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CRM > English > Activities > Curs 2019-2020 > Workshop “Emergent Trends in Complex Function Theory”
Workshop “Emergent Trends in Complex Function Theory”
General information 
 

This workshop is part of the IRP SAFAIS-2019

 

"Spaces of Analytic Functions: Approximation, Interpolation, Sampling"

 

 

From October 28th to 31st, 2019
 
 

Aims and objectives
The goal of this research workshop is to explore new advances in complex analysis and investigate further the interplay between complex function theory and harmonic analysis, operator theory, mathematical physics. We hope to promote the exchange of new ideas and recent trends in the subject and to formulate some new and ambitious problems, as well as brainstorm various ideas for solving them. Our expectation is that a number of new and exciting collaborations will be initiated due to this workshop. The participation of young researchers is specially encouraged.
 
Scientific Organizres 
 
Evgeny Abakumov, Université Paris-Est Marne-le-Vallée
Anton Baranov, Saint Petersburg State University
Alexander Borichev, Aix-Marseille Université
Konstantin Fedorovskiy, Bauman Moscow State Technical University
​Constanze Liaw, University of Delaware
Eugenia Malinnikova, NTNU, Trondheim
Joaquim Ortega-Cerdà, Universitat de Barcelona
Alexei Poltoratski, Texas A&M University
   
Main speakers 
Minicourses
  • ·         Nikolai Makarov (Caltech)
    TBA
  • ·         Stefanie Petermichl (University of Würzburg)
    Today's understanding of Calderon-Zygmund operators in the scope of weighted estimates.
  • ·         Alexander Volberg (Michigan State University)
    Harmonic measure and Harmonic analysis.
 

Lectures 

  • ·        Rate of convergence of critical interfaces to SLE curves
  • Ilia Binder (University of Toronto)
  •  
  • ·        TBA
  • Christopher Bishop (Stony Brook University), tentative
  •  
  • ·        De Branges canonical systems with finite logarithmic integral
  • Sergey Denisov (University of Wisconsin–Madison)
  •  
  • ·        Gaussian analytic functions and operator symbols of Dirichlet type
  • Håkan Hedemnalm (KTH)
  •   
  • ·        Hausdorff dimension exceptional set estimates for projections, sections and intersections
  • Pertti Mattila (University of Helsinki)
  •  
  • ·        ​Matrix weights and perturbation theory
  • Sergei Treil (Brown University)
 
Grants for young career participants 
In order to increase the number of young researchers participating in this activity (PhD-student or young PhD who are not holding tenured or tenure-track positions), the CRM announces a call for those participants interested in taking part in the workshop.  This grant includes a reduced registration fee and housing in a shared apartment on campus from October 27th to November 1st, 2019. All the grantees will present a 25-minutes talk.
 
Each applicant should submit the form below which includes the submission of the following documents:
 
i)    A brief CV showing in particular that the applicant meets the aforementioned condition.
 
ii)   A letter of motivation or a short description of applicant’s research, together with the list of publications.
 
iii)  One or two recommendation letters.
  
 
Applica​tion Form (closed)
 
 
Application deadline for grants: August 26th, 2019 (Resolutions will be sent by September 15th, 2019). New resolution date!
Please note that submitting a proposal does not exempt the applicant from having to register to the workshop. 
 
 
EMS:
 
The EMS offers some travel grants to young mathematicians from less-favoured regions within the geographical area of EMS membership for presenting results at conferences or attending courses, or for research stays in foreign countries, normally up to a maximum of 900 euros in each case or 500 euros for trips within Europe.
 
Eligible researchers should use this online form​ in order to apply for travel grants.
 
 
Contributed talks 
We have a limited number of 25-minutes contributed talk slots. If you want to give a talk, please submit the following form: 
 

 Application Form

 

Application deadline for contributed talks: September 2nd, 2019 (Resolutions will be sent by September 15th, 2019). 

Please note that submitting a proposal does not exempt the applicant from having to register to the workshop. 

 
Registration 
 

Registration fee: 50€ 
 

Deadline for registration: September 28th, 2019 
Registration fee covers the documentation package and coffee breaks
 
Refund policy:
The registration fee depends on the date of the payment.
Cancellations received 1 month before the start of the activity will incur in an administrative fee of 50of the total amount.
Cancellations received less than one month prior to the start of the activity are not refundable.
 
You will be able to pay by card or bank transfer through the on-line registration system.
 
Lodging information 
For lodging in the area please click here​.
 

The CRM has pre-booked some apartments at the Vila Universitària from October 27th to November 1st, 2019. You can check the details of the apartments - Premium Studio - on the link above). If you wish to be accommodated there, please send an email to Ms. Ania Torrell at ania.torrell@uab.cat. On the email you should state that you are a CRM participant, the exact dates of your stay, and the code CRM 186. These apartments are being held until July 12th, 2019, or until all apartments are filled.

 
For off-campus and family accommodation click here​​​.
 
Contact information
If you have any questions please contact the activity's coordinator Ms. Alba Tomàs (atomas@crm.cat).
 

  

 Acknowledgements
This workshop is organized in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute, and is also made possible in part by the generous support from the Norwegian Research Council, and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
 
 
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