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SRMC Cooperation Base — China Three Gorges University Seminars — Groups, graphs, and characters (June 24th)

报告题目: Groups, graphs, and characters

报告专家Prof. Mark Lewis, Kent State University

报告时间2022年6月24日(周五)  上午9:00 

会议链接

Zoom Meeting:https://txstate.zoom.us/j/92851037838?pwd=bVhyVUlwdy96OGpqQmN3TzBsUXlMQT09

Meeting ID: 928 5103 7838   Passcode: 195170

专家简介

Mark Lewis早年师从Martin Isaacs,1995年毕业于威斯康辛大学。Lewis现任Kent州立大学终身正教授,在顶级SCI刊物上发表论文160余篇。

Lewis为国际知名的群表示论专家,对特征标的算术性质以及特征标的素图进行了深入的研究。Lewis近年来担任Comm. Algebra以及JAA的编委。

报告摘要

In this talk, we give describe several graphs that can be attached to groups.  We describe a tour of several research problems involving these graphs.  We introduce background about characters.  We close by outlining a number of research problems involving characters.

主办单位 

中俄数学中心/三峡数学研究中心/三峡大学理学院

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报告题目Non-autonomous double phase problems with unbalanced growth

报告专家Vicentiu Radulescu

报告时间2022.6.15(周三)Beijing Time: 8 PM;Romania Time: 3 PM 

会议链接腾讯会议(ID:687-596-959)

专家简介:

Vicentiu Radulescu is a professor at the University of Craiova (Romania) and at the AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland. He is also a Professorial Fellow at the Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy in Bucharest. He received both his PhD and his Habilitation at the Sorbonne University in Paris under the coordination of Professor Haim Brezis. Vicentiu Radulescu 's main research areas lie at the interplay between nonlinear analysis, mathematical physics, and variational calculus. He is especially interested in the qualitative analysis of various degenerate or singular phenomena described by nonlinear partial differential equations. Professor Radulescu is a Highly Cited Researcher (2014, 2019, 2020, 2021) and he published more than 400 papers and 10 books. He is the editor of several important journals and he is the co-editor-in chief and the founder of the journal Advances in Nonlinear Analysis.