12 Jul 2019
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Seminar on PDE - A fractional curvature flow on Sn
We first recall some techniques of scalar curvature flow on Sn developed in my previous paper joint with Professor Xingwang Xu (Invent. Math. 2012). Next, we extend such a flow approach to prove a perturbation result of the fractional Nirenberg problem, i.e.
12 Jul 2019
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
PhD Student Seminar - Global Recovery of Low Rank Matrix Related Problems
Non-convex optimization is widely involved in many machine learning problems, and it usually implicates a two-stage algorithm: a refined initialization followed by a local gradient search.
11 Jul 2019
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
PHYS Seminar - Atomically Thin Magnetic Metal Halides and Chalcogenides Grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy
11 Jul 2019
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Seminar on Probability - Rigidity of eigenvalues for beta ensemble in multi-cut regime
I will first talk about the background and some well-known results of the beta ensemble. Then I will introduce the rigidity of eigenvalues for beta ensemble in multi-cut regime, i.e., the fact that each eigenvalue in the bulk is very close to its "classical location".
9 Jul 2019
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
PHYS Seminar - Tailor the Line-shapes of Coupled Photonic Systems and Topological Phase Transitions in Spin-orbit Photonics
9 Jul 2019
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
CHEM Seminar - From Genome to Organism: A Virus-World View
Speaker: Professor John YIN Institution: Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison Hosted by: Professor Haibin SU   Abstract:
8 Jul 2019
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
PHYS Seminar - Condensed Matter Physics in a (Nano-) Nutshell: Phase Transitions in Nanometer Sized Confinements on Surfaces [Updated]
5 Jul 2019
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Seminar on Applied Mathematics - A novel asymptotic-analysis-based homogenisation approach towards fast design of infill graded microstructures
Graded microstructural configurations (GMCs) have demonstrated their values in various engineering fields, and their production becomes increasingly feasible with the development of modern fabrication techniques, such as additive manufacturing.
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