Department of Mathematics
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Analysis Seminar
Fall semester, 2000

Wednesdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in B203 Van Vleck Hall









September 6

Ricardo Perez-Marco


Small divisors in holomorphic dynamics

September 13

Xianghong Gong


Quantitative estimates for periodic points of reversible and symplectic holomorphic mappings

September 20

Detlef Müller


Locally solvable differential operators which do not satisfy a cone condition

September 27

Mary Teuw Niane

Saint Louis, Senegal

Exact controllability of the wave equation with singularities

October 4

Gautam Bharali


On two questions concerning Chirka's extension phenomenon

October 12

Jean-Pierre Rosay


Boundary values

October 19

Pat Ahern


Products of Toeplitz operators

October 25

Dragan Vukotic

Autonoma de Madrid

Conformally invariant spaces of analytic functions

October 26

Al Baernstein

Washington University, St. Louis

Sharp Khinchin inequalities, and a characterization of bisubharmonic functions

November 1

Dan Oberlin

Florida State

A convolution inequality and some of its consequences

November 7

Jean-Philippe Rolin

University of Burgundy, Dijon

Preparation theorems: a possible bridge between model theory and geometry

November 10

Viatcheslav Rychkov


Sharp L^2 bounds for oscillatory integral operators with C^infty phases

November 14

Paulo Cordaro

Sao Paolo

Local exactness in a class of differential complexes

November 21

Alex Iosevich

University of Missouri-Columbia

Distribution of lattice points in convex domains and the geometry of the Gauss map

November 29

Igor Rodnianski


Local well posedness results for quasilinear wave equations

December 7 (1)

Denson Hill

Stony Brook

Pseudoconcave and essentially pseudoconcaveCR manifolds with examples

December 14 (2)

Norman Levenberg


Weighted pluripotential theory

December 15 (3)

Dan Burns


Grauert tubes: the complex geometry of tangent bundles








(1) Denson Hill's talk will be on Thursday, December 7, at 2:00 PM, in 122 Ingraham. He will give the Departmental colloquium on Friday, December 8.




(2) Norman Levenberg's talk will be on Thursday, December 14 at 4:00 PM in B131 Van Vleck.




(3) Dan Burns' talk will be on Friday, December 15 at 2:30 PM in B129 Van Vleck.


Link to Spring Schedule