Interview with Herbert B. Keller

Interview with Herbert B. Keller

Herb Keller is well known in dynamical systems as the person who invented pseudo-arclength continuation. However, his work ranges as wide as scattering theory, fluid dynamics, and numerical analysis, and his publications span almost 60 years! At a workshop in Bristol, March 21-24, 2005, he shared some of his many stories with Hinke Osinga.

Nonlinear Dynamics of Surface-Tension-Driven Instabilities

Nonlinear Dynamics of Surface-Tension-Driven Instabilities

Authors: Pierre Colinet, Jean Claude Legros, Manuel G. Velarde

Geometric Asymptotics for Nonlinear PDE: I

Geometric Asymptotics for Nonlinear PDE: I

Authors: V. P. Maslov, G. A. Omelyanov

Advances in Pseudo-Differential Operators

Advances in Pseudo-Differential Operators

Authors: Ryuichi Ashino, Paolo Boggiatto, Man-Wah Wong (editors)

<font color="blue">COUPLED 60</font>

COUPLED 60

The Coupled 60 workshop was held at the University of Houston, February 3-6, 2005. The workshop was devoted to the dynamics, classification, and applications of coupled systems, but simultaneously offered an opportunity to mark the 60th birthdays of five participants: Mike Field, Marty Golubitsky, John Guckenheimer, Phil Holmes, and Ian Stewart.

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