INEQUALITIES and PDEs
September 22 - 25, 2010
(Tuesday, September 21 is the day of arrival)
(Sunday, September 26 is the day of departure)
Our four-day seminar will be held in a small village, Male Ciche near
Zakopane, in the Polish Tatra Mountains. It will be dedicated to various topics
on Inequalities in Partial Differential Equations and probability theory.
The current seminar is the fifth in a series
focused on different areas of mathematics (Sobolev Inequalities (2005),
Maximum Principles (2006), Calculus of Variations (2007), Differential Inclusions (2008)).
Our meeting will have the style of
a traditional seminar since lectures will be given on two traditional
blackboards with chalk. Specialists from various fields, especially
young researchers and PhD students, are warmly welcome.
We plan approximately 16 one-hour lectures (which can be split into two
half-hour lectures): 4 lectures per day (2 before
lunch and 2 after dinner) and possible a poster session
(please contact: Jan Burczak email: jburczak(at)wp.pl or
Konrad Sakowski email: konrad(at)students.mimuw.edu.pl). The time slot
between breakfast and lunch will be
devoted to discussions.
Detailed information including accommodation, fee, methods
of payments can be found in the following
- for foreign participants:
- for Polish participants:
- students of Mathematics at UW (for those who apply for financial support)
Dealdline for application is June 25, 2010.
Agnieszka Kałamajska, email: kalamajs(at)mimuw.edu.pl
Katarzyna Pietruska-Pałuba , email: kpp(at)mimuw.edu.pl
Anna Ochal, email: ochal(at)ii.uj.edu.pl
Schedule of talks PDF file.
List of participants
- Jan Burczak (University of Warsaw)
Proof of Calderon-Zygmund theorem by means of stochastic calculus.
- Tomasz Choczewski (University of Warsaw)
Moving plane method and symmetry results in PDEs.
Based on the paper by Gidas, Ni and Nirenberg.
- Jerzy Czepiel (Jagiellonian University)
Solving adhesion problem with proximal bundle method.
- Bartek Dyda (Technical University of Wroclaw)
Differentiability of Lipschitz functions on metric spaces.
Based on the paper by J. Cheeger.
- Amiran Gogatishvili (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
Resent development in the theory of the weighted Hardy inequalities.
- Jan Goncerzewicz (Technical University of Wroclaw)
- Stanislav Hencl (Charles University, Prague)
Jacobians of Sobolev homeomorphisms.
- Piotr Kalita (Jagiellonian University)
Łojasiewicz inequality and convergence to equilibrium for the backward Euler scheme.
Based on the paper by B. Merlet and M. Pierre -
- Agnieszka Kałamajska (University of Warsaw)
- Przemysław Kamiński (Technical University of
On regularity in the theory of inelastic deformation.
- Mirek Krbec (Czech Academy of Science, Prague)
Title: Dimension-free Sobolev imbeddings.
- Andrew Lorent (University of Cincinnatti)
Rigidity of functions whose gradient is close to SO(n) and Liouville Theorems.
- Jan Maly (Charles University, Prague)
Real analysis in the theory of first order PDEs.
- Marcin Małogrosz (University of Warsaw)
Concentration of measure - on improving constants in Talagand's inequality.
Models of morphogen transport.
- Anna Ochal (Jagiellonian University)
Title: Hemivariational inequalities with
- Adam Osękowski (University of Warsaw)
Inequalities for martingale trasforms and their applications.
- Piotr Opioła (Jagiellonian University)
A numerical algorithm for flame simulation.
- Sebastian Owczarek (Technical University of
On existence results in poroplasticity.
- Jan Peszek (University of Warsaw)
- Lubos Pick (Charles University, Prague)
Optimal Gaussian Sobolev embeddings.
- Katarzyna Pietruska-Pałuba (University of Warsaw)
Diffusions and Besov spaces on fractals.
- Konrad Sakowski (University of Warsaw)
Numerical solution of one-dimensional stationary van Roosbroeck's system.
- Tomasz Tkocz (University of Warsaw)
Convolution and \tau-property for measures.
How fast does the Gaussian measure of a convex and symmetric set grow?
- Piotr Zgliczyński (Jagiellonian University)
Inequalites and topological methods in the dynamics of dissipative PDEs.
- Przemysław Zieliński (Instytute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Science)
The seminar is sponsored by EC FP6 Marie Curie program CODY/SPUB and Institute of Mathematics,
University of Warsaw.
Around Calculus of Variations 2007
Around Differential Inclusions 2008