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Craig, Walter - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McMaster University
Introduction Navier Stokes equations Bounds on Kolmogorov spectra for the Navier
Introduction The Navier Stokes equations The singular set Lyapunov exponents of the variational equation Open questions On the singular set of the
Introduction Modeling of large ocean waves Propagation speed Coherent wavetrains Near-shore wave dynamics Conclusions Tsunamis and ocean waves
Introduction Counterpropagating interactions Numerical methods Co-propagating interactions A result on energy transfer Solitary water wave interactions
Walter Craig Department of Mathematics and Statistics 22 Inglewood Drive
Bounds on Kolmogorov spectra for the Navier Stokes equations Andrei Biryuka
Long wave expansions for water waves over random topography
Mathematical aspects of surface water waves
Solitary water wave interactions Department of Mathematics, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON L8S 4K1, Canada
Hamiltonian Long Wave Expansions for Free Surfaces and Interfaces
Solution of Problem set #1 (Solution by F. Su)
Introduction Long wave regime Random bathymetry modulating statistics Nonlinear Water Waves in Random Bathymetry
Solution of Problem set #2 (Solution by F. Su)
Thermal diffusion shock waves Sorasak Danworaphong1
The Mathematics of Thermal Diffusion Shocks Vitalyi Gusev1
Transformation theory of Hamiltonian PDE and the problem of water waves
The Boltzmann equation Global existence results Uniqueness Properties of propagation Main ideas of the proof On the Boltzmann equation
Lattice nonlinear Schrodinger equations Lagrangian invariant tori for lattice Schrodinger equations A variational formulation for invari Lagrangian and resonant invariant tori for
Invariant tori Hamiltonian
Contemporary Mathematics Construction of suitable weak solutions of the Navier-Stokes
Towards a New Proof of Anderson Localization Robert Brandenberger1)
Surface water waves and tsunamis By Walter Craig