4:30 PM-6:10 PM
Peale C Room
Composites exhibit complicated microgeometries in many significant applications. Bounding the macroscopic behavior using minimal information is a crucial goal. The classical methods are powerful, but in the past three years, new approaches have been proposed. They are comparatively more complicated and less general. However, in special cases, they are more efficient (sometimes optimal).
The speakers will present some new bounding results in areas of definite industrial interest including some comparison with experimental data. They will discuss new and unexpected opportunities of applications of several classical mathematical theories including martingales, singular integrals of Calderon-Zygmund type, and quasiconformal mappings and also illustrate some encouraging new possible directions of research.
Organizer: Vincenzo Nesi
Università di Roma, "La Sapienza", Italy
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