Energetic Methods for Multi-Component Reactive Mixtures
Modelling, Stability, and Asymptotic Analysis
September 13–15, 2023
EMRM 2023 starts on Wednesday, September 13, 2023 in the morning (at about 9am) and ends on Friday, September 15, 2023 around noon. There will be 10 keynote lectures (45 + 5 minutes) as well as 12 short communications (15 + 5 minutes) and 3 posters. On Thursday evening, we will have a workshop dinner.
EMRM 2023 is devoted to the mathematical analysis of PDE models for multi-component systems and reactive mixtures. The main topics are
- diffusion models,
- hydrodynamic models,
- hyperbolic–parabolic systems,
- asymptotic analysis.
The workshop places particular emphasis on methods based on an energy or entropy structure, which have proved crucial for questions concerning existence, stability, and the study of asymptotic limits. EMRM 2023 will specifically address problems related to
- chemical reaction–diffusion processes,
- biological transport and cross-diffusion phenomena,
- multi-phase flows in hydrodynamics.
EMRM 2023 shall provide a platform for experts and early-career researchers to discuss current research results and future directions.
We refer to the poster of our workshop for a condensed version of the information provided below.
- Miroslav Bulíček (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
- Cleopatra Christoforou (University of Cyprus, Nicosia)
- Virginie Ehrlacher (CERMICS (ENPC) & INRIA, Paris, France)
- Klemens Fellner (University of Graz, Austria)
- Julian Fischer (ISTA, Klosterneuburg, Austria)
- Vincent Giovangigli (École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France)
- Robert Lasarzik (WIAS Berlin, Germany)
- Benoît Perthame (Sorbonne Université, Paris, France)
- Agnieszka Świerczewska-Gwiazda (University of Warsaw, Poland)
- Ewelina Zatorska (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)
Here are some places to have lunch, most of which are in close vicinity to WIAS:
- Lunch Time – pizza, pasta, and salads
- Chupenga – burritos, tacos, etc.
- Little Green Rabbit – fresh salads, hearty soups, and baked potatoes
- MALOA Poké Bowl – Hawaiian bowls
- Nanoosh – falafel wraps, Mediterranean salads, and hummus
- Frittenwerk – french fries meet diverse street food creations
- Fontana di Trevi – antipasti, pasta, pizza, and main dishes
- Thu My Marie Concept – Asian fusion cuisine
- Food trucks on Spittelmarkt (only Wednesday and Friday) – Asian dishes, baked potatoes
- Bakery Steinecke – snacks, cakes, and coffee
- Q Burger – creative burgers (10min to walk)
- Huong Sen – Vietnamese cuisine (10min to walk)
Sights in Berlin
An overview of the numerous attractions and sites in Berlin can be found on the website of Berlin. However, since most of them are well-known – especially to tourists – they might be quite crowded. The following list collects a couple of interesting places (not necessarily sights) which are worth seeing either from a historical or architectural perspective, or even from the point of mathematics ...
We apologize that some websites linked below are available only in German.
- Gendarmenmarkt – magnificent square with various restaurants and cafés, currently under construction (pos)
- Nikolaiviertel – downtown of medieval Berlin, mostly destroyed during and after World War II and rebuilt in the 1980s (pos)
- Berlin Wall Memorial at Bernauer Straße – authentic area of a section of the wall adapted as a park with several information panels (pos)
- Tränenpalast – Site of German Division – original departures hall of the only train station in Berlin allowing to cross the border in both directions (pos)
- Government District in the Spreebogen – modern architecture of governmental buildings arranged in a locally invisible pattern across the Spree (pos)
- Ministry of Finance – built in the 1930s as the "Reich Ministry of Aviation" and used as the "House of Ministries" in the GDR (pos)
- National Monument and Viktoriapark on the Kreuzberg Hill – nice viewpoint in a romantic park with the neo-gothic national monument (pos)
- Anhalter Bahnhof – former railway terminus destroyed during World War II, the front facade and the obsolete S-Bahn station still exist (pos)
- Medieval Dance Macabre in St. Mary's – outstanding fresco showing persons from numerous professions accompanied by the personified death (pos)
- Gravesite of Karl Weierstrass – hidden gravesite in a very quiet area maintained by WIAS (pos)
- WIAS Berlin, Mohrenstrasse 39, 10117 Berlin, Germany
- Email: EMRM2023@wias-berlin.de