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Sparse bounds for pseudodifferential operators
(2018)We prove sparse bounds for pseudodifferential operators associated to H\"ormander symbol classes. Our sparse bounds are sharp up to the endpoint and rely on a single scale analysis. As a consequence, we deduce a range of ... 
Spectral asymptotics for $\delta$interactions on sharp cones
(2017)We investigate the spectrum of threedimensional Schr\"odinger operators with $\delta$interactions of constant strength supported on circular cones. As shown in earlier works, such operators have infinitely many eigenvalues ... 
Spectral asymptotics of the Dirichlet Laplacian in a conical layer
(20150501)The spectrum of the Dirichlet Laplacian on conical layers is analysed through two aspects: the infiniteness of the discrete eigenvalues and their expansions in the small aperture limit. On the one hand, we prove that, for ... 
Spectral stability of Schrödinger operators with subordinated complex potentials
(20180628)We prove that the spectrum of Schroedinger operators in three dimensions is purely continuous and coincides with the nonnegative semiaxis for all potentials satisfying a formsubordinate smallness condition. By developing ... 
Spectral Transitions for AharonovBohm Laplacians on Conical Layers
(20160711)We consider the Laplace operator in a tubular neighbourhood of a conical surface of revolution, subject to an AharonovBohm magnetic field supported on the axis of symmetry and Dirichlet boundary conditions on the boundary ... 
Static and Dynamical, Fractional Uncertainty Principles
(202103)We study the process of dispersion of lowregularity solutions to the Schrödinger equation using fractional weights (observables). We give another proof of the uncertainty principle for fractional weights and use it to get ... 
A strategy for selfadjointness of Dirac operators: Applications to the MIT bag model and deltashell interactions
(20161221)We develop an approach to prove selfadjointness of Dirac operators with boundary or transmission conditions at a $C^2$compact surface without boundary. To do so we are lead to study the layer potential induced by the ... 
The dynamics of vortex filaments with corners
(20150701)This paper focuses on surveying some recent results obtained by the author together with V. Banica on the evolution of a vortex filament with one corner according to the socalled binormal flow. The case of a regular polygon ... 
The initial value problem for the binormal flow with rough data
(20151231)In this article we consider the initial value problem of the binormal flow with initial data given by curves that are regular except at one point where they have a corner. We prove that under suitable conditions on the ... 
The Vortex Filament Equation as a Pseudorandom Generator
(20150801)In this paper, we consider the evolution of the socalled vortex filament equation (VFE), $$ X_t = X_s \wedge X_{ss},$$ taking a planar regular polygon of M sides as initial datum. We study VFE from a completely novel ... 
Threedimensional coarsening dynamics of a conserved, nematic liquid crystalisotropic fluid mixture
(201709)We present a numerical investigation of the threedimensional coarsening dynamics of a nematic liquid crystalisotropic fluid mixture using a conserved phase field model. The model is a coupled system for a generalized ... 
Uniqueness and Properties of Distributional Solutions of Nonlocal Equations of Porous Medium Type
(20160901)We study the uniqueness, existence, and properties of bounded distributional solutions of the initial value problem for the anomalous diffusion equation $\partial_tu\mathcal{L}^\mu [\varphi (u)]=0$. Here $\mathcal{L}^\mu$ ... 
Uniqueness properties for discrete equations and Carleman estimates
(20170325)Using Carleman estimates, we give a lower bound for solutions to the discrete Schrödinger equation in both dynamic and stationary settings that allows us to prove uniqueness results, under some assumptions on the decay of ... 
Uniqueness Properties of Solutions to the BenjaminOno equation and related models
(20190131)We prove that if u1, u2 are solutions of the Benjamin Ono equation defined in (x, t) ∈ R × [0, T ] which agree in an open set Ω ⊂ R × [0,T], then u1 ≡ u2. We extend this uniqueness result to a general class of equations ... 
Uniqueness properties of solutions to the BenjaminOno equation and related models
(20200315)We prove that if u1,u2 are real solutions of the BenjaminOno equation defined in (x,t)∈R×[0,T] which agree in an open set Ω⊂R×[0,T], then u1≡u2. We extend this uniqueness result to a general class of equations of BenjaminOno ... 
Variable coefficient Wolfftype inequalities and sharp local smoothing estimates for wave equations on manifolds
(2018)The sharp Wolfftype decoupling estimates of BourgainDemeter are extended to the variable coefficient setting. These results are applied to obtain new sharp local smoothing estimates for wave equations on compact Riemannian ... 
Variable Lorentz estimate for nonlinear elliptic equations with partially regular nonlinearities
(20180215)We prove global Calder\'onZygmund type estimate in Lorentz spaces for variable power of the gradients to weak solution of nonlinear elliptic equations in a nonsmooth domain. We mainly assume that the nonlinearities are ... 
Vortex filament equation for a regular polygon
(20141231)In this paper, we study the evolution of the vortex filament equation,$$ X_t = X_s \wedge X_{ss},$$with $X(s, 0)$ being a regular planar polygon. Using algebraic techniques, supported by full numerical simulations, we give ... 
Vortex Filament Equation for a regular polygon in the hyperbolic plane
(20200709)The aim of this article is twofold. First, we show the evolution of the vortex filament equation (VFE) for a regular planar polygon in the hyperbolic space. Unlike in the Euclidean space, the planar polygon is open and ... 
Vortex Filament Equation for some Regular Polygonal Curves
(20200615)One of the most interesting phenomena in fluid literature is the occurrence and evolution of vortex filaments. Some of their examples in the real world are smoke rings, whirlpools, and tornadoes. For an ideal fluid, there ...