Date  Topics 
T 1/8  Green's identities for the heat operator. The Euclidean heat kernel. 
R 1/10  Green's representation formula. The Cauchy problem. Heat spheres. 
T 1/15  Mean value property for caloric functions. Maximum principles. 
R 1/17  Tychonov's uniqueness theorem. Functional calculus. 
T 1/22  Spectral resolution of the heat equation. Smoothing. Decay. Backward illposedness. 
R 1/24  Backward uniqueness. Caloric measure. Gradient estimates. 
T 1/29  LiYau Harnack inequality. 
R 1/31  Distributions. 
T 2/5  Support. Local structure of distributions. 
R 2/7  Fourier transform. Tempered distributions. 
T 2/12  Cauchy problem for wave equations. 
R 2/14  Fundamental solutions. Energy. 
T 2/19  Finite speed of propagation. Existence results. 
R 2/21  Morawetz estimate on local energy decay. 
T 2/26  The CauchyKovalevskaya theorem. 
R 2/28  Characteristics. Holmgren's uniqueness theorem. 
3/4–3/8  Study break 
T 3/12  Well posedness. Fundamental solutions. Point supported distributions. Liouville's theorem. 
R 3/14  Hypoellipticity. Laurent expansion. Convolutions. 
T 3/19  Convolution between distributions. Schwartz's theorem. 
R 3/21  MalgrangeEhrenpreis theorem. Hörmander's theorem on hypoellipticity. 
T 3/26  Petrowsky's theorem on ellipticity. 
R 3/28  Gårding hyperbolicity. Petrowsky wellposedness. 
T 4/2  Strong wellposedness. 
R 4/4  Strong hyperbolicity and Petrowsky parabolicity. 
T 4/9  Duhamel's principle. Semilinear problems. 
R 4/11  Sobolev algebras. Ladyzhenskaya inequality. NavierStokes equations. 
Date  Topics  Speaker 
F 2/22  Moser's Harnack inequality 

F 3/1  Moser's iteration 

F 3/15  Critical pLaplace equations 

F 3/22  No seminar  ~ 
F 3/29  MongeAmpère equation 

F 3/29  KPP equations 

F 4/5  Schrödinger equation 

Instructor: Dr. Gantumur Tsogtgerel
Prerequisite: MATH 580 (PDE1), MATH 355 (Honours Analysis 4) or equivalent
Note: If you plan to take this course without taking MATH 580, please consult with the instructor.
Topics:
The main focus of the course is going to be on evolution equations and nonlinear problems.
Sobolev spaces, the Fourier transform, and functional analytic methods will be heavily used.
The planned topics are
Calendar description: Systems of conservation laws and Riemann invariants. CauchyKowalevskaya theorem, powers series solutions. Distributions and transforms. Weak solutions; introduction to Sobolev spaces with applications. Elliptic equations, Fredholm theory and spectra of elliptic operators. Second order parabolic and hyperbolic equations. Further advanced topics may be included.
Homework: Assigned and graded roughly every other week.
Weakly seminars: We will organize weekly seminars on standard results from analysis and geometry, and other stuff related to the course.
Course project: The course project consists of the student reading a paper or monograph on an advanced topic, typing up notes, and giving a lecture.
Grading: Homework assignments 50% + Course project 50%.