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Research - Harmonic Analysis and Wave Phenomena

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Update: 2021/08/03

Research

Harmonic Analysis and Wave Phenomena

Period
August 10th–11th, 2021
Venue
Online (Zoom)
Aim
This conference is intended to gather specialists in harmonic analysis and in wave phenomena and to promote exchange of ideas. The conference is held on the occasion of the 60th birthday of Professor Mitsuru Sugimoto in Nagoya University. We have decided to have the conference completely online, in consideration of the infection status of Covid-19. A banquet is held online using SpatialChat on August 10th.
Speakers
Matania Ben-Artzi (Hebrew University of Jerusalem),
Neal Bez (Saitama University),
Tomoya Kato (Gunma University),
Shinya Kinoshita (Saitama University),
Haruya Mizutani (Osaka University),
Michael Reissig (Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg),
Michael Ruzhansky (Universiteit Gent / Queen Mary University of London),
Joachim Toft (Linnaeus University),
Baoxiang Wang (Peking University).
Organizing Committee
Jun Kato (Nagoya University),
Tomoya Kato (Gunma Univeristy),
Shinya Kinoshita (Saitama University),
Sei Nagayasu (University of Hyogo),
Yutaka Terasawa (Nagoya University),
Naohito Tomita (Osaka University),
Yohei Tsutsui (Kyoto University).
Support
Graduate School of Mathematics, Nagoya University
Contact to
Yutaka Terasawa ()

Online Registration

Program (The time is written in Japan time.)

August 10 (Tue)
13:30-14:30

Tomoya Kato (Gunma University)

Boundedness of bilinear pseudo-differential operators of $S_{0,0}$-type in Wiener amalgam spaces and in Lebesgue spaces

14:45–15:45

Haruya Mizutani (Osaka University)

Kato–Yajima and Strichartz estimates for fractional and higher-order Schrödinger equations with Hardy potential

16:00–17:00

Michael Reissig (Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg)

Global (in time) existence versus blow-up phenomena

17:15–18:15

Michael Ruzhansky (Universiteit Gent / Queen Mary University of London)

Nonharmonic operator analysis

19:00–21:00 Banquet to celebrate the 60th birthday of Professor Mitsuru Sugimoto (online using SpatialChat)
August 11 (Wed)
10:30–11:30

Shinya Kinoshita (Saitama University)

Well-posedness of fractional NLS and semi-relativistic equations with Hartree type nonlinearity

13:30–14:30

Neal Bez (Saitama University)

Dispersive estimates for the wave equation

14:45–15:45

Baoxiang Wang (Peking University)

Nonlinear evolution equations in super-critical spaces

16:00–17:00

Joachim Toft (Linnaeus University)

Schatten–von Neumann properties of Weyl operators of Hörmander type

17:15–18:15

Matania Ben-Artzi (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Splines, biharmonic operator and approximate eigenvalues

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