October 21-23, 2022

Trends in Soliton Dynamics and Singularity Formation

for Nonlinear Dispersive PDEs

at Texas A&M University

The mathematical focus of the workshop is on the study of soliton dynamics and singularity formation for nonlinear dispersive PDEs, and on the interplay with related areas. We hope that this workshop will provide the stage for learning about new developments, for the dissemination of ideas, and for the formation of future collaborations.



Contributed Talks:

  • All participants are invited to give a short presentation on their research on Saturday afternoon (about 10 minutes, depending on the number of interested speakers). Graduate students and postdocs are especially encouraged. If you are interested to give a contributed talk, please indicate this on the registration form.


To participate in the workshop, please fill out the registration form.

Financial Support:

If you need financial support to participate in the workshop, and do not have alternative sources of funding, please request support on the registration form. We have limited funds, but will make our best effort to cover travel and accommodation expenses. Preference will be given to graduate students, recent PhDs, and underrepresented minorities.

Covid-19 Information:

To minimize the risk of Covid transmission, and for the safety and comfort of all participants, we strongly encourage everyone to wear a face mask indoors and especially in the lecture halls. If you have forgotten to bring a mask and would like one, please ask the organizers and we will be happy to give you a surgical mask.


This workshop is open to everyone, including individuals of different age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, national origin, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status. We are committed to providing a supportive and inclusive environment, where all participants are treated with respect and dignity.



Please contact us with any questions or comments.


We are grateful to the National Science Foundation and the Texas A&M Department of Mathematics for financial support.