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Series: Analysis Seminar

Examples of analytic fractals are Julia sets, Koch Curves, and Sierpinski
triangles, and graphs of analytic functions. Given a piece of such a set, how does one
"continue" it, in a manner consistent with the classical construction of an analytic
Riemannian manifold, starting from a locally convergent series expansion?

Series: Analysis Seminar

In the recent past multiple orthogonal polynomials have attracted great attention.
They appear in simultaneous rational approximation, simultaneous quadrature rules,
number theory, and more recently in the study of certain random matrix models.
These are sequences of polynomials which share orthogonality conditions with respect
to a system of measures. A central role in the development of this theory is played
by the so called Nikishin systems of measures for which many results of the standard
theory of orthogonal polynomials has been extended. In this regard, we present some
results on the convergence of type I and type II Hermite-Pade approximation for a
class of meromorphic functions obtained by adding vector rational functions with real
coefficients to a Nikishin system of functions (the Cauchy transforms of a Nikishin
system of measures).

Series: Analysis Seminar

We will prove a recent version of the weighted Carleson Embedding Theorem
for vector-valued function spaces with matrix weights. Time permitting, we
will discuss the applications of this theorem to estimates on
well-localized operators. This result relies heavily on the work of Kelly
Bickel and Brett Wick and is joint with Sergei Treil.

Series: Analysis Seminar

We will prove a pointwise estimate for positive dyadic shifts of complexitym which is linear in the complexity. This can be used to give a pointwiseestimate for Calderon-Zygmund operators and to answer a question posed byA. Lerner. Several applications will be discussed.- This is joint work with Jose M. Conde-Alonso.

Series: Analysis Seminar

The classical Rubio de Francia extrapolation allows you to obtain strong-type estimates for weights in A_p (and every p>1) if you can show that it holds for some p_0>1. However, the endpoint p=1 has to be treated separately. In this talk we will explain how to deduce weak-type (1,1) estimates for A_1 weights if we have a certain restricted weak-type inequality at some level p_0>1. We will then show how this approach can be applied to the Bochner-Riesz operator at the critical index and Fourier multipliers.

Series: Analysis Seminar

The conventional point of view is that the Lagrangian is a scalar
object, which through the Euler-Lagrange equations provides us with one
single equation. However, there is a key integrability property of certain
discrete systems called multidimensional consistency, which implies that we
are dealing with infinite hierarchies of compatible equations. Wanting this
property to be reflected in the Lagrangian formulation, we arrive naturally
at the construction of Lagrangian multiforms, i.e., Lagrangians which are
the components of a form and satisfy a closure relation. Then we can
propose a new variational principle for discrete integrable systems which
brings in the geometry of the space of independent variables, and from this
principle derive any equation in the hierarchy.

Series: Analysis Seminar

Karl Liechty is the

winner of the 2015 Szego prize in orthogonal polynomials and special functions.

I will discuss two different Lax systems for the Painleve II equation. One is of size 2\times 2 and was first studied by Flaschka and Newell in 1980. The other is of size 4\times 4, and was introduced by Delvaux, Kuijlaars, and Zhang in 2010. Both of these objects appear in problems in random matrix theory and closely related fields. I will describe how they are related, and discuss the applications of this relation to random matrix theory.

Series: Analysis Seminar

The main result to be discussed will be the boundedness from $L^\infty
\times L^\infty$ into $BMO$ of bilinear pseudodifferential operators
with symbols in a range of bilinear H\"ormander classes of critical
order. Such boundedness property is achieved by means of new continuity
results for bilinear operators with symbols in certain classes and a new
pointwise inequality relating bilinear operators and maximal functions.
The role played by these estimates within the general theory will be
addressed.

Series: Analysis Seminar

In this talk, we demonstrate how to use convexity to identify specific operations on Archimedean vector lattices that are defined abstractly through functional calculus with more concretely defined operations. Using functional calculus, we then introduce functional completions of Archimedean vector lattices with respect to continuous, real-valued functions on R^n that are positively homogeneous. Given an Archimedean vector lattice E and a continuous, positively homogeneous function h on R^n, the functional completion of E with respect to h is the smallest Archimedean vector lattice in which one is able to use functional calculus with respect to h. It will also be shown that vector lattice homomorphisms and positive linear maps can often be extended to such completions. Combining all of the aforementioned concepts, we characterize Archimedean complex vector lattices in terms of functional completions. As an application, we construct the Fremlin tensor product for Archimedean complex vector lattices.

Series: Analysis Seminar

In the course of their work on the Unique Games Conjecture, Harrow, Kolla,
and Schulman proved that the spherical maximal averaging operator on the
hypercube satisfies an L^2 bound independent of dimension, published in
2013. Later, Krause extended the bound to all L^p with p > 1 and, together
with Kolla, we extended the dimension-free bounds to arbitrary finite
cliques. I will discuss the dimension-independence proofs for clique
powers/hypercubes, focusing on spectral and operator semigroup theory.
Finally, I will demonstrate examples of graphs whose Cartesian powers'
maximal bounds behave poorly and present the current state and future
directions of the project of identifying analogous asymptotics from a
graph's basic structure.