Analysis and Applied Mathematics Seminar - Spring 2017

Usually meets Monday at 4:00 pm in SEO 636.
January 9
January 16
No seminar
Martin Luther King Day
January 23
January 30
Jinxin Xue
U of Chicago
Standard map, Lyapunov exponent and randomness
February 6
February 13
February 20
Andrei Tarfulea
University of Chicago
Improved estimates for thermal fluid equations
February 27
Stanley Snelson
University of Chicago
A priori upper bounds for the inhomogeneous Landau equation
March 6
Jun Kitagawa
Michigan State University
A damped Newton algorithm for semi-discrete optimal transport
March 13
Jack Arbunich
Rigorous derivation of Nonlinear Dirac equations describing wave dynamics in Honeycomb lattices
March 20
No seminar
Spring Break
March 27
(3:00 pm; SEO 612)
Mark Groves
University of Saarlandes
Fully localized solitary gravity-capillary water waves
March 27
Zhiwu Lin
Georgia Institute of Technology
Invariant manifolds for supercritical KDV equation
April 3
Trevor Leslie
University of Illinois at Chicago
New Energy Balance Criteria for the Navier-Stokes Equations
April 10
Juhi Jang
University of Southern California
Nonlinear stability theory of self-gravitationg fluids
April 12
(2:00 pm; SEO 1227)
Romeo Awi
Uniqueness of minimizers in polyconvex problems: The limit cases.
April 17
Cecilia Mondaini
Texas A&M University/ICERM
Analysis of a feedback-control data assimilation algorithm
April 24
Zoran Grujic
University of Virginia
An algebraic reduction of the "scaling gap" in the Navier-Stokes regularity problem
May 4
(4:00 pm; SEO 427)
Helena Nussenzveig Lopes
Federal University Rio de Janeiro
Vortex sheets in domains with boundary
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