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Axioms Webinar | The Navier-Stokes Problem

17 Jan 2022, 17:00 (CET)

Axioms, Navier Stokes Problem, Mathematics
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1st Axioms Webinar

The Navier-Stokes Problem

The Navier-Stokes (NS) equations are 200 years old. There are many papers and books on the NS equations. The topic of this meeting: Is the Navier-Stokes problem (NSP) in R3 physically and mathematically correct? This is a new formulation of one of the millennium problems. What does physical correctness mean? It means that there are no consequences of the basic equations that contradict physical assumptions. What does mathematical correctness mean? It means that the solution to the NSP exists in some space X for all times, is unique in X and is smooth if the data are smooth.
My goal at this meeting is to prove that the NSP problem is neither physically nor mathematically is correct. This proof mathematically correct sketched in my papers [1–4].

[1] A.G.Ramm, The Navier-Stokes problem, Morgan&Claypool publishers, 2021.
[2] A.G.Ramm, Theory of hyper-singular integrals and its application to the Navier-Stokes problem, Contrib. Math.,2, (2020), 47-54. open access journal
[3] A.G.Ramm, Comments on the Navier-Stokes problem, Axioms, (2021), 10, 95. open access journal
[4] A.G.Ramm, Navier-Stokes equations paradox, Reports on Mathematical Physics, 88, N.1, (2021), 41-45.

Date: 17 January 2022

Time: 5:00pm CET | 8:00am PST | 11:00am EST | 12:00am CST Asia (18 January 2022)

Webinar ID: 823 7642 3341

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Department of Mathematics, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, USA

Alexander G. Ramm (born 1940 in St. Petersburg, Russia) is an American mathematician. He obtained a B.S. degree in mathematics in 1959 and an M.S. degree in 1961 both at Leningrad State University. Then he received a Ph.D. degree from Moscow State University in 1964 and Dr. Sci. in 1972 at the Mathematics Institute Academy of Science, Minsk. Ramm taught at Leningrad Institute of Precision Mechanics and Optics from 1962 to 1979. He was a visiting professor and research scientist at the University of Michigan in 1979–1981. He has been a professor at Kansas State University since 1981, and lectured at many universities and research centers around the world.

Invited Speaker

Institute of Mathematics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Praha 1, Czech Republic

Education: 1988 - 1991 PhD student, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, CSc. degree (PhD equivalent) 1991 1983 - 1988 Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague, RNDr. degree 1988 Academic Career: 2013 DSc. (Doctor of Sciences), Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic 2010 Habilitation - Diriger des Recherches del’Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour (France) Appointments and professional activities: 2010 - Head of the Department of Evolution Differential Equations, Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Sciences 1995 - 2010 Researcher, Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Sciences 1991 - 1995 Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague Fellowships and Awards: 2018 Giovanni Prodi Chair, University of Würzburg, Germany 2008 - 2015 each year one month Research fellow position in the Atomique Energie Commission C.E.A, Bruéres de Châtel, France 2003, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2014 visiting professor, Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour, France 2002, 2011 visiting professor, Université de Toulone et du Var, France 2003 Wichterle prize - awarded by the Czech Academy of Sciences 2000 one semester visiting professor position, University of Pittsburgh, USA 1999 one year research position, Institute Superior Tecnico, Lisbon, and CIM, Coimbra, Portugal (under supervision of Prof. Sequeira) 1998, 2 months research position, Northern Illionis University, USA 1993 - 1994 postdoctoral fellow

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Time in CET

Time in PST

Prof. Dr. Alexander Ramm

Chair Introduction

5:00 - 5:05 pm

8:00 - 8:05 am

Prof. Dr. Alexander Ramm

Analysis of the Navier-Stokes Problem

5:05 - 5:50 pm

8:05 - 8:50 am


5:50 - 6:05 pm

8:50 - 9:05 am

Prof. Dr. Šárka Nečasová

On the Problem of Weak Solutions of a Compressible Viscous Fluid

6:05 - 6:35 pm

9:05 - 9:35 am


6:35 - 6:50 pm

9:35 - 9:50 am

Closing of Webinar
Prof. Dr. Alexander Ramm

6:50 - 7:00 pm

9:50 - 10:00 am

Relevant SI

Guest Editor: Prof. Dr. Alexander G. Ramm
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 28 February 2022

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