UCLA Analysis Seminar 
Winter 2003
Previous quarters: Fall 1999, Winter 2000, Spring 2000, Fall 2000, Winter 2001, Spring 2001, Fall 2001, Fall 2002

Time: Fridays, 3.00pm, Location: MS 6221
Some of the speakers may arrange to speak at different times/locations. See the UCLA Math Department's weekly seminar
list for official announcements. 
Fri Jan 10 Juha Heinonen, MSRI, "The quasiconformal Jacobian problem and bi-Lipschitz parameterizations of the plane"
Jan 13-17 IPAM short program: Multiscale geometric analysis
Fri Jan 17 Stanislav Kupin, Brown University, "Spectral properties of Jacobi matrices and sum rules of special form"
Fri Jan 24 Patrick Guidotti, UC Irvine, "(Numerical) Approximation of Generalized Functions and Applications"
Jan 27-Feb 14 Caltech Lecture series: Lectures on Orthogonal Polynomials
Fri Jan 31 Matthias Hieber, TU Darmstadt, "L^p - L^q estimates for parabolic evolution equations"
Feb 3-7 IPAM short program: Emerging Applications of the Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation
Fri Feb 7 Joachim Krieger, Princeton University, "Global regularity of wave maps in 2 and 3 dimensions"
Fri Feb 14 Stefan Seigmund, UC Berkeley, "Introduction to nonautonomous inertial manifolds"
Fri Feb 21 Eun Heui Kim, Cal State University, Long Beach, "Free boundary problems arising in multidimensional conservation laws"
Fri Feb 28 Yuval Peres, UC Berkeley, "Cantor sets, projections, and lacunary sequences"
Tue Mar 4 Special Colloquium: Jean Bourgain, IAS, "A journey in the world of differential equations". (3pm, MS 5138).
Thu Mar 6 Colloquium: Igor Rodnianski, Princeton University, "The Cauchy problem for the Einstein vacuum equations".  (4pm, MS 6627).
Fri Mar 7  3pm: Kyril Tintarev, U. Uppsala, "A functional analytic version of concentration compactness"
4pm: Alexander Volberg, Michigan State University, "The analog of Vitushkin's conjecture in R^n"
Wed Mar 12 Frederic Klopp, U. Paris XIII, "The spectral theory of adiabatic quasi-periodic operators" (2pm MS 6221)
Fri Mar 14 Jared Wunsch, Northwestern University, "The Schrodinger equation and the sojourn relation"
Tue Mar 18 Special Colloquium: Sergiu Klainerman, Princeton University, "The Causal structure of rough Einstein metrics" (4pm, MS 6627)

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