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)January 9. Special Applied Math Seminar.
Speaker: Ricardo Alonso,
Department of Mathematics, PUC-Rio
Title: TBA
Abstract: TBA
January 18 (Wednesday). Special Joint Applied Math and Stochastics Seminar.
Note
Time, Wednesday 4pm and Place JWB 335.
Speaker: Yu Gu,
Department of Mathematics, Stanford University
Title: Fluctuations in stochastic homogenization -- when is the formal two-scale
expansion valid?
Abstract: To analyze multiscale PDEs and investigate their asymptotic behaviors, a
formal expansion is usually used to construct correctors and help proving the
convergence. It is nevertheless a priori unclear whether those terms appearing in
the expansion indeed represent the first and higher order errors. In other words,
the expansion sometimes stays only on the formal level.
In this talk, we will discuss the classical problem of stochastic homogenization of
elliptic operators in divergence form, and identity the first and higher order
random fluctuations. It turns out that the formal expansion may or may not indicate
the right answer depending on the scales on which we make the measurement.
Part of
the talk is based on joint work with J.-C. Mourrat.
January 30. Special Applied Math Seminar.
Speaker: Michele Coti Zelati,
Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland College Park
Title: TBA
Abstract: TBA
February 13
Speaker: Vladimir Druskin,
Schlumberger Doll Research
Title: TBA
Abstract: TBA
March 20
Speaker: Saverio Spagnolie,
Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Title: TBA
Abstract: TBA
May 15
Speaker: Dmitriy Leykekhman,
Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut
Title: TBA
Abstract: TBA
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