Moving Boundaries 2005
Venue: Tryp Coruna
|Event Date/Time: Sep 21, 2005||End Date/Time: Sep 23, 2005|
The Meeting will look at the modelling of a continuum, where the positions of its borders or interphase boundaries have to be determined as part of the solution, and compare results with experiments. The transient case leads to the so-called moving boundary problems, and the steady one to the free boundary problems.
The spectrum of problems with moving boundaries is nowadays commonly known as ‘Stefan Problems’. The study of such problems has evolved into a scientific field with thousands of bibliographical references to date.
One of the main objectives of the conference is the establishment of interdisciplinary links between scientists and engineers who tackle similar problems from different research perspectives, and those colleagues who work on different applications but use similar numerical methods and experimental techniques.
The Moving Boundaries Conference Series first started in Southampton, UK (1991); continuing in Milan, Italy (1993); Bled, Slovenia (1995); Ghent, Belgium (1997); Ljubljana, Slovenia (1999); Lemnos, Greece (2001); and Santa Fe, USA (2003). Each meeting included invited papers by acknowledged experts.