Fall 2022 Nonlinear Analysis Seminar Series
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Tuesday 29th November 2022, 9:00–10:00 TST (GMT+8), online on Zoom Professor Neal Bez, Saitama University
Title:
An introduction to Strichartz estimates I
Abstract: The aim of these lectures is to give a
gentle introduction to Strichartz estimates, with an emphasis on
particular cases such as the linear Schr\"odinger and wave
equations. The associated dispersive estimates play a highly
important role in the theory of Strichartz estimates so I will begin
in Lecture 1 by proving the required dispersive estimates. Next, in Lecture 2, I will prove the homogeneous Strichartz estimates in all admissible cases, including the so-called Keel--Tao endpoint case. Building on the content of the first two lectures, in Lecture 3, I will discuss the situation regarding inhomogeneous Strichartz estimates. |

Tuesday 6th December 2022, 9:00–10:00 TST (GMT+8), online on Zoom Professor Neal Bez, Saitama University
Title:
An introduction to Strichartz estimates II
Abstract: The aim of these lectures is to give a
gentle introduction to Strichartz estimates, with an emphasis on
particular cases such as the linear Schr\"odinger and wave
equations. The associated dispersive estimates play a highly
important role in the theory of Strichartz estimates so I will begin
in Lecture 1 by proving the required dispersive estimates. Next, in Lecture 2, I will prove the homogeneous Strichartz estimates in all admissible cases, including the so-called Keel--Tao endpoint case. Building on the content of the first two lectures, in Lecture 3, I will discuss the situation regarding inhomogeneous Strichartz estimates. |

Tuesday 13th December 2022, 9:00–10:00 TST (GMT+8), online on Zoom Professor Neal Bez, Saitama University
Title:
An introduction to Strichartz estimates III
Abstract: The aim of these lectures is to give a
gentle introduction to Strichartz estimates, with an emphasis on
particular cases such as the linear Schr\"odinger and wave
equations. The associated dispersive estimates play a highly
important role in the theory of Strichartz estimates so I will begin
in Lecture 1 by proving the required dispersive estimates. Next, in Lecture 2, I will prove the homogeneous Strichartz estimates in all admissible cases, including the so-called Keel--Tao endpoint case. Building on the content of the first two lectures, in Lecture 3, I will discuss the situation regarding inhomogeneous Strichartz estimates. |

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