UCLA Analysis Seminar 

Spring 2005

Previous quarters: Fall 1999, Winter 2000, Spring 2000, Fall 2000, Winter 2001, Spring 2001, Fall 2001, Fall 2002,

Winter 2003, Spring 2003, Fall 2003, Winter 2004, Spring 2004, Fall 2004, Winter 2005

This year, some of the seminars will be joint with Caltech, and co-organized with Wilhelm Schlag.

Time: Fridays, 3.00pm, Location: MS 6221 (Caltech talks are Sloan 151).

Some of the speakers may arrange to speak at different times/locations. See the UCLA Math Department's weekly seminar
list for official announcements. 

Thu Apr 7, 14, 21, 28, … 2:30 pm

MS 6118

John Garnett and Laura Prat – Bilipschitz Analytic Capacity seminar

Fri Apr 8

Tamar Ziegler, Ohio State University, “Universal characteristic factors and Furstenberg averages

Fri Apr 15

(Joint, UCLA)

(3pm) Svetlana Roudenko, Arizona State University, “Littlewood-Paley theory for matrix weights”

(4pm) Malabika Pramanik, Caltech, “Some applications of an inequality of Wolff”

Fri Apr 22


Fri Apr 29

John Garnett, UCLA, “Lipschitz harmonic capacity and bilipschitz images of Cantor sets in R^n”

Fri May 6

(Joint, Caltech; Sloan 151)

(3pm) Xiaoyi Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, “On the Cauchy problem for the 3-D energy-critical Schrodinger equation with harmonic potential and radial data”

(4pm) Jean Bourgain, Institute for Advanced Study, “On NLS and Strichartz inequalities on irrational tori”

Fri May 13

Nikos Frantzikinakis, Penn State University, “Counting polynomial configurations in dense subsets of the integers

Fri May 20

(Joint, UCLA)

(3pm) Assaf Naor, Microsoft Research, “Shannon’s problem on the monotonicity of entropy

(4pm) Terence Tao, UCLA, “The determinant and singularity probability of a random +-1 matrix” 

Fri May 27

Iosif Polterovich, U. Montreal, “The spectral function and the remainder in local Weyl’s law: view from below

Fri Jun 3

(Joint, UCLA)

(3pm) Tom Sideris, UC Santa Barbara, “Local energy decay for isotropic, symmetric hyperbolic systems”

(4pm) David Damanik, Caltech, “Continuous Schrodinger cocycles over irrational rotations”

Fri Jun 10

Rowan Killip, UCLA, “In praise of CMV matrices”


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