Our seminar takes place every Friday at 14:00 in the seminar room 2.066, building 20.30.
All talks this year will take place via Zoom, and the Zoom link of each talk can be found in the corresponding Abstract.pdf file.
For further informations please contact Fatima Goffi.
In general each talk will take 60 minutes, including a ten-minute question session.
Nevertheless, we would like to organise our working group seminar with flexibility, when the speakers are members in our own institute, in the sense that
- The maximal duration of each talk is 90 minutes, including the question and discussion session. Nevertheless it depends totally on the speaker, whether he/she would like to consume the whole 90 minutes or not.
- The topic of each talk can be chosen freely by the speaker. It might be based on one chapter of the speaker's favourite book, the proof of the speaker's favourite theorem, the speaker's favourite article, the speaker's own result, and so on - it should be fun if the speaker speaks about one of our colleagues' result, or even the two speakers speak about each other's results!
We highly recommend the PhD students to contribute, and we wish to facilitate the communications among the working group. We also quite welcome the talks by the colleagues from other working groups of our Institute of Analysis, and please, write an email to Fatima Goffi fatima.goffi(at)kit.edu, indicating the title/abstract of your talk as well as your preferred date, if you would like to give a 'flexible' talk!
Plan of talks:
06.11.2020 - Friedrich Klaus, Low regularity conservation laws for integrable PDE - Abstract - Notes
13.11.2020 - Elias Gasmi, Time-periodic states in a ring resonator with two pumped modes - Abstract
20.11.2020 - Dr. Ruoci Sun, Long time behavior of the filtered Schrödinger equation - Abstract
27.11.2020 - Dr. Ruoci Sun, Complete integrability of the Benjamin-Ono equation on the multi-soliton manifolds - Abstract
04.12.2020 - Zihui He, Solvability of the two-dimensional stationary incompressible inhomogeneous Navier–Stokes equations with variable viscosity coefficient - Abstract
11.12.2020 - Simon Kohler, Existence of ground states for some indefinite functionals and applications to wave-guide-like examples - Abstract
18.12.2020 - Sebastian Ohrem, Investigating a linear equation involving the fractional Laplacian - Abstract
08.01.2021 - Airi Takeuchi, Functional analytic study of ergodic theory - Abstract
15.01.2021 - Kevin Drescher, Computer-assisted Existence Proofs for nonlinear Boundary Value Problems - Abstract
22.01.2021 - Jonathan Wunderlich, Computer-assisted Existence Proofs for Navier-Stokes Equations on an Unbounded Strip with Obstacle - Abstract
29.01.2021 - Prof. Dr. Angkana Rüland, (In-)Stability in Inverse Problems - Abstract
05.02.2021 - Dr. Gabriel Brüll, Waves of greatest height - Abstract
12.02.2021 - Dr. Dag Nilsson, Solitary-wave solutions of the full dispersion Kadomtsev-Petviashvili equation - Abstract
19.02.2021 - Konstantin Zerulla, Approximations to a nonlinear Schrödinger equation and discrete Strichartz estimates - Abstract
|Seminar:||Friday 14:00-15:30||SR 2.066|
|Lecturer||Dr. Fatima Z. Goffi|
|Office hours: By appointment|
|Room 3.037 Kollegiengebäude Mathematik (20.30)|