Encontros Abertos do CMAFcIO

Este encontro científico visa dar a conhecer o trabalho dos membros do Centro de Matemática, Aplicações Fundamentais e Investigação Operacional (CMAFcIO), bem como o de colegas de áreas afins pertencentes a outras Unidades de Investigação e promover, na medida do possível, a interação entre os seus participantes.

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Optimal design problems

Speaker: Elvira Zappale (Università Degli Studi di Salerno).

I will present several integral representation results for certain functionals arising in the context of optimal design and damage models, in presence of a perimeter penalization term. I will consider several frameworks, and I will also discuss the case with non-standard growth conditions.

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Noncommutative Weil conjectures

Speaker: Gonçalo Tabuada (FCTUNL).

Abstract: The Weil conjectures (proved by Deligne in the 70's) played a key role in the development of modern algebraic geometry. In this talk, making use of some recent topological "technology", I will extended the Weil conjectures from the realm of algebraic geometry to the broad noncommutative setting of differential graded categories. Moreover, I will prove the noncommutative Weil conjectures in some interesting cases.

Sharp lower bounds for Neumann eigenvalues

Speaker: Barbara Brandolini (Università Degli Studi di Napoli Federico II).

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The Lisbon Webinar in Analysis in Differential Equations is a joint iniciative of CAMGSD, CMAFcIO and GFM, three research centers of the University of Lisbon. It is aimed at filling the absence of face-to-face seminars and wishes to be a meeting point of mathematicians working in the field.

Ground states of the Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation on Graphs: an overview

Speaker: Riccardo Adami (Politecnico di Torino).

Driven by physical and technological applications, during the last five years the study of nonlinear evolution on branched structures (graphs, networks) has undergone a fast development. We review on the main achievements and on the open problems. This is a joint project with several people, among which Simone Dovetta, Enrico Serra, Lorenzo Tentarelli, and Paolo Tilli.