The School of Mathematics at the University of Birmingham hosted the London Mathematical Society's Midlands Regional Meeting and Workshop on Interactions of Harmonic Analysis and Operator Theory during 13-16 September 2016.
The broad aim for the event was to examine recent interactions between harmonic analysis and operator theory. There was some focus on applications to partial differential equations in geometric contexts, as well as noncommutative harmonic analysis.
The Regional Meeting consisted of three expository talks that were aimed at a general mathematical audience. The Workshop consisted of more specialist plenary talks, as well as two mini-courses on exciting recent developments that were aimed at postgraduate students and researchers working in related areas of analysis.
The event was supported by grants from the London Mathematical Society and the School of Mathematics at the University of Birmingham.
A report on the meeting appeared in the November 2016 issue of the London Mathematical Society Newsletter.
Organisers: Alessio Martini and Andrew Morris.
Support: David Beltran, Adam Horwich, Calum Ridyard and Andrew Turner.
Photo: Kat Grover.