Harmonic Analysis/PDEs Workshop

20th November 2013
University of Birmingham

Local Organisers: Jonathan Bennett, Neal Bez, Marina Iliopoulou


This workshop is a one day meeting of the LMS Harmonic Analysis and PDEs network, funded in part by an LMS Scheme 3 Grant and the ERC, and will take place at the University of Birmingham. All interested persons are welcome to attend.

There will be a total of four talks on Wednesday 20th November. There will also be a informal dinner in the city on Wednesday evening.

The University of Birmingham is most easily reached via its own train station which is a short ride from Birmingham's main New Street station. Full campus maps and directions to the university can be found here. The School of Mathematics is based in the Watson Building (R15 on the campus map).


Anthony Carbery (University of Edinburgh)
Multilinear Kakeya, multijoints and colourings

András Mathe (University of Warwick)
On a problem of Erdos on similar copies of sequences in measurable sets

Javier Parcet (ICMAT, Madrid)
Riesz transforms - dimension free estimates and Fourier multipliers

Julia Wolf (University of Bristol)

Current challenges in higher-order Fourier analysis


Wednesday 20th November 2013

From 10:30 Meet in common room (221, second floor, Watson Building)

11:00 Anthony Carbery
Lecture Room 117, Physics West  (note: the venue for this talk has been updated)

12:00 Lunch

13:30 Julia Wolf
Lecture Room C, Watson Building

14:30 András Mathe
Lecture Room C, Watson Building

15:30 Tea/Coffee Break

16:00 Javier Parcet
Lecture Room C, Watson Building

Evening Dinner


Participants are invited to make their own accommodation arrangements. Here are some B&Bs and hotels in the vicinity of the University:

Lucas House

Kensington Guesthouse

Copperfield House Hotel

Awentsbury Hotel

Renwick House Guesthouse

The Wentworth Hotel

Norfolk Hotel

Further Information:

There is limited funding available to support PhD students and young researchers. Please contact Jonathan Bennett regarding funding requests.