Harvard Analysis Seminar

Fall 2005

This seminar is held on Tuesday from 2:30 to 3:30.

Date Place Speaker Title
December 12 Harvard
SC 232
Jonathan Dimock
(SUNY UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO)
A renormalization group analysis of QED in 2+1 dimensions
November 29 Harvard
SC 232
Wilhelm Schlag
(UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO)
On the focusing, energy critical, semi-linear wave equation in three dimensions
November 15 Harvard
SC 232
Christian Hainzl
(UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM)
The mean-field approximation to Quantum Electrodynamics. The no-photon case
November 8 Harvard
SC 232
Fanghua Lin
(COURANT INSTITUTE)
Segregations, Partitions and Maps into Singular Spaces
November 1 Harvard
SC 232
Avraham Soffer
(RUTGERS UNIVERSITY)
Dispersive decay, methods and applications
October 25 Harvard
SC 232
Jacob Sterbenz
(UCSD)
Long time decay for the wave equation on Schwarzschild space and non-linear scalar fields
October 18 Harvard
SC 232
Michael Loss
(GEORGIA TECH.)
A lower bound on the free energy of matter interacting with radiation

The Analysis Seminar is organized by Horng-Tzer Yau of Harvard University.


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