The Infinity-Laplace Equation
Student No.:50
Time:Tue/Fri 13:00-14:50, 2014-05-09 ~ 2014-05-30
Instructor:Peter Lindqvist  [Norwegian University of Science and Technology]
Place:Conference Room 1, Floor 1, jin Chun Yuan West Building
Starting Date:2014-5-9
Ending Date:2014-5-30

Lecture on 5.30 (Fri) will be changed to 5.28 (Wed) 15:10-17:00, room 1, floor 1 




The Infinity-Laplace Equation is a fascinating one. Its solutions provide the optimalLipschitzextension of the boundary values to a domain. It also appears in image processing, has connections to game theory (a game called Tug-of-War replaces the Brownian motion known for the ordinary Laplace operator) and it has a strange mean value property. The modern theory of viscosity solutions is needed, and so also the basics of this important concept will be lectured.





Advanced undergraduate students and graduate students.

A basic course in Partial Differential Equations. The Lebesgue integral. Some knowledge of Sobolev Spaces is an advantage.