APM 346 Partial Differential Equations @Spring 2019

I am teaching L0201 section

  • Monday 14:00 — 15:00, ES B149
  • Thursday 13:00 — 15:00, ES B149
  • There is another section L0101, taught by a different instructor (I know his name but I am not going to announce it until it appears on the official timetable).

    Details about this course will be provided on the class official page in the due time.

MAT 334 Complex Variables @Fall 2018

I am teaching L0101 section

  • Monday 10:00 — 11:00, MP 102
  • Wednesday 10:00 — 11:00, MP 102
  • Friday 10:00 — 11:00, MP 102

There is another section L5101, taught by a different instructor (I know his name but I am not going to announce it until it appears on the official timetable).

I am the class coordinator. The content, tests and exam for all sections are exactly the same.

Textbook:
Stephen D. Fisher. Complex Variables 2nd Edition (Dover Books on Mathematics). ISBN-13: 978-0486406794,ISBN-10: 0486406792

Details about this course are provided on the class official page.

MAT 244 Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations @Fall 2018

I am teaching L5101 (night section)

  • Tuesday 18:00 — 20:00, MP 102
  • Thursday 18:00 — 19:00, MP 102

There are two other sections L0101 and L0201, taught by two other instructors. I am the class coordinator. The content, tests and exam for all sections are exactly the same.

Textbook:

We support both editions but 11th is preferable.

Details about this course are provided on the class official page.

My talk at Analysis Seminar (McGill University University, January 26, 2018)

Spectral asymptotic for Steklov’s problem in domains with edges (work in progress)

We derive sharp eigenvalue asymptotics for Dirichlet-to-Neumann operator in the domain with edges and discuss obstacles for deriving a sharper (two-term) asymptotics

Slides

Aftermath

My Research Monograph is almost ready (in January I plan to edit Introduction, Preface and add some references, after which I pronounce it “Done” and I am not going to add any new material, at least for several years).

Meanwhile I started several new topics:

My talk at PDE & Analysis Seminar (Hebrew University, December 6, 2017)

Asymptotics of the ground state energy for relativistic heavy atoms and molecules

We discuss sharp asymptotics of the ground state energy for the heavy atoms and molecules in the relativistic settings, without magnetic field or with the self-generated magnetic field, and, in particular, relativistic Scott correction term and also Dirac, Schwinger and relativistic correction terms. In particular, we conclude that the Thomas-Fermi density approximates the actual density of the ground state, which opens the way to estimate the excessive negative and positive charges and the ionization energy.

Slides