The seminar meets during a term on Thursdays from 3:00pm-5:30pm. All are welcome to attend the meetings.
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The seminar’s talks and some other analysis/probability related activities are listed below.
Tea and coffee will be available between talks.
In room 642:
1pm-2pm: Peter Li (University of California, Irvine): Duality of local and global estimates for elliptic operators
2:30-3:30: Michael Solomyak (Weizmann Institute): On the discrete spectrum in the gaps of the Laplacian in
a periodic waveguide-type domain, perturbed by a decaying potential
3:30-4:30: Thierry Coulhon (Cergy, France): Riesz transforms on Riemannian manifolds
in Clore Theatre:
5:30-6:30: Professor A. Grigoryan’s Inaugural Lecture: The Laplace operator
LMS Spitalfields Day: TODAY’S PDEs. LMS announcement
3pm: T. Sunada (Tohoku University): Random walks applied to geometry of crystal lattices
4:30: M. Kotani (Tohoku University): A central limit theorem for magnetic transition operators on a crystal lattice
2pm: Dima Vassiliev (Bath): Torsion waves in metric-affine field theory
3:30: Richard Thomas (Imperial College): An evolution equation arising from geometry and mirror symmetry
3pm: Maxim Skriganov (St.Petersburg): Coding Theory for Non-Hamming Metrics and Uniformly Distributed Point Sets
4:30: Mitsuru Sugimoto (Osaka and Imperial): L^p analysis for Schrödinger equation
3pm: Sergey Fomin (University of Michigan and the Isaac Newton Institute): Loop-erased walks and total positivity
4:30: Laurent Saloff-Coste (Cornell): Hyperellipticity in infinite dimension
3pm: Nicolai V. Krylov (Minnesota): On diffusion approximation with discontinuous coefficients
4:30: Sergey Bobkov (Minnesota): On concentration of distributions of weighted sums
Getting to Imperial College. Do not get the tunnel to Exhibition Road; the maths department is in the Huxley Building, 180 Queen's Gate, opposite Queen's Gate Terrace.
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.
The mathematical department is located on the corner of
Gower place and Gordon Street. More information can be found on
if you use the second map link from there (to `Gower Street site'), the department is marked by letters UCLU there (this is because the department
is located directly above the Student Union). There are two sets of lifts in the building: one is for the Student Union, the other is for
the department; make sure you choose the correct one. The lecture room is on the 5th floor; just turn left as you leave the lift.