University of Sydney PDE Seminar

Recent and forthcoming seminars

The PDE Seminar is held somewhat infrequently on Mondays from 2-3pm in Carslaw Room 829 (Access Grid Room), unless otherwise noted.

The seminar is associated with the Non-Linear Analysis Research Group. Organisers: Daniel Hauer and Daniel Daners.

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Fri 17th Noureddine Igbida Hamilton-Jacobi equation and least worst strategy
Mon 6th Siyuan Li Monge-Ampère Type Equations and Their Applications
Thu 19th Nassif Ghoussoub Dynamic and Stochastic Brenier Transport via Hopf-Lax formulae on Wasserstein Space
Mon 16th Adam Sikora Riesz transform and and harmonic functions
Mon 11th Piotr Rybka A story about variational linear growth functionals
Mon 4th Yanqin Fang Regularity and classification of solutions to static Hartree equations involving Fractional Laplacians
Mon 28th Xiao Zhang Some mathematical problems in gravitational waves
Mon 21st Michael Cowling Almost everywhere matters
Mon 14th Xuan Duong Some recent progress on estimates of singular integrals
Mon 7th Jan Rozendaal Stability theory for semigroups using (Lp,Lq) Fourier multipliers
Fri 14th El Maati Ouhabaz Lions’ maximal regularity problem for non-autonomous evolution equations
Tue 13th Yalçin Kaya Optimal Control with Minimum Total Variation
Fri 9th Regina S. Burachik Asymptotic Lagrangian duality for nonsmooth optimization
Mon 29th Ricardo Parreira da Silva Thin domains with highly oscillating boundaries
Mon 10th Yong Wei Volume preserving flow by powers of k-th mean curvature
Mon 3rd Ji Li Commutators, factorizations and function spaces associated with operators
Thu 30th Enrico Valdinoci Regularity of nonlocal minimal surfaces in the plane
Wed 29th Serena Dipierro An introduction to nonlocal minimal surfaces
Mon 20th Changwei Xiong Gap theorems involving second fundamental form: from closed surfaces to open surfaces
Mon 27th Shahar Nevo Differential inequalities and normality

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