Symposium on Geometric Analysis and Non-linear PDEs

The 3rd Australia-China joint conference on geometric analysis.

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29 Jan 2024 9:00am - 2 Feb 2024 5:00pm
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Xu-Jia Wang
Professor, Mathematical Sciences Institute, Australian National University
Tony Martin
Administrative Coordinator (Marketing, Conferences and Events), Mathematical Sciences Institute, Australian National University

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This conference brings together leading researchers on geometric analysis and nonlinear partial differential equations to discuss research problems of common interest, exchange ideas, and promote and strengthen collaborations. The conference will focus on new developments on several themes in geometric analysis  and PDEs and their applications. Topics include differential geometry, geometric variational problems, and nonlinear partial differential equations, especially fully nonlinear PDEs such as Monge-Ampere type equations and applications in geometry and optimal transportation.

Conference delegates

Ben Andrews (Australian National University) Hongyi Sheng (University of California San Diego)
Bing-Long Chen (Sun Yat-Sen University) Weimin Sheng (Zhejiang University)
Bohui Chen (Sichuan University) Yuguang Shi (Beijing University)
Shibing Chen (University of Science and Technology of China) Zizhou Tang (Nankai University)
Julie Clutterbuck (Monash University) Gang Tian (Beijing University)
Serena Dipierro (University of Western Australia) Enrico Valdinoci (University of Western Australia)
Jixiang Fu (Fudan University) Xu-Jia Wang (Australian National University)
Jianquan Ge (Beijing Normal University) Valentina Wheeler (University of Wollongong)
Min-Chun Hong (University of Queensland) Glen Wheeler (University of Wollongong)
Genggeng Huang (Fudan University) Haotian Wu (University of Sydney)
Yong Huang (Hunan University) Wenjiao Yan (Beijing Normal University)
Huaiyu Jian (Tsinghua University) Min Zhang (Zhejiang University)
Mat Langford (Australian National University) Weiping Zhang (Nankai University)
Congming Li (Shanghai Jiaotong University) Zhenlei Zhang (Capital Normal University)
Dongsheng Li (Xi'an Jiaotong University) Xi Zhang (Nanjing University of Science and Technology)
Jiayu Li (University of Science and Technology of China) Xiaoping Yang (Nanjing University)
Qi-Rui Li (Zhejiang University) Zhou Zhang (University of Sydney)
Jiakun Liu (University of Wollongong) Bin Zhou (Beijing University)
Jian Lu (South China Normal University) Xin Zhou (Cornell University)
Xinan Ma (University of Science and Technology of China) Xiaohua Zhu (Beijing University)

Organsing committee

Xu-Jia Wang (Australian National University)

Jiakun Liu  (University of Wollongong)

Haotian Wu (University of Sydney)

Minchun Hong (University of Queensland)

Qi-Rui Li (Zhejiang University)

Valentina Wheeler (University of Wollongong)

Bin Zhou (Peking University)

General Information

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About Kiama

The conference is being held at the Pavilion in Kiama on the New South Wales coast just south of Wollongong. It is known for its beautiful beaches and unique coastal geomorphology, most notably Seven Mile Beach and Kiama Blowhole.


International visitors to Australia require a visa or an electronic travel authority (ETA) prior to arrival. It is your responsibility to ensure documentation is correct and complete before you commence your journey. Information on obtaining visas and ETAs can be found on the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs website.


Transportation from Sydney International/Domestic Airport to Kiama, you can choose one of the following options:

1. Train (South Coast Line).

You need first take a 5-miniute air-train from Terminal to Wolli Creek Station, which runs every 10 minutes, then take the South Coast Line from Wolli Creek Station directly to Kiama Station, which takes about 2 hours and runs hourly per day. 

At the International Terminal, after passing through Customs, please don’t go outside. The train station is right next to McDonald’s in the arrival hall, where you can purchase the tickets and get aboard. 

2. Bus (operated by Premier motor service). 

There is a bus departure at 09:25am at Sydney airport (International Terminal). 

3. Rent a car.

From Sydney Airport to Kiama is about 108km, and takes about 1h30m by car. In Australia we drive on the left side.


The Pavillion

2 Bong bong Street




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Program for The 3rd Australia-China joint conference on geometric analysis.

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