FALL 1998
For the following seminars, unless otherwise stated the hour is 11:00,
the room is RLM 12.166, and it is a Mathematical Physics Seminar
Wednesday, Sept 2: Jose Antonio Carrillo (Univ of Granada)
Asymptotic behavior of Fokker-Planck type equations
Wednesday, Sept 2: Tom Lubensky (Univ of Pennsylvania)
Topological defects, interactions, and chaining in nematic emulsions
Physics Colloquium, RLM 4.102, 4:00
Thursday, Sept 3: Nurit Krausz
Quantum dynamics on non-compact group manifolds
Global Analysis Seminar, RLM 9.166, 3:30
Wednesday, Sept 9: Amadeu Delshams (Univ. Polit. Catalunya)
Perturbed ellipsoidal billiards
Monday, Sept 14: Eric Kostelich (Arizona State)
Bootstrap estimates of chaotic dynamics
Nonlinear Dynamics Seminar, RLM 11.204, 1:00
Wednesday, Sept 16: Teresa M. Seara (Univ. Polit. Catalunya)
Orbits of unbounded energy in periodic perturbations of geodesic
flows in ${\bf T}^2$
Monday, Sept 21: R. de la Llave
Non-resonant invariant manifolds
Dynamical Systems seminar, RLM 9.166, 3:00
Wednesday, Sept 23: Enrico Valdinoci
Whiskered tori and transition properties in Hamiltonian systems
Wednesday, Sept 30: Charles Radin
What to Think of Penrose Tilings
Wednesday, Oct 7: Oliver Knill
On the Kolmogorov-Sinai entropy of the Chirikov Standard map
Tuesday, Oct 13: I. Gamba
Kinetic-fluid interfaces for multi-scale problems in charged transport
TICAM seminar, SHC 329
Wednesday, Oct 14: Nikola Petrov
Applications of the theory of circle maps to radiation in resonant cavities
Wednesday, Oct 21: Min Chen
Multi-pulsed traveling wave solutions of a Boussinesq system
Wednesday, Oct 28: Hans Koch
A renormalization group approach to critical invariant tori
Wednesday, Nov 4: Anatoly Neishtadt (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Stability islands in the domain of separatrix crossing
Wednesday, Nov 11: Naoufel Ben Abdallah (Univ. P. Sabatier, Touluse)
Inflow boundary conditions for Schro"dinger--Poisson system
Wednesday, Nov 18: A. Bobylev (Russian Academy of Sciences and Keldish Institute)
Discretizations of continuous systems in Mathematical Physics
and related problems in number theory
Mon, Nov 30: Giovanni Gallavotti (U. di Roma, Rutgers U.)
The chaotic hypothesis: some implications in nonequilibrium
statistical mechanics and fluidodynamics
Mon, Nov 30: Giovanni Gallavotti (U. di Roma, Rutgers U.)
A review on the homoclinic splitting problem
and phase space diffusion 4:00 pm, RLM 12.166