Lectures in honor of Alex Nagel
Saturday and Sunday April 20th and 21st
Van Vleck Hall
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Conference Poster

About Alex

Saturday, April 20

There will be an informal banquet on Saturday, April 20 at 6:30PM at Imperial Garden Chinese Restaurant, 2039 Allen Boulevard, Middleton. The fee for the banquet is $28. You can reserve your seat at the banquet by April 17, and mail a check for the banquet fee by following these instructions.

There will be no talks on Saturday.

Sunday, April 21

All talks will be held on Sunday, April 21. There will be refreshments and a light breakfast on the ninth floor lounge of Van Vleck hall begining at 8AM. All talks will be held in room B239 of Van Vleck hall. Speakers may click here for further instructions.

8:00 AM Breakfast 9th floor
9:00-9:45AM Stephen Wainger Some remarks on the mathematical work of Alexander Nagel B239
10:00-10:45AM Malabika Pramanik Diagonal estimates for the Bergman kernel for weakly pseudoconvex domains of monomial type B239
11:00-11:45AM Detlef Müller Spectral multipliers for Sub-Laplacians: recent progress B239
12:00-2:00PM Break for Lunch On your own
2:00-2:45PM Fulvio Ricci Laplacians for the riemannian and subriemannian metrics on the Heisenberg group and spectral multipliers B239
3:00-3:45PM Andrew Raich Closed range of d-bar and a weak Z(q) condition B239
4:00-4:45PM Elias Stein Singular integrals and pseudo-differential operators: some developments related to the work of Alex Nagel B239


All talks will take place in Van Vleck Hall.

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Partially supported by the National Science Foundation and the Department of Mathematics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
For questions or more information please contact Andreas Seeger (seeger [at] math {dot} wisc {dot} edu) or Brian Street (street [at] math {dot} wisc {dot} edu)