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Colloquium. Academic Year 19-20

Thursdays 4:10 pm in 5211 Stevenson Center, unless otherwise noted.
Tea at 3:33 pm in 1425 Stevenson Center
Colloquium Chair (2019-2020): Akram Aldroubi



September 5, 2019 (Thursday), 4:10 pm

Talk Title TBA

Mihalis Kolountzakis, University of Crete
Location: Stevenson 5211

Tea at 3:33 pm in Stevenson 1425. (Host: Akram Aldroubi)

September 12, 2019 (Thursday), 4:10 pm

Talk Title TBA

Jacob Sterbenz, University of California at San Diego
Location: Stevenson 5211

Tea at 3:33 pm in SC 1425. (Contact Person: Alex Powell)

September 19, 2019 (Thursday), 4:10 pm

The Strong Cosmic Censorship Conjecture in General Relativity

Jonathan Luk, Stanford University
Location: Stevenson 5211

The Einstein equations in general relativity admit explicit black hole solutions which have the disturbing property that global uniqueness fails. As a way out, Penrose proposed the strong cosmic censorship conjecture, which says that this phenomenon of global non-uniqueness is non-generic. We will discuss this conjecture and some recent mathematical progress. This talk is based on joint works with Mihalis Dafermos, Sung-Jin Oh, Jan Sbierski and Yakov Shlapentokh-Rothman. Tea at 3:33 pm in Stevenson 1425. (Contact Person: Jared Speck)

September 26, 2019 (Thursday), 4:10 pm

Around Cantor Uniqueness Theorem

Alexander Olevskii, Tel Aviv University
Location: Stevenson 5211

After a short introduction to Riemann’s uniqueness theory I will discuss the following problem, going back to early 60-s: Can a (non-trivial) trigonometric series
\sum c(n) e^inx ,    c( n) = o(1),
have a subsequence of partial sums which converges to zero everywhere? Joint work with Gady Kozma. Tea at 3:33 pm in SC 1425. (Host: Akram Aldroubi)

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