"A Conference in Analysis" was held at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, from Tuesday, October 12, 1999 through Saturday, October 16, 1999.
Organizing Committee: Vitaly Bergelson, Dan Burghelea, Joe Diestel, and Paul Nevai [chair]
The purpose of the conference was to bring together distinguished mathematicians in a number of areas of analysis such as Complex Analysis, Harmonic Analysis, Operator Theory, Partial Differential Equations, Banach Spaces, and Approximation Theory, with young researchers and graduate students. The conference topics are closely related to the research subjects which our friend and colleague Boris Mityagin has studied during his forty year long mathematical career.
The speaker were Yuri Brudnyi, Ronald A. DeVore, Alexander Dynin, Per Enflo, Ciprian Ilie Foias, Theodore W. Gamelin, Evgenii A. Gorin, William B. Johnson, Thomas Kappeler, Yitzhak Katznelson, Boris Korenblum, Anatolii Kostioutchenko, Vitali Milman, Nikolai K. Nikolski, Sergey Novikov, Alexander Pelczynski, Vladimir M. Tikhomirov, Dietmar Vogt, Alexander Volberg, Vyaceslav Zahariuta, and Nahum Zobin.
The list of particpiants is given here.
The conference was supported by funds from the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications at Minnesota, the International Mathematical Research Institute at Ohio State, and the National Science Foundation.
Subject to availability of funds, we provided partial financial support for some of the participants. Priority was given to [North American based] graduate students and recent Ph.D.'s.
Those who wished to be placed on the e-mail list of the conference should have sent a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Up-to-date information was [and will be] be posted on this web page.
N.B. All the talks were held in the 7th floor lounge of the math department [MW 724], and they lasted approximately 50 minutes each.
10/12/99 10/13/99 10/14/99 10/15/99 10/16/99 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 09:00 ============== coffee/tea/bagels/juice/refreshments =============== Chair Nevai Sundaresan Bergelson Xie Mityagin 09:30 DeVore Novikov Korenblum Enflo 10:00 Opening by Milman 10:30 Tikhomirov Gamelin Foias Vogt Pelczynski 11:30 Nikolski Milman Kostioutchenko Gorin Johnson 12:20 =========================== lunch break =========================== 14:00 ===== coffee/tea/cookies/fruits [except Thursday & Saturday] ====== Chair Nazarov Bimpeh Kovrijkine Cwikel 14:30 Volberg Brudnyi Zobin Katznelson 15:30 Kappeler Dynin Dept Tea Zahariuta 16:30 Colloquium by C. Foias 17:00 Reception [in UH 014] 18:15 Banquet
Yuri Brudnyi [B] The "Main Problem" of interpolation space theory: dreams and reality Ronald A. DeVore [P] The Averaging Lemma and new thoughts on interpolation of operators Alexander Dynin [P] Nuclear Spaces: Past, Present and Future Abstract: Among the initial subjects of the B. Mityagin mathematical research we find the nuclear vector spaces. They had been introduced by A. Grothendieck in 1951 (thus we are close to another anniversary to celebrate). In this non-technical lecture I shall highlight Boris' results about them in the context of the "golden years" of Moscow mathematical school. After the early fascination with the nuclear spaces, they have almost moved to limbo. However they are destined to have an essential role in the future analysis in infinite dimensions, rather than the less flexible Banach spaces. The lecture should be accessible for graduate students. Per Enflo [B] Extremal vectors and invariant subspaces Ciprian Ilie Foias [P] Ramsey Equilibria in Economics Abstract: This will be a survey of the work done by R.A. Becker and the speaker, on a model introduced by the former as a mathematical metaphor for the economical ideas of F. Ramsey. Theodore W. Gamelin Uniform algebras and Banach spaces Eugeni A. Gorin [B] Universal symbols on locally compact Abelian groups William B. Johnson [P] Affine approximation of Lipschitz functions Thomas Kappeler [B] Birkhoff coordinates for KdV and applications Yitzhak Katznelson [B] Chromatic numbers of Cayley graphs and recurrence Boris Korenblum [P/B] Jensen-type inequalities and radial null sets Anatolii Kostioutchenko Stability of the top with cavity filled with a [P] viscous fluid Vitali Milman [B] A concept of Concentration on Probability Spaces Nikolai K. Nikolski [B] Recent progress in the similarity problem Sergey Novikov [P] Graphs: Scattering and Solitons Alexander Pelczynski [P] Riesz-Sobolev projections Vladimir M. Tikhomirov Optimal methods of approximation and recovery of [P/B] smooth and analytic functions Dietmar Vogt [B] On the space of real analytic functions Alexander Volberg [P] Noncommutative weighted estimates and sharp bounds for vector paraproducts Vyaceslav Zahariuta [B] Linear topological invariants Nahum Zobin [B] Whitney's problem and Fourier Analysis in Fock space
