[Symposium] Frontiers in Nonlinear Differential Equations and Stokes Phenomena
TSVP Symposium: Frontiers in Nonlinear Differential Equations and Stokes Phenomena
linked to TSVP Thematic Program:
Exact Asymptotics: From Fluid Dynamics to Quantum Geometry
>> The presentation slides of many talks can be found in the download section at the bottom of this page.
Asymptotic methods and perturbation theory are fundamental tools, and widely used in practically every field of the physical and theoretical sciences, from fluid mechanics and medical imaging, to condensed matter physics and string theory. Despite their ubiquity, however, advances in asymptotic analysis, particular beyond-all-orders asymptotics, has been led by fragmented communities in pure mathematics, applied mathematics, and theoretical physics. The intention of this symposium is to bring together a number of such distinct communities and to encourage interaction and knowledge exchange.
The symposium will have a novel format designed to encourage communication amongst specialists in disparate areas. The first week will begin with a number of panorama talks (accompanying other public lectures) on rigorous asymptotics, applications to physical sciences, and asymptotics in geometry and physics. During the symposium, speakers will be encouraged to link their research-level talk with separate introductory talks, designed to communicate the key ideas and language in an accessible way. Discussions and final-day debriefs will also encourage knowledge sharing between disparate fields.
Dylan Allegretti, Cecilie Andersen, Jon Chapman, Samuel Crew, Dan Dai, Fabrizio Del Monte, Nicolas Delporte, Harini Desiraju, Nick Dorey, Pavlo Gavrylenko, Martin Guest, Kohei Iwaki, Takeshi Kataoka, Omar Kidwai, Oleg Lisovyi, Chris Lustri, Gergő Nemes, Nikita Nikolaev, Adri Olde Daalhuis, Robert Osburn, Cihan Pazarbaşı, Shinji Sasaki, Josh Shelton, Akira Shudo, Yoshitsugu Takei, Yumiko Takei, Philippe Trinh, Nicholas Williams, Daniel Zhang
Daily shuttle from the Seaside house to OIST main campus
Please use the OIST shuttle bus service in the morning to get to the main campus. It arrives at 8:42 and 9:00 in front of the Seaside House. In the evening there are buses from OIST Auditorium to Seaside House, e.g. at 18:05 and 18:35.
Full shuttle bus schedules (link only accessible on campus): https://groups.oist.jp/bfm/shuttle-bus
- there are three shuttle bus lines on weekdays, and one on the weekend.
Daily Taxi Schedule: In the evenings, participants can make use of several taxis that will take them from OIST and Seaside House to the small downtown area of Onna village were many restaurants are located.
Schedule: Every weekday from September 4th to 14th
18:00 OIST Auditorium > Peridot Smart Hotel > Seaside House > Onna village, Moon beach area (near Family Mart)
Return pickup at Family Mart in Onna village at 20:30
On Saturday 9/9 the taxis will leave 30min later. On Sunday 9/10 there will be no taxi shuttles. Download daily schedule as pdf here.
All events will take place at OIST's main campus (access).
TSVP office area: Lab 5, Floor EF, Room 03, registration/visitor offices/discussions/symposium venue from Sept 11-14
L4E48: Large seminar room in Lab 4, floor E, symposium venue from Sept 5-7
C209: Medium sized seminar room in Center Building (floor C), symposium venue on Sept 8
B250: Sydney-Brenner lecture theater in Center Building, general-audience Talk on Sept 13 at 3pm
All rooms are accessible through the main entrance tunnel via elevator to floor B/C. OIST Lab buildings are connected by tunnel on level B. OIST-ID card is required to access all building except the center building (cafeteria and cafe are open to the public). Please check the map for details.
Conference Banquet and Excursion
We hope all participants will join both the banquet and the excursion (free of charge for invited/registered participants).
Banquet: Thursday, September 7th from 18:30 at Okinawan style restaurant Umusan no Niwa in Onna village (taxis leave OIST at 18:00, return trip from 21:00)
Excursion: Saturday, September 9th from 9:00 until approx. 17:30 by bus. Destinations: Ryukyu Mura (traditional Okinawan village), American Village (lunch), Katsuren castle ruins, Miyagi Ocean road
※ Please note that this event will be (partially) recorded and the videos uploaded. In addition, photos may be taken during the event. These are intended for publication online to report on the OIST website, social media, etc.※
Updated on 2023-09-07