The present circumstances force us to stay at home. But we mathematicians are always curious and need some interaction with other fellow mathematicians to keep working on our new and exciting estimates. An online seminar should give us the possibility to listen to new maths and discuss about what we like the most. Every one can participate. Do not hesitate to connect, listen and ask questions!
Link: https://univ-cotedazur.zoom.us/j/6040812151 Meeting ID: 604 081 2151. Acces code: (None).
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This year we are organising some thematic programs consisting on a lecture surveying some specific recent problems combined with some talks on the same subject. Our program is the following. (Click here to see the talks by subject):
|Jan 29th||4pm||Semyon Dyatlov||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||(SEMINAR) Control of eigenfunctions on negatively curved surfaces||(Link)|
|Feb 5th||3pm||Claude Zuily||Université Paris-Saclay (Orsay)||(LECTURE) Quantitative unique continuation: an introduction. After A.Logunov and E. Malinnikova.||(Link)|
|Feb 12th||4pm||Eugenia Malinnikova||Stanford University||(SEMINAR) On Yau’s conjecture for the Dirichlet Laplacian in C^1 domains||(Link)|
|March 5th||4pm||Maciej Zworski||University of California Berkeley||(LECTURE) Introduction to non-self-adjoint operators: a case study using a model of twisted bilayer graphene||(Link)|
|April 9th||4pm||Charles Collot||CNRS & Cergy Paris Université.||(SEMINAR) Singularities, separation, and generic self-similar behaviour for the inviscid unsteady Prandtl boundary layer||(Link)|
|April 16th||3pm||Theodore Drivas||Stony Brook University||(SEMINAR) Some remarks on the long-time dynamics of 2D Euler.||(Link)|
|April 23th||4pm||Tarek Elgindi||Duke University||(LECTURE) Singularity formation in incompressible fluids||(Link)|
|May 28th||3pm||François Golse||Ecole Polytechnique||(LECTURE) Optimal Transport Distances in Quantum Mechanics||(Link)|
|June 11th||4pm||Thierry Paul||CNRS & Sorbonne Universités||(SEMINAR) Optimal transport and quantum mechanics: more facts and applications||(Link)|
|June 18th||3pm||Chiara Saffirio||University of Basel||(SEMINAR) Mean-field evolution of fermionic mixed states with singular interaction potentials||(Link)|
|(idem)||4.15pm||Cambyse Rouzé||Technische Universität München||(SEMINAR) Quantum modified logarithmic Sobolev inequalities||(Link)|
Use of headphones is strongly recommended.
There is a public chat that can be used by all users. All users can use the public chat to indicate the chairman their intention to ask a question. The chairman can turn the microphone on/off according to the circumstances.
A 15 minute “coffee break” is scheduled between the first and second talk. Unfortunately the organisation will not be able to provide coffee or tea (or any other stronger beverage).