This workshop is a two day meeting of the LMS Harmonic Analysis and PDEs network, funded in part by an LMS Scheme 3 Grant and the Birmingham Mathematical Institute, and will take place at the University of Birmingham. All interested persons are welcome to attend.
There will be two talks in the afternoon of Thursday 25th November and two talks in the morning of Friday 26th November. There will also be a informal dinner in the city on the Thursday evening.
The University of Birmingham is most easily reached via its own train station which is a short ride from Birmingham's main New Street station. Full campus maps and directions to the university can be found here. The School of Mathematics is based in the Watson Building (R15 on the campus map) and we will meet in the common room there (room 221, second floor) from 13:00
on Thursday, prior to going to the first talk. Talks on Thursday will be held in LRB on the first floor of the Watson building, whilst talks on Friday will be held in lecture room G13, located towards the back of the Nuffield building (R9 on the campus map).
Jose Carrillo (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Keller-Segel, Fast-Diffusion and Functional Inequalities (abstract)
Javier Duoandikoetxea (Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea)
Extrapolation of weights and sharp norm estimates
Sebastian Herr (Universität Bonn)
L2 convolution inequalities and the Zakharov system with rough initial data
Neil Lyall (University of Georgia)
Simultaneous Polynomial Recurrence (abstract)
Thursday 25th November 2010
Talks held in Watson LRB
From 13:00 Meet in common room (221, second floor, Watson Building)
14:00 Neil Lyall
15:00 Tea and Coffee
16:00 Javier Duoandikoetxea
Friday 26th November 2010
Talks held in Nuffield G13
10:00 Sebastian Herr
11:00 Tea and Coffee
11:30 Jose Carrillo
Participants are invited to make their own accommodation arrangements.
Here are links to some B&Bs and hotels in the vicinity of the University:
Renwick House Guesthouse
(Tel: +44 (0) 121 472 4640)
Further information is available from Jonathan Bennett.