About these proceedings
The seventh International Conference on Evolution Equations and their main areas of Applications (where the emphasis evolves as time and problems change) was held October 30 to November 4 at the CIRM (Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Matematica) in Trento, Italy. In keeping with the basic principles and the recent tendencies governing these International Conferences, it brought together many of the world's leading experts in the fields mentioned, with particular effort on facilitating the interaction of established scientists and emerging young promising researchers, as well as the interaction of pure and applied specialists. In the latter directions, emphasis was extended here to include in addition to Physical and Life Sciences, also Industry and Economics. Topics among the recent advances treated here concern new developments in: moving boundary problems, asymptotics in non-linear Volterra equations and other asymptotics related developments, Poincare inequality on stratified sets, time operator and Markov processes in physics related advances, behavior of granu lar matter, stochastic aspects of Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation, very general Paley-Wiener results applied to both classical and generalized functions, Ornstein Uhlenbeck operators and processes, quasilinear PDEs with memory operators, semi-group approach in economics (pricing theory) and other semi-group related developments, convolution-evolution equation in aeroelasticity, new developments in the study of age-structured models, new developments in maximal regularity.
Boundary value problem Markov life sciences linear optimization model operator