Analysis Seminar
The Analysis Seminar normally meets in room PHSC 1105 on Mondays at 3:30 pm. For more information about the seminar, contact Pengfei Zhang or Nikola Petrov.
Spring 2019
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
January 28
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Fan Yang
University of Oklahoma
Physical measures for partially hyperbolic systems
February 4
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Fan Yang
University of Oklahoma
Physical measures for partially hyperbolic systems II
February 11
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Meijun Zhu
University of Oklahoma
Liouville theorems on the upper half space
February 25
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Stefan Schnake
University of Oklahoma
A Vanishing Moment Method for Second-order Linear Elliptic PDEs in Non-divergence Form
March 4
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Allen Wu
University of Oklahoma
Matrix Factorization and Riemann-Hilbert Problems (I) -- Existence
March 11
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Allen Wu
University of Oklahoma
Matrix Factorization and Riemann-Hilbert Problems (II) -- Cubic NLS
Fall 2018
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
August 27
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105

Organizational meeting
September 17
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Yilun (Allen) Wu
University of Oklahoma
Direct Scattering Problem of the Benjamin-Ono equation
September 24
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Alex Grigo
University of Oklahoma
Averaging in systems with singularities
October 1
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Boris N. Apanasov
University of Oklahoma
Lavrentiev-Fatou problems for quasiregular mappings in space
October 8
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Fazel Hadadifard
University of Kansas
On the sharp time decay rates for the 2D generalized quasi-geostrophic equation and Boussinesq system
October 15
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Fan Yang
University of Oklahoma
A dichotomy on the local escape rate
October 22
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Iurii Posukhovskyi
University of Kansas
On the ground states of the Ostrovskyi equation and their stability
October 29
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Christian Remling
Analysis area meeting
November 5
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Jie Zeng
University of Oklahoma
A brief introduction to canonical systems
December 3
3:30 PM
PHSC 1105
Andrew T. Swift
University of Oklahoma
A coarse Lipschitz embeddability criterion for $c_0(\kappa)$ spaces
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