## Seminars of LAMA

Four regular seminars take place at LAMA, in the seminar room, first floor of the building Le Chablais, (see How to come ?).

Weekly seminars:

- Seminar of the EDPs
^{2}team, usually on Fridays, at 3pm. - Seminar of the Geometry team, usually on Thursdays, at 14pm.
- Seminar of the LIMD team, usually on Thursdays, at 10:15, common with the Plume team (ENS Lyon).

Others seminars

- Department’s seminar
- Seminar of phd students
- The CMI seminar: It welcomes a researcher presenting its work to student following the Master Ingenior Cursus (CMI).
- Seminars of the labs members of the MARA federation:

## Next seminars:

**LAMAThursday 20th February 2020 at 14h
**
Paolo Salani
(Univ Firenze, Italy),
*Geometric-Analityc inequalities (and applications to PDEs)*

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Many of the most important results in mathematics are based on some inequality, of geometric or analytic nature. On the other hand, this separation between geometry and analysis is not sharp and the most intriguing inequalities are indeed the ones that have a mixed nature and enhance the interplay of the two realms. Moreover, many apparently purely geometric inequalities have some powerful functional counterpart, like for instance the Isoperimetric Inequality and Sobolev Inequality. I will try to give some general overview on geometric-analytic inequalities and will concentrate on one of them, precisely the Brunn-Minkowski inequality, an apparently geometric inequality which is at the core of modern convex geometry, and on its functional counterpart, the Borell-Brascamp-Lieb inequality. And also possibly show some applications to PDEs.

**EDPs²Friday 31st January 2020 at 14h
**
Marco Picasso
(EPFL, Laussane),
*Eléments finis anisotropes*

**LIMDThursday 30th January 2020 at 10h
**
Luc Pellissier
(Inria et LIX),
*TBA*

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TBA

**LaboThursday 20th February 2020 at 14h
**
Paolo Salani
(Univ Firenze, Italy),
*Geometric-Analityc inequalities (and applications to PDEs)*

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Many of the most important results in mathematics are based on some inequality, of geometric or analytic nature. On the other hand, this separation between geometry and analysis is not sharp and the most intriguing inequalities are indeed the ones that have a mixed nature and enhance the interplay of the two realms. Moreover, many apparently purely geometric inequalities have some powerful functional counterpart, like for instance the Isoperimetric Inequality and Sobolev Inequality. I will try to give some general overview on geometric-analytic inequalities and will concentrate on one of them, precisely the Brunn-Minkowski inequality, an apparently geometric inequality which is at the core of modern convex geometry, and on its functional counterpart, the Borell-Brascamp-Lieb inequality. And also possibly show some applications to PDEs.

**CMIThursday 23rd January 2020 at 13h
**
Romain Joly
(Institut Fourier, Université Grenoble Alpes),
*Les oscillations de Joseph Fourier*

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Joseph Fourier a vécu une vie mouvementée entre révolution française, expédition en Egypte, perçage de la route du Lautaret et académie des sciences. Il est surtout connu pour ses travaux en physique (équation de la chaleur, première discussion sur l'influence de l'homme sur l'effet de serre à l'échelle de la planète...) et en mathématique (la transformation qui porte son nom étant présente dans de très nombreuses applications, dont les fichiers mp3 et les images jpeg). Dans cet exposé, nous présenterons sa vie et son oeuvre et nous aborderons la transformation de Fourier à travers des images, des sons et un piano qui parle.