## Seminar information archive

Seminar information archive ～05/28｜Today's seminar 05/29 | Future seminars 05/30～

### 2012/12/18

#### FMSP Lectures

10:30-11:30 Room #056 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

On convergence to equilibrium with applications of Lojasiewicz-Simon

inequality (II) (ENGLISH)

**Jie Jiang**(Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)On convergence to equilibrium with applications of Lojasiewicz-Simon

inequality (II) (ENGLISH)

### 2012/12/17

#### Seminar on Geometric Complex Analysis

10:30-12:00 Room #126 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

On the existence of strictly effective basis on an arithmetic variety (JAPANESE)

**Hideaki Ikoma**(Kyoto University)On the existence of strictly effective basis on an arithmetic variety (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

I would like to talk about some recent work of mine on the asymptotic behavior of the successive minima associated to a graded arithmetic linear series. A complete arithmetic linear series belonging to a hermitian line bundle on an arithmetic variety is defined as the Z-module of the global sections endowed with the supremum-norm, and the successive minima are invariants that measure the size of the sections with small norms.

If time permits, I would like to also explain some close relationship between the results and the general equi-distribution theory of rational points on an arithmetic variety.

I would like to talk about some recent work of mine on the asymptotic behavior of the successive minima associated to a graded arithmetic linear series. A complete arithmetic linear series belonging to a hermitian line bundle on an arithmetic variety is defined as the Z-module of the global sections endowed with the supremum-norm, and the successive minima are invariants that measure the size of the sections with small norms.

If time permits, I would like to also explain some close relationship between the results and the general equi-distribution theory of rational points on an arithmetic variety.

### 2012/12/15

#### Infinite Analysis Seminar Tokyo

13:30-15:00 Room #117 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

current and integrability (ENGLISH)

**Vincent Pasquier**(CEA, Saclay, France)current and integrability (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

I will describe some problems related to currents in XXZ chains:

Drude conductivity, Linbladt equation, tasep, matrix ansatz,

in particular the relation of permanent currents with integrability.

If time permits I will also discuss a nonrelated subject:

deformation of fusion rules in minimal models and Macdonald polynomials.

I will describe some problems related to currents in XXZ chains:

Drude conductivity, Linbladt equation, tasep, matrix ansatz,

in particular the relation of permanent currents with integrability.

If time permits I will also discuss a nonrelated subject:

deformation of fusion rules in minimal models and Macdonald polynomials.

### 2012/12/13

#### Algebraic Geometry Seminar

10:40-12:10 Room #118 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

The asymptotic variety of polynomial maps (ENGLISH)

**Jean-Paul Brasselet**(CNRS (Luminy))The asymptotic variety of polynomial maps (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

The asymptotic variety, or set of non-properness has been intensively studied by Zbigniew Jelonek. In a recent paper, Anna and Guillaume Valette associate to a polynomial map $F: {\\mathbb C}^n \\to {\\mathbb C}^n$ a singular variety $N_F$ and relate properness property of $F$ to the vanishing of some intersection homology groups of $N_F$. I will explain how stratifications of the asymptotic variety of $F$ play an important role in the story and how recently, one of my students, Nguyen Thi Bich Thuy, found a nice way to exhibit such a suitable stratification.

The asymptotic variety, or set of non-properness has been intensively studied by Zbigniew Jelonek. In a recent paper, Anna and Guillaume Valette associate to a polynomial map $F: {\\mathbb C}^n \\to {\\mathbb C}^n$ a singular variety $N_F$ and relate properness property of $F$ to the vanishing of some intersection homology groups of $N_F$. I will explain how stratifications of the asymptotic variety of $F$ play an important role in the story and how recently, one of my students, Nguyen Thi Bich Thuy, found a nice way to exhibit such a suitable stratification.

