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Complex and Harmonic Analysis and its applications

mini-conference is held at Saint-Petersburg State University on November 23-26, 2021

Mini-conference is devoted to several modern problems in complex and harmonic analysis.

The conference will be held at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, 14th Line V.O., room 105.

Zoom channel: 811-738-408  If you do not know the password, please write an email to Yurii Belov.

Program


Video records of the course are available here.

Haakan Hedenmalm, Saint-Petersburg State University and KTH Stockholm

Random matrices, planar orthogonal polynomials, and soft Riemann-Hilbert problems

Minicourse — 4 lectures

Mikhail Tyaglov, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Moscow Center for Fundamental and
Applied Mathematics

Non-real zeroes of homogeneous differential polynomials and generalizations of the Hawaii conjecture

 

Andrei Domrin, Moscow State University

Holomorphic solutions of soliton equations

Nikos Chalmoukis, University of Bologna

Holomorphic semigroups and Sarason’s characterization of vanishing mean oscillation

 

Yurii Lyubarskii, Saint-Petersburg State University

 

On optimal control problem for delay differential equations

 

In addition  two lectures by Nicola Arcozzi (University of Bologna):

The Hardy space in engineering

Organizing committee:

Anton Baranov, Yurii Belov, Pavel Mozolyako, Saint-Petersburg State University