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## Analysis Learning Seminar

- 2/22
*Analysis Learning Seminar*

Title: Asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds in General Relativity

Hyun Jang - 3/1
*Analysis Learning Seminar*

Title: State transfer in quantum spin chains

Maksym Derevyagin - 3/8
*Analysis Learning Seminar*

Title: State transfer in quantum spin chains

Maksym Derevyagin - 4/5
*Analysis Learning Seminar*

Title: TBA

Amy Peterson - 4/19
*Analysis Learning Seminar*

Title: TBA

David McArdle - 4/26
*Analysis Learning Seminar*

Title: TBA

Jungang Li - 5/3
*Analysis Learning Seminar*

Title: TBA

Gianmarco Molino

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Analysis Learning Seminar

Title: Asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds in General Relativity

Hyun Jang

Friday, February 22nd, 20193:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Storrs Campus

MONT 313

Abstract: The notion of asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds arises largely from two different contexts: as a compactifiable manifold by conformal deformation (like the PoincarÃ¨ ball), or as an initial data set in general relativity (like a hyperboloid in the Minkowski space). This talk will mainly focus on the latter case. Beginning with the Einstein Field Equations, I am going to introduce an initial data set, Einstein constraint equations, and how the concept of asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds arises naturally. From there, I will talk about the positive mass theorem for asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds, and relevant result of the joint work with Huang and Martin, which concerns about the rigidity property of the mass.

I will also briefly mention the context of conformally compactifiable manifolds and some interesting results.

I will also briefly mention the context of conformally compactifiable manifolds and some interesting results.

Contact Information: Murat Akman (murat.akman@uconn.edu) and Vyron Vellis (vyron.vellis@uconn.edu)
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Analysis Learning Seminar

Title: State transfer in quantum spin chains

Maksym Derevyagin

Friday, March 1st, 20193:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Storrs Campus

MONT 313

Abstract: We will consider some mathematical aspects of a quantum state transfer. In particular, we will review a few recent papers on the matter and discuss the role of orthogonal polynomials and Jacobi matrices in the theory of spin transfer.

Contact Information: Murat Akman (murat.akman@uconn.edu) and Vyron Vellis (vyron.vellis@uconn.edu)
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Analysis Learning Seminar

Title: State transfer in quantum spin chains

Maksym Derevyagin

Friday, March 8th, 20193:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Storrs Campus

MONT 313

Contact Information: Murat Akman (murat.akman@uconn.edu) and Vyron Vellis (vyron.vellis@uconn.edu)
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Analysis Learning Seminar

Title: TBA

Amy Peterson

Friday, April 5th, 20193:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Storrs Campus

MONT 414

Abstract: TBA

Contact Information: Murat Akman and Vyron Vellis
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Analysis Learning Seminar

Title: TBA

David McArdle

Friday, April 19th, 20193:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Storrs Campus

MONT 414

Abstract: TBA

Contact Information: Murat Akman and Vyron Vellis
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Analysis Learning Seminar

Title: TBA

Jungang Li

Friday, April 26th, 20193:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Storrs Campus

MONT 414

Abstract: TBA

Contact Information: Murat Akman and Vyron Vellis
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Analysis Learning Seminar

Title: TBA

Gianmarco Molino

Friday, May 3rd, 20193:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Storrs Campus

MONT 414

Abstract: TBA

Contact Information: Murat Akman and Vyron Vellis
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*Past talks in or after Spring 2019 are accessible through the UConn Events Calendar.*

List of talks prior to Spring 2019.

List of talks prior to Spring 2019.