The Third Ohio River Analysis Meeting

University of Cincinnati | March 9-10, 2013 | Cincinnati, Ohio

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Schedule: All talks are in the Campus Recreation Center classrooms.
Invited Addresses are indicated in green.
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Saturday, March 9
8:30am   Coffee and Sign-in
Morning Session in Campus Rec. Center, room 3230
9:00am Ronald Jackson (Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Cincinnati)
9:10am Shuang Zhang (Dept. Head, Cincinnati)
9:20am Alexei Poltoratski (Texas A&M): Gelfand-Levitan theory for the Dirac equation
10:20am Steve Hofmann (Missouri): Recent progress on the theory of boundary value problems for divergence form elliptic equations
  Short Break Between Talks
11:30am Robert Hardt (Rice): Some homology and cohomology theories for a metric space
Break for Lunch
Parallel Session 1a in Campus Rec. Center, room 3230
2:00pm Alex Stokolos (Georgia Southern): On the rate of a.e. convergence of certain classic integral means
2:30pm Alexander Reznikov (Michigan State): One sided bump conditions and weak and strong two weight boundedness of Calderón-Zygmund operators
3:00pm Jarod Hart (Kansas): A multilinear local T(b) theorem for square functions
3:30pm Benjamin Jaye (Kent State): The fractional Riesz transform and an exponential potential
Parallel Session 1b in Campus Rec. Center, room 3220
2:00pm Marius Beceanu (IAS): Dispersive estimates for equations with time-dependent potentials
2:30pm William Green (Rose-Hulman): Exponential decay for dispersion managed solitons for general dispersion profiles
3:00pm Nathan Pennington (Kansas State): Local and global existence for the Lagrangian Averaged Navier-Stokes equations in Besov spaces
3:30pm Jay Hineman (Kentucky): Well-posedness of nematic liquid crystal flow in L uloc 3 (R3)
Short Break Between Sessions
Parallel Session 2a in Campus Rec. Center, room 3230
4:20pm Armin Schikorra (Planck Institute): Knot-energies and fractional harmonic maps
4:50pm Murat Akman (Kentucky): On the dimension of a certain measure in the plane
5:20pm David Freeman (UC Blue Ash): Bi-Lipschitz and quasihomogeneous parameterizations
Parallel Session 2b in Campus Rec. Center, room 3220
4:20pm Sookkyung Lim (Cincinnati): Fluid-mechanical interaction of flexible bacterial flagella by the immersed boundary method
4:50pm Surya Prasath (Missouri): Global dissipative solutions for generalized forward-backward diffusion equations
5:20pm Luis Acuña (Purdue): Trace asymptotics for Schrödinger operators
Conference Dinner, UC Faculty Club, 8th floor Richard E. Lindner Center.
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Sunday, March 10   [Attention: Daylight Savings Time begins on Sunday]
9:00am   Coffee and Refreshments
Morning Session in Campus Rec. Center, room 3230
9:20am Rodrigo Bañuelos (Purdue): Fourier multipliers arising from Lévy processes
10:20am Bing-Yu Zhang (Cincinnati): Nonhomogeneous boundary value problems of the nonlinear Schrödinger equation
  Short Break Between Talks
11:00am Tanya Christiansen (Missouri): Counting resonances for Schrödinger operators
Break for Lunch
Parallel Session 3a in Campus Rec. Center, room 3230
1:30pm Galyna Livshyts (Kent State): Maximal surface area of a convex set in Rn with respect to exponential rotation invariant measures
2:00pm Nguyen Lam (Wayne State): Sharp Moser-Trudinger inequality on the Heisenberg group at the critical case and applications
2:30pm Qing Liu (Pittsburgh): Horizontal mean curvature flow for axisymmetric surfaces in the Heisenberg group
3:00pm Thomas Bieske (South Florida): Generalizations of a Laplace-type equation in the Heisenberg group and class of Grushin-type spaces
Parallel Session 3b in Campus Rec. Center, room 3220
1:30pm Rishika Rupam (Texas A&M): Boundary behavior of meromorphic inner functions on the upper half plane
2:00pm Aaron Saxton (Kentucky): Exponential decay of the resolvent of a Schrödinger operator in the trace norm
2:30pm Dat Cao (Missouri): Existence and pointwise estimates of solutions to subcritical quasilinear elliptic equations
3:00pm Michael Music (Kentucky): Exceptional circles of radial potentials

The Ohio River Analysis Meeting is a joint project of the University of Cincinnati Department of Mathematical Sciences and the University of Kentucky Department of Mathematics.

It is made possible by additional generous support from the University of Cincinnati, the Charles Phelps Taft Research Center, and the National Science Foundation.