Prof. Dr. Georg Dolzmann, Universität Regensburg
Tuesday, September 14, 2021, Regensburg
Abstract: We will review basic notions from topology as they are known form Euclidean space and we will see how these definitions work in infinite dimensional spaces.
Prof. Dr. Bernd Schmidt, Universität Augsburg
Wednesday - Friday, September 15 -17, 2021, Augsburg
Abstract: We will provide some basic insight into function spaces that are used to describe mathematical models of engineering processes. We begin with classical examples (spaces of continuous and differentiable functions and spaces of sequences). We then review some basics on measures and the Lebesgue integration on $\mathbb R^n$ and finally discuss $L^p$ spaces.
Prof. Dr. Dorothee Knees, Universität Kassel
Tuesday - Wednesday, September 21 - 22, 2021, Kassel
Abstract: The lecture will give an application oriented introduction to Sobolev
spaces. We will discuss the concept of weak derivatives, basic
calculation rules for Sobolev functions and relations between Sobolev
functions of different types. And - most important of all - we will see
why this class of functions is so important for solving partial