FALL 1999
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 1: Alex Haro
Converse KAM Theory for symplectic skew-products
Wednesday, Sept 8: Ioana Moise
The renormalization group method: application to rotating
fluids
Wednesday, Sept 15: Jack Xin
Self-Similar Decay in the Kraichnan Model of a Passive Scalar
Wednesday, Sept 22: Juan Abad
Renormalization and Periodic Orbits in Hamiltonian Systems
Wednesday, Sept 29: Irene Gamba
Positive solutions to singular second and third order
differential equations for quantum fluids in bounded domains
Monday, Oct 4: Kalyan Sinha (Indian Statistical Institute - Delhi)
Stochastic Flows on a von Neumann algebra.
Wednesday, Oct 13: No seminar, because of AMS conference in Austin
Wednesday, Oct 20: Carlo Cercignani (Politecnico di Milano)
The present status of the mathematical theory of discrete velocity
models
Monday, Oct 25: Bob Eisenberg (Rush Medical Center)
Ionic Channels: Natural Nanotubes described by the Drift Diffusion
Equation
Wednesday, Nov 3: Jose Carrillo
Mathematical aspects of kinetic equations for rapid granular flows
Wednesday, Nov 10: Dirk Gillespie
A Singular Perturbation Analysis of the Poisson-Nernst-Planck
System: Application to Ionic Channels
Wednesday, Nov 17: Mohammed Ziane (Texas A&M)
Attractors for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations
Monday, Nov 29: Claudia Valls (Univ. de Barcelona)
On splitting and diffusion phenomena in Hamiltonian systems
Wednesday, Dec 1: Jacques Bailly
Some results for the Hele-Shaw and Muskat problems
Thursday, Dec 2: Laszlo Erdos (Georgia Tech)
Derivation of Boltzmann equations from microscopic quantum
mechanics, in room 12.166 at 2:00
Wednesday Dec 8: Antonio Pumari\~no (Univ. de Oviedo)
Infinitely many persistent strange attractors: An example
Dynamical Sustems Seminar RLM 10.176 4:00pm