A dissipative effect on some PDEs with physical singularity
초록: In this lecture, we study various dissipative effect in a phase space from either entropy dissipation or boundary. We see how this effect leads mathematical studies on long time behavior and scale-uniform estimate of kinetic PDEs in g...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.University of Wisconsin-MadisonLecturer김찬우
Hamiltonian dynamics, Floer theory and symplectic topology
In this lecture, I will convey subtle interplay between dynamics of Hamiltonian flows and La-grangian intersection theory via the analytic theory of Floer homology in symplectic geometry. I will explain how Floer homology theory (`closed str...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.University of WisconsinLecturer오용근
A classical theorem of Jacobs, de Leeuw and Glicksberg shows that a representation of a group on a reflexive Banach space may be decomposed into a returning subspace and a weakly mixing subspace. This may be realized as arising from the idem...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.University of WaterlooLecturerNico Spronk
Brownian motion with darning and conformal mappings
Brownian motion with darning (BMD) is a diffusion process obtained from Brownian motion by shorting each hole in the space into one point. In this talk, I will present a quick introduction to BMD and its basic properties including the zero p...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.University of WashingtonLecturerZhen-Qing Chen
Anomalous diffusions and fractional order differential equations
Anomalous diffusion phenomenon has been observed in many natural systems, from the signalling of biological cells, to the foraging behaviour of animals, to the travel times of contaminants in groundwater. In this talk, I will first discuss t...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.University of WashingtonLecturerZhen-Qing Chen
Unprojection or "constructing bigger Gorenstein ideals from smaller one" is an algebraic device for constructing Gorenstein varieties in codimension 4, 5, ..., beyond the range of standard structure theorems; it has a large number of fairly ...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.University of Warwick / 서강대LecturerMiles Reid
For the irreducible representations of the Hecke algebras, the minimal elements in each conjugacy class play an important role. In this talk, we try to review the minimal length elements and characterize in a more efficient way to find the m...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.University of Picardie Jules-Verne, AmiensLecturer김성순
There are three Bieberbach theorems on flat Riemannian manifolds; characterization, rigidity and finiteness. These extend to almost flat manifolds. We discuss characterization, rigidity and finiteness of infra-nilmanifolds (almost flat manif...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.University of OklahomaLecturer이경배
Weak and strong well-posedness of critical and supercritical SDEs with singular coefficients
In this talk I will first give a survey of recent recent results SDEs with singular coefficients. Then I will report some recent results, jointly with Longjie Xie, on critical and supercritical SDEs with singular coefficients.
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.University of IllinoisLecturerRenming Song
Empirical observations have shown that for an adequate description of many random phenomena non-Gaussian processes are needed. The paths of these Markov processes necessarily have jumps. Their generators are nonlocal operators which admit a ...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.University of BielefeldLecturerWalter Hoh
We survey work on a class of nonlinear elliptic PDEs that was initiated by Moser. Methods from PDE, dynamical systems, and geometry set in the framework of the calculus of variations are used to construct a rich collection of solutions.
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.Univ. of Wisconsin/포항공대LecturerPaul Rabinowitz
A fundamental problem in differential geometry is to characterize intrinsic metrics on a two-dimensional Riemannian manifold M2 which can be realized as isometric immersions into R3. This problem can be formulated as initial and/or boundary ...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.Univ. of WisconsinLecturerMarshall Slemrod
Unconditional results without an unproved hypothesis such as the generalized Riemann hypothesis (GRH) are very weak for an individual number field. But if we consider a family of number fields, one can prove just as strong results as we woul...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.Univ. of Toronto / KIASLecturerKim, Henry
The Lie superalgebra q(n) is the second super-analogue of the general Lie algebra gl(n). Due to its complicated structure, q(n) is usually called “the queer superalgebra”. In this talk we will discuss certain old and new results related to t...
CategorySpecial ColloquiaDept.Univ. of Texas, ArlingtonLecturerDimitar Grantcharov
It is usually a difficult problem to characterize precisely which elements of a given integral domain can be written as a sum of squares of elements from the integral domain. Let R denote the ring of integers in a quadratic number field. Thi...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.Univ. of KentuckyLecturerDavid Leep
Root multiplicities of hyperbolic Kac-Moody algebras and Fourier coefficients of modular forms
In this talk, we will consider the hyperbolic Kac-Moody algebra associated to a certain rank 3 Cartan matrix and generalized Kac-Moody algebras that contain the hyperbolic Kac-Moody algebra. The denominator funtions of the generalized Kac-Mo...
CategoryMath ColloquiaDept.Univ. of ConnecticutLecturer이규환