### 2012/12/12

#### Number Theory Seminar

18:00-19:00 Room #002 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

The Tate conjecture for K3 surfaces and holomorphic symplectic varieties over finite fields (ENGLISH)

**François Charles**(CNRS & Université de Rennes 1)The Tate conjecture for K3 surfaces and holomorphic symplectic varieties over finite fields (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

We prove the Tate conjecture for divisors on reductions of holomorphic symplectic varieties over finite fields -- with some restrictions on the characteristic of the base field. We will be concerned mostly with the supersingular case. As a special case, we prove the Tate conjecture, also known as Artin's conjecture in our case, for K3 surfaces over finite fields of characteristic at least 5 and for codimension 2 cycles on cubic fourfolds.

We prove the Tate conjecture for divisors on reductions of holomorphic symplectic varieties over finite fields -- with some restrictions on the characteristic of the base field. We will be concerned mostly with the supersingular case. As a special case, we prove the Tate conjecture, also known as Artin's conjecture in our case, for K3 surfaces over finite fields of characteristic at least 5 and for codimension 2 cycles on cubic fourfolds.

#### Operator Algebra Seminars

16:30-18:00 Room #118 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Large subalgebras of crossed product $C^*$-algebras (ENGLISH)

**N. Christopher Phillips**(Univ. Oregon)Large subalgebras of crossed product $C^*$-algebras (ENGLISH)

#### FMSP Lectures

16:30-18:00 Room #118 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Large subalgebras of crossed product C*-algebras (ENGLISH)

**N. Christopher Phillips**(Univ. Oregon)Large subalgebras of crossed product C*-algebras (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

This is work in progress; not everything has been checked.

We define a "large subalgebra" and a "centrally large subalgebra" of a C*-algebra. The motivating example is what we now call the "orbit breaking subalgebra" of the crossed product by a minimal homeomorphism h of a compact metric space X. Let v be the standard unitary in the crossed product C* (Z, X, h). For a closed subset Y of X, we form the subalgebra of C* (Z, X, h) generated by C (X) and all elements f v for f in C (X) such that f vanishes on Y. When each orbit meets Y at most once, this subalgebra is centrally large in the crossed product. Crossed products by smooth free minimal actions of Zd also contain centrally large subalgebras which are simple direct limits, with no dimension growth, of recursive subhomogeneous algebras.

If B is a large subalgebra of A, then the Cuntz semigroups of A and B are the almost the same: if one deletes the classes of nonzero projections, then the inclusion is a bijection on what is left. Also (joint work with Dawn Archey), if B is a centrally large subalgebra of A, and B has stable rank one, then so does A. Moreover, if B is a centrally large subalgebra of A, if B is Z-stable, and if A is nuclear, then A is Z-stable.

This is work in progress; not everything has been checked.

We define a "large subalgebra" and a "centrally large subalgebra" of a C*-algebra. The motivating example is what we now call the "orbit breaking subalgebra" of the crossed product by a minimal homeomorphism h of a compact metric space X. Let v be the standard unitary in the crossed product C* (Z, X, h). For a closed subset Y of X, we form the subalgebra of C* (Z, X, h) generated by C (X) and all elements f v for f in C (X) such that f vanishes on Y. When each orbit meets Y at most once, this subalgebra is centrally large in the crossed product. Crossed products by smooth free minimal actions of Zd also contain centrally large subalgebras which are simple direct limits, with no dimension growth, of recursive subhomogeneous algebras.

If B is a large subalgebra of A, then the Cuntz semigroups of A and B are the almost the same: if one deletes the classes of nonzero projections, then the inclusion is a bijection on what is left. Also (joint work with Dawn Archey), if B is a centrally large subalgebra of A, and B has stable rank one, then so does A. Moreover, if B is a centrally large subalgebra of A, if B is Z-stable, and if A is nuclear, then A is Z-stable.

### 2012/12/11

#### Tuesday Seminar on Topology

16:30-18:00 Room #056 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Homotopy-theoretic methods in the study of spaces of knots and links (ENGLISH)

**Ismar Volic**(Wellesley College)Homotopy-theoretic methods in the study of spaces of knots and links (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

I will survey the ways in which some homotopy-theoretic

methods, manifold calculus of functors main among them, have in recent

years been used for extracting information about the topology of

spaces of knots and links. Cosimplicial spaces and operads will also

be featured. I will end with some recent results about spaces of

homotopy string links and in particular about how one can use functor

calculus in combination with configuration space integrals to extract

information about Milnor invariants.

