2017 Hardcover (ISBN 9781571463449)

2017 Hardcover (ISBN 9781571463449)

Harvard CMSA Series in Mathematics

Volume 1

Nonlinear Analysis in Geometry and Applied Mathematics

Part of the program year 2015–2016 on “Nonlinear Equations” at the Harvard Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications

Editors

Lydia Bieri (University of Michigan)

Piotr T. Chruściel (University of Vienna and the Erwin Schrödinger Institute)

Shing-Tung Yau (Director of the CMSA, Harvard University)

To Be Published: 20 October 2017

Publisher: International Press of Boston, Inc.

Hardcover

164 pages

List Price: $45.00

Description

During the 2015–2016 year at Harvard University’s Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications (CMSA), several researchers working in mathematical general relativity presented lectures on modern topics of research in the field of “Non-linear Equations.” This volume presents articles—by those researchers and their co-authors—drawn from their CMSA lectures.

Specific topics include the Cauchy problem for the Einstein equations in cosmological and non-cosmological settings; investigation of stability as well as singularities (black holes) of classes of spacetimes; initial data engineering; gravitational radiation; and asymptotics of spacetimes, quasi-local energies, and their limits.

The content of this volume reflects some of the activities at the Harvard CMSA during the 2015–2016 program, and provides insights into active areas of research in mathematical general relativity that can benefit scholars working in PDEs, geometric analysis, and general relativity.

This volume is part of the Harvard CMSA Series in Mathematics book series.

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2017 Oct

9781571463449

1571463445

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hardcover

7” x 10”

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