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19th Annual Southeastern-Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations

University of Richmond
Richmond, Virginia

October 22-23, 1999

This is the nineteenth in a series of conferences on differential equations. For nearly two decades this has been a conference which brings together established and new researchers and advanced graduate students for an exchange of ideas and discussions on the diverse aspects of differential equations. The primary purpose of the conference is to promote research and education in the field of differential equations, i.e., ordinary and partial differential equations and functional differential equations, numerical techniques and their applications to biology, engineering and physics.

Principal Speakers:

Margaret Cheney (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute):

``Electrical Impedance Tomography''

Peter Lax (Courant Institute, New York University):
``A Dispersive Deterministic Analogue of Turbulence''

Glenn Webb (Vanderbilt University):
``A Diffusion Model of Phenotype Evolution in Helicobacter pylori''

Contributed Talks:
The program will also include sessions of 20-minute contributed talks. If you are interested in speaking at the conference, you may submit your title and abstract as part of the Preregistration, Abstract Submission, and Financial Support" form (see relevant link).

Organizing Committee:

Lester Caudill (University of Richmond), Chair
John Hubbard (University of Richmond)
Michael Kerckhove (University of Richmond)

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Last modified October 13, 1999.
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