Madison Harmonic Analysis Workshop


Friday, November 1 - Sunday, November 3

Invited Speakers

Allison Bishop Lewko, Matthew Blair, Ciprian Demeter, Serguei Denissov, and Philip Gressman. Each speaker will give two 50 minute talks accessible to graduate students. Speakers may click here for further information.

Slides

Slides from some of the talks: Alison Lewko's first talk, Alison Lewko's second talk, Matthew Blair's talks, Ciprian Demeter's first talk, and Ciprian Demeter's second talk.

Friday, November 1

2:30-3:30PM Philip Gressman Harmonic Analysis and The Geometry of Submanifolds in Euclidean Space B139
3:30-4:00PM Refreshments 9th floor
4:00-5:00PM Allison Bishop Lewko On sets of large doubling, Λ(4) sets, and error-correcting codes B239

Saturday, November 2

8:30AM Breakfast 9th floor
9:30-10:30AM Serguei Denissov Solution to a problem by Steklov B139
10:30-11:30AM Matthew Blair Lp norms of eigenfunctions and Kakeya-Nikodym averages B139
11:30AM-1:30PM Break for lunch on your own
1:30-2:30PM Ciprian Demeter The discrete restriction phenomenon B139
2:30-3:30PM Allison Bishop Lewko The Square Variation of Rearranged Fourier Series B139
3:30-4:00PM Tea 9th floor
4:00-5:00PM Philip Gressman Harmonic Analysis and The Geometry of Submanifolds in Euclidean Space B139

Sunday, November 3

8:00AM Breakfast 9th floor
9:00-10:00AM Ciprian Demeter The discrete restriction phenomenon B139
10:00-11:00AM Matthew Blair Lp norms of eigenfunctions and Kakeya-Nikodym averages B139
11:00AM-12:00PM Serguei Denissov Solution to a problem by Steklov B139

Directions

All talks will take place in Van Vleck Hall.

The best airport to fly into is Dane County Regional Airport (airport code MSN). From there, it is easiest to take a taxi into town (the price of the taxi should be $20-$30, including tip).

Support

We have limited funds to pay for accomodations (but not travel) for graduate students and postdocs from nearby universities. To request funds, or for more information, please email Brian Street (street [at] math {dot} wisc {dot} edu).

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Partially supported by the National Science Foundation (RTG Grant: Analysis and Applications) 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), Betsy Stovall (stovall [at] math {dot} wisc {dot} edu), or Brian Street (street [at] math {dot} wisc {dot} edu)