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Singular Stochastic Partial Differential Equations

Mathematics Colloquium

Singular Stochastic Partial Differential Equations
Series: Mathematics Colloquium
Location: MATH 501
Presenter: Nicolas Perkowski, Max Planck in Leipzig

In some areas of mathematical physics such as infinite-dimensional Langevin dynamics or dynamics near criticality one encounters so called “singular stochastic PDEs,” a class of equations that are ill posed due to resonances which may arise from the interplay of irregular noise and nonlinearities. Recent years saw a number of mathematical developments allowing us to solve and study such equations for the first time. In my talk I will motivate the appearance of some singular SPDEs, present the main ideas of our new solution theories, and discuss some recent developments in the field.

(Refreshments will be served in the Math Commons Room at 3:30 PM)