Calderón-Zygmund Analysis Seminar

Spring 2018

                                                         Talks will start at 3:45pm in Eckhart 202 unless otherwise noted.

                                                         Abstracts, when available, may be viewed by clicking on the title of the talk.


            Mar 26


 
 
Jacek Jendrej (Paris 13, CNRS)
 
Dynamics of strongly interacting unstable two-solitons for generalized Korteweg-de Vries equations

            April 2


 
 
Tristan Buckmaster (Princeton)
 
Nonuniqueness of weak solutions to the Navier-Stokes equation

            April 6


 
 
Luis Vega (BCAM)
 
1-d Cubic NLS with several Dirac deltas as initial condition: Talbot effect and Intermittency

            April 9


 
 
Felix Otto (MPI)
 
Stochastic homogenization and generic regularity

            April 16


 
 
No CZ seminar
 
Hee Oh (Yale) speaking in Namboodiri Lectures

            April 23


 
 
Frank Merle (Université de Cergy-Pontoise)
 
Soliton collision for the critical wave equation in dimension 5

            April 30


 
 
Pierre Raphael (Université de Nice)
 
On strongly anisotropic energy super critical blow up bubbles

            May 7


 
 
Frederic Legoll (ENPC)
 
Stochastic homogenization of a nonlinear PDE modelling hysteresis

            May 14


 
 
Gunther Uhlmann (University of Washington)
 
Inverse Problems in Wave Propagation

            May 21


 
 
Joris Roos (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
 
Variation-norm estimates for a Stein-Wainger type oscillatory integral

            May 28


 
 
No Seminar
 


            June 4


 
 
Antoine Gloria (LJLL)
 
Nekhoroshev stability for the Schrödinger flow in a quasi-periodic potential

For abstract template please click here.  For previous Calderon Zygmund seminars, see google calendar
For questions or comments, please contact Boaz Haberman (boaz at math dot uchicago dot edu) or Dana Mendelson (dana at math dot uchicago dot edu)