- Lecturer: Felix Otto
- Date: Wednesday, 09:15 - 11:00
- Room: MPI MiS, A3 01
- Language: English
- Target audience: MSc students, PhD students, Postdocs
- Prerequisites: Basic knowledge in elliptic differential equations is helpful, but the course is self-contained in the sense that it provides an independent introduction into Calderon-Zygmund theory, for instance.
Stochastic homogenization is about the effective large-scale behavior of random heterogeneous media. I will mostly focus on the homogenization of elliptic equations in divergence-form. One focus is on a large-scale regularity theory, in particular Calderon-Zygmund theory (estimates in Lp-spaces) and Schauder theory (estimates in Hölder spaces).