Analysis Seminar

from Saturday
June 01, 2019 to Tuesday
December 31, 2019
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Tuesday
September 10, 2019

2:30 PM
5-127
Ramin Takloo-Bighash, Stony Brook University
Applications of Tauberian theorems to counting arithmetic objects.

In this talk I will recall some standard tauberian theorems from complex analysis and I will explain how these theorems are used to study the distribution of objects of arithmetic interest, e.g., prime numbers, rational points, orders in number fields, etc, using zeta functions. The talk starts with Riemann's original sketch of the proof of the Prime Number Theory that led to the formulation of the Riemann's Hypothesis and ends with some recent progress made by the speaker in collaboration with several of his coauthors.


Thursday
September 26, 2019

2:30 PM
P-131
Mihalis Mourgoglou, UPV/EHU
PDE-characterization of uniform rectifiability and the solvability of the $L^p$-Dirichlet problem.

In this talk we will discuss the connection between uniform rectifiability of the boundary of a domain with scale invariant PDE estimates for bounded harmonic functions as well as the geometric characterization of the solvability of the $L^p$-Dirichlet problem for the Laplace equation


Thursday
October 03, 2019

2:30 PM
P-131
Dimitris Koukoulopoulos, UD Montreal
TBA

TBA


Thursday
October 10, 2019

2:30 PM
P-131
Chris Henderson, University of Arizona
TBA

TBA


Thursday
October 24, 2019

2:30 PM
P-131
Frank Thorne, University of South Carolina
TBA

TBA


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