Harmonic Analysis and its Applications at Sapporo

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Dates:
August22-24,2005
Organizers:
A.Miyachi (Tokyo Woman's Christian Univ.), K.Tachizawa (Hokkaido Univ.)
Venue:
Room 309, building #8, Department of Mathematics, Hokkaido University
Program:
August 22(Monday)
9:30--10:30
Michael Lacey (Georgia Institute of Technology):
The Nehari Problem in Several Complex Variables, I
10:45--11:45
Katsushi Fukuyama (Kobe University):
On the law of the iterated logarithm for gap series
12:00--13:00
Yonggeun Cho (Hokkaido University):
Boundedness of Fourier multiplier operator defined by elliptic type function
15:00--16:00
Gustavo Garrigos (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid):
Bergman projections and Wolff's local smoothing inequalities in light-cones
16:15--17:15
Loukas Grafakos (University of Missouri):
Two counterexamples in the theory of singular integrals, I
August 23(Tuesday)
9:30--10:30
Izabella Laba (Univ. British Columbia):
Distance sets: combinatorics and Fourier analysis I
10:45--11:45
Qingying Xue (Kwansei Gakuin University):
Parameterized Littlewood-Paley Operators
12:00--13:00
Michael Lacey (Georgia Institute of Technology):
The Nehari Problem in Several Complex Variables, II
15:00--16:00
Naohito Tomita (Osaka University):
The space of Fourier multipliers as a dual space
16:15--17:15
Loukas Grafakos (University of Missouri):
Two counterexamples in the theory of singular integrals, II
August 24(Wednesday)
9:30--10:30
Hitoshi Tanaka (University of Tokyo):
Morrey spaces for non-doubling measures
10:45--11:45
Izabella Laba (Univ. British Columbia):
Distance sets: combinatorics and Fourier analysis II