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--- Summary ---
* Events: Intensive Period on "Variational Methods for Plasticity and Dislocations"
* Seminars by: Yang
* New papers by: Hencl, Colombo, Mingione, Mondino, Conti, Silva, Xu, Quincampoix, Iurlano, Focardi, Spadaro, Pratelli, Mészáros, Jimenez, Cavalletti* Modified papers by: Carlotto, Massaccesi, Ambrosio, Marcellini, Mondino, Mascolo, Mariano, Marchese, Ruffini, Nardulli, Spadaro, Verde, Focardi, Spadaro, Leone, Fusco, De Lellis, Laurain, Schmidt, Gelli
--- Events ---
Intensive Period on "Variational Methods for Plasticity and Dislocations"
Monday 23 feb 2015 -- Friday 15 may 2015
SISSA, Trieste, Italy
An intensive period on "Variational Methods for Plasticity and Dislocations" will take place at SISSA, Trieste.
The activities will be organized around one-week minicourses, with daily lectures.

The invited lecturers are:

Amit Acharya (Carnegie Mellon University)

Roberto Alicandro (Università di Cassino)

Andrea Braides (Università di Roma Tor Vergata)

Marco Cicalese (Technische Universität München)

Sergio Conti (Universität Bonn)

Gilles Francfort (Université Paris-Nord)

Adriana Garroni (Sapienza - Università di Roma)

Alessandro Giacomini (Università di Brescia)

Cyril Imbert (Université Paris-Est, Créteil)

Giovanni Leoni (Carnegie Mellon University)

Jean-Jacques Marigo (École Polytechnique, Palaiseau)

Alexander Mielke (WIAS and Humboldt-Universität, Berlin)

Mark Peletier (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven) (to be confirmed)

Marcello Ponsiglione (Sapienza - Università di Roma)

Tomas Roubicek (Charles University)

Giuseppe Savaré (Università di Pavia)

Lucia Scardia (University of Bath)

Ulisse Stefanelli (Universität Wien)

Talks on related subjects will be given by the participants and by other visitors.
Funds will be available to support a limited number of early-career participants.

--- Seminars next week ---
* Tuesday 3 mar 2015

time: 16:00
Scuola Normale, Aula Mancini
The Q-prime curvature equation
Paul Yang 
Abstract. In CR geometry in 3D, the CR paneitz operator played an important role in the embedding problem as well as the
positive mass theorem. On the other hand, it does not define a useful curvature invariant. A closely related operator
which is called the P-prime operator, it defines the Q-prime curvature which is the integrand of the Burns-Epstein invariant. In this talk I present a result on prescribing the Q-prime curvature as well as an isoperimetric inequality associated with the Q-prime curavture integral.

--- New Papers ---
* Mészáros, Silva: A variational approach to second order mean field games with density constraints: the stationary case
* Cavalletti, Mondino: Sharp and rigid isoperimetric inequalities in metric-measure spaces with  lower Ricci curvature bounds
* Conti, Focardi, Iurlano: Which special functions of bounded deformation have bounded variation?
* Hencl, Pratelli: Diffeomorphic Approximation of $W^{1,1}$ Planar Sobolev Homeomorphisms
* Colombo, Mingione: Bounded minimisers of double phase variational integrals
* Jimenez, Quincampoix, Xu: Differential games with incomplete information on a continuum of initial positions and without Isaacs condition
* Focardi, Spadaro: An epiperimetric inequality for the thin obstacle problem
--- Modified Papers ---
* Ambrosio, Carlotto, Massaccesi: Lecture Notes on Partial Differential Equations
* Mondino, Nardulli: Existence of isoperimetric regions in non-compact Riemannian manifolds under Ricci or scalar curvature conditions
* Focardi, Mariano, Spadaro:  Multi-value microstructural descriptors for finer scale material  complexity: analysis of ground states
* Focardi, Fusco, Leone, Marcellini, Mascolo, Verde: Weak lower semicontinuity for polyconvex integrals in the limit case
* Focardi, Gelli, Spadaro: Monotonicity formulas for obstacle problems with Lipschitz coefficients
* Schmidt: Strict interior approximation of sets of finite perimeter and functions of bounded variation
* De Lellis, Focardi, Ruffini: A note on the Hausdorff dimension of the singular set for minimizers of the Mumford-Shah energy
* Laurain, Mondino: Concentration of small Willmore spheres  in Riemannian 3-manifolds
* Focardi, Marchese, Spadaro: Improved estimate of the singular set of Dir-minimizing Q-valued functions via an abstract regularity result
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