See the website of the conference for more information: http://matkit2016.sciencesconf.org
The advert for the Unestablished Lectureship in Analysis linked with the CCA has now gone live, please see
The adverts for the 3 Lectureships in Pure Mathematics are now live with closing deadline as December 15th. One of the positions is the Corfield Lectureship (linked post with Murray Edwards). Another fourth position is open in Probability.
We prove that weak solutions to a quasilinear hypoelliptic equations with bounded measurable coefficients are H\”older continuous. The proof relies on classical techniques developed by De Giorgi and Moser together with the averaging lemma and regularity transfers developed in kinetic theory. The latter tool is used repeatedly: first in the proof of the local gain of integrability of sub-solutions, second in proving that the gradient with respect to the speed variable is , third, in the proof of an “hypoelliptic isoperimetric De Giorgi lemma”. To get such a lemma, we develop a new method which combines the classical isoperimetric inequality on the diffusive variable with the structure of the integral curves of the first-order part of the operator. It also uses that the gradient of solutions w.r.t. v is .
Cédric Villani was on BBC 2 on the occasion of the publication of the book “Birth of a Theorem” (translation of his book “Théorème vivant” describing the making of our theorem).
Here is the link (Villani starts at 37:45):
Also, BBC RADIO 4 has a series of programs with Cedric Villani this week:
1. The Mathematical Mind with Cedric Villani: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b054pj6y
2. Book of the week (Birth of a Theorem by Cedric Villani):
Episode 1: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b054pmgr
Episode 2: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b054qc1m
Episode 3: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b054qd81
Episode 4: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b054t3s4
Episode 5: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b054tl6z
A 10mn movie about the scientific research of Sara Merino-Aceituno, PhD student co-supervised by myself and James Norris, and featuring several other members of the “geometric analysis and partial differential equations” group in Cambridge: