### New Years Holiday 年末年始 2022

2021年12月29日 (水) (All day)2022年1月3日 (月) (All day)

National holiday

ワークショップ

### Registration: 6th ABiS Advanced Light Microscopy Course at OIST

2021年12月28日 (火) 17:00
OIST Seminar room C209

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### [Seminar] "Lagrangian Studies in Active and Inertial Turbulence" by Mr Rahul Kumar Singh

2021年12月22日 (水) 16:00 17:00
Zoom

CFF unit is pleased to invite you to the seminar.

セミナー

### [Seminar] "An Immersed Boundary Method for high-fidelity simulations with moving objects: application to active flow control" by Dr. Athanasios E. Giannenas

2021年12月21日 (火) 17:00 18:00
Zoom

CFF unit is pleased to invite you to the semianr!

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### Orchestrating inter-organ communication and treating metabolic disorders by mRNA decay of hepatokines

2021年12月20日 (月) 14:00
C210 Center Building
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Monday, December 20, 14:00-15:00

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### [Seminar] "Elastic instabilities in confined geometries" by Mr. Manish Kumar

2021年12月20日 (月) 11:00 12:00
Zoom

CFF unit is please to invite you to the seminar!

レクリエーション

### Cosmos screening (episode 2)

2021年12月17日 (金) 18:00
B250 auditorium

Cosmos episode 2: One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue

### Mini Course: Speeding up MATLAB (by MathWorks) 1 of 2

2021年12月17日 (金) 10:00 12:00
B701, Computer Lab, Lab 3.

This Mini Course will be taught by engineers from MathWorks, the company developping MATLAB. The focus will be on accelerating MATLAB code, using different approaches: better general coding practices, using the Parallel Computing Toolbox, and using Deigo's resources.

◆Target audience This course is suitable for people with some experience with MATLAB. Ideally, the participants will already have some code that they are interested in speeding up.

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### [Seminar] James Webb Space Telescope: The First Light Machine, by Philip Stahl

2021年12月16日 (木) 10:00
Zoom: https://oist.zoom.us/j/99334845276

Seminar talk on the James Webb Space Telescope mission by Dr. H. Philip Stahl, Space Optics Manufacturing Technology Center, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center , AL 35812

Organized by the OIST Optics and Photonics Student Society

プロフェショナル・デベロプメント

### Workshop: "Building Your Next Course: Forward Thinking on Curriculum through Backward Course Design".

2021年12月16日 (木) 10:00 11:30
You must RSVP to attend. A virtual Zoom link will be shared upon registration.

Dr. Jason Heustis will articulate the essentials for creating a great course and discuss how to build a syllabus that will create clear, intentional pathways for teaching and learning. We will also discuss how “active learning” facilitates deep understanding and engages students from diverse backgrounds. Participants will also have the opportunity to consider different modes of assessment to measure student learning and mastery, and be strategic in development the assessments that will be aligned with your desired learning objectives.

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### FALL 2021 Nonlinear Analysis Special Lecture Part 2 of 2

2021年12月15日 (水) 15:00 17:30
Online via Zoom
Mr. Julian Weigt , Aalto University Title: Higher dimensional techniques for the regularity of maximal functions Abstract:

It has been an open question if maximal operators M satisfy the endpoint regularity bound $$mathop{\mathrm{var}}(Mf) \leq C \mathop{\mathrm{var}}(f)$$. So far the majority of the known results has been in one dimension. I give an overview of the progress on this question with a focus on the techniques. Next I present the techniques used in the recent proofs of $$mathop{\mathrm{var}}(Mf) \leq C \mathop{\mathrm{var}}(f)$$ for several maximal operators in higher dimensions. They are mostly geometric measure theoretic in the spirit of the relative isoperimetric inequality and involve a stopping time and various covering arguments.

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### [Seminar] Clusters and orbitals in transition metal compound

2021年12月14日 (火) 16:00 17:00
Zoom

TQM unit is pleased to invite you to the seminar.

