Date dei seminari:

Giovedì 14 settembre ore 16 aula 3

Giovedì 21 settembre ore 16 aula 3

Giovedì 28 settembre ore 16 aula 3

Giovedì 5 ottobre ore 16 aula 3

Abstract primo seminario

In the first seminar we will present the concepts of pre-Lie algebra, dendriform algebra, (quasitriangular) infinitesimal bialgebra, Rota-Baxter operator, and various relations between these concepts. For instance, we will show how to obtain a pre-Lie algebra from an infinitesimal bialgebra and a dendriform algebra from a quasitriangular infinitesimal bialgebra.

Abstract secondo seminario:

In the second seminar we will recall the definition of Rota-Baxter operators (introduced in the first seminar) and present some of their properties, some examples and structure theorems.

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Prof. Michael Herty (RWTH Aachen University)

Abstract: We present recent work on interacting multi-agent optimization problems using meanfield limits. In particular, we are interested in the case of game aspects of possibly infinitely many players.A strategy for an efficient computation of the optimum is presented as well as meanfield limits. Theoretical and numerical examples are given.

Prof. Michael Herty (RWTH Aachen University)

Abstract: We present recent work on interacting multi-agent optimization problems using meanfield limits. In particular, we are interested in the case of game aspects of possibly infinitely many players.A strategy for an efficient computation of the optimum is presented as well as meanfield limits. Theoretical and numerical examples are given.

In this talk I will show how the number of minimal models of an n-dimensional manifold can be bounded in term of its volume for any n. Moreover, I will explain that in any dimension minimal models of general type and bounded volume form a bounded family.

This is based on a joint work with D. Martinelli and S. Schreieder.

]]>In this talk I will show how the number of minimal models of an n-dimensional manifold can be bounded in term of its volume for any n. Moreover, I will explain that in any dimension minimal models of general type and bounded volume form a bounded family.

This is based on a joint work with D. Martinelli and S. Schreieder.

]]>In this talk I will show how the number of minimal models of an n-dimensional manifold can be bounded in term of its volume for any n. Moreover, I will explain that in any dimension minimal models of general type and bounded volume form a bounded family.

This is based on a joint work with D. Martinelli and S. Schreieder.

]]>Regularity theory and global existence of small data solutions to semi-linear de Sitter models with power non-linearity

]]>Regularity theory and global existence of small data solutions to semi-linear de Sitter models with power non-linearity

]]>Regularity theory and global existence of small data solutions to semi-linear de Sitter models with power non-linearity

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