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This presentation is dedicated to extending both defocusing and focusing Calogero–Moser–Sutherland derivative nonlinear Schrödinger equations (CMSdNLS), which are introduced in Abanov–Bettelheim–Wiegmann [arXiv:0810.5327], Gérard-Lenzmann [arXiv:2208.04105] and R.

We prove a wavelet T(1) theorem for compactness of multilinear Calderón -Zygmund (CZ) operators. Our approach characterizes compactness in terms of testing conditions and yields a representation theorem for compact CZ forms in terms of wavelet and paraproduct forms that reflect the compact nature of the operator. This talk is based on joint work with Walton Green and Brett Wick.

The goal of this talk is to discuss the Lp boundedness of the trilinear Hilbert transform along the moment curve. We show that it is bounded in the Banach range.

We shall discuss the quantum dynamics associated with ergodic Schroedinger operators. Anderson localization (pure point spectrum with exponentially decaying eigenfunctions) has been obtained for a variety of ergodic operator families, but it is well known that Anderson localization is highly unstable and can also be destroyed by generic rank one perturbations.

This will be an expository talk which aims to introduce some problems in harmonic analysis and geometric measure theory concerning the geometry of a measure for which an associated integral operator is well behaved. As an example, we shall prove a result of Mattila and Preiss concerning the relationship between the rectifiability of a measure and the existence of the Riesz transform in the sense of principle value.

We present new results concerning characterizations of the spaces $C^{1,\alpha}$ and “$LI_{\alpha+1}$” for $0<\alpha<1$. The space $LI_{\alpha +1}$ is the space of Lipschitz functions with $\alpha$-order fractional derivative having bounded mean oscillation. These characterizations involve geometric square functions which measure how well the graph of a function is approximated by a hyperplane at every point and scale. We will also discuss applications of these results to higher-order rectifiability.

The Poincaré constant of a body, or more generally a probability density, in $\mathbb R^n$ measures how "spread out" the body is - for instance, this constant controls how long it takes heat to flow from an arbitrary point in the body to any other. It's thus intuitively reasonable that convolving a "sufficiently nice" measure with a Gaussian, which tends to flatten and smooth out the measure, would increase its Poincaré constant ("spectral monotonicity").