Seminars & Events for Minerva mini-course

November 25, 2014
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Interface dynamics for incompressible flows

The goal of these lectures is to present the main ideas and arguments of recent results concerning global solutions and finite time singularities for interface dynamics. In particular those contour dynamics that are given by basic fluid mechanics systems; Euler´s equation, Darcy´s law and the Quasi-geostrophic equation. These give rise to problems such as water wave, Muskat, and the evolution of sharp fronts of temperature.

Speaker: Diego Cordoba Gazolaz, Princeton University
Location:
Fine Hall 110
December 2, 2014
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Interface dynamics for incompressible flows

The goal of these lectures is to present the main ideas and arguments of recent results concerning global solutions and finite time singularities for interface dynamics. In particular those contour dynamics that are given by basic fluid mechanics systems; Euler´s equation, Darcy´s law and the Quasi-geostrophic equation. These give rise to problems such as water wave, Muskat, and the evolution of sharp fronts of temperature.

Speaker: Diego Cordoba Gazolaz, Princeton University
Location:
Fine Hall 110
December 5, 2014
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Interface dynamics for incompressible flows

The goal of these lectures is to present the main ideas and arguments of recent results concerning global solutions and finite time singularities for interface dynamics. In particular those contour dynamics that are given by basic fluid mechanics systems; Euler´s equation, Darcy´s law and the Quasi-geostrophic equation. These give rise to problems such as water wave, Muskat, and the evolution of sharp fronts of temperature.

Speaker: Diego Cordoba Gazolaz, Princeton University
Location:
Fine Hall 110
December 9, 2014
5:00pm - 6:30pm
Interface dynamics for incompressible flows

The goal of these lectures is to present the main ideas and arguments of recent results concerning global solutions and finite time singularities for interface dynamics. In particular those contour dynamics that are given by basic fluid mechanics systems; Euler´s equation, Darcy´s law and the Quasi-geostrophic equation. These give rise to problems such as water wave, Muskat, and the evolution of sharp fronts of temperature.

Speaker: Diego Cordoba Gazolaz, Princeton University
Location:
Fine Hall 110