There are two running seminars organized by the Analysis group, the Analysis Seminar (on Wednesdays at 1pm, and featuring external speakers) and the Junior Analysis Seminar (entirely organized by our graduate students, on Fridays at 1pm), that are listed here.

The RTG grant adds to these two seminars three activities: the Summer Program in PDE, which is organized yearly, and whose inaugural 2020 edition is announced under Workshops; the Introductory Lectures in Analysis and PDE, also listed in this page, which serve either to introduce a single striking result (typically presented in a subsequent Analysis Seminar), to give a broad picture of a research area, or to describe the evolution and ramifications of an idea or a method; and the semester long Reading Seminar in PDE, which targets a group of postdoctoral associates and graduate students willing to enter more deeply into a research area, and consists of a series of internal presentations and group meetings on a thematic area.





August 15-19, 2022

2022 SUMMER PROGRAM IN PDE, at UT Austin: This summer program provides 5 days of concentrated study of topics in Analysis of Partial Differential Equations at the graduate level.

May 17-21, 2021, & May 24-28, 2021

2021 SUMMER PROGRAM IN PDE, at UT Austin: This summer program provides two weeks of concentrated study of topics in Analysis for graduate students interested in Analysis & PDE.

March 7-8, 2020

2020 TEXAS DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS CONFERENCE, at UT Austin: The Texas DE Conference is an annual event that brings together researchers working on partial differential equations and related topics

Introductory Lectures in Analysis and PDE





Introduction to stable solutions to semilinear elliptic equations, by Xavier Cabrè (ICREA and UPC Barcelona) — Class notes by Michael Hott


An introduction to the Landau equation, by Maria Gualdani (UT Austin)


Introduction to the Euler equations, by Phil Isett (UT Austin)