Conference Schedule

Here is the schedule of  tutorial lectures, last updated 5/11/2014.

All lectures will take place in White Hall Classroom Building, Room 234

The White Hall Classroom Building is located next to Patterson Office Tower, the home of the Department of Mathematics. See UK's Campus Map for locations.

Thursday, May 15

9:00 AM Coffee and Welcome
10:00 AM Paolo Santini, Integrable Systems and Soliton Equations in 2+1 Dimensions, I
   

 

1:30 PM Ken McLaughlin, Orthogonal Polynomials and Random Matrix Theory, I
2:30 PM Kari Astala, Introduction to the Function Theory and Analysis of d-Bar Problems and other Elliptic Equations , I
3:30 PM Peter Miller, Introduction to Semiclassical Asymptotic Analysis, I

  

Friday, May 16

9:00 AM Paolo Santini, Integrable Systems and Soliton Equations in 2+1 Dimensions, II
10:00 AM Peter Perry, A Functional Analyst Looks at Inverse Scattering, I
11:00 AM J.-C. Saut, PDE Methods Versus Completely Integrable Methods for Dispersive Nonlinear Waves, I

 

2:00 PM Ken McLaughlin, Orthogonal Polynomials and Random Matrix Theory, II
3:00 PM Kari Astala, Introduction to the Function Theory and Analysis of d-Bar Problems and other Elliptic Equations , II
4:00 PM Peter Miller, Introduction to Semiclassical Asymptotic Analysis, II

 

Saturday, May 17

9:00 AM Andreas Stahel, Introduction to Numerical Methods for d-Bar Problems, I
10:00 AM James Colliander, Dispersive Methods in Partial Differential Equations, I
11:00 AM J.-C. Saut, PDE Methods Versus Completely Integrable Methods for Dispersive Nonlinear Waves, II

 

1:30 PM Andreas Stahel, Introduction to Numerical Methods for d-Bar Problems, II
2:30 PM James Colliander, Dispersive Methods in Partial Differential Equations, II
3:30 PM Peter Perry, A Functional Analyst looks at Inverse Scattering, II
4:30 PM Open Problems Discussion
 

 

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