Introduction:

Many issues in applied science can be formulated as interface problems which can be regarded as limiting cases of evolution equations exhibiting transition layers. The study of phase field or diffusive interface problems, AllenCahn and CahnHilliard equations have been an active area for the past few decades. This has also been an additional motivation for studying general nonlinear evolution equations. This session will focus on the mathematical properties of these equations including wellposedness, regularity, stability and asymptotic behavior of solutions, as well as their implications for applications. 
