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URL:https://www.imperial.ac.uk/events/144105/dr-mouhamadou-sy-imperial-coll
ege-london-finite-time-explosion-of-the-stochastic-katz-pavlovic-mode/
LOCATION:Room 139\, Huxley Building\, South Kensington Campus\, Imperial Co
llege London\, London\, SW7 2AZ\, United Kingdom
SUMMARY:Dr Mouhamadou Sy (Imperial College London): Finite-time explosion o
f the stochastic Katz-Pavlović model
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DESCRIPTION:This seminar will be presented in hybrid mode. The speaker wi
ll deliver his talk in person.\nTitle: Finite-time explosion of the stocha
stic Katz-Pavlović model\nAbstract: Abstract: In this talk\, I will discu
ss a recent result on a dyadic model that was introduced by Katz and Pavl
ović. This model is a simplified version of the 3D Navier-Stokes system b
ut shares with the latter some key properties such as the energy identity
and scaling properties. It was shown by the seminal work of Katz and Pavl
ović that\, for dissipation below some order\, the model admits solutions
that explode in finite-time. In a recent work in collaboration with Marti
n Hairer\, we show that such explosion persists even when the equation is
subject to an additive random noise. I will discuss the basic properties o
f the model\, then go over the general explosion mechanism as well as the
key arguments of our proof.
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**Abstract:** *Abstract: In this talk\, I will discuss a rec
ent result on a dyadic model that was introduced by Katz and Pavlović. T
his model is a simplified version of the 3D Navier-Stokes system but share
s with the latter some key properties such as the energy identity and scal
ing properties. It was shown by the seminal work of Katz and Pavlović th
at\, for dissipation below some order\, the model admits solutions that ex
plode in finite-time. In a recent work in collaboration with Martin Hairer
\, we show that such explosion persists even when the equation is subject
to an additive random noise. I will discuss the basic properties of the mo
del\, then go over the general explosion mechanism as well as the key argu
ments of our proof.*

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