WEBINAR ON PDE AND RELATED AREAS

The Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (IIT-K), in collaboration with TIFR-CAM, IISER-Pune and IISER-Kolkata, is setting up an online platform for research seminars in partial differential equations (PDEs) and related areas.

The main goal of this webinar series is to bring together researchers, and encourage them to discuss and share their ideas in a virtual and inclusive environment to bring back academic closeness. We also encourage students to participate in large number to get a flavour of active research areas in PDEs and related topics. We aim to initially invite leading experts, from the areas mentioned below, to raise visibility.

  1. Control Theory
  2. Dispersive PDEs
  3. Elliptic PDEs
  4. Fluid Dynamics
  5. Harmonic Analysis
  6. Hyperbolic PDEs
  7. Inverse Problem
  8. Nonlocal PDEs
  9. Probability Theory and Stochastic PDEs

Zoom and Youtube link for next talk

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_M4lL962DQ9SgEB_op1PAjw

Youtube link will appear soon.


Date and Time

We plan to hold this seminar twice every week (Tuesdays and Thursdays), and this will take place online via Zoom.


Time: 3.00 PM, INDIAN STANDARD TIME (+5 hrs 30min, GMT, 11.30 AM Paris time, 5.30 AM New York time, 12.30 PM Israel time.)


LIST OF SPEAKERS


Date Name Title Link of Abstract
3rd September
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Sandeep Kunnath
(Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India.)
Riesz Kernel type estimates and Adams Inequality.
Youtube link

Read Abstract

8th September
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Enrique Zuazua
(Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany. Deusto Foundation, Bilbao, Spain. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain.)
Turnpike control and deep learning
Youtube link

Read Abstract

10th September
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Yehuda Pinchover
(Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel.)
How large can Hardy-weight be?
Youtube link

Read Abstract

15th September
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Emmanuel Trelat
(Sorbonne Université, Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions, France.)
Sparse control and stabilization to consensus of collective behavior models.

Youtube link

Read Abstract

17th September
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Roberta Filippucci
(Universita Degli studi di Perugia, Italy.)
p-Laplacian problems with gradient terms

Youtube link

Read Abstract

22nd September
Tuesday
4.30 pm
IST
Eduardo Cerpa
(Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile.)
Control properties of a parabolic-elliptic system

Youtube link

Read Abstract

24th September
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Emil Wiedemann
(Ulm university, Germany.)
Weak and measure-valued solutions of the compressible Euler equations.

Youtube link

Read Abstract

29th September
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Saugata Bandyopadhyay
(IISER-Kolkata, India.)
On the Equation (∇u)^tH(u)(∇u) = G

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1st October
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Siddhartha Mishra
(ETH Zurich, Switzerland.)
Deep Learning and Computations of PDEs. Read Abstract
6th October
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Jean-Pierre Raymond
(Institut de Mathématiques, Université Paul Sabatier, France.)
Existence and uniqueness of maximal strong solution of a 1D Blood flow in a network of vessels Read Abstract
8th October
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Jean-Michel Coron
(Jacques-Louis Lions Laboratory, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France.)
Stabilization in finite time of some partial differential equations Read Abstract
13th October
Tuesday
6.30 pm
IST
Gunther Uhlmann
(University of Washington, USA.)
Seeing Through Space Time

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15th October
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Eduard Feireisl
(Institute of Mathematics AS CR, Czech Republic.)
(S)-convergence and approximation of oscillatory solutions in fluid dynamics

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20th October
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Helge Holden
(Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway.)
A Lipschitz metric for the Camassa–Holm equation

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22th October
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Laurent Véron
(Universite de tour, France.)
Nonlinear boundary value problems in connexion with harmonic functions

Read Abstract

27th October
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Stefano Bianchini
(SISSA, Trieste, Italy.)
On the sticky particle solutions to the multi-dimensional pressureless Euler equations

Read Abstract

29th October
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Guy Vallet
(University of Pau, France.)
TBA  
3rd November
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Plamen Stefanov
(Purdue University West Lafayette, USA.)
TBA  
5th November
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Itai Shafrir
(Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel.)
Minimizers of a variational problem for nematic liquid crystals with variable degree of orientation in two dimensions

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10th November
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Michel Chipot
(University of Zurich, Switzerland.)
TBA  
12th November
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Moshe Marcus
(Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel.)
TBA  
17th November
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Xavier Ros-Oton
(University of Zurich, Switzerland.)
TBA  
19th November
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Giampiero Palatucci
(University of Parma, Italy.)
TBA  
24th November
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Enrico Valdinoci
(The University of western Australia, Australia.)
TBA  
26th November
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Martina Hofmanova
(Bielefeld University, Germany.)
TBA  
1st December
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Manjunath Krishnapur
(Indian Institute of Science, India.)
The random plane wave and related objects

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3rd December
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Arick Shao
(Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom.)
Controllability of Waves and Geometric Carleman Estimates

Read Abstract

TBA
3.00 pm
IST
Gyula Csato
(University of Barcelona, Spain.)
Fractional Michael-Simon Sobolev inequalities

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10th December
Thursday
3.00 pm
IST
Luca Esposito
(University of Salerno, Italy.)
Density lower bound estimate for local minimizers of free interface problem with volume constraint

Read Abstract

15th December
Tuesday
3.00 pm
IST
Sylvain Ervedoza
(Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux, Université de Bordeaux, France.)
TBA  

MAILING LIST

We plan to create a common mailing list, where regular announcements about the webinar will be shared. If you would like to receive webinar announcements(including zoom ID and password to attend the talk), please feel free to send a blank email with the subject line ``WWOPARA_sub" to the following email "pdewebinar[AT]iitk.ac.in". In order to unsubscribe, please send us a blank email with the subject ``WWOPARA_unsub". You can also email comments and suggestions.

We apologise, in case you have registered, but did not hear back from us. Please send us one more mail again.

ABOUT THE MEDIUM ZOOM

The chosen medium of the webinar series is zoom. Participant would be allowed to join by clicking at the link that we shall provide in advance. You may require a zoom ID and password that will also be provided from our side. We recommend the participants to download zoom from the following website (link).

FOR THE PARTICIPANTS

Attendees (participants) can ask their queries to the speaker by writing in the "Q&A section" which may get answered depending on the total number of questions we receive.
There is no registration charges for this event.

YOUTUBE LINK

You can also watch the entire session on "YOUTUBE" live session. The link will appear 10 to 5 minutes before in this webpage.

LOCAL ORGANISER

ORGANIZERS OF THE EVENT