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Anomalous Dissipation and the Strong Onsager Conjecture

  • Matthew Novack (Purdue University, USA)
E2 10 (Leon-Lichtenstein)

Abstract

In these lectures, we will outline a proof of the strong $L^3$ Onsager conjecture, which posits the existence of solutions to the incompressible 3D Euler equations belonging to $B^{\frac{1}{3}-}_{3,\infty}$ and satisfying a local energy inequality. These talks are based on joint works with Hyunju Kwon and Vikram Giri.

Titles for the Individual Days
JUNE 19 - Anomalous dissipation and the local energy inequality
JUNE 20 - $L^3$ convex integration
JUNE 21 - From Fourier series to wavelet series
JUNE 22 - Error estimates
JUNE 23 - Intermittent pressure

Please find the recorded sessions here:
www.youtube.com/playlist

Links

Anne Dornfeld

MPI for Mathematics in the Sciences Contact via Mail

Dallas Albritton

Princeton University

Sam G. Krupa

MPI for Mathematics in the Sciences Contact via Mail

László Székelyhidi

MPI for Mathematics in the Sciences Contact via Mail