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News of Portugal »The “mathematics of the University of Aveiro” appeared in the US News Education ranking in the positions 45 in Europe and 128 in the World. [ver uaonline] |
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News of Portugal »Maria-Magdalena Boureanu, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Craiova, Romania [url01], gave a talk with the title “On some nonlinear problems with generalized operators and variable exponents“.
Abstract: We are concerned with existence, uniqueness, or multiplicity results for boundary value problems that arise in the framework of the spaces with variable exponent. More exactly, we investigate problems involving nonhomogeneous differential operators that can be particularized to both Laplace-type operators and mean curvature-type operators. Naturally, the study of a problem must be conducted in the appropriate space, and, since we intend to approach various problems with different conditions on the boundary, we will consider several Sobolev-type spaces, including the case where the exponent is anisotropic. |
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News of Portugal »RT @UnivAveiro: [Notícias] IASP aceita Creative Science Park como membro de pleno direito tinyurl.com/8yjrmdq |
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News of Portugal »01/10/2009 On the uniqueness of a solution to anisotropic Maxwell’s equations Abstract: In this talk we consider Maxwell’s equations in an anisotropic media, when the dielectric per mit tivity and the magnetic permeability are 3 x 3 matrices. We formulate relevant boundary value prob lems, investigate a fundamental solution and find a Silver-Mueller type radiation condition at infinity which ensures the uniqueness of solutions when permittivity and permeability matrices are real valued, symmetric, positive definite and proportional. The talk is based upon joint work with T. Buchukuri, D. Kapanadze and D. Natroshvili. |
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News of Portugal »On September 17, David Natroshvili from Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia, gave the talk “Application of pseudodifferential equations to complex interface problems of Mathematical Physics” at the Seminar of the Functional Analysis and Applications Group of UIMA, Dep. of Mathematics, University of Aveiro. |