School of Mathematics OSP Research Reports
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OSP research reports by faculty and researchers in the School of Mathematics2020-12-01T15:36:23ZFinal report on DMS-0902259 participation at the CRM-Barcelona
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Final report on DMS-0902259 participation at the CRM-Barcelona
Lacey, Michael
This is a final report for the grant DMS-0902259 which supported US-based participants in a program of activity at the Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM) in Barcelona, Spain. The CRM holds semester long programs of emphasis, with the program for
this grant being “Harmonic Analysis, Geometric Measure Theory and Quasiconformal Mappings,” held during February-July, 2009. Core events in this program included Advanced Courses, and International Conferences, which brought together leaders
in the different fields.
Issued as final report
2009-04-01T00:00:00ZLacey, MichaelThis is a final report for the grant DMS-0902259 which supported US-based participants in a program of activity at the Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM) in Barcelona, Spain. The CRM holds semester long programs of emphasis, with the program for
this grant being “Harmonic Analysis, Geometric Measure Theory and Quasiconformal Mappings,” held during February-July, 2009. Core events in this program included Advanced Courses, and International Conferences, which brought together leaders
in the different fields.Extremal problems in combinatorics and their applications
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Extremal problems in combinatorics and their applications
Tetali, Prasad
The goals of this project were to study several fundamental problems in extremal combinatorics, many of them motivated by
problems in theoretical computer science.
Issued as final report
2013-06-01T00:00:00ZTetali, PrasadThe goals of this project were to study several fundamental problems in extremal combinatorics, many of them motivated by
problems in theoretical computer science.Mathematical aspects of aperiodic solids
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Mathematical aspects of aperiodic solids
Bellissard, Jean
The ultimate goal of the program is to develop a mathematical theory liable to describe the physical properties of all
aperiodic solids and perhaps liquids as well. Are involved the electronic properties, the electronic transport, the
diffraction and propagation of various waves degrees of freedom (phonons, spinon), the description of the structure of
the solid, of the atomic movement, the passage from a microscopic to a macroscopic description of mechanical
properties (elasticity, plasticity, fractures, viscosity for liquids).
Issued as final report
2013-09-01T00:00:00ZBellissard, JeanThe ultimate goal of the program is to develop a mathematical theory liable to describe the physical properties of all
aperiodic solids and perhaps liquids as well. Are involved the electronic properties, the electronic transport, the
diffraction and propagation of various waves degrees of freedom (phonons, spinon), the description of the structure of
the solid, of the atomic movement, the passage from a microscopic to a macroscopic description of mechanical
properties (elasticity, plasticity, fractures, viscosity for liquids).Variational problems and dynamics
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Variational problems and dynamics
Loss, Michael
The work performed under this grant can be divided into three areas, kinetic theory, random Schrödinger operators and sharp functional inequalities. The scientific objective of the grant was three-fold. One goal was to finish a program concerning approach to equilibrium for a model of colliding hard spheres. The second goal was to push ahead on the problem of proving localization for the random displacement model - a problem that has been open for 20 years. The third part consisted in establishing some classical Sobolev type inequalities for fractional derivatives.
Issued as final report
2013-05-01T00:00:00ZLoss, MichaelThe work performed under this grant can be divided into three areas, kinetic theory, random Schrödinger operators and sharp functional inequalities. The scientific objective of the grant was three-fold. One goal was to finish a program concerning approach to equilibrium for a model of colliding hard spheres. The second goal was to push ahead on the problem of proving localization for the random displacement model - a problem that has been open for 20 years. The third part consisted in establishing some classical Sobolev type inequalities for fractional derivatives.