Thoughts on Regularity Structures

Felix Otto (MPI MiS Leipzig)

Nov 04. 2022, 15:00 — 15:45

Hairer’s regularity structures provide a general framework for a solution theory for partial differential equations driven by a noise that is so rough that the nonlinearity requires a renormalization. The notions (like the structure group) and tools (like modelled distributions) are surprisingly versatile and not tied to the combinatorics of decorated trees and diagrams, but extend to more top-down ways of organizing renormalization. In fact, they are in harmony with a more analytic approach, based on taking derivatives with respect to the constitutive law defining the nonlinearity and with respect to the noise (Malliavin derivative).

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ESI Boltzmann Lecture Hall
Associated Event:
ESI Medal Award Ceremony 2022 (Symposium)
Christoph Dellago (U of Vienna)