Ghent Methusalem Junior Seminar

The Ghent Methusalem Junior Analysis & PDE Seminar is run by PhD students and postdocs at the Ghent Analysis & PDE Center. It provides an opportunity for young researchers in various areas of analysis and PDEs to share their ideas and to learn new exciting things related to the topics of Analysis & PDEs as well as broader mathematical subjects.

The seminar currently takes place on ZOOM. If you would like to receive a zoom link or be added to the seminar mailing list, just send an email to any of the organisers. For any inquiries about the seminar, you can also Email Mrs Kim Verbeeck

Abstracts of talks

Seminars Spring 2021

Seminar Fall 2021

Seminar Spring 2022

 15 February 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Matthew Schrecker
(University of London, UK)
Self-similar gravitational collapse for the Euler-Poisson equations
 22 February 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Chenmin Sun
(CNRS & Université Paris-Est Crétei, France)
 Revisit the damped wave equation 
1 March 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Birgit Schörkhuber
(University of Innsbruck, Austria) 
 Non-trivial self-similar blowup for supercritical nonlinear wave equation
8 March 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Esther Bou Dagher
(Imperial College London, UK) 
Coercive Inequalities and U-Bounds
15 March 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Gian Maria Dall’Ara
(Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy)
Schrödinger operators and complex analysis
22 March 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Rajula Srivastava
(University of Wisconsin- Madison, US)
The Korányi Spherical Maximal Function on Heisenberg groups
5 April 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Cody Stockdale
(Clemson University, US)
A different approach to endpoint weak-type estimates for Calderón-Zygmund operators
12 April 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Federico Castillo
(Catholic University of Chile, Chile)
Lineup polytopes in physics
19 April 2022
2:00 pm (CET)
Bae Jun Park
(Sungkyunkwan University, Korea)
Multilinear rough singular integrals
26 April 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Lucas Mason-Brown
(University of Oxford, UK)
3 May 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Joshua Flynn
(University of Connecticut, US)
Some Sharp Uncertainty Principles and Related Geometric Inequalities
10 May 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
José Ramón Madrid Padilla
(University of California, Los Angeles, US)
On classical inequalities for autocorrelations and autoconvolutions
31 May 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Ricardo Grande Izuierdo
(University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, US)
Large Deviation Principle for the Cubic NLS Equation
14 June 2022
4:30 pm (CET)
Daniel Campos
(Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica)
 A magnetic Schrödinger inverse problem in a cylindrical setting


If you would like to give a talk, or to invite someone to give a talk, please contact:

Duvan Cardona (PhD student, Ghent University)
Serena Federico (Marie Curie Fellow, Ghent University)
Vishvesh Kumar (Postdoc, Ghent University)
David Rottensteiner (Postdoc, Ghent University)
Bolys Sabitbek (Postdoc, Queen Mary University of London)

For any inquiries about the seminar, you can also Email Mrs Kim Verbeeck

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