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Reconstruction from boundary measurements for less regular conductivities
(20161001)In this paper, following Nachman's idea [14] and Haberman and Tataru's idea [9], we reconstruct $C^1$ conductivity $\gamma$ or Lipchitz conductivity $\gamma$ with small enough value of $\nabla log\gamma$ in a Lipschitz ... 
Reconstruction of the Derivative of the Conductivity at the Boundary
(201908)We describe a method to reconstruct the conductivity and its normal derivative at the boundary from the knowledge of the potential and current measured at the boundary. This boundary determination implies the uniqueness ... 
Regularity of fractional maximal functions through Fourier multipliers
(2018)We prove endpoint bounds for derivatives of fractional maximal functions with either smooth convolution kernel or lacunary set of radii in dimensions $n \geq 2$. We also show that the spherical fractional maximal function ... 
Regularity of maximal functions on Hardy–Sobolev spaces
(20181201)We prove that maximal operators of convolution type associated to smooth kernels are bounded in the homogeneous Hardy–Sobolev spaces H1,p(Rd) when p > d/(d + 1). This range of exponents is sharp. As a byproduct of the ... 
Relativistic Hardy Inequalities in Magnetic Fields
(20141231)We deal with Dirac operators with external homogeneous magnetic fields. Hardytype inequalities related to these operators are investigated: for a suitable class of transversal magnetic fields, we prove a Hardy inequality ... 
The relativistic spherical $\delta$shell interaction in $\mathbb{R}^3$: spectrum and approximation
(20170803)This note revolves on the free Dirac operator in $\mathbb{R}^3$ and its $\delta$shell interaction with electrostatic potentials supported on a sphere. On one hand, we characterize the eigenstates of those couplings by ... 
RESTRICTED TESTING FOR POSITIVE OPERATORS
(2020)We prove that for certain positive operators T, such as the HardyLittlewood maximal function and fractional integrals, there is a constant D>1, depending only on the dimension n, such that the two weight norm inequality ... 
Reverse Hölder Property for Strong Weights and General Measures
(20160630)We present dimensionfree reverse Hölder inequalities for strong $A^{\ast}_p$ weights, $1 \le p < \infty$. We also provide a proof for the full range of local integrability of $A^{\ast}_1$ weights. The common ingredient ... 
Riemann's nondifferentiable function and the binormal curvature flow
(20200714)We make a connection between a famous analytical object introduced in the 1860s by Riemann, as well as some variants of it, and a nonlinear geometric PDE, the binormal curvature flow. As a consequence this analytical object ... 
Robust numerical methods for nonlocal (and local) equations of porous medium type. Part I: Theory
(2019)Abstract. We develop a unified and easy to use framework to study robust fully discrete numerical methods for nonlinear degenerate diffusion equations ∂tu − Lσ,μ[φ(u)] = f(x,t) in RN × (0,T), where Lσ,μ is a general ... 
Robust numerical methods for nonlocal (and local) equations of porous medium type. Part II: Schemes and experiments
(2018)\noindent We develop a unified and easy to use framework to study robust fully discrete numerical methods for nonlinear degenerate diffusion equations $$ \partial_t u\mathfrak{L}[\varphi(u)]=f(x,t) \qquad\text{in}\qquad ... 
Rotational smoothing
(20220105)Rotational smoothing is a phenomenon consisting in a gain of regularity by means of averaging over rotations. This phenomenon is present in operators that regularize only in certain directions, in contrast to operators ... 
A Scaling Limit from the Wave Map to the Heat Flow Into S2
(20190708)In this paper we study a limit connecting a scaled wave map with the heat flow into the unit sphere 𝕊2. We show quantitatively how the two equations are connected by means of an initial layer correction. This limit is ... 
Scattering with criticallysingular and δshell potentials
(2019)The authors consider a scattering problem for electric potentials that have a component which is critically singular in the sense of Lebesgue spaces, and a component given by a measure supported on a compact Lipschitz ... 
The Schrödinger equation and Uncertainty Principles
(202009)The main task of this thesis is the analysis of the initial data u0 of Schrödinger’s initial value problem in order to determine certain properties of its dynamical evolution. First we consider the elliptic Schrödinger ... 
SelfAdjoint Extensions for the Dirac Operator with CoulombType Spherically Symmetric Potentials
(2018)We describe the selfadjoint realizations of the operator $H:=i\alpha\cdot \nabla + m\beta + \mathbb V(x)$, for $m\in\mathbb R $, and $\mathbb V(x)= x^{1} ( \nu \mathbb{I}_4 +\mu \beta i \lambda \alpha\cdot{x}/{x}\,\beta)$, ... 
Selfadjointness of twodimensional Dirac operators on corner domains
(20210101)We investigate the selfadjointness of the twodimensional Dirac operator D, with quantumdot and Lorentzscalar ishell boundary conditions, on piecewise C2 domains (with finitely many corners). For both models, we prove ... 
Selfsimilar dynamics for the modified Kortewegde Vries equation
(20190409)We prove a local well posedness result for the modified Kortewegde Vries equa tion in a critical space designed so that is contains selfsimilar solutions. As a consequence, we can study the flow of this equation around ... 
Sensitivity of twin boundary movement to sample orientation and magnetic field direction in NiMnGa
(2019)When applying a magnetic field parallel or perpendicular to the long edge of a parallelepiped Ni MnGa stick, twin boundaries move instantaneously or gradullay through the sample. We evaluate the sample shape dependence ... 
Sharp bounds for the ratio of modified Bessel functions
(20170621)Let $I_{\nu }\left( x\right) $ be the modified Bessel functions of the first kind of order $\nu $, and $S_{p,\nu }\left( x\right) =W_{\nu }\left( x\right) ^{2}2pW_{\nu }\left( x\right) x^{2}$ with $W_{\nu }\left( x\right) ...