The joint London Analysis/Probability seminar is alternately held in one of the following colleges: Imperial College, King's College (London) ,Queen Mary and Westfield College, and University College.
The seminar meets during a term on Thursdays from 3:00pm-5:30pm. All are welcome to attend the meetings.
For further information contact:
Fridays, 3:00-4:30, Imperial College, Math,
All are welcome! Room 408: More details to be announced.
Friday, 6 May, 3:00-5:00, PDE study group at Imperial College, Math, room 408
Piotr Lugiewicz (Imperial): Introduction to hypoellipticity and Hormander regularity.
Conference on “Fourier Analysis and Hyperbolic PDEs”
A.Helemskii (Moscow): Some questions of quantum functional analysis approached without matrices.
3pm: Serge Alinhac (Paris): Semilinear hyperbolic systems with blow up at infinity. (MR)
4:30: Leonid Volevich (Moscow): A new class of parabolic problems connected with Newton’s polygon. (MR)
Friday, 13 May, 3:00-5:00, Imperial College, Math, room 408
Piotr Lugiewicz (Imperial): Hypoellipticity and Hormander regularity.
This is in the main building (not the Strand building) on the floor above the ground floor if one arrives using the usual Strand entrance.
3pm: Barry Simon (Caltech): Orthogonal Polynomials with Exponentially Decaying Recursion Coefficients. (EBD)
4:30: Alexander Sobolev (Sussex): Eigenvalue distribution for the perturbed Laplace operator on the torus. (EBD)
Friday, 20 May, 3:00-5:00, PDE study group at Imperial College, Math, room 408
Xu Lihu (Imperial College): On nonlinear Semigroups.
Monday 23 May, 4:00 pm, Special Colloquium, King’s College, room 2C
Barry Simon (Caltech): The lost proof of Loewner’s theorem. Abstract
3pm: James Smith (Imperial): Global Time Estimates for Solutions to Constant Coefficient Strictly Hyperbolic PDEs. (MR)
Friday, 27 May, 3:00-5:00, PDE study group at Imperial College, Math, room 408
Antonella Bucciaglia (Imperial College): Review of Sobolev inequalities on Riemannian Manifolds.
Tuesday, 31 May, 4:00 pm, Imperial College, Math, room 130
Tom Kurtz (Wisconsin-Madison): Particle representations and uniqueness for SPDEs. (DC)
3pm: Edward Fraenkel (Bath): The diffusing vortex circle: a singular initial-value problem for the Navier-Stokes equations. (LP)
4:30: Michael Rudnev (Bristol): Some problems about distance measures. (LP)
3pm: Alexander G. Ramm (Kansas State): Dynamical systems method for for solving operator equations. Abstract (YS)
4:30: A. Karlovich (Braga): Asymptotics of Toeplitz determinants with symbols of nonstandard smoothness. Abstract (ES)
3pm: Estelle Basor (California Polytechnic State University): Wiener-Hopf Determinants with Fisher-Hartwig Symbols. (ES)
4:30: Nina Snaith (Bristol): Applications of random matrix theory in number theory. (ES)
All Fridays January 14-March 18, 3:00-4:30, Imperial College, Math,
All are welcome! Room 642
3pm: Karl-Theodor Sturm (Bonn): Geometry of metric measure spaces. Abstract (BZ)
4:30: Greg Pavliotis (Imperial): Periodic Homogenization for hypoelliptic diffusions. Abstract (IC)
Friday, January 14, 3:00-5:00, PDE study group at Imperial College, Math, room 642
Introductory lecture: Karl-Theodor Sturm (Bonn).
3pm: Todor Gramchev (Cagliari): Decay and global regularity of solutions to PDEs in R^n. Abstract (MR)
4:30: Michael Ruzhansky (Imperial): Analysis of systems with multiplicities.
Friday, February 4, 3:00-5:00, PDE study group at Imperial College, Math, room 642
Introductory lecture: Todor Gramchev (Cagliari): On the solvability of PDEs in scales of functional spaces.
Wednesday, February 16, 3:00-5:00, Imperial College, Math, room 340
Mark Hastings (Imperial): Introduction to Poincare problem in relation to work of G. Perelman on entropy formula for the Ricci flow.
