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Informal-Analysis-Seminar-2007


KENT STATE INFORMAL ANALYSIS SEMINAR

Supported by the Department of Mathematical Sciences & FRG Collaborative Research:
Fourier analytic and probabilistic methods in geometric functional analysis and convexity.

October 27-28, 2007

Please e-mail Dmitry Ryabogin ryabogin@math.kent.edu
or Artem Zvavitch zvavitch@math.kent.edu
for more information.

Organizers:Volodymyr Andriyevskyy, Richard Aron, Per Enflo, Joe Diestel, Victor Lomonosov, Dmitry Ryabogin Andrew Tonge and Artem Zvavitch.

Speakers:

Schedule (ABSTRACTS):

Saturday, October 27.

  • 10:00 Breakfast/coffee.
  • 11:00 Keith Ball, "There are infinitely many irrational values of $\zeta$ at the odd
    integers."
  • 12:00 William B. Johnson, "Nine 20+ year old problems in the geometry of Banach
    spaces."
  • 1:00 Lunch in MSB library.
  • 2:00  Thomas Schlumprecht,  "Small Subspaces of $L_p$.
  • 3:00 Alexander Volberg. "Reflectionless measures again."
  • 3:50 Coffee brake.
  • 4:30 Fedor Nazarov, " A simple remark on reflectionless measures. "
  • 5:30 Dinner in MSB library.
  • 7:30 Musical Surprise Party (A lot of Music and a little bit of Wine/Cheese).

Sunday, October 28.

  • 9:30 Breakfast/coffee.
  • 10:00  Vladimir Eyderman,  "Vector-valued Riesz potentials:   Cartan-type estimates and related capacities."
  • 11:00  Andreas Seeger,  "Characterizations of Hankel multipliers."
  • 11:50 Lunch in MSB library.
  • 1:00   Vladimir Temlyakov, "Relaxation in greedy  approximation."
  • 2:00   Keith Ball,  "From Monotone Transportation to Probability."
  • 3:00   Vladimir Peller, "Approximation by matrix analytic functions in $L^p$".


The Seminar is supported by the Department of Mathematical Sciences and NSF Focused Research Group: Fourier analytic and probabilistic methods in geometric functional analysis and convexity. We expect to be able to cover housing for most participants Preference will be given to participants who do not have other sources of support, such assponsored research grants. Minorities, women, graduate students, and young researchers are especially encouraged to attend.

Participants:   Maria Angeles Alfonseca (North Dakota State University),
Volodymyr Andriyevskyy (Kent State), Richard Aron (Kent State),Keith Ball  (University College London),Juan Bess(Bowling Green State University),  Michael Chebotar (Kent State University),Alberto A. Condori (Michigan State University),  Michael Dabkowski(University of Wisconsin-Madison), Alfred Dahma (University of Pittsburgh),  Joe Diestel (Kent State),  Patrick Dowling (Miami University),  Per Enflo (Kent State),  Vladimir Eyderman (Michigan State University),  Alexander Fish (Ohio State University),  Terence Hanchin (Kent State University),  Francisco J Garcia (Texas A&M University), Yehoram Gordon (Technion, Israel), William B. Johnson  (Texas A&M University),  Christopher Lennard (University of Pittsburgh), Victor Lomonosov (Kent State), Patricia Medina (Bowling Green State University),   Oana  Mocioalca(Kent State University),Ozgur Martin (Bowling Green State University), Elizabeth Meckes (Case Western),  Mark Meckes (Case Western),  Fedor Nazarov (University of Wisconsin-Madison),Yennya Carolina Rangel Oliveros (Complutense de Madrid), Elena Ournycheva (University of Pittsburgh at Bradford), Vladimir Peller (Michigan State University),   Pietro Poggi-Corradini (Kansas State University), Dan Radelet (University of Pittsburgh), Kevin Rion (Bowling Green State University),  Dmitry Ryabogin(Kent State),Irina Seceleanu (Bowling Green State University), Reema Sbeih (Kent State University),  Andreas Seeger (University of Wisconsin-Madison),  Thomas Schlumprecht (Texas A&M University), Jianyun Shan (Kent State University),  Stanislaw J. Szarek  (Case Western), Vladimir Temlyakov (University of South Carolina),   Andrew Tonge (Kent State),  Deping Ye (Case Western), Gang Yu (Kent State University), Alexander Volberg (Michigan State University),  Dan Volok (Kansas State University), Elisabeth Werner (Case Western), Gusti van Zyl (University of Pretoria),  Artem Zvavitch(Kent State).

Printable Poster.

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