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### FALL 2021 Nonlinear Analysis Seminar Series

2021年12月14日 (火) 10:00 11:00
Online via Zoom

Dr. David Beltran, University of Wisconsin – Madison Title: Endpoint Sobolev regularity of the fractional maximal function Abstract: Abstract: I will report some of the recent progress regarding the boundedness and continuity of the map $$f \mapsto |\nabla M_\beta f|$$ from the endpoint space $$W^{1,1}(\mathbb{R}^d)$$ to $$L^{d/(d-\beta)}(\mathbb{R}^d)$$, where $$M_\beta$$ denotes the fractional version of either the centered or uncentered Hardy--Littlewood maximal function. After contributions by several authors, the problem is now totally solved in an affirmative way. I will focus on my contributions, which correspond to the radial case (in joint work with J. Madrid), and also to the general case for the continuity of the map (in joint work with C. González-Riquelme, J. Madrid and J. Weigt). Please click here to register *After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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### FALL 2021 Nonlinear Analysis Special Lecture Part 1 of 2

2021年12月13日 (月) 15:00 17:30
Online via Zoom
Mr. Julian Weigt , Aalto University Title: Higher dimensional techniques for the regularity of maximal functions Abstract:

It has been an open question if maximal operators M satisfy the endpoint regularity bound $$mathop{\mathrm{var}}(Mf) \leq C \mathop{\mathrm{var}}(f)$$. So far the majority of the known results has been in one dimension. I give an overview of the progress on this question with a focus on the techniques. Next I present the techniques used in the recent proofs of $$mathop{\mathrm{var}}(Mf) \leq C \mathop{\mathrm{var}}(f)$$ for several maximal operators in higher dimensions. They are mostly geometric measure theoretic in the spirit of the relative isoperimetric inequality and involve a stopping time and various covering arguments.

キャンパス

### Visit by Mr. Jules Irrmann, Consul General of France in Kyoto

2021年12月13日 (月) 13:00

Visit by Mr. Jules Irrmann, Consul General of France in Kyoto

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### Analysis on Metric Spaces Seminar

2021年12月10日 (金) 9:00 10:00
Zoom
Title: Helgason-Fourier analysis techniques on hyperbolic spaces and sharp geometric and functional inequalities Speaker : Professor Guozhen Lu, University of Connecticut Abstract : In this talk, we will report some recent progress on sharp geometric and functional inequalities by using the Helgason-Fourier analysis techniques on hyperbolic and symmetric spaces. These techniques allow us to establish sharp higher order Hardy-Sobolev-Maz'ya and Hardy-Adams inequalities on upper half spaces, complex Siegel domains and quaternionic and octanionic hyperbolic spaces. Some applications to PDEs will also be given. Click here to register.

### 産学連携エコシステムが創り出すイノベーション

2021年12月9日 (木) 16:00 17:00
Zoom (Registration Required)

パネリスト: 北野宏明教授（OIST教授、ソニーCSLのCEO)、ジョナサン・ソロモン氏（BiomX社のCEO)、佐竹晃太氏（CureApp社CEO、医師）、ギル・グラノットマイヤー副学長

モデレーター: ローレン・ハー准副学長

Zoom（要登録）

### [Seminar] Rise of the turfs: the simplification of marine ecosystems under ocean acidification by Dr. Ben Harvey, Tsukuba University

2021年12月9日 (木) 13:30 15:00
Lab4 L4F01 Seminar Room

Speaker: Dr. Ben P. Harvey, Assistant Professor at the Shimoda Marine Research Center, University of Tsukuba

Hosted by: Professor Timothy Ravasi, OIST Marine Climate Change Unit

Abstract: Human activities are rapidly changing the structure of coastal marine ecosystems, but the ecological consequences of these changes remain uncertain. Natural analogues of futuristic conditions are increasingly being used to assess the likely effects of rising atmospheric CO 2 emissions on marine ecosystems. (...)