3pm: Zen Harper (Leeds): The Weiss Conjecture, Hankel operators, Carleson embeddings and other operators on Hilbert spaces. Abstract (IC)
4:30: Ivan Gentil (Paris Dauphine): Logarithmic Sobolev inequalities and convergence in entropy to the equilibrium in the convex case. Abstract (BZ)
Friday, February 18, 3:00-5:00, PDE group at Imperial College, Math, room 642
Ivan Gentil (Paris Dauphine): Some links between PDE, Hamilton-Jacobi Equation and Functional inequalities like Logarithmic Sobolev Inequality.
Wednesday, February 23, 3:00-4:00, Imperial College, Math, room 341
Wilhelm Stannat (Bielefeld): Stability of the optimal filter via pointwise gradient estimates. Abstract (DC)
3pm: Wilhelm Stannat (Bielefeld): Stability of the pathwise filter equation a variational approach. Abstract (DC)
4:30: M.W. Wong (Toronto): Weyl transforms, the heat kernel and Green function of a degenerate elliptic operator. Abstract (MR)
Friday, February 25, 3:00-5:00, PDE group at Imperial College, Math, room 342
Cyril Imbert (Polytech Montpellier): A non-local vanishing viscosity method.
3pm: Andrew Stuart (Warwick): Sampling in Infinite Dimensions Via The Langevin MCMC Method. Abstract (DC)
4:30: Dirk Bloemker (Aachen): Solving PDEs with trees. Abstract (DC)
Friday, March 4, 3:00-5:00, PDE group at Imperial College, Math, room 642
Piotr Lugiewicz (Imperial): Introduction to Hormander regularity.
3pm: Thomas Krainer (Potsdam): Resolvents of elliptic cone operators. Abstract (MR)
4:30: Cyril Roberto (Paris Marne-la-Vallee): Some results on isoperimetric inequalities. (BZ)
Friday, March 11, 3:00-5:00, PDE group at Imperial College, Math, room 642
Thomas Krainer (Potsdam): Introduction to singular analysis. Abstract
3pm: Nikolaos Bournaveas (Edinburgh): Velocity averaging for the kinetic transport equation in hyperbolic Sobolev spaces. (MR)
4:30: Gianluca Garello (Turin): Lp continuity for pseudodifferential operators. (MR)
Friday, March 18, 3:00-5:00, PDE group at Imperial College, Math, room 642
Nikolaos Bournaveas (Edinburgh): Introduction to nonlinear wave equations.
All Fridays October
22-December 17, 3:00-4:30, Imperial
October 22: room 340
October 29 - December 17: room 642
All are welcome!
3pm: Carmen Martinez (KCL): The spectrum of a non-self-adjoint operator. (King’s)
4:30: Eugen Varvaruca (Bath): The behaviour near the crest for singular solutions of Bernoulli free-boundary problems. (King’s)
3:30: Yuri Suhov (University of Cambridge): Anderson localization for multi-particle systems. Abstract (IG).
5pm: Yan Fyodorov (Brunel): Complexity of Random Landscapes,
Glass Transition and Characteristic Polynomials of Random Matrices. Abstract (IG).
Friday, October 22, 3:00-4:30, Imperial College, Math, room 642, start of the PDE study group
3pm: Leonid Friedlander (Tucson Arizona): Extremal properties of the spectrum of the metric graph. (LP)
4:30: Laura Wisewell (UCL): Oscillatory integrals and curved Kakeya sets. (MR)
Friday, November 12, 3:00-4:00, King’s College in Room 423
Additional seminar: Maciej Zworski (Berkeley): Eigenfunctions for partially rectangular billiards.
Friday, November 19, 3:00-5:00, PDE study group at Imperial College, Math, room 642.
Introductory lecture: Ville Turunen (Helsinki): Pseudodifferential operators on circle, torus and sphere.
3:30: Ville Turunen (Helsinki): On differentiability in locally compact spaces. (MR)
5pm: Boris Tsirelson (Tel Aviv University): Continuous products and their automorphisms. (IG)
3pm: Anne Greenbaum (Washington): Alternatives to Eigenvalues -- Describing the Behavior of Nonnormal Matrices and Linear Operators. (EBD)
4:30: Michael Levitin (Heriot-Watt): Spectral problems with mixed Dirichlet-Neumann boundary conditions: isospectrality and beyond. (LP)
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.
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.
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.