ECM 6:
Infinite-Dimensional Dynamical Systems with Time Delays

Mini-Symposium and Satellite Thematic Session
(6th European Congress of Mathematics, Krakow, Poland, July 2-7, 2012)

Schedule

Wednesday, July 4, 14:30-18:30 (AGH University of Science and Technology, Room 205, U2):

14:30-15:00:
Maria Barbarossa: Linearized stability of neutral equations with state-dependent delay: Applications in population dynamics abstract
15:00-15:30:
W. Czernous: Classical solutions of hyperbolic IBVPs with state dependent delays on a cylindrical domain< abstract
15:30-16:00:
Ábel Garab: Unique periodic orbits of a delay differential equation abstract
16:00-16:20: break
16:20-16:50:
Philipp Getto: A differential equation with state dependent delay describing stem cell population dynamics abstract
16:50-17:20:
Yukihiko Nakata: Global dynamics of an infection-age structured epidemic model abstract
17:20-17:50:
Mihály Pituk: Cone positivity for linear functional differential equations abstract
17:50-18:20:
Alexander Rezounenko: Qualitative properties of solutions to parabolic partial di fferential equations with state-dependent delays abstract

Thursday, July 5, 16:15-18:15 (Seminar Room):

16:15-16:45:
Hans-Otto Walther: Evolution systems for differential equations with variable time lags abstract
16:45-17:15:
Ferenc Hartung: Smooth dependence on parameters of solutions in functional differential equations with state-dependent delays abstract
17:15-17:45:
Bernhard Lani-Wayda: Hopf bifurcation for retarded FDE and for semiflows abstract
17:45-18:15:
Tibor Krisztin: The attractor of slow oscillation for delayed negative feedback abstract

Thursday, July 5, 18:30-19:30 (AGH University of Science and Technology, Room 205, U2):

18:30-19:00:
Jayme De Luca: Galerkian approximation for an orbit of variational electrodynamics with state-dependent delay of neutral type abstract
19:00-19:30:
Wolfgang Ruess: Flow invariance for differential equations with state dependent delay abstract
19:30-20:00:
Gergely Röst: Asymptotic smoothness, compact attractors and persistence in fading memory spaces abstract

For further information please contact:

Tibor Krisztin
Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged
6720 Szeged, Aradi vértanúk tere 1, Hungary
Phone:+36 62 544 092. Fax:+36 62 544 548
E-mail: krisztin@math.u-szeged.hu

or

Hans-Otto Walther
Mathematisches Institut, Universität Gießen
Arndtstraße 2, 35392 Gießen, Germany
Phone:+49 641 99 32 120. Fax:+49 641 99 32 029
E-mail: Hans-Otto.Walther@math.uni-giessen.de

Note: participants should be registered for the ECM. See:

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