AMS International Meeting Program by Special Session

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AMS-London Mathematical Society Meeting
Cambridge, England, June 29 - July 1, 1992
Meeting #875

Associate secretaries:
Robert M Fossum, AMS rmfossum@uiuc.edu

Special Session on Microstructure of Crystals

  • Tuesday June 30, 1992, 08:45-10:35
    Special Session on Microstructure of Crystals, I

    • 08:45
      Piezoelectricity in composite materials.
      Marco Avellaneda*, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
      (875-49-151)
    • 09:15
      Some problems in polycrystalline materials that undergo the Martensitic phase transformation.
      Kaushik Bhattacharya*, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
      (875-49-152)
    • 09:45
      Approximated convex envelope of a function.
      M. Chipot*, University of Metz, France
      (875-49-153)
    • 10:15
      An investigation into small parameter limits of lattice convolutions and stored energies in magnetic materials.
      Nikan B. Firoozye*, Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom and University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
      (875-73-169)
  • Tuesday June 30, 1992, 14:00-16:20
    Special Session on Microstructure of Crystals, II

    • 14:00
      Numerical methods for computing microstructure.
      Roy Nicolaides*, Carnegie Mellon University
      (875-49-159)
    • 14:30
      Numerical computation for a variational problem in micromagnetics.
      Mitchell Luskin, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
      Ling Ma*, Carnegie Mellon University
      (875-65-44)
    • 15:00
      Young measures supported on a given set.
      Jo\~ao P. Matos*, Instituto Superior T\'ecico, Portugal
      (875-49-157)
    • 15:30
      Surface energy and microstructure in coherent phase transitions.
      Stefan M\"uller*, Institut f\"ur Angewandte Mathematik, Germany
      (875-49-156)
    • 16:00
      Piezoelectric polycrystals: Effective medium approximation and bounds.
      Tamara Olson*, Yale University
      (875-49-160)
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