19th European Intensive Course
on Complex Analysis, its Generalizations and Applications
19th European Intensive Course
on Complex Analysis, its Generalizations and Applications
TOPICS
The 19th European Intensive Course, March 17-28, 2014, to be held at the University of Aveiro, will have a total of 18 hours of lecture time, at postgraduate level, introducing topics of high current interest. This year the Intensive Course will be centered around the following topics:
Inverse Problems, Harmonic Analysis, and Representation Theory
During the course there will be extended coffee breaks in a relaxed environment where lecturers and participants are encouraged to share ideas in a more informal way. Successfully participating students will get a certificate.
Intertwining the two weeks of the course, we announce the 16th Annual Workshop on Applications and Generalizations of Complex Analysis, to be held on March 21-22, 2014.
LECTURERS - Tentative schedule, titles & abstracts
Lecture Room - Sala Sousa Pinto (room equipped with beamer and white board)
1st week, March 17-20
Jens Wirth, Universität Stuttgart, Germany
A Rough Guide to Non-Commutative Phase Space
We present a rough guide to operator theory on compact Lie groups and associated global symbolic calculi. The course will be organised as follows:
(1) Basics:
• Peter--Weyl theorem and (noncommutative) Fourier transform on compact Lie groups.
• Examples: Tori and S^3.
• Function spaces and their Fourier characterisation.
• Schwartz kernels of operators, right-convolution kernels.
(2) Differential operators and difference operators
• (Left-) Invariant differential operators and their symbols.
• What are difference operators acting on symbols?
• Calculus rules for difference operators.
• Taylor expansions and admissibility.
(3) Functional calculus of left-invariant operators
• Analytic functional calculus for matrices.
• Key lemmata.
• Bounded symbols and operators, unbounded operators.
(4) Symbol classes and pseudo-differential operators
• Symbol classes and asymptotic expansions.
• Basic calculus statements.
• Ellipticity.
• Boundedness.
• Functional calculus.
• Operator classes characterised by symbols.
It will be assumed that participants have basic knowledge in contemporary analysis, in particular concerning distribution theory, trigonometric series and the analysis of differential operators.
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2nd week, March 24-28
Frank Sommen, Ghent University, Belgium
Introduction to Clifford Analysis
Daniel Alpay, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Infinite dimensional analysis, non commutative stochastic distributions and applications
Lectures notes: pdf
Lecture 1: Countably normed spaces, their duals and Gelfand triples
Lecture 2: Positive definite functions, Bochner and Bochner-Minlos theorem. Hida's white noise space and Kondratiev's spaces of stochastic distributions
Lecture 3: Stationary increments stochastic processes. Linear stochastic systems.
Lecture 4: Fock spaces and non commutative stochastic distributions
Lecture 5: The free setting. Free (non commutative) stochastic processes.
Lecture 6: A new class of topological algebras
THE ORGANIZERS
Uwe Kaehler
Paula Cerejeiras
Departamento de Matemática, Universidade de Aveiro
Campus de Santiago
P-3810-193 Aveiro
Portugal
fax: +351-234370066 tel: +351-234370359 e-mails: ukaehler@ua.pt pceres@ua.pt
These events are supported by Portuguese funds through the CIDMA - Center for Research and Development in Mathematics and Applications, and the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (“FCT–Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia”), within project PEst-OE/MAT/UI4106/2014.