3 Nov 2022
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Thursday, 3 November @ 1000 (AEDT) (Canberra/Melbourne)
Thursday, 3 November @ 0800 (JST) (Tokyo)
Thursday, 3 November @ 0700 (CST) (Beijing)
Thursday, 3 November @ 0430 (IST) (New Delhi)
Wednesday, 2 November @ 2300 (GMT) (London)
Wednesday, 2 November @ 1900 (EDT) (New York)
Wednesday, 2 November @ 1600 (PDT) (Los Angeles)
Presenter: Professor Andrew Hassell (Australian National University)
Professor Andrew Hassell from the Mathematical Sciences Institute at the Australian National University is a 2022 ARC Laureate Fellow, and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science. Andrew’s research interests are in spectral and scattering theory, partial differential equations, microlocal analysis and semiclassical analysis.
Biography: Australian National University
Topic: Mathematical Breakthroughs in Wave Propagation
Abstract: I will talk on aspects of my successful 2022 Laureate Fellowship application with the same title.
I will concentrate on one part of the proposal, concerning the nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NLS). Recently, new powerful techniques have been developed for solving nonlinear wave equations, and I will explain why I believe these can lead to breakthroughs in the study of NLS and other nonlinear wave equations.
Structure: 45 minutes seminar with 15 minutes question time
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