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Periodic Report Summary 2 - IMPACT (IMPAN INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME)

Summary description of the project objectives:

The project’s aim is to attract best qualified young researchers from all over the world and offer them top expertise in diverse fields of mathematical research so as to significantly develop their scientific potential and thus stimulate their successful careers both in academia and beyond. Furthermore, the project’s objective is also to strengthen the international dimension of IMPAN’s recruitment policy to wide open its unique national fellowship programme to highly qualified researchers from abroad, and to make IMPAN an important employer on the global research job market.

Description of the work performed in the second reporting period and description of the main results achieved so far:

In the period from 01/03/2015 to 28/02/2017, we hired two new highly qualified young researchers: Dr Colin Mrozinski (France) and Dr Karen Strung (Canada). They conduct their scientific research at our Institute, publish results of their work, participate in important conferences all over the world, thus disseminating their knowledge.

The participants of the programme have achieved the following results (i.e. papers published or waiting for publication):
1. Van Luong Nguyen, Weak Sharp Solutions for Nonsmooth Variational Inequalities. J. Optim. Theory Appl.
2. Van Luong Nguyen, Frechet analysis for a minimum time function in normed spaces. J. Nonlinear Convex Anal.
3. Van Luong Nguyen, Variational analysis for the bilateral minimal time function. J. Convex Anal.
4. Van Luong Nguyen, Variational Analysis and Regularity of the Minimum Time Function for Differential Inclusions, SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization 54 (2016) 2235 -2258. Article in a journal covered by Science Citation Index.
5. Van Luong Nguyen (with Suliman Al-Homidan; Qamrul Hasan Ansari), Finite convergence analysis and weak sharp solutions for variational inequalities, Optimization letters.
6. Van Luong Nguyen, Variational analysis for the bilateral minimal time function, Journal of Convex Analysis.
7. Van Luong Nguyen, Local regularity for the value function of the optimal exit time problem, Novel Directions in Optimization, Control and Games with Applications.
8. Liviana Palmisano, Quasi-Symmetric Conjugacy for Circle Maps with a Flat Interval, arXiv:1510.01703.
9. Liviana Palmisano, A Denjoy counterexample for circle maps with a flat interval, arXiv:1509.05994.
10. Liviana Palmisano, Ergodic properties of bimodal circle maps, arXiv:1601.06807
11. Michal Doucha, On the structure of Lipschitz-free spaces, arXiv:1505.07209.
12. Michal Doucha, An example of a non-commutative uniform Banach group, arXiv:1504.05841.
13. Michal Doucha, Universal and homogeneous structures on the Urysohn and Gurarij spaces, arXiv:1503.05204.
14. Colin Mrozinski, Réamonn Ó Buachalla, A Borel-Weil Theorem for the Quantum Grassmannians, arXiv:1611.07969
15. Réamonn Ó Buachalla, Noncommutative Kähler Structures on Quantum Homogeneous Spaces, arXiv:1602.08484
16. Karen Strung, Nuclear dimension and classification of C*-algebras associated to Smale spaces, arXiv:1601.02432, paper will appear in Trans. Amer. Math. Soc., 2016.

Three calls were planned for the whole duration of the project. Two calls took place in the previous reporting period. The last call was open until 16 March 2015. There were 16 applications submitted and we hired two researchers.

The address of the project public website:

https://www.impan.pl/~impact/

Reported by

INSTYTUT MATEMATYCZNY POLSKIEJ AKADEMII NAUK.
Poland

Subjects

Life Sciences
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