Past Seminars- Analysis

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  • Robert Pluta
    Tue Mar 19, 2013
    3:00 pm
      T. Y. Lam proposed abstracting algebraic properties of the Peirce corners eRe associated with an idempotent e in a ring R and introduced the notion of general corners. We consider this notion principally in the context of C*-algebras and some operator spaces in place of a ring R. Our aim is to characterise such corners as fully as we can,...
  • Yu Yuan
    Tue Feb 19, 2013
    3:00 pm
     We talk about some rigidity of self similar solutions for mean curvature flow and Kahler Ricci flow.
  • Martin Walter
    Tue Jan 15, 2013
    3:00 pm
    Each locally compact group, commutative or not, (this includes finite groups and Lie groups) has a dual object which completely determines it. This object is a commutative semigroup which is partially ordered and convex. This duality theory generalizes the Pontryagin-Van Kampen duality for abelian, locally compact groups in a natural way. We...
  • Loredana Lanzani
    Tue Jan 8, 2013
    3:00 pm
    TBA
  • Jie Xiao
    Tue Dec 4, 2012
    3:00 pm
    Based on a paper joint with David R. Adams, we will address quasi-continuities of Morrey potentials and their applications to fine properties of weak solutions of two p-Laplace systems: (p,q)-type harmonic map and Lane-Emden systems, whence getting that any local singular set of the minimizing p-harmonic maps from a bounded domain to the unit...
  • Xiaodong Wang
    Fri Nov 9, 2012
    3:00 pm
    I will discuss a sharp lower bound for the first positive eigenvalue of the sublaplacian on a closed, strictly pseudoconvex pseudo-hermitian manifold of dimension $2m+1\geq 5$. We prove that the equality holds iff the manifold is equivalent to the CR sphere up to a scaling. The essential step is a characterization of the CR sphere when there is a...
  • Xianghong Gong
    Tue Oct 23, 2012
    3:00 pm
    Let M be a smooth hypersurface in R^{2n}. Suppose that on each side of M, there is a complex structure which is smooth up to M. Assume that the difference of the two complex structures is sufficiently small on M. We show that if a continuous function is holomorphic with respect to both complex structures, the function must be smooth from both...