I will survey the ways in which some homotopy-theoretic

methods, manifold calculus of functors main among them, have in recent

years been used for extracting information about the topology of

spaces of knots and links. Cosimplicial spaces and operads will also

be featured. I will end with some recent results about spaces of

homotopy string links and in particular about how one can use functor

calculus in combination with configuration space integrals to extract

information about Milnor invariants.

#### Tuesday Seminar of Analysis

16:30-18:00 Room #128 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

This talk was cancelled! (JAPANESE)

**Rafe Mazzeo**(Stanford University)This talk was cancelled! (JAPANESE)

#### FMSP Lectures

10:30-11:30 Room #056 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

On convergence to equilibrium with applications of Lojasiewicz-Simon

inequality (I) (ENGLISH)

**Jie Jiang**(Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)On convergence to equilibrium with applications of Lojasiewicz-Simon

inequality (I) (ENGLISH)

#### Lie Groups and Representation Theory

16:30-18:00 Room #126 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Affine Springer fibers of type A and combinatorics of diagonal

coinvariants

Affine Springer fibers of type A and combinatorics of diagonal

coinvariants (JAPANESE)

**Tatsuyuki Hikita**(Kyoto University)Affine Springer fibers of type A and combinatorics of diagonal

coinvariants

Affine Springer fibers of type A and combinatorics of diagonal

coinvariants (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

We introduce certain filtrations on the homology of

affine Springer fibers of type A and give combinatorial formulas for the bigraded Frobenius series of the associated graded modules.

The results are essentially given by generalizations of the symmetric function introduced by Haglund, Haiman, Loehr, Remmel, and Ulyanov which is conjectured to coincide with the bigraded Frobenius series of the ring of diagonal coinvariants.

We introduce certain filtrations on the homology of

affine Springer fibers of type A and give combinatorial formulas for the bigraded Frobenius series of the associated graded modules.

The results are essentially given by generalizations of the symmetric function introduced by Haglund, Haiman, Loehr, Remmel, and Ulyanov which is conjectured to coincide with the bigraded Frobenius series of the ring of diagonal coinvariants.

### 2012/12/10

#### Algebraic Geometry Seminar

15:30-17:00 Room #122 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

A hyperbolic metric and stability conditions on K3 surfaces with $¥rho=1$ (JAPANESE)

**Kotaro Kawatani**(Nagoya University)A hyperbolic metric and stability conditions on K3 surfaces with $¥rho=1$ (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

We introduce a hyperbolic metric on the (normalized) space of stability conditions on projective K3 surfaces $X$ with Picard rank 1. Furthermore we demonstrate how this hyperbolic metric is helpful for us by discussing two or three topics.

We introduce a hyperbolic metric on the (normalized) space of stability conditions on projective K3 surfaces $X$ with Picard rank 1. Furthermore we demonstrate how this hyperbolic metric is helpful for us by discussing two or three topics.

#### Seminar on Geometric Complex Analysis

10:30-12:00 Room #126 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

A Dirichlet space on ends of tree and Dirichlet forms with a nodewise orthogonal property (JAPANESE)

**Hiroshi Kaneko**(Tokyo University of Science)A Dirichlet space on ends of tree and Dirichlet forms with a nodewise orthogonal property (JAPANESE)

### 2012/12/07

#### Seminar on Probability and Statistics

14:50-16:00 Room #006 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Conditional Independence and Linear Algebra (JAPANESE)

[ Reference URL ]

http://www.sigmath.es.osaka-u.ac.jp/~kamatani/statseminar/2012/12.html

**TANAKA, Kentaro**(Tokyo Institute of Technology)Conditional Independence and Linear Algebra (JAPANESE)

[ Reference URL ]

http://www.sigmath.es.osaka-u.ac.jp/~kamatani/statseminar/2012/12.html

### 2012/12/05

#### PDE Real Analysis Seminar

10:30-11:30 Room #002 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Convergence to Equilibrium of Bounded Solutions with Application of Lojasiewicz-Simon's inequality (ENGLISH)

