Prairie Analysis Seminar 2017



Registration and all breaks will be in Cardwell 121.
                    Friday talks before the first break are in Calvin Hall 217-218.  After the break on Friday, talks will be in Leasure Hall 13.13all 13
All Saturday talks will be in Cardwell 103.
 



Friday, September 8
TIME SPEAKER                        
TALK TITLE
11:30-11:55 Registration 
12:20-12:30 Welcome remarks
12:55-1:15
 
Scott Spencer
Kansas State University
Learning theory in compressive sensing and other applications
1:20-1:40 Josh Brummer
Kansas State University

Bilinear operators with homogeneous symbols, smooth molecules and Kato-Ponce inequalities

1:45-2:05
Dong Dong
U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Hilbert transforms in a 3 by 3 matrix
2:10- 2:30
Francesco Di Plinio
U. of Virginia
Maximal averages and singular integrals along vector fields
2:30-2: 45
Short break
2:45-3:45
 
Svitlana Mayboroda
University of Minnesota
Lecture 1: Harmonic measure and rectifiability
3:45-4:10
Tea Time
4:10-4:30 Qingying Xue
Beijing Normal University and U. of KS
Carleson embedding theorem with rectangles
4:35-4:55
Paco Villarroya
University of Georgia
A Tb theorem for boundedness and compactness of Calderon-Zygmund operators
5:00-5:20
Fabio Pizzichillo
Basque Center for Applied Mathematics
The relativistic \delta-shell interaction for Dirac operator in R^3 and the Klein's paradox
5:25-5:40
Short break                                                                                  
5:40-6:00

Mariana Smit Vega Garcia
University of Washington

The singular free boundary in the Signorini problem

6:05-6:25
Ashok Aryal
Minnesota State University, Moorhead
Density of the zero set for a generalized Bernoulli-type free boundary problem
7:00-
Party at Marianne's home

Saturday, September 9
TIME SPEAKER
TALK TITLE                                                             
8:00-8:30
Breakfast in the math lounge
8:55-9:15
Khoi Vo
California State U. Long Beach
Density of a subclass of solitary numbers
9:20-9:40
Weidong Chen
Minnesota State University, Mankato
A regularized two-dimensional sampling algorithm
9:45-10:05
Adisak Seesanea
U. of Missouri, Columbia
Finite energy solutions to nonlinear elliptic equations with sub-natural growth terms
10:05-10:30
Coffee break
10:30-10:50
Farhan Abedin
Temple University
Harnack's inequality for a class of non-divergent equations in the Heisenberg group
10:55-11:15
 
Lizhaveta Ihnatseva
Kansas State University
Hardy-Sobolev inequalities in metric measure spaces
11:20-12:20
 
Raanan Schul
Stony Brook University
Rectifiability of measures
12:20-1:20
Lunch provided by the Department of Mathematics

1:20-1:40 Vyron Vellis
University of Connecticut
Fractional rectifiability
1:45-2:05
 
Murat Akman
University of Connecticut
Absolute continuity of harmonic measure on non-smooth domains
2:10-3:10
 
Svitlana Mayboroda
U. of Minnesota

Lecture 2: Harmonic measure and rectifiability

3:15-3:35 Coffee  break
3:35-4:35
Jose Maria Martell
Instituto de Ciencias Matematicas
CSIC-UAM-UC3M-UCM
Perturbation of elliptic operators in 1-sided chord-arc domains
4:40-4:45
Short break
4:45-5:05
Hrant Hakobyan
Kansas State University
Quasisymmetric geometry of Sierpinski spaces and the Menger curvature
5:10-5:30
Jarod Hart
University of Kansas

Weight invariant properties of BMO spaces

5:35
Discussion - Open Problems

 
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The picture of the Kansas Prairie is a courtesy of the Kansas Geological Survey.







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