## Math 296G/2 - Participating Analysis Seminar

Organizers: John Garnett, Terry Tao, Christoph Thiele

Time: Tuesdays, 3.00pm-6:00 pm, Location: MS 6201

Coffee and cookie break between 4:00 and 4:30.Previous seminars: Fall 2002

Tuesday 3:00-4:00 | Cookies 4:00-4:30 | Tuesday 4:30-5:30 | |

Jan 7 | Xiaochun Li
Maximal functions in arbitrary directions |
Christoph Thiele | Silvius Klein
Skew shifts and kicked rotors |

Jan 14 | Xiaochun Li
Maximal functions in arbitrary directions |
Terry Tao | Silvius Klein
Skew shifts and kicked rotors |

Jan 21 | Jon Bueti
Besicovitch sets and the disc multiplier |
Jim Ralston | Kingshook Biswas
Converse to Siegel's theorem |

Jan 28 | Sunhi Choi
Sullivan's convex hull theorem and Brennan's conjecture |
Camil Muscalu | Chris Yakes
Generalizations of the corona theorem |

Feb 4 | Roman Sasyk
Furstenburg's proof of Szemeredi's theorem |
Stephanie Molnar | Nick Crawford
Black-Scholes theory |

Feb 11 | Roman Sasyk
Furstenburg's proof of Szemeredi's theorem |
Julia Lucas | Nick Crawford
Black-Scholes theory |

Feb 18 | Julia Lucas
Distance set problems |
Xiaochun Li | Paul Jung
An introduction to interacting particle systems |

Feb 25 | Julia Lucas
Distance set problems |
John Garnett | Laszlo Szekelyhidi (Max Planck Institute)
Convex integration for elliptic PDEs and Rank 1 convexity |

Mar 4 | Jean Bourgain (IAS) - MS 5138
A journey in the world of differential equations |
Sunhi Choi | Camil Muscalu
Bounded orthogonal systems and the Lambda(p) set problem |

Mar 11 | Camil Muscalu
Bounded orthogonal systems and the Lambda(p) set problem |
Chris Yakes | Mustafa Said
Picard and Montel theorems |

This schedule is tentative and subject to change.

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