**Jie Jiang**(Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)Convergence to Equilibrium of Bounded Solutions with Application of Lojasiewicz-Simon's inequality (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

In this talk, we present the application of Lojasiewicz-Simon's inequality to the study on convergence of bounded global solutions to some evolution equations. We take a semi-linear parabolic initial-boundary problem as an example. With the help of Lojasiewicz-Simon's inequality we prove that the bounded global solution will converge to an equilibrium as time goes to infinity provided the nonlinear term is analytic in the unknown function. We also present the application of Lojasiewicz-Simon's inequality to the asymptotic behavior studies on phase-field models with Cattaneo law and chemotaxis models with volume-filling effect.

In this talk, we present the application of Lojasiewicz-Simon's inequality to the study on convergence of bounded global solutions to some evolution equations. We take a semi-linear parabolic initial-boundary problem as an example. With the help of Lojasiewicz-Simon's inequality we prove that the bounded global solution will converge to an equilibrium as time goes to infinity provided the nonlinear term is analytic in the unknown function. We also present the application of Lojasiewicz-Simon's inequality to the asymptotic behavior studies on phase-field models with Cattaneo law and chemotaxis models with volume-filling effect.

#### Operator Algebra Seminars

16:30-18:00 Room #118 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Construction of two dimensional QFT through Longo-Witten endomorphisms (JAPANESE)

**Yoh Tanimoto**(Univ. Goettingen)Construction of two dimensional QFT through Longo-Witten endomorphisms (JAPANESE)

#### Geometry Colloquium

10:30-12:00 Room #128 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Maximal torus actions on complex manifolds (JAPANESE)

**Hiroaki Ishida**(Osaka City University Advanced Mathematical Institute)Maximal torus actions on complex manifolds (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

We say that an effective action of a compact torus $T$ on a connected manifold $M$ is maximal if there is an orbit of dimension $2\\dim T-\\dim M$. In this talk, we give a one-to-one correspondence between the family of connected closed complex manifolds with maximal torus actions and the family of certain combinatorial objects, which is a generalization of the correspondence between complete nonsingular toric varieties and nonsingular complete fans. As an application, we construct a lot of concrete examples of non-K\\"{a}hler manifolds with maximal torus actions.

We say that an effective action of a compact torus $T$ on a connected manifold $M$ is maximal if there is an orbit of dimension $2\\dim T-\\dim M$. In this talk, we give a one-to-one correspondence between the family of connected closed complex manifolds with maximal torus actions and the family of certain combinatorial objects, which is a generalization of the correspondence between complete nonsingular toric varieties and nonsingular complete fans. As an application, we construct a lot of concrete examples of non-K\\"{a}hler manifolds with maximal torus actions.

#### Classical Analysis

16:00-17:30 Room #270 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

On the Riemann-Hilbert approach to the Malgrange divisor: $P_I^2$ case (ENGLISH)

**Andrei Kapaev**(SISSA, Trieste, Italy)On the Riemann-Hilbert approach to the Malgrange divisor: $P_I^2$ case (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

Equation $P_I^2$ is the second member in the hierarchy of ODEs associated with the classical Painlev\\’e first equation $P_I$ and can be solved via the Riemann-Hilbert (RH) problem approach. It is known also that solutions of equation $P_I^2$ as the functions of $x$ depending on the parameter $t$ can be used to construct a 4-parameter family of isomonodromic solutions to the KdV equation. Given the monodromy data, the set of points $(x,t)$, where the above mentioned RH problem is not solvable, is called the Malgrange divisor. The function $x=a(t)$, which parametrizes locally the Malgrange divisor, satisfies a nonlinear ODE which admits a Lax pair representation and can be also studied using an RH problem. We discuss the relations between these two kinds of the RH problems and the properties of their $t$-large genus 1 asymptotic solutions.

