|Lecture:||Monday 11:30-13:00||20.30 Raum 2.070|
|Lecturer||Prof. Dr. Roland Schnaubelt|
|Office hours: Tuesday at 12:00 - 13:00, and by appointment.|
|Room 2-047 (Englerstr. 2) Kollegiengebäude Mathematik (20.30)|
|Email: email@example.com||Lecturer||apl. Prof. Dr. Peer Christian Kunstmann|
|Office hours: Thursday, 13 - 14 Uhr|
|Room 2.027 Kollegiengebäude Mathematik (20.30)|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Lecturer||Prof. Dr. Dorothee Frey|
|Office hours: Monday, 10am - 11am, and by appointment|
|Room 2.042 Kollegiengebäude Mathematik (20.30)|
The internet seminar on evolution equations has been organized every year since 1997 by several working groups in Germany, Italy, Hungary and the Netherlands. It was founded by the functional analysis group in Tübingen. The participants are advanced master students and Ph.D students. From October to February the participants obtain weekly study material at a website. They are supervised by local coordinators at their university (in Karlsruhe: P.Kunstmann and R. Schnaubelt). From March to June they work in (internationally mixed) small groups on a project and report on it in June at the final workshop. This year's workshop takes place in Wuppertal from 16 to 22 July 2023.
This internet seminar is organised by Matthias Keller (Potsdam), Daniel Lenz (Jena), Marcel Schmidt (Leipzig) and Christian Seifert (Hamburg). It treats graphs and operators L defined on them by means of a Dirichlet form. The interplay between the geometric structure of the graph and the spectral theory of L will be studied. Moreover, we investigate the corresponding evolution equation u'(t) + Lu(t) =0. Basic knowledge in functional analysis and complex analysis is needed.
One can register for the internet seminar at its web page, where further information is given. See also the description of the course. In Karlsruhe we will discuss the weekly material in the lecture (or better: the reading course) Internetseminar für Evolutionsgleichungen.
You can find the history of this series of seminars on the internet seminar web site of the Workgroup Functional Analysis.