Institut de Mathématiques


European Union - H2020 Program


University Paul Sabatier




Workshop Kinetic Theory and Fluid Mechanics : theoretical and computational aspects

"Applied Mathematics, modelling and computation : discussions & perspectives"

Organisateurs / Organizers : Francis FILBET (Paul Sabatier, Toulouse III)

Toulouse, from 6th November to 10th November 2017





Conférenciers confirmés - Confirmed Lecturers

- Marianne Bessemoulin-Chatard, (CNRS Nantes, France)
- Bruno Desprès, (Université Paris 6, France)
- Laurent Desvillettes, (Université Paris 7, France)
- François Golse, (Ecole Polytechnique Palaiseau, France)
- Daniel Han-Kwan, (CNRS Palaiseau, France)
- Maxime Hauray, (Aix-Marseille Université, France)
- Maxime Herda, (University Lyon 1, France)
- Shi Jin, (Wisconsin University, USA)
- Axel Klar, (Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany)
- Pauline Lafitte, (Ecole Centrale Paris, France)
- Frédéric Lagoutière, (Université Lyon 1, France)
- Mohammed Lemou, (CNRS Rennes, France)
- Fengyan Li, (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA)
- Sébastien Motsch, (Arizona State University, USA)
- Claudia Negulescu, (Université Toulouse III)
- Lorenzo Pareschi, (Universita di Ferrara, Italy)
- Ilya Peshkov, (Insa Toulouse/CIMI, France)
- Stefan Possanner, (Technische Universität Munchen, Germany)
- Jingmei Qiu, (Houston University, USA)
- Thomas Rey, (Université de Lille, France)
- Miguel Rodrigues, (Université de Rennes, France)
- Marie-Hélène Vignal, (Université Toulouse III)
- Chi-Wang Shu, (Brown University, USA)
- Tao Xiong, (Université Toulouse III)



How to come? Where is it?



- You can find a pdf file with all the information to go from the airport to your hotel and to the campus

- Here is a map of public transportation in Toulouse if you stay in the city center : the stop is "Université Paul Sabatier" on line B.

- Here is a PDF file , where you will find all the informations how to go from the Metro Station "Université Paul Sabatier" (Line B) to the location of the Workshop (Amphi Schwartz, Bâtiment 1R3) on the campus Toulouse III (Université Paul Sabatier).



Presentation of the Workshop

Kinetic theory plays a central role in many areas of mathematical physics, from nanoscales to fluid mechanics. It is an indispensable tool in the mathematical description of applications in physical science, from its origin in dilute gases, to wide applications such as fluid mechanics, polymers, cells, plasmas.

On the one hand, kinetic models provide more detailed and accurate description of regimes where hydrodynamic equations are either invalid or simply not available. Thus, kinetic theory is at the core of multiscale modeling, which connects fundamental invisible microscopic models with macroscopic models. As an example, the celebrated Boltzmann equation is the foundation of the kinetic theory for dilute collections of particles, which undergo elastic binary collisions. The Boltzmann theory is at the center of a series of multi-scaled physical models that connect microscopic multiparticle models to macroscopic fluid models such as the Navier-Stokes equations. On the other hand, fluid mechanics, especially fluid dynamics, is an active field of research in mathematics and numerical analysis with many unsolved or partly solved problems.

Many challenges remain in both the analysis and modelling for such problems. This workshop program in kinetic theory and fluid mechanics will provide the participants with an introduction to a broad range of analytical and modelling aspects of both domains.





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Last update: Jul. 4th 2017