Equation $P_I^2$ is the second member in the hierarchy of ODEs associated with the classical Painlev\\’e first equation $P_I$ and can be solved via the Riemann-Hilbert (RH) problem approach. It is known also that solutions of equation $P_I^2$ as the functions of $x$ depending on the parameter $t$ can be used to construct a 4-parameter family of isomonodromic solutions to the KdV equation. Given the monodromy data, the set of points $(x,t)$, where the above mentioned RH problem is not solvable, is called the Malgrange divisor. The function $x=a(t)$, which parametrizes locally the Malgrange divisor, satisfies a nonlinear ODE which admits a Lax pair representation and can be also studied using an RH problem. We discuss the relations between these two kinds of the RH problems and the properties of their $t$-large genus 1 asymptotic solutions.

### 2012/12/04

#### Numerical Analysis Seminar

16:30-18:00 Room #002 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Tsunami simulation of Hakata Bay using the viscous shallow-water equations (JAPANESE)

http://www.infsup.jp/utnas/

**Hiroshi Kanayama**(Kyushu University)Tsunami simulation of Hakata Bay using the viscous shallow-water equations (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

The tsunami caused by the great East Japan earthquake gave serious damage in the coastal areas of the Tohoku district. Numerical simulation is used for damage prediction as disaster measures to these tsunami hazards. Generally in the numerical simulation about the tsunami propagation to the coast from an open sea, shallow-water equations are used. This research focuses on viscous shallow-water equations and attempts to generate a computational method using finite element techniques based on the previous investigations of Kanayama and Ohtsuka (1978). First, the viscous shallow-water equation system is derived from the Navier-Stokes equations, based on the assumption of hydrostatic pressure in the direction of gravity. Next the numerical scheme is shown. Then, tsunami simulations of Hakata Bay and Tohoku-Oki are shown using the approach. Finally, a stability condition in L2 sense for the numerical scheme of a linearized viscous shallow-water problem is introduced from Kanayama and Ushijima (1988-1989) and its actual effectiveness is discussed from the view point of practical computation. This presentation will be done in Japanese.

[ Reference URL ]The tsunami caused by the great East Japan earthquake gave serious damage in the coastal areas of the Tohoku district. Numerical simulation is used for damage prediction as disaster measures to these tsunami hazards. Generally in the numerical simulation about the tsunami propagation to the coast from an open sea, shallow-water equations are used. This research focuses on viscous shallow-water equations and attempts to generate a computational method using finite element techniques based on the previous investigations of Kanayama and Ohtsuka (1978). First, the viscous shallow-water equation system is derived from the Navier-Stokes equations, based on the assumption of hydrostatic pressure in the direction of gravity. Next the numerical scheme is shown. Then, tsunami simulations of Hakata Bay and Tohoku-Oki are shown using the approach. Finally, a stability condition in L2 sense for the numerical scheme of a linearized viscous shallow-water problem is introduced from Kanayama and Ushijima (1988-1989) and its actual effectiveness is discussed from the view point of practical computation. This presentation will be done in Japanese.

http://www.infsup.jp/utnas/

#### Tuesday Seminar on Topology

16:30-18:00 Room #056 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Conformal field theory for C2-cofinite vertex algebras (JAPANESE)

**Yoshitake Hashimoto**(Tokyo City University)Conformal field theory for C2-cofinite vertex algebras (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

This is a jount work with Akihiro Tsuchiya (Kavli IPMU).

We consider sheaves of covacua and conformal blocks over parameter spaces of n-pointed Riemann surfaces

for a vertex algebra of which the category of modules is not necessarily semi-simple.

We assume the C2-cofiniteness condition for vertex algebras.

We define "tensor product" of two modules over a C2-cofinite vertex algebra.

This is a jount work with Akihiro Tsuchiya (Kavli IPMU).

We consider sheaves of covacua and conformal blocks over parameter spaces of n-pointed Riemann surfaces

for a vertex algebra of which the category of modules is not necessarily semi-simple.

We assume the C2-cofiniteness condition for vertex algebras.

We define "tensor product" of two modules over a C2-cofinite vertex algebra.

