japan)
Hideo Kozono
(Waseda University, Japan)
Hiroshi Matano
(University of Tokyo, Japan)
Yuki Naito
(Ehime University, Japan)
Kenji Nakanishi
(Kyoto University, Japan)
Hirokazu Ninomiya
(Meiji University, Japan)
Takashi Sakajo
(Kyoto University, Japan)
Hiroyuki Takamura
(Future University Hakodate, Japan)


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Short communications



Amal Attouchi
(Université Paris 13, France)

Asma Azaiez
(Université Paris 13, France)
Alexandre Montaru
(Université Paris 13, France)
Van Tien Nguyen
(Université Paris 13, France)
Mikolaj Sierzega
(University of Warwick, UK)
Hannes Stuke
(Free University Berlin, Germany)
Ken Abe
(Nagoya University, Japan)
Yohei Fujishima
(Osaka University, Japan)
Masahiro Ikeda
(Kyoto University, Japan)
Sachiko Ishida
(Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
Yoshifumi Mimura
(Tohoku University, Japan)
Michiaki Onodera
(Kyusyu University, Japan)
Jin Takahashi
(Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)


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Scientific committee

Marek Fila (Comenius University, Slovakia)
Kazuhiro Ishige (Tohoku University, Japan)
Yuki Naito (Ehime University, Japan)
Philippe Souplet (Université Paris 13, France)
Eiji Yanagida (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)


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Local organizing committee

Toru Kan (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Masahiro Suzuki (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Eiji Yanagida (Tokyo Institute of Technology)


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General presentation and history

Blow-up phenomena are ubiquitous in mathematical models in the sciences. Virtually every model including nonlinear terms exhibits solutions which may form singularities, such as "real" blow-up in chemical reactions, turbulence in fluid flows, defects in liquid crystals, tip growth in cells, flows in porous media, fronts in thin viscous flows, combustion, chemotaxis, inverse mean curvature and other geometric flows. The interest in these phenomena, motivated by a wide variety of applications, provides scientists from different backgrounds and using different methodologies with an inspiring common research focus in which the main language is that of nonlinear partial differential equations (PDE's).

This will be the 6th edition of a series of Euro-Japanese workshops on blow-up phenomena. The first five editions of this series took place in Initiated by a collaboration between European and Japanese scientists working in the field of semilinear parabolic equations, an area motivated in part by the early attempts to understand singularity formation in the solutions of the Navier- Stokes equations and the onset of turbulence in fluid flows, these workshops reach out to application areas in which the occurrence or non-occurence of blow-up is a fundamental issue. Once blow-up is established, the main questions are when, where and how does it occur, as well as what happens after blow-up. More precisely, in order to understand the singularity formation, it is natural to investigate the blow-up time, blow-up set, blow-up profile in time and space and whether or not the solution can be continued beyond the blow-up time.

The aim of this workshop is to bring together leading researchers in various fields related to blow-up as well as junior scientists.

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Venue

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Ookayama Campus, Ookayama area
West Bldg. 8 E, 10F, E1001 Meeting Room


Tokyo Institute of Technology, Ookayama Campus


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Acknowledgements

This workshop is supported by the following Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) (No. 24244012) Eiji Yanagida
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) (No. 23340035) Kazuhiro Ishige


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