April 4, 2024

11:30AM - 12:30PM

Smith Lab 2180

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`2024-04-04 11:30:00``2024-04-04 12:30:00``Modular uniform convexity structures and application to boundary value problems``Title: Modular uniform convexity structures and application to boundary value problemsSpeaker: Osvaldo Mendez (University of Texas El Paso)Speaker's URL: https://hb2504.utep.edu/Home/Profile?username=osmendezAbstract: Since the publication of the seminal paper by Clarkson (1936), uniform convexity has been a concept historically associated to a norm. In this talk, a class of boundary value problems will be introduced (and solved) whose understanding requires the consideration of uniform convexity in a far more general setting. Open problems will be discussed.URL associated with Seminar: https://u.osu.edu/aots/``Smith Lab 2180``OSU ASC Drupal 8``ascwebservices@osu.edu``America/New_York``public`Date Range

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`2024-04-04 11:30:00``2024-04-04 12:30:00``Modular uniform convexity structures and application to boundary value problems``Title: Modular uniform convexity structures and application to boundary value problemsSpeaker: Osvaldo Mendez (University of Texas El Paso)Speaker's URL: https://hb2504.utep.edu/Home/Profile?username=osmendezAbstract: Since the publication of the seminal paper by Clarkson (1936), uniform convexity has been a concept historically associated to a norm. In this talk, a class of boundary value problems will be introduced (and solved) whose understanding requires the consideration of uniform convexity in a far more general setting. Open problems will be discussed.URL associated with Seminar: https://u.osu.edu/aots/``Smith Lab 2180``Department of Mathematics``math@osu.edu``America/New_York``public`**Title: **Modular uniform convexity structures and application to boundary value problems**Speaker: **Osvaldo Mendez (University of Texas El Paso)**Speaker's URL**: https://hb2504.utep.edu/Home/Profile?username=osmendez**Abstract: **Since the publication of the seminal paper by Clarkson (1936), uniform convexity has been a concept historically associated to a norm. In this talk, a class of boundary value problems will be introduced (and solved) whose understanding requires the consideration of uniform convexity in a far more general setting. Open problems will be discussed.

**URL associated with Seminar: **https://u.osu.edu/aots/