Strichartz estimates for the wave and the Schr_dinger equation Ramona Anton ENS, France. 120903 (Institute Colloquium) Abstract This talk follows the article of M.Keel and T.Tao, Endpoint Strichartz estimates. The solution of the Schr_dinger equation and that of the wave equation can be written as evolution operators. Those operators are bounded on $L^2(\mathbb{R}^d)$, as those equations conserve the energy and they also verify a decay estimates: $U(t)U*(s)f_{L^\infty_x} \leq Cts^{d/2} f_{L^1_x}$ for $f\in C^\infty_0$. Using those estimates and functional analisys technique we prove the Strichartz estimates $$U(t)f_{L^p_t L^q_x} \leq C f_{L^2},$$ where $p$, $q$ and $d$ are related by a relation that can be deduce by a scale argument. Strichartz estimates enable better imbeddings that Sobolev imbeddings. We prove regularity and global existence for the cubic Schr_dinger equation.
