Location: 383N (seminar room)
Time: Wednesdays 3-4pm or 4-5pm.
See the announcement for the abstract.
Abstract: We describe recent constructions based on singular transformations on how to make objects invisible to electromagnetic waves.
Abstract: The KP-I equation is an asymptotic model for the propagation of long small amplitude dispersive surface waves with weak transversal effects and large surface tension. Using a multiscale analysis we prove that this equation is globally well-posed in the energy space. This is joint work with Alexandru Ionescu and Carlos Kenig.and 4:10pm, Room 381T
Abstract: We discuss the problem of having (or not) a loss in Strichartz estimates in the setting of manifolds with non-empty hyperbolic trapped set. This is joint work with N. Burq and A. Hassell.and
Abstract: I will discuss recent progress on some analytic problems on spaces with iterated edge singularities, with a focus on geometric applications, especially to an old conjecture by J.J. Stoker on convex hyperbolic polyhedra.