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AMCS seminar| Measure-valued – strong uniqueness for general hyperbolic systems

Start Date: October 17, 2017
End Date: October 17, 2017

By Professor Piotr Gwiazda (Institute of Mathematics of Polish Academy of Sciences)
 
The talk will concern the problem of uniqueness of solutions to general hyperbolic systems. Strong solutions are unique, and as it has been observed for many systems, not only in the class of strong solutions, but also in a wider class of entropy weak or even entropy/dissipative measure-valued solutions. These properties are referred as weak-strong or measure-valued-strong uniqueness correspondingly. We will discuss dissipative measure-valued solutions to hyperbolic systems and we do not assume that a priori solutions satisfy any bounds, in particular, that a solution consists only of a classical Young measure. We do not exclude possibilties of concentration measures in all appearing nonlinear terms as well as in the entropy.
 
Biography: 1999 - PhD at University of Warsaw, Poland 1999-2002 – post-doc at Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany 2004 – post-doc at University of Brescia, Italy 2004-2005 – post-doc at ENS Paris, France 2006 – habilitation at University of Warsaw 2006-2007 – Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship at Heidelberg University, Germany 2012 – visiting professor at Heidelberg University, Germany 2014 – professorship title at University of Warsaw since 2007 - Asscociate Professor at University of Warsaw since 2015 – Full Professor at Institute of Mathematics of Polish Academy of Sciences.
 

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For more info contact: Prof. Athanasios Tzavaras: email: athanasios.tzavaras@kaust.edu.sa
 
Date: Tuesday 17th Oct 2017
Time:02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Location: Building 1,Level 3, Room 3422
Refreshments: Will be served at 2 pm