What is SingFlows ?
SingFlows is a research project in applied mathematics funded by the french agency ANR under grant ANR-18-CE40-0027. Its goal is to develop mathematical and numerical tools for fluid flows with singularities. A detailed scientific description of the project can be found here
- Summer school Kinetic and Fluid PDE’s (canceled due to sanitary crisis)
The 20th IMJ-PRG summer school, entitled “Kinetic and Fluid PDE’s”, will take place in Paris from June 22nd to June 26th. It will be located on the Campus des Grands Moulins, Université de Paris.
The four lectures will be given by : Jacob Bedrossian (Univ. Maryland), Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin (Univ. Maryland), David Lannes (CNRS & Univ. Bordeaux) and Isabelle Tristani (CNRS & ENS).
Several research talks will complete the lectures. Speakers: Nathalie Ayi (Sorbonne Univ.), Sylvie Benzoni (IHP et Univ. Lyon 1), Laurent Desvillettes (Univ. Paris), Daniel Han-Kwan (CNRS & Ecole Polytechnique), Jose Rodrigo (Warwick), Robert Strain (UPenn), and Vlad Vicol (NYU).
For more information, see https://kineticandfluid.sciencesconf.org/
- Several mini-symposia were organized in 2019 with the support of SingFlows :
- The kick-off conference of Singflows took place at Université Paris Diderot, on January 29-30 2019. Speakers: Thierry Gallay, Olivier Glass, François James, Pierre-Yves Lagrée, David Lannes, Evelyne Miot, Mario Ricchiuto, Maurice Rossi, Laure Saint-Raymond.