Analysis and PDE Seminar (Fall 2022)

The seminar meets Wednesday afternoons in person.  The meeting time and place is 3:00 – 4:00 PM in Phillips Hall 385.  If you would like to receive talk announcements, please send an email to the organizers Jeremy Marzuola or Casey Rodriguez, and we will add you to the mailing list.

The Fall 2022 schedule is below.  Abstracts, when available, may be viewed by clicking on the title of the talk.

Date Speaker Title
August 24 Tom Beck (Fordham University) A Friedland-Hayman inequality and two-phase free boundary problems
August 31 Bjoern Bringmann (IAS)  Invariant Gibbs measures for the three-dimensional cubic nonlinear wave equation.
September 14 Ayman Said (Duke University) On the long-time behavior of scale-invariant solutions to the 2d Euler equation.
September 28 Katherine Zhiyuan Zhang (NYU) Stability of solitary waves of the NLS equation
October 12 Yaiza Canzani (UNC) Counting closed geodesics and improving Weyl’s law for predominant sets of metrics
October 26 John Toth (McGill University) Quantitative unique continuation for L^2-restrictions of eigenfunction sequences
November 3

3:30 – 4:30, PH 228

Ben Dodson (Johns Hopkins) A determination of the blowup solutions to the focusing, quintic NLS with mass equal to the mass of the soliton
November 11 Arunima Bhattacharya (SLMath) A priori interior estimates for Lagrangian mean curvature equations
November 16 Jacob Shapiro (University of Dayton) Exponential time-decay for a one dimensional wave equation with coefficients of bounded variation
November 30 Graham Cox (Memorial University) Stability of spectral partitions with corners


Click on the following links to see past speakers: Fall 2023, Spring 2023Spring 2022.