Smoothing and Long Time Behaviour in Infinite Interacting Systems
Speaker:Prof. Boguslaw ZEGARLINSKI
Director of CNRS of Toulouse and Professor of Faculty of Natural Sciences
Imperial College
London
Date & Time:30 Mar 2016 (Wednesday) 11:00 - 12:00
Venue:E11-1040
Organized by:Department of Mathematics

Abstract

This will be about dissipative dynamics with Hoermander and Dunkl type generators. We will show the ergodicity and smoothing effect.

Biography

Prof. Boguslaw Zegarlinski is the full professor at Imperial College London and the director of CNRS of Toulouse, he is mainly working on interacting particle system and stochastic analysis. Prof. Zegarlinski solved two important long standing open problems, one is Markov property of quantum fields, the other is log-Sobolev inequality of infinite spin systems, which is now called Stroock-Zegarlinski Theory and fundamental to Gibbs sampling.