Past Events

2011-2012

May 07

Anne-Sophie de Suzzoni, Universite de Cergy-Pontoise

BBM: a statiscal point of view
Fine Hall 314 / -
Apr 30

Didier Pilod, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro / University of Chicago

The Cauchy problem for the Benjamin-Ono equation in L^2 revisited (Joint work with Luc Molinet)
Fine Hall 314 / -
Apr 16

Michael Lacey, Georgia Institute of Technology

On the two weight inequality for the Hilbert transform
Fine Hall 314 / -
Apr 09

Marcel Guardia, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya & IAS

Growth of Sobolev Norms for the Cubic Defocusing Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation in Polynomial Time
Fine Hall 314 / -
Apr 04

Brian Street, University of Wisconsin, Madison

The Frobenius Theorem, With Applications to Analysis
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 26

Hans Cristianson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 12

Alex Iosevish, University of Rochester

Finite Point Configurations, Incidence Theory and Multi-linear Operators
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 05

Yoshihiro Sawano, Kyoto University

Hardy Spaces With Variable Exponents and Generalized Campanato Spaces
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 27

Nobu Kishimoto, Kyoto University

Well-Posedness and Finite-Time Blowup for the Zakharov System on Two-Dimensional Torus
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 20

Larry Guth, New York University

Applications of Multilinear Restriction and Restriction Estimates
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 13

Raphael Cote, Ecole Polytechnique/University of Chicago

Description of the blow-up for the semi-linear wave equation
Fine Hall 314 / -
Jan 06

Joachom Krieger, University of Pennsylvania

Vanishing/Blow up at infinity for the 3-d critical focussing NLW
Fine Hall 214 / -
Dec 14

Jared Speck, MIT

Global Stability Results for Relativistic Fluids in Expanding Spacetimes
Fine Hall 314 / -
Dec 12

Kevin Hughes, Princeton University

Vinogradov estimates applied to maximal theorems related to Waring's problem
Fine Hall 314 / -
Dec 05

Peter Constantin, Princeton University

Nonlocal Evolution Equations
Fine Hall 214 / -
Dec 02

Oana Pocovnicu, Imperial College, London

Effective dynamics of a non-linear wave equation
Fine Hall 314 / -
Nov 21

Arpad Benyi, Western Washington University

Modulation invariant bilinear T(1) theorem
Fine Hall 314 / -
Nov 14

Kotaro Tsugawa, Nagoya University/University of Toronto

Local well-posedness of the KdV equation with almost periodic initial data
Fine Hall 314 / -
Oct 17

Benoit Pausader, Brown University

Global existence for solutions of the energy critical nonlinear Schrodinger equation in the Torus
Fine Hall 314 / -
Oct 10

Jonathan Luk, Princeton

Gravitational Impulsive Waves
Fine Hall 314 / -
Oct 06

Jeff McNeal, Ohio State University

Regularity of twisted Bergman projections - Part 3
Fine Hall 110 / -
Oct 05

Jeff McNeal, Ohio State University

Regularity of twisted Bergman projections - Part 2
Fine Hall 110 / -
Oct 04

Jeff Mcneal, Ohio State University

Regularity of twisted Bergman projections - Part 1
Fine Hall 110 / -
Oct 03

Vedran Sohinger, University of Pennsylvania

On the uniqueness of solutions to the 3D periodic Gross-Pitaevskii hierarchy
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 26

Zaher Hani, New York University

Long-time strong instability and unbounded orbits for some nonlinear Schrödinger equations
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 12

Assaf Naor, New York University

Grothendieck's inequality and the propeller conjecture
Fine Hall 314 / -