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PostDoc at the PDE group at EPFL. I tend to like working with evolution equations from general relativity and Lagrangian field theories.

Nov
24
reviewed Close Variation formula of a metric
Nov
20
reviewed Leave Open What makes the amenability of Thompsons group $F$ such a tricky problem?
Nov
20
reviewed Close Map between manifolds
Nov
20
comment “Almost” zeta function
@GHfromMO of course. Edited to incorporate your comment. (P.s. where I come from $\ll$ means something quite different and $\lesssim$ is usually used instead. I was honestly confused by your original comment.)
Nov
20
revised “Almost” zeta function
incorporated GH's comment
Nov
20
comment “Almost” zeta function
@GHfromMO: by $\ll$ you mean...?
Nov
20
answered “Almost” zeta function
Nov
20
comment “Almost” zeta function
Another typo: $$a_n < 1 \implies a_n^2 < a_n \implies n^{1 + a_n^2} < n^{1 + a_n} $$ so you probably want the two swapped in terms of convergence.
Nov
19
reviewed Close Decomposition of separable metric space with certain topological property
Nov
19
reviewed Close Variable Transformations of Functions in the Euclidean Plane
Nov
19
reviewed Reopen Robotics, Cryptography, and Genetics applications of Grothendieck's work?
Nov
19
comment What's the idea behind various equivalent norms on Besov spaces $B^{s}_{p,q}$?
I am pretty sure you can find your answers in Adams and Fournier's Sobolev Spaces. The books has a reference section so you can probably also find the original papers there. // Additionally you may want to look at Hans Triebel's Theory of function spaces I and II.
Nov
18
reviewed No Action Needed Necessary conditions for optimality in Banach spaces
Nov
18
reviewed Close Rotational symmetries of the hypercube
Nov
18
reviewed Close About the curvature of a connection?
Nov
17
reviewed Close Soft and hard part of geometry
Nov
14
revised Some Questions from Reading on Wave Front Set from Hormander's Linear PDE Vol. 1
edited tags
Nov
12
comment request for any expository works in pointwise convergence of double Fourier series and especially a paper by Hardy
Ah, you meant this Quarterly Journal. Volume 37 is 1906; unfortunately GDZ only has up to volume 31, and the internet archive has volumes 35 and 39 but not 37. I know you are on Google+, so maybe you should post to #ArticleRequest ?
Nov
12
comment request for any expository works in pointwise convergence of double Fourier series and especially a paper by Hardy
Are you sure you have the right reference? Volume 37 of 4JM is published in 1986 Hardy passed away considerably earlier than that. // I also checked the volume published in 1937, and the paper you referred to is not there.
Nov
12
reviewed Leave Closed Is there a unique solution?