Welcome to the Department of Mathematics


ברכות לפרופ' חיים ברזיס

על קבלת דוקטור כבוד מהאוניברסיטה הלאומית הטכנולוגית של אתונה.

Congratualations to Michael Khanevsky

Who was awarded the prestigious Azrieli Faculty Fellowship for academic and research excellence.

The fellowship is awarded to 8 young faculty who are to receive their first full-time faculty appointment at an Israeli university during the academic year 2016-17.

Out of these 8 young faculty, 3 are from the Technion!

 Kol hakavod Michael,


Erdos Prize 2016

Congratulations to Emanuel Milman for being awarded the Erdos Prize for the year 2016!!

This is a great achievement of Emanuel.


Post Doc Trip to Agamon Hula
Faculty Activities
PDE and Applied Mathematics Seminar - Cyril Tintarev, Uppsala University
26/07/2016, Tuesday, 14:30
Type : Seminar
Name : PDE and Applied Mathematics Seminar
Title : Scaling transformations in definitions of spaces, convergence and inequalities
Speaker : Cyril Tintarev, Uppsala University
Place : Amado 814, Technion

Scaling transformations (translations and dilations) are known to define wavelet bases, give equivalent definitions of important functional spaces, and prove optimal inequalities. We will summarize some known results in the Euclidean case and on nilpotent Lie groups, and discuss the work in progress dealing with analogous transformations on manifolds, where scaling is defined via the Green's function of Laplace-Beltrami operator. Preliminary results include sharp inequalities of Caffarelli-Kohn-Nirenberg type on the hyperbolic space. The work involves collaborations with L. Skrzypczak and K. Sandeep.

Submitted by : Baptiste Devyver, devyver@tx.technion.ac.il
Event № : 247
MSc Seminar - Idan Versano
02/08/2016, Tuesday, 13:30
Type : Seminar
Name : MSc Seminar
Title : Localized states of non-local Cahn-Hilliard equations
Speaker : Idan Versano
Place : Amado 719, Technion

Advisor: Nir Gavish

Abstract:  The non-local Cahn-Hilliard (Ohta-Kawasaki) equation manifests spatio-temporal behaviors driven by competing short-range forces and long-range Coulombic interactions. These models

are often being employed to study di-block copolymers, and for renewable energy applications that are based on complex nano-materials, such as ionic liquids and polyelectrolyte membranes. Asymmetric properties between different materials, e.g, phase-dependent permittivity and tilted free energy potential, are included in extended Ohta-Kawasaki model.

 Using perturbation  methods and numerical continuation methods, we study the distinct solution families of Ohta-Kawasaki equations. Specifically, we focus on spatially localized states in 1-space dimensions, and show that in gradient coupled parabolic and elliptic PDEs (phase separation coupled to electrostatics), 1D homoclinic snaking appears as not-slanted and describe the dependence of localized stripes vs. hexagons, on the domain size.

Submitted by : Shiri Kaplan-Shabat, mathsec@tx.technion.ac.il
Event № : 300
Center for Mathematical Sciences Activities
20/07/2016, Wednesday, 09:00 - 26/07/2016, Tuesday, 17:00
Type : Workshop
Name : Summer Workshop
Title : Algebraic, Topological & Combinatorial Approaches to Aut (F_n)-Summer School 2016
Speaker :
Place : Amado 232, Technion
Submitted by : cms@math.technion.ac.il
Event № : 122
25/09/2016, Sunday, 08:00 - 30/09/2016, Friday, 14:00
Type : Workshop
Name : CMS
Title : Summer Projects in Mathematics at the Technion
Speaker :
Place : Amado, 232, Technion


Sunday-Thursday, September 25-30

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Submitted by : cms@math.technion.ac.il
Event № : 228
29/09/2016, Thursday, 09:00 - 19:30
Type : Seminar
Name : CMS
Title : A PDE day with Professor Louis Nirenberg
Speaker :
Place : Auditorium 232, Amado Building, Technion
Submitted by : cms@math.technion.ac.il
Event № : 181