#### Tuesday Seminar of Analysis

16:30-18:30 Room #128 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Evolution of smooth shapes and the KP hierarchy (ENGLISH)

Group of diffeomorphisms of the unit circle and sub-Riemannian geometry (ENGLISH)

**Alexander Vasiliev**(Department of Mathematics, University of Bergen, Norway) 16:30-17:30Evolution of smooth shapes and the KP hierarchy (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

We consider a homotopic evolution in the space of smooth

shapes starting from the unit circle. Based on the Loewner-Kufarev

equation we give a Hamiltonian formulation of this evolution and

provide conservation laws. The symmetries of the evolution are given

by the Virasoro algebra. The 'positive' Virasoro generators span the

holomorphic part of the complexified vector bundle over the space of

conformal embeddings of the unit disk into the complex plane and

smooth on the boundary. In the covariant formulation they are

conserved along the Hamiltonian flow. The 'negative' Virasoro

generators can be recovered by an iterative method making use of the

canonical Poisson structure. We study an embedding of the

Loewner-Kufarev trajectories into the Segal-Wilson Grassmannian,

construct the tau-function, the Baker-Akhiezer function, and finally,

give a class of solutions to the KP hierarchy, which are invariant on

Loewner-Kufarev trajectories.

We consider a homotopic evolution in the space of smooth

shapes starting from the unit circle. Based on the Loewner-Kufarev

equation we give a Hamiltonian formulation of this evolution and

provide conservation laws. The symmetries of the evolution are given

by the Virasoro algebra. The 'positive' Virasoro generators span the

holomorphic part of the complexified vector bundle over the space of

conformal embeddings of the unit disk into the complex plane and

smooth on the boundary. In the covariant formulation they are

conserved along the Hamiltonian flow. The 'negative' Virasoro

generators can be recovered by an iterative method making use of the

canonical Poisson structure. We study an embedding of the

Loewner-Kufarev trajectories into the Segal-Wilson Grassmannian,

construct the tau-function, the Baker-Akhiezer function, and finally,

give a class of solutions to the KP hierarchy, which are invariant on

Loewner-Kufarev trajectories.

**Irina Markina**(Department of Mathematics, University of Bergen, Norway) 17:30-18:30Group of diffeomorphisms of the unit circle and sub-Riemannian geometry (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

We consider the group of sense-preserving diffeomorphisms of the unit

circle and its central extension - the Virasoro-Bott group as

sub-Riemannian manifolds. Shortly, a sub-Riemannian manifold is a

smooth manifold M with a given sub-bundle D of the tangent bundle, and

with a metric defined on the sub-bundle D. The different sub-bundles

on considered groups are related to some spaces of normalized

univalent functions. We present formulas for geodesics for different

choices of metrics. The geodesic equations are generalizations of

Camassa-Holm, Huter-Saxton, KdV, and other known non-linear PDEs. We

show that any two points in these groups can be connected by a curve

tangent to the chosen sub-bundle. We also discuss the similarities and

peculiarities of the structure of sub-Riemannian geodesics on infinite

and finite dimensional manifolds.

We consider the group of sense-preserving diffeomorphisms of the unit

circle and its central extension - the Virasoro-Bott group as

sub-Riemannian manifolds. Shortly, a sub-Riemannian manifold is a

smooth manifold M with a given sub-bundle D of the tangent bundle, and

with a metric defined on the sub-bundle D. The different sub-bundles

on considered groups are related to some spaces of normalized

univalent functions. We present formulas for geodesics for different

choices of metrics. The geodesic equations are generalizations of

Camassa-Holm, Huter-Saxton, KdV, and other known non-linear PDEs. We

show that any two points in these groups can be connected by a curve

tangent to the chosen sub-bundle. We also discuss the similarities and

peculiarities of the structure of sub-Riemannian geodesics on infinite

and finite dimensional manifolds.

### 2012/12/03

#### Seminar on Geometric Complex Analysis

10:30-12:00 Room #126 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

On the geometric meaning of the maximal number

of exceptional values of Gauss maps for immersed surfaces in space forms

(JAPANESE)

**Yu Kawakami**(Yamaguchi University)On the geometric meaning of the maximal number

of exceptional values of Gauss maps for immersed surfaces in space forms

(JAPANESE)

### 2012/12/01

#### Infinite Analysis Seminar Tokyo

13:30-15:00 Room #117 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Manin matrices and quantum integrable systems (ENGLISH)

**Alexey Silantyev**(Univ. Tokyo)Manin matrices and quantum integrable systems (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

Manin matrices (known also as right quantum matrices) is a class of

matrices with non-commutative entries. The natural generalization of the

usual determinant for these matrices is so-called column determinant.

