Analysis & Number Theory

This mini-workshop provides young analysts in Norway with an arena to present their research and interact with their peers. 

Logo Trond Mohn Foundation and Tromsø Research Foundation.

The workshop is supported by the project Pure Mathematics in Norway, funded by Trond Mohn Foundation and Tromsø Research Foundation. Additional funding is provided by COMAN (Combinatorial Methods in Analysis), project number 275113 of the Research Council of Norway.

Practical information

  • The mini-workshop will be organized on Thursday, 8 December and Friday, 9 December in Auditorium VB2 at the Blindern campus of the University of Oslo.
  • There will be a dinner on Thursday evening at Smalhans restaurant.
  • The full schedule can be found in the book of abstracts.
  • Registration is closed.

Speakers and titles

  • Stine Marie Berge (Leibniz University Hannover): Quantization on the affine group.
  • Ulrik Enstad (Stockholm University): A dynamical approach to sampling and interpolation in unimodular groups
  • Markus Valås Hagen (NTNU): Conditional estimates for the logarithmic derivative of Dirichlet L-functions.
  • Winston HeapMean values of the Hurwitz zeta function and its value distribution for irrational parameters.
  • Sarah May Instanes (NTNU): An extremal problem for H^p.
  • Athanasios Kouroupis (NTNU): Composition operators and generalized primes.
  • Adrián Llinares (NTNU): Contractive inequalities between Dirichlet and Hardy spaces.
  • Gaute Schwartz (UiO): Groupoid C*-algebras and an application to semigroups.
  • Ilya Zlotnikov (UiS): On completeness and frame properties of certain exponential families.
Tags: analysis, number theory
Published Oct. 25, 2022 1:48 PM - Last modified Dec. 1, 2022 12:47 PM