Workshop in Convexity and geometric aspects of Harmonic Analysis

This workshop will feature five three-hour lecture courses. Several hours a day shall be allocated for research discussions in groups, on the topics related to the lecture courses. The participants shall be encouraged to propose problems for discussion before and during the conference. 
Researchers at early stages in their career, such as graduate students, postdocs, and tenure track professors, are particularly encouraged to participate. Partial funding shall be available for travel and accommodation. More information shall be announced at a later date. You are invited to register for the workshop using the form below. 


  • Shiri Artstein, Tel-Aviv University

    Topic: Connections between Asymptotic Analysis, Symplectic Geometry and Billiards

  • Alexander Koldobsky, University of Missouri-Columbia

    Topic: Fourier analysis in geometric tomography

  • Grigoris Paouris, Texas A&M University

    Topic: Refinements of the concentration of measures under convexity

  • Stefanie Petermichl, The University of Toulouse

    Topic: Weighted inequalities in Harmonic Analysis

  • Elsiabeth Werner, Case Western Reserve University

    Topic: Floating bodies and approximation

For updated information and to register see the Conference Website :

Additional Information:

Registered participants (as of August 2018)

Preliminary schedule

This workshop is supported by: The NSF and The Georgia Institute of Technology.

Event Details


  • Monday, December 9, 2019 - 9:00am to Friday, December 13, 2019 - 6:00pm