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Arbeitsgruppe Funktionalanalysis

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Kollegiengebäude Mathematik (20.30)
Zimmer 2.041

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Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Institut für Analysis
Englerstraße 2
76131 Karlsruhe


natascha.katz@kit.edu




Übungsscheine für Analysis I, II, III (Mathematik, Lehramt Mathematik, Physik, Informatik)
Übungsscheine für HM I, II (Informatik)

zusätzlich: studienbegleitende Klausuren zu den Vorlesungen der Dozenten der Arbeitsgruppe.

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Vorträge im Wintersemester 2019/2020

Die Vorträge finden, sofern nicht anders angekündigt, jeweils von 14:00-15:30 Uhr in Raum 2.066 im Kollegiengebäude Mathematik (20.30) statt.


15.10.2019Nick Lindemulder (Karlsruhe) An Intersection Representation for a Class of Anisotropic Vector-valued Function Spaces
In this talk we discuss an intersection representation for a class of anisotropic vector-valued function spaces in an axiomatic setting à la Hedberg & Netrusov, which includes weighted anisotropic mixed-norm Besov and Triebel-Lizorkin spaces. In the special case of the classical Triebel-Lizorkin spaces, the intersection representation gives an improvement of the well-known Fubini property. The motivation comes from the weighted L_{q}-L_{p}-maximal regularity problem for parabolic boundary value problems, where weighted anisotropic mixed-norm Triebel-Lizorkin spaces occur as spaces of boundary data.
22.10.2019Bas Nieraeth (Karlsruhe) Weighted theory and extrapolation for multilinear operators
19.11.2019Andreas Geyer-Schulz (Karlsruhe) On global well-posedness of the Maxwell–Schrödinger system
02.12.2019Wenqi Zhang (Canberra) Localisation of eigenfunctions via an effective potential for Schrödinger operators
For Schrödinger operators with L^{\infty} potentials (possibly random) we introduce the Landscape function as an effective potential. Due to the nicer properties of this Landscape function we are able to recover localisation estimates for continuous potentials, and specialise these estimates to obtain an approximate diagonalisation. We give a brief sketch of these arguments.
Dieser Vortrag findet um 10:30 Uhr in Seminarraum 2.066 statt.
03.12.2019Yonas Mesfun (Darmstadt) On the stability of a chemotaxis system with logistic growth
In this talk we are concerned with the asymptotic behavior of the solution to a certain Neumann initial-boundary value problem which is a variant of the so-called Keller-Segel model describing chemotaxis. Chemotaxis is the directed movement of cells in response to an external chemical signal and plays an important role in various biochemical processes such as e.g. cancer growth.
We show a result due to Winkler which says that under specific conditions, there exists a unique classical solution to this Neumann problem which converges to the equilibrium solution with respect to the L^{\infty}-norm. For this purpose we study the Neumann Laplacian in L^p, in particular some decay properties of its semigroup and embedding properties of the domain of its fractional powers, and then use those properties to prove Winkler's result.
10.12.2019Emiel Lorist (Delft) Singular stochastic integral operators: The vector-valued and the mixed-norm approach
Singular integral operators play a prominent role in harmonic analysis. By replacing integration with respect to some measure by integration with respect to Brownian motion, one obtains stochastic singular integral operators, which arise naturally in questions related to stochastic PDEs. In this talk I will introduce Calderón-Zygmund theory for these singular stochastic integral operators from both a vector-valued and a mixed-norm viewpoint.
14.01.2020Alex Amenta (Bonn) Vector-valued time-frequency analysis and the bilinear Hilbert transform
The bilinear Hilbert transform is a bilinear singular integral operator (or Fourier multiplier) which is invariant not only under translations and dilations, but also under modulations. This additional symmetry turns out to make proving L^p-bounds especially difficult. I will give an overview of how time-frequency analysis is used in proving these L^p-bounds, with focus on the recently understood setting of functions valued in UMD Banach spaces.
21.01.2020Willem van Zuijlen (Berlin) Spectral asymptotics of the Anderson Hamiltonian
In this talk I will discuss the asymptotics of the eigenvalues of the Anderson Hamiltonian, which is the operator given by \Delta+\xi. We consider \xi to be (a realisation of) white noise and consider the operator on a box with Dirichlet boundary conditions. I will discuss the result in joint work with Khalil Chouk: almost surely the eigenvalues divided by the logarithm of the size of the box converge to the same limit. I will also discuss the application of this to obtain the large-time asymptotics of the total mass of the parabolic Anderson model, which is the SPDE given by \partial_t u=\Delta u+\xi\cdot u.

18.02.2020 TULKKA in Konstanz


Diese Vorträge finden in Raum A 704 (Universität Konstanz) statt.

11:45-12:15 Adrian Spener (Ulm) Curvature-dimension inequalities for nonlocal operators
12:30-13:45 Mittagspause
13:45-14:30 Sophia Rau (Konstanz) Stability results for thermoelastic plate-membrane systems
14:45-15:30 Andreas Geyer-Schulz (Karlsruhe) On global well-posedness of the Maxwell-Schrödinger system
15:30-16:15 Kaffee-Pause
16:15-17:00 Delio Mugnolo (Hagen) Linear hyperbolic systems




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