Monday Analysis Seminar: A functional analytic approach to singular perturbation problems

Date
2018-3-5 15:00 - 2018-3-5 16:30
Place
Faculty of Science Building #3 Room 210
Speaker/Organizer
Massimo Lanza De Cristoforis (University of Padova)
 
This talk is dedicated to the analysis of boundary value problems on singularly perturbed domains by an approach which is alternative to those of asymptotic analysis and of homogenization theory, and has the character of a general presentation.

In particular, we will consider a certain linear or nonlinear elliptic boundary value problem on a domain with one or possibly infinitely many holes, whose size is determined by a positive parameter $\epsilon$ and we will consider a family of solutions depending on $\epsilon$ as $\epsilon$ approaches $0$. Then we shall represent the dependence on $\epsilon$ of the family of solutions, or of corresponding functionals of the solutions such as the energy integral, in terms of possibly singular at $0$ but known functions of $\epsilon$ such as $\epsilon^{-1}$ or $\log\epsilon$, and in terms of possibly unknown real analytic maps.

Boundary value problems on singularly perturbed domains appear in the applications such as those of the analysis of composite materials.

Monday Analysis Seminar