This edited volume addresses the importance of mathematics in wave-related research, and its tutorial style contributions provide educational material for courses or seminars. It presents highlights from research carried out at the Centre for Nonlinear Studies in Tallinn, Estonia, the Centre of Mathematics for Applications in Oslo, Norway, and by visitors from the EU project CENS-CMA. The example applications discussed include wave propagation in inhomogeneous solids, liquid crystals in mesoscopic physics, and long ship waves in shallow water bodies. Other contributions focus on specific mathematical approaches, namely the pseudospectral method, the treatment of Maxwell equations, and scalar conservation laws.

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