Seminar on
Probability/Harmonic Analysis
Spring 2002

Department of Mathematics, University of Utah

Wednesday 200-300 p.m., LCB 219

Much of this semester we will be running a reading seminar on the Carleson-Hunt theorem of harmonic analysis; this is one of the great accomplishments of twentieth-century mathematics, and while its proof is difficult, it is based on a variety of ideas many of which are both useful and accessible. Occasionally, we will have visitors as well. During those times, the usual probability seminar will resume. These lectures will be announced in advance on this page.

November 6.David Levin, University of Utah
Harnack inequalities and heat kernel estimates for jump processes.
October 30.Pedro Mendez, University of Utah
The Hilbert Transform, Continued.
October 26-27. AMS Sectional Meeting. Session on "Time Series, Heavy Tails, and Application." (Related to the general theme of the probability seminar).
October 23.Pedro Mendez, University of Utah
The Hilbert Transform.
October 16.Davar Khoshnevisan, University of Utah
Toward the Hilbert Transform: Conjugate harmonic functions.
October 9.Davar Khoshnevisan, University of Utah
Toward the Hilbert Transform: Fejer's theorem.
October 2.An Le, University of Utah
Baire's Theorem, and Counterexamples in Real and Harmonic Analysis.
September 25.Davar Khoshnevisan, University of Utah
Theorems of Dirichlet, Dini, and Jordan.
September 18.Pedro Mendez, University of Utah
The Hardy-Littlewood maximal function.
September 11.Joseph Steinebach, Phillips Universität, Marburg
Change-Point Analysis of Processes Based on Weak Invariance Principles.
Abstract. ( Pdf|| Postscript)
September 4.Marie Huskova, Charles University, Prague
Some Remarks on Change-Point Analysis.
Abstract. ( Pdf|| Postscript)

Seminar organizer: Davar Khoshnevisan (Home Page || Email)

Last Update: October 28, 2002
© 2002--Davar Khoshnevisan