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### OIST-UT Joint talk series for future science-Season5

2021年12月8日 (水) 17:30 18:30
Zoom

OIST-UT Joint talk series for future science-Season 5: Understanding of superorganisms: collective behavior, differentiation and social organization

### [PhD Thesis Presentation_Zoom]-Masakazu Taira- Investigation of serotonergic regulation of reward-based behaviors

2021年12月8日 (水) 16:00 17:00

PhD public presemtation

### Faculty Lunchtime Seminar (Prof. Christine Luscombe)

2021年12月8日 (水) 12:10 12:50
C700 (Lab 3, Level C)
Living electronics and fate of plastics

Organic electronics is a rising field, with novel applications including but not limited to stretchable solar cells, flexible display screens, and biosensors. The high performance of these organic electronics is enabled by the outstanding optoelectronic and thermomechanical features of organic semiconducting materials. As the field has progressed, bioelectronics has attracted increasing interest. Bioelectronics, merging manufactured electronics and biology, has emerged as a promising platform for translating electronic signals into ionic ones and vice versa , converting ionic signals into electronic signals ( e. g., biosensors and ionic skins). As a result, in recent years, applications in tissue engineering, drug delivery, electrophoresis and physiology have been developed. As we look into the future of bioelectronics, “living” electronics that merge the synthetic and biological world, holds some interest.

Separate to the above, microplastics composed of various plastic and polymeric materials pose as a major global environmental issue that can cause detrimental consequences to marine organisms and across the food chain. We have been collaborating with researchers at UW to identify microplastics in marine organisms in the Puget Sound and have identified that not all organisms consume the same microplastics.

In both projects, we seek to initiate collaborations with those at OIST and look forward to initiating discussions with various units.

Living electronics and fate of plastics

Organic electronics is a rising field, with novel applications including but not limited to stretchable solar cells, flexible display screens, and biosensors. The high performance of these organic electronics is enabled by the outstanding optoelectronic and thermomechanical features of organic semiconducting materials. As the field has progressed, bioelectronics has attracted increasing interest. Bioelectronics, merging manufactured electronics and biology, has emerged as a promising platform for translating electronic signals into ionic ones and vice versa , converting ionic signals into electronic signals ( e. g., biosensors and ionic skins). As a result, in recent years, applications in tissue engineering, drug delivery, electrophoresis and physiology have been developed. As we look into the future of bioelectronics, “living” electronics that merge the synthetic and biological world, holds some interest.

Separate to the above, microplastics composed of various plastic and polymeric materials pose as a major global environmental issue that can cause detrimental consequences to marine organisms and across the food chain. We have been collaborating with researchers at UW to identify microplastics in marine organisms in the Puget Sound and have identified that not all organisms consume the same microplastics.

In both projects, we seek to initiate collaborations with those at OIST and look forward to initiating discussions with various units.

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### FALL 2021 Nonlinear Analysis Special Lecture Part 3 of 3

2021年12月8日 (水) 10:00 11:00
Online via Zoom
Associate Professor Kabe Moen , The University of Alabama Title: Fractional Integrals and weights Part III Abstract:

In this talk we will cover the two weight inequalities for the fractional integral operator and related fractional maximal operator. We will discuss the background of two-weight inequalities and Sawyer’s testing conditions and two weight characterization. We will also discuss bump conditions and some open questions.

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### Seminar "On Diffusive and Stochastic Transport barriers" by Dr. Florian Kogelbauer

2021年12月7日 (火) 16:00 17:00
Lab1 C016

Speaker: Dr. Florian Kogelbauer, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Sendai, Japan

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### FALL 2021 Nonlinear Analysis Seminar Series

2021年12月7日 (火) 16:00 17:00
Online via Zoom
★DISTINGUISHED LECTURE Professor Yoshikazu Giga , The University of Tokyo Title: On a singular limit of a single-well Modica-Mortola functional and its applications Abstract:

It is important to describe the motion of phase boundaries by macroscopic energy in the process of phase transitions. Typical energy describing the phenomena is the van der Waals energy, which is also called a Modica-Mortola functional with a double-well potential or the Allen-Cahn functional. It turns out that it is also important to consider the Modica-Mortola functional with a single-well potential since it is often used in various settings including the Kobayashi-Warren-Carter energy, which is popular in materials science. It is very fundamental to understand the singular limit of such a type of energies as the thickness parameter of a diffuse interface tends to zero. In the case of double-well potentials, such a problem is well-studied and it is formulated, for example, as the Gamma limit under L 1

convergence.

