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DESCRIPTION:Linear and Multilinear Spherical Maximal Functions\n\nDate: \n
\nThursday\, December 3\, 2020 - 10:00am\n\nSpeaker: \n\nGeorgios Ntosidis
\nAdvisor: Professor Loukas Grafakos\n\n\n\n\nZoom link: https://umsystem.
zoom.us/j/5738824878\n\n\nEvent Type: \n\nPhD Defense Presentations
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SUMMARY:Linear and Multilinear Spherical Maximal Functions
URL;TYPE=URI:https://www.math.missouri.edu/event/linear-and-multilinear-sph
erical-maximal-functions
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DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\nFriday\, December 4\, 2020 - 3:00pm\n\nSpeaker: \n\nJ
uhi Jang\n\n\n\n\nAbstract: A classical model to describe the dynamics of
Newtonian stars is the gravitational Euler-Poisson system. The Euler-Poiss
on system admits a wide range of star solutions that are in equilibrium or
expand for all time or collapse in a finite time or rotate. In this talk\
, I will discuss some recent progress on those star solutions with focus o
n expansion and collapse.\n\n\nPlease access the talk through the Research
Seminars page ( https://researchseminars.org/seminar/MO_Analysis )\; you
will need to register for a free account. If you have any difficulty\, ple
ase contact Samuel Walsh (walshsa@missouri.edu).\n\n\nEvent Type: \n\nMU-M
ST Joint Analysis Seminar
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SUMMARY:Dynamics of Newtonian stars
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DESCRIPTION:The Fiery Trigon\n\nDate: \n\nFriday\, December 4\, 2020 - 3:00
pm\n\nSpeaker: \n\nRonald Boain\n\n\n\n\nOn 21 December 2020\, astronomers
around the world will have the opportunity to observe one of the long run
ning 'Great Conjunctions' between Jupiter and Saturn which occurs every tw
enty years. This even has more historical and astrological significance t
han importance to the modern study of astronomy and astrophysics. Yet few
textbook even mention this phenomenon or the long record of observations
extending back well over a thousand years.\n\n\nThis talk will provide an
explanation of the underlying physical causes of this twenty year occurren
ce and the reason for the next conjunction in the sequence being shifted a
pproximately 120 backwards along the ecliptic. Additionally\, it will pr
ovide an observer's guide to witnessing this year's optical conjunction on
December 21st.\n\n\nNext\, this talk will link the long series of Great C
onjunctions to an event in the life of Johannes Kepler when\, in 1595\, he
thought he had quite by accident discovered an insight to God's line of r
easoning for creating a solar system with just six planets. Kepler's inte
rest in the Great Conjunctions persisted and in 1603 he coined the term: '
fiery trigon' and drew a diagram of it in his book: De Stella Nova.\n\n\nF
inally\, Kepler was so inspired with his 1595 revelation that he wrote his
first major book on astronomy: Mysterium Cosmographicum (c. 1596)\, which
is important because it caught the eye of Tycho Brahe and later led to th
e two of them becoming colleagues.\n\n\nZoom link: https://umsystem.zoom.u
s/j/94617117774 (Meeting ID: 946 1711 7774)\n\n\nEvent Type: \n\nAstrophys
ics-Relativity Seminars
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SUMMARY:The Fiery Trigon
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