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Sebastian Throm (WWU): Long-time behaviour for coagulation models

Wednesday, 09.12.2020 11:00 per ZOOM: Link to Zoom info

Mathematik und Informatik

Coagulation of clusters is a widespread phenomenon in natural and industrial processes which particularly occurs on a huge range of length scales. Examples include the formation of raindrops in clouds and polymers but also macroscopic processes such as the formation of planets. In this talk, we will consider kinetic models describing these systems and we will particularly focus on their long-time behaviour.



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