However, if one considers the Modica-Mortola functional, it turns out that L 1

convergence is too rough even in the one-dimensional problem.

We characterize the Gamma limit of a single-well Modica-Mortola functional under the topology which is finer than L 1

topology. In a one-dimensional case, we take the graph convergence. In higher-dimensional cases, it is more involved. As an application, we give an explicit representation of a singular limit of the Kobayashi-Warren-Carter energy. Since the higher-dimensional cases can be reduced to the one-dimensional case by a slicing argument, studying the one-dimensional case is very fundamental. A key idea to study the one-dimensional case is to introduce “an unfolding of a function” by changing an independent variable by the arc-length parameter of its graph. This is based on a joint work with Jun Okamoto (The University of Tokyo), Masaaki Uesaka (The University of Tokyo, Arithmer Inc.), and Koya Sakakibara (Okayama University of Science, RIKEN).

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### [Seminar] Hydrodynamic interaction and coalescence of rising bubbles in viscoelastic fluids: a numerical approach

2021年12月7日 (火) 10:00 11:00
Zoom

CFF unit is pleased to invite you to the seminar.

セミナー

### [Seminar] Enactive solutions to the integration problem in psychiatry.

2021年12月6日 (月) 9:30 10:30
Zoom

Our speaker will be Shaun Gallagher (PhD, Hon D.Phil) on Enactive solutions to the integration problem in psychiatry. We will be meeting on Monday, December 6, 2021 at 9:30 am, Japan time (GMT +9).

ワークショップ

### Neural Computation Workshop 2021

2021年12月4日 (土) 9:00 18:30
OIST conference center(Auditorium)

Neural Computation Unit will hold a retreat/reunion at OIST conference center. If you are interested in joining, pleaese contact ncus@oist.jp

### OIST NetCafé (大学院説明会) 2021年12月

2021年12月3日 (金) 14:00
オンライン

### OBI-Hub Information Session

2021年12月3日 (金) 12:00
Online

OIST×Beyond Next Venturesのパートナーシップによって生まれた協調投資スキームOBI-Hubをより皆様に知っていただくべく、インフォメーションセッションを設けます。

### [Webinar] The Temperature of Butterfly Wings: Prospecting for Bio-inspired Materials from Nature

2021年12月3日 (金) 9:00 10:00
Zoom link will be provided upon registration

Dr. Naomi E. Pierce (Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University) and Dr. Nanfang Yu (Dept of Applied Physics and Applied Math, Columbia University) will consider the temperature of butterfly wings from a few different angles. They will also present several technologies inspired by these studies. Moderated by Prof. Evan Economo, Biodiversity and Biocomplexity Unit.

Register here .

### [PhD Thesis Presentation_Zoom] - Xunwu Hu - "Developing Integrin-targeted Peptide Assemblies to Direct Cancer Cell migration"

2021年12月3日 (金) 9:00 10:00

PhD Public Presentation

プロフェショナル・デベロプメント

### [CV workshop] - Creating an impressive academic CV

2021年12月2日 (木) 15:15 16:45
Seminar Room Lab4, L4E01

[CV workshop] - Creating an impressive academic CV

"Creating an impressive academic CV" workshop where you will discover strategies to design a more focused, relatable, and readable CV.

レクリエーション

### Baby Sensory Class

2021年12月2日 (木) 15:00 16:00
Village center Ocean View Room

Class Organizer: Kimberlie Ward

Classes will start: Thursday 2 nd December 2021

3-4pm, Ocean View meeting room in Village Center.

パブリック

### Fire Evacuation Drill 火災避難訓練

2021年12月2日 (木) 14:00 14:30
Campus on OIST

A fire evacuation drill will be held on Thursday, December 2, 2021, from 14:00 to 14:30.

ウェルネス

### Occupational physician: Dr. Yamamoto｜ 産業医: 山本先生

2021年12月1日 (水) 13:00 16:00
OIST Health Center

Reservation required.

