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Monday
12
Nov 12
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM KAP 414
Recent results on the Stochastic Euler Equations
Nathan Glatt-Holtz Virginia Tech

One of the original motivations for the study of Stochastic PDEs traces it's origins to the study of turbulence. As such a better understanding of stochastic versions of the fundamental equations of fluid flow remain an important direction in applied analysis.

In this talk we discuss some recent results concerning the Stochastic Euler equations as well as some related issues concerning inviscid limits.

Previous colloquium: Surrogate Surface Algorithms for Nonlinear and Global Optimization and Uncertainty Analysis of Computationally Expensive Simulation Models Next colloquium: Energetics of the Euler equation and self-similar blow-up