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Prof. Allesandra Cipriani (TU Delft)

Abstract: Random interfaces arise naturally as separating surfaces between two different thermodynamic phases or states of matter. Among the many mathematical models, one can consider Gaussian interfaces. In this talk, we will model random surfaces using the discrete Gaussian free field (DGFF), the membrane model (MM), and the $\nabla+\Delta$-model, which represents a mixture between the DGFF and MM. We will present their similarities and differences, and in addition we will discuss their connections to the theory of partial differential equations and numerical analysis. Later we will focus on their scaling limits and their extremal behavior on different geometries.  

If you wish to attend one (or more) of the talks please send to request for the zoom link to anapde_mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de (please replace  _ by @ ). Please include in your mail your full name, status (teacher, professor, student,...) and institution.

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Wann?

30. Juni 2021, 17:15-19:00

Wo?

Zoom

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FB Mathematik, AG Numerik und wissenschaftliches Rechnen

 

30
Juni
2021
17:15-19:00

Tags

Mathematisches Kolloquium, Mathematik, Numerik