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Graduate Student Lunch Seminar October 08, 2015 (11:00 AM PDT - 01:00 PM PDT)
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Location: SLMath: Baker Board Room
Speaker(s) Xueying Yu (Oregon State University), Haitian Yue (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

You will come with math questions related to the program and the group (with possibly a little bit of help from me) will try to answer them.  This might involve us reading some papers together and group members presenting them, each taking turns. Or we might bring in one of the local experts to give some fundamentals and promising directions for future research.  You may also want to show the group what you are working on.
The point is, you all will provide the direction we will go, and I will try to facilitate discussion.

Please let me know if you have suggestions/preferences.  For instance, you might want to avoid going through lunch, which is fine by me. Start by sending me an email, indicating your willingness (or not) to participate and ideas you might have.

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We are fortunate to have Haitian and Xueying presenting results on the cubic NLS next Thursday, starting at 11am. See the message below.




Dear Prof. Bates.

We plan to introduce the almost sure LWP result for cubic NLS on the torus T^2, essentially based on Bourgain's paper(attached below). For the X^{s,b} part, we need also refer to the lecture #2 of Bourgain's lecture notes(attached below) and the section 2.6 of Tao's book: Nonlinear Dispersive Equations: Local and Global Analysis.


Since there are too many cases, maybe we will just sketch a outline of the whole proof, and cover a few simple cases.



Haitian Yue & Xueying Yu

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