THEMATIC PROGRAMS

April 23, 2014

THEMATIC PROGRAM ON NEW TRENDS IN HARMONIC ANALYSIS
January - June, 2008

January 7-11, 2008
Workshop on Recent Advances in Operator Theory and Function Theory

Organizers: Michael Lacey (Georgia Tech), Eric Sawyer (McMaster), Kristian Seip (NTNU)

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Invited Speakers

Alexander Borichev (Bordeaux)
Ken Davidson (Waterloo)
Artur Nicolau (Barcelona)
Stephanie Petermichl (Texas)
Richard Rochberg (WUSTL)
Sergei Treil (Brown)
Alexander Volberg (Michigan)

SCHEDULE:
(Speaker Abstracts)

Monday, January 7
10:00-11:00
Morning Coffee/Welcoming remarks
11:00-12:00
Sergei Treil (Brown)
12:00-2:00
Lunch break
2:00-3:00
Alexander Volberg (Michigan)
Uniqueness Theorem for Cauchy Potential
3:00-3:30
Coffee Break
3:30-4:00

Tavan Trent (University of Alabama)
An algorithm for corona solutions (with bounds) for $H ^\infty (D)$

4:05-4:35
Tao Mei (Texas AM University)
Tent Spaces associated with semigroup of operators
4:35-5:30
Reception
Tuesday, January 8
10:00-11:00
Morning Coffee
11:00-12:00
Artur Nicolau (Barcelona)
Approximation by Interpolating Blaschke Products
12:00-2:00
Lunch break
2:00-3:00
Richard Rochberg (WUSTL)
Capacity, Carleson Measures, and Boundary Behavior
3:00-3:30
Coffee Break
3:30-4:00
Tuomas Hytonen (University of Helsinki)
Kato's square root problem in Banach spaces
4:10-4:40
Dechao Zheng (Vanderbilt University)
Beurling type theorem on the Bergman space via the Hardy space of the bidisk
Wednesday, January 9
9:00-10:00
Morning Coffee
10:00-11:00
Alexander Borichev (Bordeaux)
Uniqueness theorems for (sub)harmonic functions
11:00-12:00
Problem Session
Afternoon
Off
Thursday, January 10
10:00-11:00
Morning Coffee
11:00-12:00
Ken Davidson (Waterloo)
A Constrained Nevanlinna-Pick Interpolation Problem
12:00-2:00
Lunch break
2:00-2:30
Nir Lev (Tel-Aviv University)
Span of translates in L^p(R), and zeros of Fourier transform
2:35-3:00
Lingling Fan (Memorial University)
Strongly clean property +and stable range one of rings
3:00-3:30
Coffee Break
3:30-4:00
Ignacio Uriarte-Tuero (University of Missouri)
Removability problems for bounded, BMO and H\"{o}lder quasiregular mappings
4:00-4:30
Michael Jury (University of Florida)
Friday, January 11
10:00-11:00
Morning Coffee
11:00-11:30
Kasso Okoudjou (University of Maryland)
Local well-posedness of nonlinear dispersive equations on modulation spaces
11:40 -12:10
Xuan Duong (Macquarie University)
Boundedness of Riesz Transforms of Magnetic Schr\"odinger Operators
12:10-2:00
Lunch break
2:00-3:00
Mohammed Ali (Memorial University)
3:00-3:30
Coffee Break
3:30-4:30
Contributed Talk

 


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