London Analysis and Probability Seminar
The London Analysis and Probability seminar is jointly organized and is alternately held by
Imperial College London;
King's College London; Queen Mary, University of London and University College London. The seminar meets during term time on Thursdays from 3:00pm-5:30pm. Please follow the links below for the details of how to get to the institutions. All are welcome to attend the meetings.
2014 Spring Term Programme:
Thursday, 23 January, 3:00-5:15pm, King's College, Strand Building, room S-1.04 (level minus one). Please note the non-standard time and venue.
The meeting will be followed by the inaugural lecture by Adrian Constantin, which will be held at JKTL Nash Lecture Theatre (room K2.31, King's Building) from 5:30 to 6:30. A drinks reception will follow in the Old Committee Room. All are welcome.
- 3pm Leonid Koralov (Maryland) Transition from homogenization to averaging in cellular flows abstract (LP)
- 4:15pm Vladimir Kozlov (Linkoping)
Stokes waves on rotational flows with counter-currents abstract (YS)
Thursday, 13 February, 3:00-4:00pm, King's College, Strand Building, room S-3.20 (level minus three)
King's College Mathematics Colloquim:
- Barry Simon (Caltech)
Tales of Our Forefathers
Thursday, 20 February, 3-5.30pm, Imperial College, Department of Mathematics, room 130, Huxley Building Directions
Thursday, 27 February, 3-5.30pm, Imperial College, Department of Mathematics, room 130, Huxley Building Directions
- 3pm Fabricio Macia (Madrid) Dispersion and observability for completely integrable Schrodinger flows abstract (AP)
- 4.30pm Alexander Gnedin (QMUL) The arrangement problem for Poisson-Dirichlet random measures and partitions abstract (IG)
Wednesday, 5 March, Imperial College, Department of Mathematics:
- 3pm Alex Gorodnik (Bristol) Quantitative density of orbits abstract (LP)
- 4.30pm Andre Nachbin (IMPA, Rio de Janeiro) A hydrodynamic pilot wave model (AC)
Microlocal Day LMS Non-commutative harmonic analysis and probability
Thursday, 6 March, 3-5.30pm, Imperial College, Department of Mathematics, room 130, Huxley Building Directions
Thursday, 13 March, 3-5.30pm, Imperial College, Department of Mathematics, room 130, Huxley Building Directions
- 3pm Marta Sanz-Sole (Barcelona) Approximations and support of Wiener functionals: applications to stochastic waves abstract (YS)
- 4.30pm Dominique Bakry (Toulouse) Diffusions and orthogonal polynomials
Monday, 17 March, 4:00-5:00pm, King's College, Strand Building, room S-2.08 (level minus 2)
Please note the non-standard day, time and venue.
- 3pm Rostyslav Kozhan (KTH, Stockholm)
Resonances associated with random matrices abstract (LP)
- 4.30pm Kostya Khanin (Toronto) KPZ Universality and Random Hamilton-Jacobi Equation abstract(IG)
- Peter Sarnak (Princeton) Topologies of nodal sets of random band limited functions abstract (AP)
Friday, 28 March:
Paris-London analysis seminar
2014 Summer Term Programme:
Thursday, 8 May, 3-5.30pm King's College, room TBC
Thursday, 22 May, 3-5.30pm King's College, room TBC
3pm Matania Ben-Artzi (Hebrew University)
4.30pm Dimitri Yafaev (University of Rennes 1)
Scattering theory for differential and integral operators
Thursday, 5 June, 3-5.30pm King's College, room TBC
3pm Julio Delgado (Imperial College)
4.30pm Clement Mouhot (Cambridge)
Thursday, 19 June, 3-5.30pm King's College, room TBC
3pm Constanza Rojas Molina (Munich)
4.30pm Lauri Oksanen (UCL)
Inverse problem for the wave equation with Dirichlet data and Neumann data on disjoint sets
3pm Tim Candy (Imperial College)
4.30pm Alexander Its (Indianapolis)
Old seminar programmes:
Click here for a list of old seminar programmes
A. Constantin (KCL) 020-7848-1165 firstname.lastname@example.org
D. Crisan (IC) 020-7594-8489 email@example.com
E.B. Davies (KCL) 020-7873-2698 firstname.lastname@example.org
I. Goldsheid (QMW) 020-7882-5473 email@example.com
I. Krasovsky (IC) 020-7594-8525 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ya. Kurylev (UCL) 020-7679-7896 email@example.com
A. Laptev (IC) 020-7594-8499 firstname.lastname@example.org
L. Parnovski (UCL) 020-7679-2847 email@example.com
A. Pushnitski (KCL) 020-7848-1167 firstname.lastname@example.org
M. Ruzhansky (IC) 020-7594-8500 email@example.com
Yu. Safarov (KCL) 020-7848-2215 firstname.lastname@example.org
E. Shargorodsky (KCL) 020-7848-1379 email@example.com
A. Sobolev (UCL) 020-7679-2863 firstname.lastname@example.org
B. Zegarlinski (IC) 020-7594-8492 email@example.com
For questions regarding the website, please contact Alexander Pushnitski or Yuri Safarov
Other analysis seminars:
Paris-London analysis seminar
Regular Analysis Seminars at Imperial College
Imperial Stochastic Analysis Seminar
King's College Analysis Seminar
Pure Mathematics Seminar at UCL
Relevant seminars at Imperial, King's, Queen Mary
U.K. Mathematics Departments, Centres, and research laboratories
The London Mathematical Society
Analysis group at Imperial College
Pure Analysis and PDEs group at Imperial College
Analysis group at King's College
London Underground map
Getting to Imperial College (Department of Mathematics) (do not go in the tunnel if you travel to South Kensington tube station.)
The simplest way to get here:
Travel to the tube station Gloucester Road (District, Circle, and Piccadilly Lines).
When you exit the station, turn left along Gloucester Road, crossing Cromwell Road 50 meters from the exit.
After 4-5 minutes walk along Gloucester Road, turn right to Queen's Gate Terrace.
This is a short road leading directly to the entrance of the Huxley Building, at 180 Queen's Gate. We are on floor 6.
Getting to King's College
Getting to QMW From Stepney Green tube go left along Mile End Road for about 200 metres.
From Mile End tube go west along Mile End Road for about 300 metres.
Getting to UCL. The nearest tube station is `Euston Square', but `Warren Street' and `Euston' are also quite close to the college.