#### Venue

Sala Seminari (Dip. Matematica).

#### Abstract

A ferromagnetic material possesses a magnetization, which, out of equilibrium, satisfies the Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation (LLG). Thermal fluctuations are taken into account by Gaussian space-time white noise. At least in the deterministic case, there is an important parallel between this model and the so-called Harmonic Map Flow (HMF). This was originally used by geometers (in the early sixties) as a tool to build harmonic maps between two manifolds u:M->N. The case where M is two dimensional is critical, in the sense that the natural energy barely fails to give well-posedness. We do not address here the problem of the solvability of LLG driven by space-time white noise. Instead, we consider a spatially correlated version. We show that oppositely to the deterministic case, blow-up of solutions happens no matter how we choose the initial data.