When: 17:00 on October 12, 1999 Where: MW 724 - the 7th floor lounge of the math department
When: 18:15 to 20:30 on October 14, 1999 (cash bar from 17:30 to 19:00) Where: the 11th floor Buckeye Room #IV of Holiday Inn on Lane Phone: 1-614-294-4848 Note: max 60 participants Menu: fresh garden greens salad, table service of dressings, Chicken Holderbaum (boneless breast of chicken encasing creamy Swiss cheese and pine nuts and graced with luscious Mornay sauce), redskin potato[e]s, fresh broccoli, strawberry mousse Vegetarian Menu: same as above with the chicken thing replaced by pasta (tortellini with marinara sauce] Note: Notify Paul Nevai concerning special diet such as kosher/vegetarian/etc.
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FYI, the coldest/warmest between between 10/12 and 10/16 was 24F/90F [-4C/32C] in 1987/1939.
If you were promised [partial] payment for your transportation, please see Ms. Radcliff during the conference and show her your ticket. Ms. Radcliff will need your home address and, maybe, your SSN or passport number. Please ask her directly about the information needed.
Ms. Radcliff will consult the organizers how much to pay. Eventually, if we are to reimburse you for some of your expenses, you will receive a check sent to your home address. If you don't get the monies within a reasonable period of time, say 6 weeks, then please consult Ms. Radcliff.
Please keep in mind that if we pay your hotel directly then it will be significantly cheaper since there will be no sales tax. Nevertheless, if you wish, we can pay directly to you the amount we promised you.
The organizers will be busy doing many things during and after the conference, including teaching their classes and attending the lectures so that they will have very little time if any at all dealing with matters of financial nature. Hence, all financial issues must be addressed directly to Ms. Radcliff.
On the other hand, Ms. Radcliff will deal only with financial matters so please do not ask her for any other favors.
Marilyn Radcliff Department of Mathematics The Ohio State University 231 W 18th Avenue Columbus, OH 43210 Phone: 1-614-292-3317 Fax: 1-614-292-1479 E-mail: email@example.com Office: MA 110 - please ask the receptionist how to find it
Holiday Inn on Lane (1-614-294-4848) set aside a block of rooms at a discounted rate of $79 [reference: Functional Analysis Conference]. Contact Daren Lehman (firstname.lastname@example.org). The hotel is about 0.5 mile (0.8 km) northwest from our department. They have complimentary transportation to and from the airport.
Cross Country Inn, North (1-614-267-4646 and 1-800-621-1429). The rooms are about $58 to $66 [+ they have an approximately 9% AAA discount]. This motel is about 2.2 miles (3.5 km) northwest from our department (there is a free Campus Bus service every 15 minutes, and it is a short walk from the hotel to the bus stop).
Ramada University Hotel (1-614-267-7461 ext 653) offers complimentary transportation to and from campus and the airport. Contact Betsy Robinson (email@example.com). Ask for the special rate of $79 (Mathematics - LMA). This hotel is about 2 miles (3.2 km) northwest from our department (there is a free Campus Bus service every 15 minutes, and it is a short walk from the hotel to the bus stop).
Red Roof Inn (1-614-267-9941 and 1-800-843-766) is about $65 per room. This motel is about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) northwest from our department (there is a free Campus Bus service every 15 minutes and the motel is next to the bus stop).
Victorian Bed & Breakfast (1-614-299-1656) is at 78 Smith Place which is about 1 mile [1.6 km] south from our department. The [very spacious] rooms are about $60 to $85 depending on the number of occupants. This place is also a short walking distance from the downtown area.