Student Paper Competition 2024(To be announced)

Student Paper Competition 2023


Winners of the Competition 2023

First Place: Amelie Loher
Second Place: Tian-Yi Zhou
Honorable Mentions: Alessandro Columbu and Yuya Tanaka


Student Paper Competition Results

The information for the student paper competition finalists:

Yutaro Chiyo, ''Global Existence and Boundedness in a Fully Parabolic Chemotaxis System for Tumor Angiogenesis'', Tokyo University of Science, Japan

Alessandro Columbu, ''Properties of Given Unbounded Solutions to a Class of Chemotaxis Models'', Universita di Cagliari, Italy

Amelie Loher, ''Quantitative Schauder Estimates for Kinetic Equations'', University of Cambridge, UK

Daiki Mizuno, ''Pseudo-Parabolic System Governed by KWC-Energy of Grain Boundary Motion'', Chiba University, Japan

Thialita Nascimento, ''New Regularity Estimates for Fully Nonlinear Elliptic Equations'', University of Central Florida, USA

Daniel Restrepo, ''Grad-Mercier Equation in Plasma Physics: Uniqueness, Regularity, and Free Boundary Analysis'',  The University of Texas at Austin, USA

Yuya Tanaka, ''Does Chemotaxis Produce Blow-up in a Two-Species Chemotaxis-Competition Model?'', Tokyo University of Science, Japan

Tian-Yi Zhou, ''Learning Ability of Interpolating Deep Convolutional Neural Networks'', Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Student Paper Competition, 2018


We are pleased to announce the following finalists for the 2018 AIMS Student Paper Competition:

Ibrahim Almuslimani, “Optimal explicit stabilized integrator of weak order one for stiff and ergodic stochastic differential equations”. University of Geneva, Switzerland

Ioakeim Ampatzoglou, “A rigorous derivation of a cubic Boltzmann-type equation for a classical system of hard-spheres”, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Michal Bathory, “Identification of outflow boundary conditions on artificial boundaries leading to the smallest dissipation”, Charles University, Czech Republic

Duc-Lam Duong, “Solitary waves for a coupled system of quadratic nonlinear Schroedinger equations”, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Andrea Giorgini, “Global well-posedness of strong solution to the Cahn-Hilliard-Hele-Shaw system with unmatched viscosities”, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Takanori Kuroda, “Local well-posedness of the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation in general domains based on the theory of parabolic equations”, Waseda University, Japan

Hung Nguyen, “The generalized Langevin equation with power-law memory in a nonlinear potential well”, Tulane University, USA

Simon Plazotta, “A BDF2-approach for the non-linear Fokker-Planck equation”, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany

Matthew Rosenzweig, “Global well-posedness and scattering for the Davey-Stewartson system at critical regularity”, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Xianjin Yang, “Hessian Riemannian flows for effective Hamiltonians and Mather measures”, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia

Announcement: (The submission deadline is extended to April 15th, 2018)

The AIMS Conference Series on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations is pleased to announce our student paper competition at the 12th AIMS Conference to be held July 5- July 9, 2018 in Taipei, Taiwan.

The student paper competition is held to identify and honor outstanding student papers in the fields of differential equations and dynamical systems, in the broadest sense.

Up to four awards may be given upon recommendation of the selection committee. All winners and finalists will be presented with plaques or certificates, and the conference registration fee will be waived for the finalists.

Submission Guidelines:

  • 1. Student must be currently enrolled in a graduate program to be eligible to participate in the competition.
  • 2. An extended abstract of no more than five pages in length must be submitted to the selection committee before the deadline (April 15th, 2018). The limit is one paper per student. No multiple submissions from the same author will be accepted.
  • 3. All paper will be under blind review by the selection committee. Up to 10 finalists will be identified for the competition.
  • 4. The finalists will be invited to present the paper at the conference's Student Paper Symposium. The conference registration fee will be waived for each of these finalists.
  • 5. The author must present the paper at the conference to be eligible for awards or certificates. Student competition papers may not be presented if previously presented to any learned society.
  • 6. Finalist paper presentations will be judged by the selection committee based on written technical content and presentation effectiveness.
  • 7. The selection committee will recommend up to four awards (first and second place awards and up to two awards for Honorable Mention). Award winners will be presented with plaques and cash awards.
  • 8. All student authors must make their own arrangements for travel and hotel accommodations.

