Conferences / Workshops

 

Geometric and Physical aspects of Trudinger-Moser type inequalities

27 June - 01 July 2016

2016 EWM-EMS Summer School

 

Schedule

 

Lecturers

Hajer Bahouri, Université Paris-Est Créteil Val-de-Marne
Sun-Yung Alice Chang, Princeton University
Gabriella Tarantello, Università di Roma Tor Vergata

 

Brief Description

Starting from the state of art, the school aims at promoting new directions in sharp limiting inequalities of Trudinger-Moser type and applications to problems arising from Geometry and Physics. Three internationally renowned experts will present three courses focusing on this topic, along with additional talks given by some of the participants and a poster session. These supplementary research activities are meant to complement the main courses and motivate further discussions among participants. The provisional titles of the main courses are the following
- Study of Sobolev embedding in Orlicz spaces and applications to nonlinear PDE by Hajer Bahouri
- Application of Moser-Trudinger inequalities in conformal geometry by Sun-Yung Alice Chang
- The role of singular Liouville systems in the study of non-abelian Chern-Simons vortices by Gabriella Tarantello
PhD-students, postdocs and other young researchers will have the opportunity to get up to date with new research advances or enter this fascinating field of research. The school will encourage the participation of women.

 

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2016 EWM-EMS Summer School

 

Practical Information

- Number of participants: 18
- Accommodation (from Sunday to Saturday) will be fully covered by Institut Mittag-Leffler, including breakfasts and lunches (from Monday to Friday) and the social dinner.
- Every effort should be made by participants to secure support for their travel and subsistence expenses. However, we have limited funds available for travel expenses.
- There is no registration fee.

 

How to apply

Application deadline is now closed.

 

Funding

The school is jointly organized by the EWM, EMS and Institut Mittag-Leffler, in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute, with additional funding from Milano University and Osaka City University. We are still in contact with other foundations and research institutions to raise extra funding.

Organizers
Marta Calanchi
University of Milan
Federica Sani
University of Milan
Futoshi Takahashi
Osaka City University
Cristina Tarsi
University of Milan

Program
Contact

Futoshi Takahashi

futoshi@sci.osaka-cu.ac.jp

Other
information

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