### RIKEN Science and Technology Hub Symposium 2021

2021年12月1日 (水) 11:30
Wako Campus RIKEN

Dean of Research Dr. Tadashi Yamamoto will give a presentation entitled "RIKEN and OIST work for full-spectrum collaboration-Research, Education and Core facility."

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### FALL 2021 Nonlinear Analysis Special Lecture Part 2 of 3

2021年12月1日 (水) 10:00 11:00
Online via Zoom
Associate Professor Kabe Moen , The University of Alabama Title: Fractional Integrals and weights Part II Abstract:

In this talk we will cover the one weight inequalities for the fractional integral operator and related fractional maximal operator. We will discuss the background of A_p weights and A_{p,q} weights and go over the dyadic decomposition of the fractional integral operator. We will also cover auxiliary results like sharp constants and.

カルチャー

### 【設立記念】OISTサイエンスの写真展（キャンパス）

2021年12月1日 (水) (All day)2022年2月15日 (火) (All day)
トンネルギャラリー

セミナー

### [Seminar] Localisation phenomena in frustrated magnets

2021年11月30日 (火) 17:00 18:00
Zoom

TQM unit is pleased to invite you to the seminar!

セミナー

### FALL 2021 Nonlinear Analysis Seminar Series

2021年11月30日 (火) 10:00 11:00
Online via Zoom
Dr. Po Lam Yung , Australian National University Title: Sobolev norms revisited Abstract:

In this talk, we will describe some new ways of characterising Sobolev norms, using sizes of superlevel sets of suitable difference quotients. They provide remedy in certain cases where some critical Gagliardo-Nirenberg interpolation inequalities fail, and lead us to investigate real interpolations of certain fractional Besov spaces. Some connections will be drawn to earlier work by Bourgain, Brezis and Mironescu. Joint work with Haim Brezis, Jean Van Schaftingen, Qingsong Gu, Andreas Seeger and Brian Street.

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### OIST Representation Theory Seminar

2021年11月30日 (火) 9:30 10:30
on Zoom
Speaker: Tianyuan Xu , University of Colorado at Boulder Title: On Kazhdan–Lusztig cells of a-value 2
レクリエーション

### Ocean Safety Classroom Session Lab 3 C700

2021年11月29日 (月) 13:00 14:00
Lab 3 C700

OIST Health and Safety and Recreation Services presents a classroom session on Ocean Safety.

Guest Speakers are:

Jason Macdonald: Program Director

Taishi Otono: President of Japan Water Patrol: Representative Director and Chief Instructor of Okinawa Lifesaving Association

James Renshaw: Instructor

アウトリーチ

### 足元に目を向けよう　Science Talk vol.1

2021年11月27日 (土) 15:00 16:00
ジュンク堂書店那覇店（先着50名）　/　ZOOM（事前登録制）

OISTサイエンストーク2021 vol.1

タイトル：「足元に目を向けよう」

やんばると西表島がついに世界自然遺産に登録。この豊かさを守るための主戦場は、実はあなたのすぐ側にある。

株式会社Endemic Garden H 環境部長 上開地 広美

レクリエーション

### Bike Share Club Seaside Ride - Safety Lesson

2021年11月27日 (土) 8:00 10:00
Seaside House

Bike Share Club Seaside Ride - Safety Lesson at the Seaside House

Saturday, November 27th from 8am to 10am.

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### [Seminar] Direct numerical simulation of bubble-induced turbulence

2021年11月26日 (金) 17:30 18:30
Zoom

CFF unit is pleased to invite you to the seminar!

セミナー

### Carrollian and Galilean conformal higher-spin algebras in any dimensions

2021年11月25日 (木) 16:30
Lab4 F01 and Zoom

Seminar hosted by QG Unit. Speaker: Dr. Andrea Campoleoni , Universite de Mons Title: Carrollian and Galilean conformal higher-spin algebras in any dimensions

### OIST Innovators Society Meeting - Dr. Masaru Nagura

2021年11月25日 (木) 16:00 17:00
Meeting room C016 (Lab1) + zoom

At our next Innovators Society meeting, we will be joined by Dr. Masaru Nagura - General Manager at Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) Tokyo.