 Application Procedure:

  • a. Participants must register at before submitting an application for the student paper competition.
  • b. The extended abstract must be no more than 5 pages, single spaced, in Times New Roman 12-points font, and should not include the author name(s). Put title and author(s) in a separate cover page.
  • c. Accepted file format: PDF only.
  • d. Submission address: mailto:
  • e. Submission deadline: April 15th, 2018.



Student Paper Competition, 2016


Winners of the Competition 2016

First Place: Yoshitaro Tanaka
Second Place: Numann Malik
Honorable Mentions: Anna Kostianko and Masaaki Mizukami


We are pleased to announce the following finalists for the 2016 AIMS Student Paper Competition:

  • Gaurav Dwivedi, ''Picone's identity for p-biharmonic operator and its applications'', Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, India
  • Arielle Gaudiello, ''A mathematical model of the human papillomavirus (HPV) with a case study in Japan'', University of Central Florida, USA
  • Anna Kostianko, ''Inertial manifolds for semilinear parabolic equations which do not satisfy the spectral gap condition'', University of Surrey, England
  • Priscila Leal da Silva, ''On a homogeneous evolution equation: Lax pair and peakon solutions'', Universidade Federal do ABC, Brazil
  • Numann Malik, ''Dark soliton linearization of the 1D Gross-Pitaevskii equation: long-time asymptotics'', Brown University, USA
  • Masaaki Mizukami, ''Global existence and asymptotic stability of solutions to a two-species chemotaxis system'', Tokyo University of Science, Japan
  • Matteo Rinaldi, ''Slow motion for the one-dimensional Swift-Hohenberg equation'', Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • Yoshitaro Tanaka, ''Reaction-diffusion approximation for understanding pattern formations through non-local interactions'', Meiji University, Japan
  • Huiju Wang, ''Unified weighted Poincare inequalities in metric measure space and applications'', Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
  • Qingtian Zhang, ''Global wellposedness of cubic Camassa-Holm equations'', Penn State University, USA

Student Paper Competition, 2014

Award Ceremony
Anton Savostianov, First Place
Andrei Tarfulea, Second Place
Piotr Kamienski, Honorable Mention
Bao Q. Tang, Honorable Mention


We are pleased to announce the following finalists for the inaugural 2014 AIMS Student Paper Competition:

  • Vladimir Bobkov, ''On Maximum and Comparison Principles for Parabolic Problems with p-Laplacian'', Universitat Rostock, Germany
  • Piotr Kamienski, ''A finite information KAM theorem'', Jagiellonian University, Poland
  • Priscila Leal da Silva, ''Strict self-adjointness and shallow water models'', Centro de Matematica, Computacao e Cognicao, CMCC, UFABC, Brazil
  • Ye Li, ''An equation decomposition based tailored finite point method for linearized incompressible flow in 2D space'', Tsinghua University, China
  • Catalina Vich Llompart, ''Slow-fast n-dimensional piecewise linear differential systems'', Universitat de les Illes Balears, Mallorca
  • Daisuke Naimen, ''The critical problem of Kirchhoff type elliptic equations in dimension four'', Osaka City University, Japan
  • Anton Savostianov, ''Strichartz estimates and smooth attractors for wave equations with fractional damping in bounded domains'', University of Surrey, UK
  • Yoshitaro Tanaka, ''Reaction-diffusion model aided understanding of pattern formation of inflorescence'', Meiji University, Japan
  • Bao Q. Tang, ''Well-posedness and exponential equilibration of a volume-surface reaction-diffusion system with nonlinear boundary coupling'', University of Graz, Austria
  • Andrei Tarfulea, ''Long Time Behavior of the Forced Critical Surface Quasi-geostrophic Equation'', Princeton University, USA