The 22nd Northeastern Symposium on Mathematical Analysis



Execellent Poster Awards were given to the following young researchers:
  Kensuke Yoshizawa (Tohoku University, D2)
  Satoru Aimi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, M2)
  Shuntaro Tsubouchi (The University of Tokyo, M2)

Satoshi Tanaka (Tohoku University)
Nao Hamamuki (Hokkaido University)
Shinya Okabe (Tohoku University)   
Kentaro Fujie (Tohoku University)
February 15 (Mon) -- 16 (Tue), 2021
Tohoku University / zoom
Ikki Fukuda (Shinshu University)
Alexandra Gilsbach (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Koichi Komada (Tohoku University)
Kazuhiro Ishige (The University of Tokyo)
Michał Łasica (Polish Academy of Sciences / The University of Tokyo)
Ryunosuke Mori (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Asato Mukai (The University of Tokyo)
Ryosuke Nakasato (Tohoku University)
Tomoyuki Oka (Tohoku University)
Izumi Okada (Kyushu University)
Takiko Sasaki (National Institute of Technology (KOSEN), Ibaraki College/Tohoku University)
Philip Schrader (Tohoku University)
Izumi Takagi (Tohoku University)
Keisuke Takasao (Kyoto University)
Yujiro Tateishi (The University of Tokyo)
Borislav Yordanov (Hokkaido University)



February 15 (Mon.)
9:50-10:00 Opening
10:00-10:50Kazuhiro Ishige (The University of Tokyo)
When is quasi-concavity preserved by Dirichlet heat flow?
11:00-11:50Keisuke Takasao (Kyoto University)
On obstacle problem for Brakke's mean curvature flow
12:00-13:30Lunch Break
13:30-13:50Ryunosuke Mori (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Mathematical analysis of a reaction-diffusion model for Neolithic transition in Europe
13:50-14:10Ryosuke Nakasato (Tohoku University)
Global well-posedness for the Hall-MHD system in the critical Fourier-Besov space
14:10-14:30Koichi Komada (Tohoku University)
Existence of blow-up solutions for quantum Zakharov system
14:45-15:05Alexandra Gilsbach (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Stability analysis for Serrin's overdetermined problem
15:05-15:25Philip Schrader (Tohoku University)
Curve shortening by the gradient of a Sobolev-Riemannian metric
15:25-15:45Michał Łasica (Polish Academy of Sciences / The University of Tokyo)
Existence of the 1-harmonic map flow
16:00-16:20Poster Preview
16:20-18:20Poster session
February 16 (Tue.)
10:00-10:50Izumi Takagi (Tohoku University)
Pattern formation in a non-uniform environment---A scenery in Turing's sight
11:00-11:30Takiko Sasaki (National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College / Tohoku University)
Regularity of the blow-up curve at characteristic points for the nonlinear wave equation
11:40-12:10Ikki Fukuda (Shinshu University)
Effect of a fractional dispersion term on the asymptotic behavior of the solutions to the Burgers type equations
12:10-13:30Lunch Break
13:30-14:20Borislav Yordanov(Hokkaido University)
Low frequency asymptotics for dissipative evolution equations in Banach spaces and application
14:30-15:00Izumi Okada (Kyushu University)
The heat equation with a dynamic Hardy-type potential
15:10-15:30Asato Mukai (The University of Tokyo)
Refined construction of type II blow-up solutions for semilinear heat equations with Joseph-Lundgren supercritical nonlinearity
15:30-15:50Tomoyuki Oka (Tohoku University)
Qualitative space-time homogenization for nonlinear diffusion equations
15:50-16:10Yujiro Tateishi (The University of Tokyo)
Decay estimates for Schrӧdinger heat semigroup with inverse square potential in Lorentz spaces
16:20-16:40Poster Award Ceremony & Closing