Type: Seminar

Distribution: World

Expiry: 12 Apr 2021

CalTitle1: Symmetry properties for the Euler equations and semilinear elliptic equations

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Dear friends and colleagues,

on **Monday, 12 April 2021 **at** 3 pm**, ** Professor François Hamel ** from Aix-Marseille Université, France, is giving a talk in our
Asia-Pacific Analysis and PDE Seminar on

**
Symmetry properties for the Euler equations and semilinear elliptic equations
**.

**Abstract:**

In this talk, I will discuss radial and one-dimensional symmetry properties for the stationary incompressible Euler equations in dimension 2 and some related semilinear elliptic equations. I will show that a steady flow of an ideal incompressible fluid with no stagnation point and tangential boundary conditions in an annulus is a circular flow. The same conclusion holds in complements of disks as well as in punctured disks and in the punctured plane, with some suitable conditions at infinity or at the origin. I will also discuss the case of parallel flows in two-dimensional strips, in the half-plane and in the whole plane.

The proofs are based on the study of the geometric properties of the streamlines of the flow and on radial and one-dimensional symmetry results for the solutions of some elliptic equations satisfied by the stream function.

The talk in based on joint work with N. Nadirashvili.

More information and how to attend this talk can be found at the seminar webpage .

Best wishes,

Daniel

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Professor François Hamel

Professor @ Aix-Marseille Université, France

Professor Hamel received his PhD in 1996 @ Sorbonne University
(Ex-Paris VI) under the supervision of Henri Berestycki. Before he
had the privilege to be a student @ the École Normale
Supçrieure de Paris (ENS), later to be a researcher @ CNRS from
1995 until 2001. Since 2001, François Hamel is professor @
Aix-Marseille Université. He was a Visiting professor @ MIT,
United States and member of the Institut Universitaire de France
from 2009 until 2014.