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 Prairie Analysis Seminar 2005



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Location and Dates:

Department of Mathematics
Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas
October 14-15, 2005

Principal Lecturer:

Carlos Kenig

University of Chicago

Title: Quantitative unique continuation theorems for dispersive equations

  Notes of the lectures
These notes will appear in a proceedings in memory of L. Amerio.

Invited Speakers:

James Colliander

University of Toronto

Title:  On blowup solutions of the nonlinear  Schroedinger equation with low regularity initial data

 Notes of the lecture

Alexandru Ionescu

University of Wisconsin

Title: Low regularity solutions of the Benjamin-Ono and the KP-I equations

  Notes  of the lecture

Contributed Talks:

There will be time allocated for short contributed talks by participants. Priority will be given to graduate students and those in early stages of their carriers. Participants interested in given a contributed talk and/or receiving financial support should visit the registration page.


Estela A. Gavosto, KU
Marianne Korten, KSU
Charles Moore, KSU
Rodolfo H. Torres, KU

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This conference is supported in part
by the National Science Foundation (NSF), by a grant from the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) as a MSRI-Network Conference, and by the KSU Mathematics Department through the Isidore and Hilda Dressler Endowment for the Enrichment of Mathematics. 

The Prairie Analysis Seminar is a joint project of the Department of Mathematics of  Kansas State University  and the Department of Mathematics of the University of Kansas.


The picture of the Kansas Prairie is a courtesy of the Kansas Geological Survey.