The numerical solution of non-canonical Hamiltonian systems is an active and still growing field of research. At the present time, the biggest challenges concern the realization of structure preserving algorithms for differential equations on infinite dimensional manifolds. Several classical PDEs can indeed be set in this framework, and in particular the 2D hydrodynamical Euler equations.
In this talk, I will present some results I have obtained during my PhD studies. In particular, I will show how to derive a new class of numerical schemes for Hamiltonian and non-Hamiltonian isospectral flows, in order to solve the 2D hydrodynamical Euler equations. The use of a conservative scheme has revealed new insights in the 2D ideal hydrodynamics, showing clear connections between geometric mechanics, statistical mechanics and integrability theory.
The seminar will be online at https://hausdorff.dm.unipi.it/b/leo-xik-xu4.