Texas Analysis and Mathematical Physics Symposium 2017 / November 3-5



All Conference Activities take place at R.L. Moore Hall (RLM).


Friday, November 3

To find RLM 5.114 and RLM 6.104, please enter RLM, and use the escalator to reach the 5th and 6th floor.

The ground floor of the RLM building is the 4th floor. It is not recommended to use the elevator - it does not stop on the 5th and 6th floor.

15:00-15:40 Registration   RLM 5.114
15:40-16:30 Christof Sparber Weakly nonlinear time-adiabatic theory RLM 6.104
16:30-16:45 Coffee Break  
16:45-17:35 Lenya Ryzhik The random heat equation in dimensions three and higher RLM 6.104

Saturday, November 4

RLM 4.102 (J. A. Wheeler Lecture Hall) is located on the ground floor of RLM, behind the glass doors near the food kiosk (the ground floor of RLM is the 4th floor).

08:30-09:00 Light Breakfast   outside RLM 4.102
09:00-09:50 Matei Machedon Pair excitation and the mean field approximation of interacting Bosons I RLM 4.102
09:50-10:10 Coffee Break  
10:10-11:00 Irina Nenciu On some concrete criteria for quantum and stochastic confinement RLM 4.102
11:10-12:00 Avy Soffer Supercritical wave equations RLM 4.102
12:00-13:45 Lunch break   Guadalupe St. restaurants
14:00-14:50 Irene Gamba Common features between the quantum Boltzmann equation cold regimes and the wave turbulence model for stratified flows RLM 4.102
14:50-15:10 Room change, computer setup  
15:10-17:10 Contributed Talks
20 min per talk (click for abstracts)
RLM 5.116, 5.118,
5.120, 5.122, 5.124
(click for schedule)

17:20-20:00 Conference Reception
Texas Union
Sinclair Suite
UNB 3.128

Sunday, November 5

08:30-09:00 Light Breakfast   outside RLM 4.102
09:00-09:50 David Damanik Some surprises in the spectral theory of almost-periodic Schrodinger operators RLM 4.102
09:50-10:20 Coffee Break  
10:20-11:10 Michael Kiessling General relativity at the (sub-)atomic scale RLM 4.102

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