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Friday
3
Dec 10
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM KAP 414
The Muskat Problem
Charles Fefferman Princeton University, CAMS Distinguished Lecturer

The problem concerns the evolution of the interfaces between two or more fluids in a porous medium. The talk presents new phenomena arising when at least three fluids are present. (Joint work with several coauthors)

Previous colloquium: On Turbulent Rotating Shear Flow: Vortical Structures, Anisotropy Properties, Coherent Vortex Extraction, and Scale-Dependent Geometrical Statistics Next colloquium: On the Genus Filtration of Linear Chord Diagrams