Junior WIC Geometric Analysis seminar in Cambridge

Our fourth Junior Warwick–Imperial–Cambridge Geometric Analysis seminar will take place at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge on Friday 3 November 2017. This seminar is associated with the programme grant Singularities of Geometric Partial Differential Equations

Click on this link for previous events in the series.

A preliminary schedule is as follows:

11.00 am–11.30 am Coffee (in the Central Core)

11.30 am–12.20 pm Kim Moore (UCL) Title: Deformation theory of Cayley submanifolds Room: MR21

12.20 pm–2.00 pm Lunch

2.00 pm–2.50 pm Norman Zergaenge (Warwick) Title: Convergence of Riemannian 4-manifolds with L2-curvature bounds Room: MR5

3.00 pm–3.30 pm Zoe Wyatt (Edinburgh) Title: The weak null condition and Kaluza-Klein spacetimes Room: MR5

3.30 pm–4.00 pm Coffee break (outside MR5)

4.00 pm–4.50 pm Joe Keir (Cambridge) Title: Global existence for systems of wave equations with the weak null condition Room: MR5

5.00 pm–5.50 pm Andrew McLeod (Warwick) Title: Bi-Hölder regularity of three-dimensional weakly noncollapsed Ricci limit spaces Room: MR5

6.30 pm Dinner at St John’s Chophouse

Note that the first talk will be in MR21 while the talks after lunch will be in MR5. 

Statement from the Vice-Chancellor

Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge has released a statement yesterday:

...We are determined to champion openness, and the free exchange of knowledge across borders. Even as governments around the world seek to curb freedom of movement, the University of Cambridge remains committed to welcoming the best and brightest students and staff— irrespective of their nationality.

The complete statement is available here.

University Lectureship in General Relativity and Partial Differential Equations

A University Lectureship in General Relativity and Partial Differential Equations has just been in advertised here in Cambridge, to be held jointly in DPMMS and DAMTP

This is a permanent post (lying somewhere between the positions "Assistant Professor" and "Associate Professor" of the US system). 

For more information, click here.

The deadline to apply is the 7th of December 2016.

Oberwolfach Seminar

I will be giving an Oberwolfach Seminar titled "Recent Advances on the Global Nonlinear Stability of Einstein Spacetimes", jointly with P. LeFloch and and Q. Wang. The seminar will run from May 15–21, 2016.

Ph.D students and postdocs are encouraged to apply. The deadline is March 13, 2016

See this link for more information.

Conference at Princeton in honour of Sergiu Klainerman

Together with Peter ConstantinAlexandru Ionescu and Igor Rodnianski, I am co-organising a conference titled Analysis, PDE's, and Geometry in honour of Sergiu Klainerman at Princeton University, January 26–29, 2016. For more information, see this link.  

Fields Institute programme: 100 Years of General Relativity

Registration is now available for various events connected with a Fields Institute programme to take place in Toronto celebrating the centennial of general relativity. 

The programme will run from May 11, 2015 to June 26, 2015. Click here for more information.

Research Associate position in Cambridge

Applications are invited for a Research Associate post in Geometric Partial Differential Equations. The post is available for up to three years from 1 September 2015 (or earlier by negotiation). Appointment will be made at an appropriate point on the University's Research Associate scale.

This post is associated with the EPSRC Grant Singularities of Geometric Partial Differential Equations, and priority will be given to applicants with expertise in relevant or connected fields within the study of the Einstein equations of general relativity.

The closing date is January 26. See this link for details on how to apply.

Warwick-Imperial-Cambridge Geometric Analysis Seminar

A one day workshop will take place in Cambridge on March 19, 2014. The speakers are Piotr Chrusciel, Tobias Lamm, Joaquin Perez, and Mu-Tao Wang. For more information, click here.

Junior Warwick-Imperial-Cambridge Geometric analysis Seminar

As part of the Singularities in Geometric Partial Differential Equations project, a junior seminar will take place at the University of Warwick, on December 9–10, 2013. For the schedule, click here.

Vacancies in DPMMS

There are a number of posts advertised in DPMMS, including 

  • three University Lectureships in Pure Mathematics (permanent posts lying somewhere between the positions "Assistant Professor" and "Associate Professor" of the US system) and 
  • various postdoctoral positions, several of which are specialised to analysis and/or PDE's.

All vacancies are listed here. Note that closing dates for most vacancies are in December