UQ Analysis Seminars

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Analysis Seminars

This page contains details of upcoming seminars in Analysis in the Department of Mathematics, at the University of Queensland.

Analysis seminars are currently held on selected Wednesdays at 2pm in room 67-641. Notices of the next talk can be found on the notice boards by the lifts in the Priestly building, and in text form via the links below.

The Analysis Seminars are organised by the Analysis Seminar Coordinator, Min-Chun Hong.


Upcoming and recent Seminars  [top]

Analysis seminars will be held on the dates (usually in room 67-641 or 67-442).

Date and Time




2:00-3:00pm.  Wednesday, 25 August 2010

 (Room 442)

Professor    Zhouping Xin

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Multi-Dimensional Compressible Navier-Stokes Systems

11:00-12:00am.  Wednesday, 25 August 2010

 (Room 442)

Professor Michael Struwe  

ETH-Zurich, Switzerland

Global smooth solutions to a 'supercritical' two-   dimensional wave equation

11.00am, Tuesday 18 August 2009

Prof. Mariano Giaquinta


SNS-Pisa, Italy

Relaxed energies and Cartesian currents in the Calculus of Variations

2-3 pm Tuesday 14 July 2009

Venue:  Room 67-442

Professor Jingyi Chen University of British Columbia, Canada

Curvature flow for Lagangian graphs

11:10-12:10 am Tuesday 14 July 2009

Venue:  Room 67-442



Professor Nassif Ghoussoub 

University of British Columbia, Canada

On the best constant in the Moser-Onofri-Aubin inequality on $S^2$.

10-11 am Tuesday 14 July 2009

Venue:  Room 67-442

Professor Gang Tian,

Princeton University, USA

Curvature flows in complex geometry

3-4 pm, 3 Sept 2008

Professor Li Ma, Tsinghua University, China

Finite time blow-up of Schrodinger equations

10-11 am, 28 Sept 2007

Professor Xujia Wang, ANU

On the reflector shape design

11.45-12.25 , 12 July 2007

A/Professor Jan Chabrowski, UQ

Schrodinger equation with multiparticle potential and critical nonlinearity

11.00-11.40, 12 July 2007

Professor Yu Zheng, East China Normal University, China

Some new result on ASD flow

9.45-10.25, 12 July 2007

Professor Daomin Cao - Chinese Academy of Sciences, China equation

Multiscale standing wave solutions for Schrodinger

9.00-9.40, 12 July 2007

Professor Min Ji, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Symmetry and topology

2:00 pm, 21 March 2007

Professor William P. Ziemer

The Gauss-Green theorem for weakly differentiable vector fields


11:00am, 22 Dec 2006

Professor Huai-Dong Cao, Lehigh University, USA

Ricci flow and geometrization of three-manifolds

2:00 pm, 15 Nov 2006

Professor Changyou Wang, University of Kentucky, USA

Finite time singularity of Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation

2:00 pm, 8 Nov 2006

Dr Nigel Wilkin-Smith, UQ

The Rotating Drop Mean Curvature Flow & its Applications


2:00 pm, 1 Nov 2006

Dr Nigel Wilkin-Smith, UQ

A Class of Stable Energy Minimisers for the Rotating Drop Problem

2:00 pm, 25 October 2006

A/Professor Jan Charowski, UQ

Critical Neumann problem involving the Hardy - Sobolev potential

2:00 pm, 18 October 2006

A/Professor Jan Charowski, UQ

On the Neumann problem with a critical Sobolev exponent


2:00 pm, 11 October 2006

Professor Yu Zheng, China

On the study of one geometric flow for the anti-self dual connection


2:00 pm, 15 September 2006

Professor Norm Dancer, Sydney

Many solutions of Some Nonlinear Elliptic Equations


2:00 pm, 25 July 2006

Professor Gerhard Huisken, Potsdam Germany

New development on mean curvature flow


11.00am, 12 July 2006

Prof. J Marek Izydorek, Poland

Multiple solutions of indefinite elliptic systems via the Conley index theory


10.00am, 7 July 2006

Dr James McCoy

A Bernstein property of affine maximal hypersurfaces






2:00pm, 13 December 2005

Prof. Qing Han Notre Dame USA

Local Isometric Embedding of Surfaces in 3-Spaces


10.00am, 8 December 2005

Dr James McCoy

Positive solutions for an elliptic system of equations with critical non linearities


Nov 2005

Prof. Doamin Cao , China



21 September 2005, 2:00 pm

Prof. John Urbas

Interior curvature bounds


31 August 2005, 2:00 pm

Prof. Alan McIntosh

The square root problem of Kato for elliptic operators, and related results on Hodge-Dirac operators






6 April 2005, 2:00 pm

Prof. Neil Trudinger

Hessian measures on Lie groups


30 March 2005, 2:00 pm

Prof. Yihong Du

Boundary blow-up solutions with interior layers and spikes






23 March 2005, 2:00 pm

Dr Joe Grotowski

2-dimensional Harmonic map heat flow vs. 4-dimensional Yang-Mills heat flow


9 March 2005, 2:00 pm

Prof. Warwick Tucker

Validated numerics and the art of dividing by zero.






20 November 2004, 2:00 pm

Prof. Kyril Tintarev

Singular semilinear elliptic problems






20 October 2004, 2:00 pm

Wei Dong

Symmetry for boundary blow up solutions of elliptic equations in a half space


13 October 2004, 2:00 pm

Prof. Indurain

Ordinal Representability in Banach Spaces






22 Septembr 2004, 2pm

A/Prof Bevan Thompson

On a nonlinear Sturm-Liouville Eigenvalue Problem


8 Septembr 2004, 2pm

A/Prof Jan Chabrowski

On nonlinear Neumann problem


1 September 2004, 2pm

Prof Ruyun Ma

Multi-Point Boundary Value Problems of Ordinary Differential Equations


25 August 2004, 2pm

A/Prof Jan Chabrowski

Nonlinear Schrodinger equation involving critical Sobolev exponent


18 August 2004, 2pm

Prof Michal Feckan

Chaotic Solutions of Linear BeamEquations with Nonlinear Boundary Value Conditions






3 June 2004, 2pm

Dr Joe Grotowski



3 June 2004, 3pm

Dr Tom ter Elst







27 October 2003

James McCoy

Curvature flows of hypersurfaces


27 October 2003

Shusen Yan

Elliptic Systems of FitzHugh-Nagumo Type


28 October 2003

Min-Chun Hong

Partial regularity of weak solutions of liquid crystal equilibrium systems


28 October 2003

Joan Hoffacker

An Introduction to Time Scale Calculus with Applications to Modelling the Spread of West-Nile






6-7 September 2003

QANZIAM meeting

QANZIAM website


8 September 2003

W. Wayne Read

Infiltration, Seepage and Contaminant Transport(Monday, 12 noon in 68-621)


10 September 2003

Pavel Drabek

Multiplicity results for the p-Laplacian near the first eigenvalue-the bifurcation approach


30 July 2003

Dr John Norbury (Mathematics Institute Oxford)

New solutions for perturbed Ginzburg-Landau equation


6 August 2003

Pr James Hill (University of Wollongong)

Some recent mathematical results for highly frictional granular materials










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