York Analysis Seminars, Autumn Term 2000
Unless otherwise indicated, talks are in Vanbrugh College, room V/131, at
11:30 every (well, almost every!) Wednesday morning during term. Coffee
beforehand in the same room at 11:00. Everybody welcome!
Note slightly later start this term, as V/131 is now doubling as a seminar
and common room.
Please contact Simon Eveson for any
- Wednesday 18th October 2000
- Speaker: Sandra Pott
- Title: Matrix BMO and the Muckenhoupt condition
- Wednesday 25th October 2000
- Speaker: Jonathan Partington (Leeds)
- Analytic functions and the causality paradox
- Wednesday 1st November
- Speaker: Walter Hayman (Imperial College)
- Title: Domination on sets and in norm
- Abstract: the talk discusses when two functions f,g in a class of
the space of functions on the unit disc D satisfying
|f(z)|\le |g(z)| on a subset E of D further satisfy ||f||\le ||g||.
- Wednesday 8th November 2000
Michael will also be speaking in the departmental seminar series at
4:00 in V/131; tea beforehand at 3:30 in Vanbrugh Senior Common Room.
for the departmental seminar programme.
- CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS
- Speaker: Michael Dritschel (Newcastle)
- Title: TBA
- Wednesday 15th November 2000
- Speaker: Vladimir Kisil (Leeds)
- Title: Quantum-Classic Brackets and Representations of the
- Wednesday 22nd November 2000
- Speaker: Martin Smith (Leeds)
- Title: Operators associated with approximation problems
- Wednesday 29th November 2000
- Yorkshire Differential Geometry Day;
- Wednesday 6th December 2000
- Speaker: Jean-Michel Coulomb
- Title: Asymptotic Analysis of Perturbed Mathematical Programs
- Tuesday 12th December 2000 3:30 in G/010
This will be a talk of two halves, including a tea break at 4:15 in
Goodricke SCR. Please note unusual time and venue.
- Wednesday 13th December 2000
- Speaker: Alexei Karlovich (Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisbon)
- Title: Estimates for the norm of the Hilbert transform in Orlicz
for links to the Departmental seminar series and the other specialist
York is also a member of the
Functional Analysis Group (YFAG) and the
North British Functional
Analysis Seminar (NBFAS)