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### Notes from Underground: vocal communication in a eusocial rodent

2021年11月25日 (木) 16:00
Zoom

Notes from Underground: vocal communication in a eusocial rodent

Naked mole-rats are exceptionally long-lived (reported lifespans > 30 years), highly resistant to cancer and low oxygen conditions and live in colonies organized to support a single breeding female, queen. This type of social behavior is rare among mammals, although commonly found in the social insects: bees, wasps, and ants. Yet how naked mole-rats organize and maintain their elaborate social groups is largely unknown. Recent work from our group identified a critical role for vocal communication in naked mole-rats societies. Using machine learning techniques, we developed methods to automatically classify and analyze features of one vocalization type, the soft chirp, a greeting call used by naked mole-rats when they encounter one another in their subterranean habitat. We demonstrated that soft chirps encode information about individual and colony identity, suggesting the possibility of colony specific dialects. In a series of behavioral tests, we found that vocal responses were enhanced to home colony vs. foreign colony audio playbacks and to artificially generated colony-specific dialects. We further demonstrated that these dialects can be learned, as pups that were cross-fostered early in life acquired the dialect of their adoptive colonies. Colony specificity of vocal dialects is controlled in part by the presence of the queen: when the queen was lost the vocal cohesiveness of the colony dialect disintegrated. In this lecture I will highlight some of the remarkable lessons we can learn from the naked mole-rat including how vocal communication emerges as an evolutionary mechanism for enhanced cooperation.

コロキアム

### Catch-All Mathematical Colloquium

2021年11月24日 (水) 15:00 17:00
zoom
This colloquium will be held once a month. It will be held online for the time being. Each event consists of a one-hour talk on mathematics followed by a one-hour diversity panel discussion session.

In the mathematics part, we will hear an exciting overview talk for a general audience. November speaker is Masato Mimura from Tohoku University. In the discussion session, we will hear about the speaker's experience as a mathematician, especially in choosing fields of research. Y ou can take inspiration from them and exchange ideas with other participants in a small group. After the sessions are over, there will be a tea time where participants can chat freely.

You can join Part I only or both parts of the colloquium. Please register before November 19, 5 pm. Click here to register!

Part I Expository math talk 3-4 pm

Speaker: Masato Mimura 見村万佐人 (Tohoku University 東北大学)

Talk Title : The Green--Tao theorem for number fields

Abstract: The celebrated Green--Tao theorem states that an upper dense subset of the set of rational primes contains arbitrarily long arithmetic progressions. Later, Tao proved that an upper dense subset of the set of Gaussian primes, namely, prime elements in the integer ring $\mathbb{Z}[\sqrt{-1}]$ of the number field $\mathbb{Q}(\sqrt{-1})$ contains arbitrarily shaped constellations. (We will explain the precise statement in the talk.) In the paper, Tao asked whether the same conclusion holds in the setting of arbitrary number fields. In this joint work with Wataru Kai (Tohoku U.), Akihiro Munemasa (Tohoku U.), Shin-ichiro Seki (Aoyama Gakuin U.) and Kiyoto Yoshino (Tohoku U.), we answer Tao's question in the affirmative. We have an application to the setting of a binary quadratic form. More precisely, given a form $F$, we study combinatorics on the set of pair of integers $(x,y)$ for which $F(x,y)$ is a rational prime. No serious background of number theory is required for this talk.

Part II Diversity Panel Discussion 4-5 pm

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### FALL 2021 Nonlinear Analysis Special Lecture Part 1 of 3

2021年11月24日 (水) 10:00 11:00
Online via Zoom
Wednesday 10th November 2021, 10:00–11:00 JST (UTC+9), online on Zoom Associate Professor Kabe Moen , The University of Alabama Title: Fractional Integrals and weights Part I Abstract:

I will introduce fractional integral operator and its related maximal operator. After developing some of the relevant background, we will discuss its boundedness on Lebesgue spaces and various related inequalities of Hedberg and Welland. We will also cover endpoint bounds and applications to Sobolev-Poincare inequalities.