A series of lectures оn degenerate differential equations

A series of lectures оn degenerate differential equations

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23 - 30 Apr 2019
Location
Moscow Russia, 3, Ordzhonikidze st., аud. 495a, 398
About the event

​​​​​​​23-30 April, 2019 the S.M. Nikol’skii Mathematical Institute  will organize a series of lectures by Professor Angelo Favini (University of Bologna, QS-51-100).

Professor  Favini is the author of about 200 publications, mainly devoted to interpolation theory, differential equations in Banach spaces and their applications to partial differential equations, control of differential equations, ill-posed problems. In particular, he focuses on degenerate differential equations. 

The scientific interests of  Professor  Favini include the following areas: abstract differential equations, mainly singular or degenerate; nonlinear abstract differential equations, with applications to partial differential equations; control and optimal control theory of possibly degenerate differential equations; identification problems for abstract differential systems and applications; analytic semigroups in various function spaces generated by degenerate elliptic operators; nonstandard boundary value problems.

The schedule of the lectures is following:

  1. «Degenerate рroblеms with fractional derivatives», April, 25, 16:30-18:00, room 495a.
  2. «Perturbation methods for inverse рroblеms оn degenerate differential equations», April, 25, 18:00 - 19:30, room 495a.
  3. «Fractional Cauchy Problems for degenerate differential equations», April, 29, 16:30-18:00, room 398.
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