THE TOTAL VARIATION FLOW AND RELATED NONLINEAR EVOLUTION PROBLEMS

UNIVERSITY OF SALZBURG

JULY 11-15, 2016

Aim of the workshop:

With this event we will bring together researchers working in the field of evolutionary equations with linear growth and related areas. The topics cover the total variation flow, parabolic equations with (almost) linear growth and applications in mathematical imaging.

workshop poster

 

Plenary Speakers:

  • Emre BaspinarBarrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des Bildes
  • Giovanni Bellettini
  • Michael Bildhauer
  • Emmanuele DiBenedetto
  • Frank Duzaar
  • Peter Elbau
  • Matteo Focardi
  • Lorenzo Giacomelli
  • Ugo Gianazza
  • Jens Habermann
  • Joachim Hornegger
  • Konstantinos Kalimeris
  • Juha Kinnunen
  • Clemens Kirisits
  • Michael Lasica
  • Juan Manfredi
  • Vira Markasheva
  • José Mazón
  • Gwenael Mercier
  • Salvador Moll
  • Stanley Osher
  • Stella Piro Vernier
  • Diego Ricciotti
  • Otmar Scherzer
  • Christoph Scheven
  • Thomas Schmidt
  • Stefano Signoriello
  • Thomas Singer
  • Colin James Klaus Stockdale
  • Stefan Sturm
  • Vincenzo Vespri

 

Stockdale Organizers:

  • Verena Bögelein
  • Paolo Marcellini

 

Local Organizers:

  • Patrick Bammer
  • Andrea Baumgartner
  • Beatrice Haring
  • Sarah Lederer
  • Rudolf Rainer
  • Thomas Singer
  • Stefan Sturm 

 

 

 

 

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