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This year’s Internet Seminar is on Harmonic Analysis Techniques for Elliptic Operators. Starting in October 2023, your organisers and virtual lecturers
(wird in neuem Tab geöffnet) Moritz Egert
(wird in neuem Tab geöffnet) Robert Haller
(wird in neuem Tab geöffnet) Sylvie Monniaux
(wird in neuem Tab geöffnet) Patrick Tolksdorf
welcome you on a journey into cutting-edge techniques in harmonic analysis and their applications to differential operators with rough coefficients.
Registration starts in early September.
In order to register for the internet seminar please write an e-mail to email@example.com-… with the following information: your name, your institution with country and whether you are a student or a local coordinator.
You will then get further information and access to the discussion platform.
Programme of the course
History of the Internet Seminar
The Internet Seminar is an international academic event dedicated to modern analysis. It was started in 1997 by the functional analysis group of Tübingen (lead by Rainer Nagel) and, since then, has been held every year, seeing the participation of more and more universities from all around the world. The aim of the course is to introduce master students, Ph.D students and post-docs to subjects related to functional analysis and evolution equations.
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Phase 1: The Lectures (October 2023 – February 2024)
A weekly lecture will be provided on the (wird in neuem Tab geöffnet) as lecture notes and a video recording. These lectures will be self-contained, and references for additional reading will be provided. The weekly lecture will be accompanied by exercises, and the participants are supposed to solve these problems. discussion platform
Phase 2: The Projects (April – June 2024)
The participants will form small international groups to work on diverse projects which supplement the theory of Phase 1 and provide some applications. The list of projects and further details concerning the application process will be published in February 2024.
Phase 3: The Workshop (17.06. – 21.06.2024)
The final workshop takes place at the (wird in neuem Tab geöffnet) in Luminy (Marseille, France). There the project teams of Phase 2 will present their projects and additional lectures will be delivered by leading experts in the field. The official announcement of the workshop can be found CIRM (wird in neuem Tab geöffnet) . here
We expect the participants to have a basic knowledge in functional analysis, bounded operators, foundations of Hilbert spaces and some familiarity with the Fourier transform and functions in one complex variable.