LMS



University of Birmingham - School of Mathematics
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Harmonic Analysis and PDEs Workshop
19th April 2018
University of Birmingham

Local Organisers: Susana Gutierrez, Alessio Martini, Diogo Oliveira e Silva, Maria Carmen Reguera

Information

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 Thursday 19th April. There will also be an informal dinner on Thursday evening.

Prospective participants may be interested in knowing that, on the previous day (Wednesday 18th April), the Young Mathematicians Colloquium is taking place at the University of Birmingham, including a talk by Kenneth Falconer (University of St Andrews).

The University of Birmingham is most easily reached via its own train station which is a short ride from Birmingham's main station (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).

Speakers

  • Michael Lacey (Georgia Institute of Technology)
    p improving inequalities for discrete spherical averages
  • Giuseppe Negro (Instituto de Ciencias Matemáticas)
    A sharpened Strichartz inequality for the wave equation
  • Luz Roncal (Basque Center for Applied Mathematics)
    Extension problems and Hardy-type inequalities for fractional powers of operators
  • Julien Sabin (Université Paris-Sud)
    Maximizers for the Airy-Strichartz inequality
Abstracts of the talks can be found here.

Programme

Thursday 19th April 2018

  • From 10:30 Meet in MLC
    First floor, Watson Building
  • 11:00 Michael Lacey
    Lecture Theatre A, Watson Building
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:30 Luz Roncal
    Lecture Theatre A, Watson Building
  • 14:30 Giuseppe Negro
    Lecture Theatre A, Watson Building
  • 15:30 Tea/Coffee Break
    MLC, first floor, Watson Building
  • 16:00 Julien Sabin
    Lecture Theatre A, Watson Building
  • Evening Dinner

Accommodation

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 Diogo Oliveira e Silva regarding funding requests.