Events and Invitations
Events
2019
14 May
Seminar on nonlinear problems of PDE and mathematical physics (chief prof. A. E. Shishkov)
Speaker: Doktor of phys.-math.sciences Korpusov M.O. (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
2019
7 May
Seminar on nonlinear problems of PDE and mathematical physics (chief prof. A.E. Shishkov)
We will prove the existence of the solitons of generalized Kawahara equation which converge to the solitons of generalized Korteweg-de Vries equation  in all Sobolev spaces.  We will prove the Linear and Nonlinear Liouville Property for generalized Kawahara equation with this family of Solitons. Sketch of the proof of the Orbital Stability of this family of solitons will be presented. 
2019
7 May
Scientific seminar on the differential and functional differential equation under the guidance of Professor A.L. Skubachevskii
Topic: Some direct and inverse problems of mechanics of nonpotential systems with an infinite number of degrees of freedom.
2019
30 Apr
Scientific seminar on the differential and functional differential equation under the guidance of prof. Sternin B. Yu. and prof. Savin A.Yu
Topic: On a Sobolev problem with a nonlocal boundary condition.
2019
29 Apr
Seminar on nonlinear problems of PDE and mathematical physics (chief prof. A. E. Shishkov)
Topic: Degenerate Differential Problems With Fractional Derivatives in Banach spaces.
2019
25 Apr
Seminar on mathematical modeling in biology and medicine under the guidance of prof. V. Volpert
Topic: Application of a model of cardiac muscle to the examination of the influence of the myocardium contractile and regulatory properties on the heart performance
2019
23 Apr
Postgraduate Mathematical Seminar
Topic: The application of Schauder's theorem to the problem of invariant subspaces of linear operators in a Banach space.
2019
23 Apr
Scientific seminar on the differential and functional differential equation under the guidance of prof. Sternin B. Yu. and prof. Savin A.Yu.
We start with defining a C*-algebra obtained as a closure of the set of infinite matrices such that each row and each column has at most a fixed number of nonzero elements.  Then we discuss its properties and consider how it embedds in the general picture of  Roe algebras of discrete metric spaces. Based on this example, we show, how to understand correctly Roe algebras for spaces without bounded geometry assumption.
2019
22 - 26 Apr
School for Master students "CHEMISTRY OF THE FUTURE - ТODAY"
The school is of great importance to all participants who does not only appreciate results from only their scientific research but desire the opportunity live and direct communication with teachers and scientists of RUDN and other organizations.
Direction: Education
Event format: Seminar