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Soliton resolution on wormholes

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Soliton resolution conjecture asserts that generic global-in-time solutions of nonlinear dispersive equations asymptotically resolve into a coherent structure and outgoing radiation. In my talk I will discuss two simple models, involving equivariant wave maps on wormholes, which provide an attractive testing ground for understanding this conjecture.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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