The study of Harmonic Analysis (more details) nourishes and is nourished by adjacent fields (partial differential equations, functional analysis, geometry, etc) and comprises a lot of beautiful results and a very accurate understanding of some mathematical objects.
This international academic program will combine the idea of the “Master class” with the classical “Internet Seminar”, and will be centered around a research-like experience spanning over a period of three months.
The organization will be roughly the following:
1) Start in February 2019 with a master class (2 days) that will take place in Paris. The master class will consist of 3 mini-courses (around 3-4 hours each of them) given by international experts, that will introduce topics of current interest in modern Fourier analysis and their applications. A more detailed program of this workshop will be updated soon here.
Participation in the workshop is not required for the later phases of the program.
2) From February to May 2019, we will distribute through email some lectures (every 1-2 weeks) with exercices that will introduce participants to the realm of Real Harmonic Analysis. Topics will include Maximal function, Calderon-Zygmund theory, BMO spaces. The lectures will focus on the main ideas and concepts, and less on very technical details.
3) In May , a list of projects (original and 'small' questions) will be proposed, hoping to provide a motivation for future research in harmonic analysis. We will complete this program in August 2019, with a meeting where the participants will present their work on their different projects.
More details about calendar, financial support and practical information will be gradually updated.
For more information you can contact the organizers. We are aware that most master students have certain constraints from their university and have also to complete a Master Thesis. We try to adapt to this situation, and hope that our agenda will fit with and even complement the requirements of your master program.
This workshop is organized by Cristina Benea and Frédéric Bernicot (Université de Nantes) and is financially supported by the ERC project.