Department of Mathematics

Colloquium

  •  Aaron Naber, Northwestern University
  •  Introduction to the Energy Identity for Yang-Mills
  •  09/19/2019
  •  4:10 PM - 5:00 PM
  •  C304 Wells Hall

In this talk we give an introduction to the analysis of the Yang-Mills equation in higher dimensions. In particular, when studying sequences of solutions we will study the manner in which blow up can occur, and how this blow up may be understood through the classical notions of the defect measure and bubbles. The energy identity is an explicit conjectural relationship relating the energy density of the defect measure at a point to the bubbles which occur at that point. This talk is introductory and we will spend most of our time understanding the words of this abstract. If time permits we will briefly discuss the ideas needed to prove this conjecture and the related $W^{2,1}$-conjecture. The work is joint with Daniele Valtorta.

 

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