SPRING 2006
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.
Fri, Feb 17: Ofer Zeitouni (Minnesota)
Multiscale schemes for the study of motion in
random media
Mon, Feb 20: Masha Saprykina (Univ of Toronto)
Examples in Ergodic Theory
Wed, Feb 22: Kristian Bjerklov (Univ of Toronto)
Quasi-periodic Schroedinger cocycles and a problem by M. Herman
Wed, Mar 1: Daniel Berend (Rice)
On a discrete minimization problem arising from physics
Wed, Mar 8: Maria Pia Gualdani
A nonlinear fourth-order parabolic equation and related
``entropy'' functionals
Fri, Mar 10: Mark Holland (Surrey)
Intermittency maps and Long memory
Wed, Mar 29: Thierry Goudon (Univ Sciences et Technologies Lille)
Modeling and simulation of fluid/particles flows
Wed, Apr 5: Ansgar Juengel (University of Mainz)
Systematic derivation of a priori estimates for nonlinear
higher-order PDEs and relations to polynomial decision
problems
Fri, Apr 21: Teresa M. Seara (Univ. Polit. Catalunya)
Existence of (microscopic) homoclinic orbits in the
bifurcation of a critical point for conservative vector
fields
Fri, Apr 28: Ed Saff (Vanderbilt)
Minimal Energy Problems and Best-Packing
Wed, May 3: Mark Shattuck (CUNY)
Velocity Statistics for Non-Equilibrium Steady-States in
2D Granular Fluids
Wed, May 3: Pablo Padilla (UNAM)
From genes to patterns
NOTE: the seminar will be in RLM 10.176 at 1:00pm