Partial Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics The DanishSwedish Analysis Seminar 1995 

Editor:
 Hörmander, Lars Melin, Anders 
Series title:  Progress in Nonlinear Differential Equations and Their Applications Ser. 
ISBN:  9781461268970 
Publication Date:  Mar 2013 
Publisher:  Birkhauser

Book Format:  Paperback 
List Price:  USD $149.00 
Book Description:

On March 1719 and May 1921,1995, analysis seminars were organized jointly at the universities of Copenhagen and Lund, under the heading "DanishSwedish Analysis Seminar". The main topic was partial differen tial equations and related problems of mathematical physics. The lectures given are presented in this volume, some as short abstracts and some as quite complete expositions or survey papers. They span over a large vari ety of topics. The most frequently occurring theme is the...
More DescriptionOn March 1719 and May 1921,1995, analysis seminars were organized jointly at the universities of Copenhagen and Lund, under the heading "DanishSwedish Analysis Seminar". The main topic was partial differen tial equations and related problems of mathematical physics. The lectures given are presented in this volume, some as short abstracts and some as quite complete expositions or survey papers. They span over a large vari ety of topics. The most frequently occurring theme is the use of microlocal analysis which is now important also in the study of nonlinear differential equations although it originated entirely within the linear theory. Perhaps it is less surprising that microlocal analysis has proved to be useful in the study of mathematical problems of classical quantum mechanics, for it re ceived a substantial input of ideas from that field. The scientific committee for the invitation of speakers consisted of Gerd Grubb in Copenhagen, Lars Hormander and Anders MeHn in Lund, and Jo hannes Sjostrand in Paris. Lars Hormander and Anders Melin have edited the proceedings. They were hosts of the seminar days in Lund while Gerd Grubb was the host in Copenhagen. Financial support was obtained from the mathematics departments in Copenhagen and Lund, CNRS in France, the Danish and Swedish Na tional Research Councils, Gustaf Sigurd Magnuson's foundation at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and the WennerGren foundation in Stockholm. We want to thank all these organisations for their support.