Analysis Seminar


The Analysis Seminar normally meets in room PHSC 1105 on Mondays at 3:30 pm. For more information about the seminar, contact Pengfei Zhang or Nikola Petrov.

Spring 2021

March 1
3:30pm (CST)
Zoom
Ming Zhong
Johns Hopkins
Data-driven Modeling of Collective Dynamics
March 29
3:30pm (CDT)
Zoom
Philip Bretz
University of Oklahoma
Bayesian Online Changepoint Detection
April 26
3:30pm (CDT)
Zoom
Morgan Weiler
Rice University
The action spectrum of embedded contact homology and infinite staircases of symplectic embeddings

Fall 2020

September 21
3:30pm (CDT)
Zoom
Zhiyuan Zhang
Courant Institute
Benjamin-Ono soliton dynamics in a slowly varying potential
September 28
3:30pm (CDT)
Zoom
Qingtang Su
University of Southern California
On the transition of the Rayleigh-Taylor instability in 2d water waves
October 5
3:30pm (CDT)
Zoom
Samuel Walsh
University of Missouri
Global bifurcation for monotone fronts of elliptic PDE
October 12
3:30pm (CDT)
Zoom
Sameer Iyer
Princeton University
Global in x Stability of Prandtl's Boundary Layer for 2D, Stationary Navier-Stokes Flows
October 19
2:30pm (CDT)
Zoom
Analysis Faculty
Strategic Planning Discussion
October 19
3:30pm (CDT)
Zoom
Zhipeng Liu
University of Kansas
Some results on periodic TASEP
October 26
3:30pm (CDT)
Zoom
Sohrab Shahshahani
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Asymptotic stability of harmonic maps on the hyperbolic plane under the Schrodinger maps evolution
November 2
3:30pm (CST)
Zoom
Ronghua Pan
Georgia Institute of Technology
Isentropic Approximation
November 9
3:30pm (CST)
Zoom
Huy Nguyen
Brown University
Proof of modulational instability of Stokes waves in deep water
November 16
3:30pm (CST)
Zoom
Yu-Jui Huang
University of Colorado
Mortality and Healthcare: a Stochastic Control Analysis under Epstein-Zin Preferences
November 23
3:30pm (CST)
Zoom
Wenjing Liao
Georgia Institute of Technology
Regression of functions on low-dimensional manifolds by neural networks
November 30
3:30pm (CST)
Zoom
Zhiwu Lin
Georgia Institute of Technology
Turning point principle for the stability of relativistic stars
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