LMS-Bath-WIMCS Analysis Day

This one-day meeting will start at 10:00 on Friday 4th of December 2015. The scientific programme will end by 18:00. The meeting is part of an annual programme of four meetings that covers a range of topics in analysis and its applications.

Registration is free.

Please send an email to Elaine Ritchie (E.N.Ritchie@bath.ac.uk) with the subject "LMS-Bath-WIMCS Analysis Day" by Friday 27th of November 2015 to register.

Please include the following in the body of your email:

  • Your name and affiliation;
  • Any special dietary requirements
  • State whether or not you will attend the conference dinner.

    The venue for the dinner is TBC. For members of the participating departments, and invited speakers, the cost of dinner will be covered.


    Sabine Bögli (University of Bern and Cardiff University)

    Suresh Eswarathasan (Cardiff University)

    Alberto Farina (University of Picardie)

    Veronique Fischer (University of Bath)

    Massimo Lanza de Cristoforis (University of Padova)

    Eugene Shargorodsky (King's College London)

    All talks will take place in Room 4W1.2 at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath


    9:45--10:15 Arrival and registration: Level 1 Atrium, Department of Mathematical Sciences

    10:15--11.00 Sabine Bögli (University of Bern and Cardiff University) The essential numerical range for unbounded linear operators

    11:05--11:50 Suresh Eswarathasan (Cardiff University) Strong scarring and closed hyperbolic trajectories

    11:50-12:35 Lunch in Level 1 Atrium

    12:35--13:20 Alberto Farina (University of Picardie) On the classification of nonnegative solutions to semilinear equations in half-spaces

    13:25--14:10 Veronique Fischer (University of Bath) Pseudo-differential operators on Lie groups

    14:15--15:00 Massimo Lanza de Cristoforis (University of Padova) A functional analytic approach to homogenization problems

    15:00--15:15 Tea/coffee in Level 1 Atrium

    15:15-16:15 Landscapes in Mathematical Sciences in Wolfson Thetre (4W1.7): George Weiss (Tel Aviv)

    16:30--17:15 Eugene Shargorodsky (King's College London) When does the norm of a Fourier multiplier dominate its L-infinity norm?

    18:10 Dinner at the Woods restaurant

    The meeting is supported by: LMS Joint Research Groups in the UK (Scheme 3); Institute of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science (Aberystwyth University); Bath Institute for Mathematical Innovation (University of Bath), Cardiff School of Mathematics (Cardiff University), Department of Mathematics (Swansea University).