10 feb 2020 - 12 feb 2020 [open in google calendar]
Centro di Ricerca Matematica E. De Giorgi, Pisa
Aim of this conference is to gather together various experts in two different areas of the theory of Partial Differential Equations. The first one is constituted by subelliptic equations, which can be seen as degenerate PDEs, whose special geometry still guarantees existence and regularity theorems. The second field concerns dispersive equations, where the main objectives are global existence, blow-up and asymptotic behavior of solutions to evolution equations.
Many results in the literature have shown a profound interaction between subelliptic equations, harmonic analysis and dispersive equations. We expect that the knowledge of the most recent results in the aforementioned research fields will promote interactions and scientific exchanges among all participants.
The workshop is partially supported by the Progetto PRA 2018 49 "Analisi Geometrica ed Equazioni alle Derivate Parziali in ambiti singolari e non Euclidei" of the University of Pisa and the International Society for Analysis its Applications and Computation (ISAAC).
Organizers: Luigi Ambrosio, Ferruccio Colombini, Vladimir Georgiev, Valentino Magnani, Tokio Matsuyama.
Speakers: Davide Barilari, Giovanna Citti, Andrew Comech, Daniele Del Santo, Serena Federico, Bruno Franchi, Kazumasa Fujiwara, Nicola Garofalo, Ermanno Lanconelli, Andrea Malchiodi, Tokio Matsuyama, Alessandro Palmieri, Alberto Parmeggiani, Andrea Pinamonti, Fulvio Ricci, Michael Ruzhansky, Francesco Serra Cassano, Koichi Taniguchi, Giulio Tralli, Eugenio Vecchi, Baoxiang Wang, Nurgissa Yessirkegenov.