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AJS - Analysis Junior Seminars 2022-2023

AJS is a series of weekly seminars where one can present a part of their research work which they would like to share. Any topic related to mathematical analysis, either pure or applied, is welcome.

The spirit of the talks is to let young researchers know fields different from their own, stimulating interactions. We want to stress that the seminars can be based both on technical or more divulgative aspects of your studies, with the decision being left to the speaker.

This year AJS is organized by Irene Anello, Ariel Surya Boiardi, Simone Carano, Davide Manini, Pierfrancesco Siena, Daniele Tiberio.

To propose a seminar, just get i touch with the organizers; the talk should take about 40-50 minutes.

Unless otherwise stated, all seminars will be held on Friday at 14:00 in room A-133 in hybrid mode. Each week we will send a reminder and link to join online.

We want to remark that everyone is welcome, even if it is not your field! You can have a look at what is done inside SISSA and outside and get curious :)

Below you can find a list of past and future talks. Recordings of past seminars are available in the dedicated playlist on the SISSA SIAM Student Chapter youtube channel.

mathLab seminars

Recurrent Zoom link of the seminars:

Date Speaker Room Seminar
November 9, time 15.00 Stefano Zampini (KAUST) A-133 Device Accelerated Solvers with PETSc. Current Status, Future Perspectives and Applications
November 16, time 15.00 Robert Nurnberg (Università di Trento) A-131 A generalized DeTurck trick for anisotropic curve shortening flow
November 23, time 14.00 Lorenzo Mascotto (Università di Milano Bicocca) A-139 Enriching Galerkin methods
December 7, time 14.00 Andreas Dedner (University of Warwick) A-137 A General Approach for Implementing Virtual Element Schemes
January 24, time 14.00 Zhaonan Dong (INRIA) A-133 and online A posteriori error analysis for discontinuous Galerkin methods on polygonal and polyhedral meshes
January 25, time 16.00 Arran Fernandez (Eastern Mediterranean University) online Fractional differential equations: initialisation, singularity, and dimensions


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