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SUMMARY:SMRI-Applied Maths Seminar
DESCRIPTION:Date & Time: Thurs. 15 April; 3:30pm–4:30pm AEST\nSpeaker: Yury Stepanyants (USQ)\nTitle: The asymptotic approach to the description of two dimensional soliton patterns in the oceans.\nWhere: Quad S227 (University of Sydney staff\, students & affiliates only) and via Zoom (register here https://bit.ly/31hdQnI) \nAbstract: The asymptotic approach is suggested for the description of interacting surface and internal oceanic solitary waves. This approach allows one to describe a stationary moving wave patterns consisting of two plane solitary waves moving at an angle to each other. The results obtained within the approximate asymptotic theory is validated by comparison with the exact two-soliton solution of the Kadomtsev–Petviashvili equation. The suggested approach is equally applicable to a wide class of non-integrable equations too. As an example\, the asymptotic theory is applied to the description of wave patterns in the 2D Benjamin–Ono equation describing internal waves in the infinitely deep ocean containing a relatively thin one of the layers. \nBio: Yury Stepanyants graduated in 1973 with the HD of MSc Diploma from the Gorky State University (Russia) and started to work as the Engineer with the Research Radiophysical Institute in Gorky. He proceeded his career with the Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Nizhny Novgorod) from 1977 to 1997. In 1983 Yury obtained a PhD in Physical Oceanography\, and in 1992 he obtained a degree of Doctor of Sciences in Geophysics. After immigration in Australia in 1998\, Yury worked for 12 years as the Senior Research Scientist with the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisationin Sydney. Since July 2009 he holds a position of Full Professor at the University of Southern Queensland in Toowoomba\, Australia. Yury has published more than 100 journal papers\, 3 books\, several review papers and has obtained 3 patents. \n \nHannah Bryant | Administration Officer\nTHE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY\nSydney Mathematical Research Institute | School of Mathematics & Statistics | Faculty of Science \nRm L4.42 The Quadrangle A14 | The University of Sydney | NSW | 2006\n+61 2 8627 9377 | +61 429 123 169\nsmri.admin@sydney.edu.au | https://sydney.edu.au/smri \n
URL:https://austms.org.au/event/smri-applied-maths-seminar-stepanyants/
LOCATION:Quad S227\, Univ. Sydney\, Sydney\, NSW\, Australia
CATEGORIES:SMRI Applied MATHS
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