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Date: From October 16 (Wed.) to October 18 (Fri.), 2019
Venue: Room 056 and "Lecture Hall", Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo
 

Program

 
October 16 (Wed.) Room 056
10:15-- Opening
10:30--11:30 Dionisios Margetis (University of Maryland-Collage Park)
@Three tales of three scales in epitaxial growth - Lecture 1: On the fundamentals of crystal surface morphological evolution
13:30--14:00 Discussion
14:00--14:40 Michal Beneš (Czech Technical University in Prague)
@Mathematical modelling of interface motion in material science
14:50--15:30 Junpei Yamanaka (Nagoya City University)
@Interface dynamics of colloidal systems
15:50--16:30 Takeshi Ohtsuka (Gunma University)
@A level set approach to the crystalline motion of spiral steps and its application to interlace spirals
16:30--17:00 Discussion
 
October 17 (Thu.) Lecture Hall
10:30--11:30 Dionisios Margetis (University of Maryland-Collage Park)
@Three tales of three scales in epitaxial growth - Lecture 2: From discrete schemes to macroscopic laws: Reconciling step motion with crystal facet evolution
13:30--14:00 Discussion
14:00--14:40 Goro Akagi (Tohoku University)
@Traveling wave dynamics for Allen-Cahn equations with non-decreasing constraint
14:50--15:30 Koya Sakakibara (Kyoto University/RIKEN)
@Numerical analysis of constrained total variation flows
15:30--16:00 Discussion
16:20--17:00 Nao Hamamuki (Hokkaido University)
@On large time behavior of some crystal growth problems
17:00--17:20 Discussion
 
October 18 (Fri.) Lecture Hall
10:30--11:30 Dionisios Margetis (University of Maryland-Collage Park)
@Three tales of three scales in epitaxial growth - Lecture 3: From atoms to step flow: The atomistic origin of the Burton-Cabrera-Frank model
13:30--14:00 Discussion
14:00--14:40 Koichi Sudoh (Osaka University)
@Peculiar behavior in surface-diffusion-driven evolution of crystalline micro-structures
 
Last updated; September 30, 2019