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2018 KAIST Physics Seminar

2018 KAIST Physics Seminar

2018 KAIST Physics Seminar

2018 KAIST Physics Seminar

2018 KAIST Physics Seminar

2018 KAIST Physics Seminar
  • Title : Conformality lost
  • Speaker : 이종완
  • Data : 2018-11-08 16:00:00
  • Host : KAIST
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2018 KAIST Physics Seminar

아주대학교 수학과 세미나

2018 아주대학교 수학과 colloquium

2018 연세대학교 수학과 콜로퀴움

2018 서울대학교 수리과학부 세미나

2018 서울대학교 수리과학부 세미나

In this talk, we discuss Hölder regularity of quasiminimizers and ω minimizers of functionals with non-standard growth. Compared with previous results, it covers more general minimizing functionals and need fewer assumptions. This talk is based on the joint work with Petteri Harjulehto and Peter Hästö.

2018 서울대학교 수리과학부 세미나

People have tried to construct probability theory for non-commutative elements (typically operators on Hilbert spaces). An interesting feature is that we encounter various notions of "independence". For each notion of independence, we can formulate central limit theorem, convolution of probability measures, Brownian motion, etc. This talk is an introduction to such a theory. If time allows I will mention a connection to random matrix theory.

2018 고려대학교 수학과 Colloquium

Successive ranks of a partition, which were introduced by Atkin, are the difference of the i-throw and the i-thcolumn in the Ferrersdiagram. Recently, in the study of singular overpartitions, Andrews revisited successive ranks and parity blocks. Motivated by his work, we investigate partitions with prescribed successive rank parity blocks. The main part of this talk is the generating function of partitions with exactly d successive ranks and m parity blocks. With this generating functions, we also present q-series identities including a truncated version of Euler's pentagonal number theorem. This talk is based on the joint work with Ae Ja Yee (Penn State).

한국고등과학원 세미나

I will explain the paper arXiv:1602.00901. Firstly, I will define uniform K-stability and uniform Ding stability for log Fano pairs and see those relationship. Secondly, I will show a simplification of those stability conditions. If we have any time left, I will introduce applications.

한국고등과학원 세미나

I will explain the paper arXiv:1602.00901. Firstly, I will define uniform K-stability and uniform Ding stability for log Fano pairs and see those relationship. Secondly, I will show a simplification of those stability conditions. If we have any time left, I will introduce applications.

한국고등과학원 세미나

I will explain the paper arXiv:1602.00901. Firstly, I will define uniform K-stability and uniform Ding stability for log Fano pairs and see those relationship. Secondly, I will show a simplification of those stability conditions. If we have any time left, I will introduce applications.

한국고등과학원 세미나

I will explain the paper arXiv:1602.00901. Firstly, I will define uniform K-stability and uniform Ding stability for log Fano pairs and see those relationship. Secondly, I will show a simplification of those stability conditions. If we have any time left, I will introduce applications.

한국고등과학원 세미나

A reaction network is a graphical configuration that describes an interaction between species (molecules). If the abundances of the network system is small, then the randomness inherent in the molecular interactions is important to the system dynamics, and the abundances are modeled stochastically as a jump by jump fashion continuous-time Markov chain. One of challenging issues facing researchers who study biological systems is the often extraordinarily complicated structure of their interaction networks. Thus, how to characterize network structures that induce characteristic behaviors of the system dynamics is one of the major open questions in this literature. In this talk, I will provide an analytic approach to find a class of reaction networks whose associated Markov process has a stationary distribution. Moreover I will talk about the convergence rate for the process to its stationary distribution with the mixing time.

한국고등과학원 세미나

I will begin by giving a brief introduction to integral points on an algebraic variety defined over a number field and paying attention to a finiteness result about integral points on the algebraic torus. Then I will discuss how this property fits in well with some prior known results and how it may lead to a general conjecture. (This is joint work with P. Habegger.)