Tuesday seminar, Fall 2017
Contact:
Serge Richard (richard@math.nagoyau.ac.jp), Rm. 237 in Sci. Bldg. A
This seminar focusses on the problem of diffraction, from a mathematical point of view.
Each week, a few students can present their respective work related to this subject.
Other students are encouraged to ask questions and provide feedback.
The guiding paper will be this seminal paper,
and this book will also be used.
Schedule : Tuesday (18:30  20.00) in room 207 of the Science Building A

October 3
Sun Qiwen (M1) : Selfintroduction
Cong Bui (U3) : Autocorrelation of unbounded measures (I)

October 10
S. R. : Review on measure theory, a nice concise book and
the notes

October 17
S. R. : Complex measures
Naohiro Tsuzu (U2) : Lebesgue decomposition theorem and RadonNikodym theorem
Eslam Sabri (U2) : On BanachTarski paradox (I)

October 24
Cong Bui (U3) : Autocorrelation of unbounded measures (II)

October 31
Cong Bui (U3) : Autocorrelation of unbounded measures (III)
Cong Bui (U3) : Measure, distribution and the Fourier transform (I)

November 7
Liyang Zhang (U1) : A few property of the Fourier transform (I)
Hideki Inoue (M2) : Lattices and Poisson summation formula (I)

November 21
S. R. : Measure, distribution and the Fourier transform (II)

November 28
Song Ha (U2) : On a computation for the lattice Z^d (I)
S. R. : Measure, distribution and the Fourier transform (III)

December 5
Cong Bui (U3) : Diffraction and the autocorrelation (I)
S. R. : Diffraction, following Chap. 9 of [BG] (I)

December 12
S. R. : Reminder on periodic lattice, following Chap. 9 of [BG] (I)
Naohiro Tsuzu (U2) : Autocorrelation for weighted FLC sets (Example 9.1 of [BG])
Liyang Zhang (U1) : Z^2periodic point measures (Example 9.3 of [BG])

December 19
Bernard Gelloz : Crystal structure, reciprocal lattice and Xray diffraction,
see the following link on YouTube

January 9
Bernard Gelloz : Crystal structure, reciprocal lattice and Xray diffraction (second part of the presentation)

January 16
S. R. : Introduction to topology (I)

January 23
S. R. : Introduction to topology (II)
S. R. : Conclusion on diffraction (I)
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