The Bellman function technique in harmonic analysis
08 July - 12 July 2013
Håkan Hedenmalm, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Alfonso Montes-Rodriguez, University of Sevilla
Kristian Seip, NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Vasily Vasyunin, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Alexander Volberg, Michigan State UniversityParticipantsParticipants PresentationSeminar
The aim of the planned school is to present two mini-courses concerning the Bellman function technique. The course of Professor Vasily Vasyunin is intended for the listener not familiar with the subject. On a series of more or less elementary examples will be explained what the Bellman function is, its main properties, what are the principal elements of the method, how to find the Bellman function for various problems. In the more advanced course Professor Alexander Volberg will describe some recently solved and unsolved problems mainly related to the theory of singular integral operators where the method was successfully applied or can be applied.
The Institut Mittag-Leffler will provide accommodation, breakfasts, lunches and a conference dinner.
Visitors are responsible to pay for their own travel costs to and from Djursholm/Stockholm, Sweden. However, the Institute has some limited funds available to assist those visitors whose home institutions or research grants cannot pay for their travel costs. Please let us know as soon as possible if you need travel support.
The deadline for applications has passed.
Inquiries may be directed to the organizers through Håkan Hedenmalm, email@example.com