Electronic Journal of Differential Equations
Electronic Journal of Differential Equations: Conference 26, 2022
Proceedings of the
2021 UNC Greensboro PDE Conference,
virtual conference, July 24-25, 2021.
The following articles were submitted by the participants in the conference,
then refereed and accepted for publication in a special issue of the
Electronic Journal of Differential Equations.
Details about the conference are available in a
from the editors.
Note: Bibliographical references to articles in this
proceedings should be written as follows.
- Mohammed Ahrami, Zakaria El Allali;
Lower bounds on the fundamental spectral gap with Robin boundary conditions,
Conf. 26 (2022), pp. 1-11.
- Gerard Awanou;
Discrete Aleksandrov solutions of the Monge-Ampere equation,
Conf. 26 (2022), pp. 13-32.
- Falko Baustian, Vladimir Bobkov;
Basisness of Fucik eigenfunctions for the Dirichlet Laplacian,
Conf. 26 (2022), pp. 33-43.
- Manki Cho, Mauricio A. Rivas;
On the L^2-orthogonality of Steklov eigenfunctions,
Conf. 26 (2022), pp. 45-58.
- Xiaobing Feng, Thomas Lewis, Kellie Ward;
A narrow-stencil framework for convergent numerical approximations of fully nonlinear second order PDEs,
Conf. 26 (2022), pp. 59-95.
- Daniel X. Guo;
Semi-Lagrangian forward methods for some time-dependent nonlinear partial differential equations,
Conf. 26 (2022), pp. 97-113.
- Rohit Kumar, Abhishek Sarkar;
Multiple solutions for a weighted p-Laplacian problem,
Conf. 26 (2022), pp. 115-122.
- Thomas Lewis, Aaron Rapp, Yi Zhang;
Penalty parameter and dual-wind discontinuous
Galerkin approximation methods for elliptic second order PDEs,
Conf. 26 (2022), pp. 123-138.
- Timothy Robertson;
Wellposedness of Keller-Segel systems in mixed norm spaces,
Conf. 26 (2022), pp. 139-149.
- Dario A. Valdebenito;
On solutions arising from radial spatial dynamics of some semilinear elliptic equations,
Conf. 26 (2022), pp. 151-169.
Author's name; Title of the article,
2021 UNC Greensboro PDE Conference.
Electron. J. Diff. Eqns., Conf. 26 (2022), pp. ##-##.
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