Manin matrices, their determinants and minors have the most part of the

properties possessed by the usual number matrices. Manin matrices arise

from the RLL-relations and help to find quantum analogues of Poisson

commuting traces of powers of Lax operators and to establish relations

between different types of quantum commuting families. The RLL-relations

also give us q-analogues of Manin matrices in the case of trigonometric

R-matrix (which define commutation relations for the quantum affine

algebra).

Manin matrices (known also as right quantum matrices) is a class of

matrices with non-commutative entries. The natural generalization of the

usual determinant for these matrices is so-called column determinant.

Manin matrices, their determinants and minors have the most part of the

properties possessed by the usual number matrices. Manin matrices arise

from the RLL-relations and help to find quantum analogues of Poisson

commuting traces of powers of Lax operators and to establish relations

between different types of quantum commuting families. The RLL-relations

also give us q-analogues of Manin matrices in the case of trigonometric

R-matrix (which define commutation relations for the quantum affine

algebra).

### 2012/11/30

#### Colloquium

16:30-17:30 Room #123 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

What do Siegel Eisenstein series know about all modular forms? (ENGLISH)

**Siegfried BOECHERER**(University of Tokyo)What do Siegel Eisenstein series know about all modular forms? (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

Eisenstein series came up in C.L.Siegel's famous work on quadratic forms. The main properties of such Eisensetin series such as analytic continuation and explict form of Fourier expansion are well understood. Nowadays, we use Eisenstein series of higher rank symplectic groups and their restrictions to study properties of all modular forms. I will try to survey the use of “pullbacks of Eisenstein series”: Basis problem, L-functions, p-adic properties, rationality and integrality questions.

Eisenstein series came up in C.L.Siegel's famous work on quadratic forms. The main properties of such Eisensetin series such as analytic continuation and explict form of Fourier expansion are well understood. Nowadays, we use Eisenstein series of higher rank symplectic groups and their restrictions to study properties of all modular forms. I will try to survey the use of “pullbacks of Eisenstein series”: Basis problem, L-functions, p-adic properties, rationality and integrality questions.

#### Mathematical Biology Seminar

14:30-15:30 Room #056 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Targeting control in the presence of uncertainty (ENGLISH)

**Michael Tildesley**( Infectious Disease Epidemiology (Modelling) at the University of Warwick)Targeting control in the presence of uncertainty (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

The availability of epidemiological data in the early stages of an outbreak of an infectious disease is vital to enable modellers to make accurate predictions regarding the likely spread of disease and preferred intervention strategies. However, in some countries, epidemic data are not available whilst necessary demographic data are only available at an aggregate scale. Here we investigate the ability of models of livestock infectious diseases to predict epidemic spread and optimal control policies in the event of uncertainty. We focus on investigating predictions in the presence of uncertainty regarding contact networks, demographic data and epidemiological parameters. Our results indicate that mathematical models could be utilized in regions where individual farm-level data are not available, to allow predictive analyses to be carried out regarding the likely spread of disease. This method can also be used for contingency planning in collaboration with policy makers to determine preferred control strategies in the event of a future outbreak of infectious disease in livestock.

The availability of epidemiological data in the early stages of an outbreak of an infectious disease is vital to enable modellers to make accurate predictions regarding the likely spread of disease and preferred intervention strategies. However, in some countries, epidemic data are not available whilst necessary demographic data are only available at an aggregate scale. Here we investigate the ability of models of livestock infectious diseases to predict epidemic spread and optimal control policies in the event of uncertainty. We focus on investigating predictions in the presence of uncertainty regarding contact networks, demographic data and epidemiological parameters. Our results indicate that mathematical models could be utilized in regions where individual farm-level data are not available, to allow predictive analyses to be carried out regarding the likely spread of disease. This method can also be used for contingency planning in collaboration with policy makers to determine preferred control strategies in the event of a future outbreak of infectious disease in livestock.

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