Operator and Spectral Theory

University of Reading, 12:30, April 4, 2018
Funded by an LMS Scheme 9 grant.
Travel support available for UK research students without other means of support.

The aim of the meeting is to highlight the interplay between operator and spectral theory, and to illustrate modern problems relevant to both areas.

Ole Fredrik Brevig (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
Jonathan Partington (University of Leeds)
Alexander Pushnitski (King’s College London)
Lucia Scardia (University of Bath)
Karl-Mikael Perfekt (University of Reading)


11:30 Lunch (for early arrivers), at Eat at the Square (building 7 on the map).

Talks in Mathematics room 314:
12:30-12:50 K.-M. Perfekt: “Poincaré fundamental functions”
13:00-13:50 A. Pushnitski, “Schmidt subspaces of Hankel operators”
14:00-14:50 L. Scardia, “Equilibrium measures for nonlocal energies: The effect of anisotropy”
14:50-15:20 Break
15:30-16:20 J.R. Partington, “Properties of restricted shift operators”
16:30-17:20 O.F. Brevig, “Hilbert–type inequalities and operator theory in the Hardy space of Dirichlet series”

17:20 Wine reception in Mathematics room 112.

19:00 Dinner at Franco Manca.

Whiteknights Campus
University of Reading

From London Paddington, take the train to Reading [RDG] (25 minutes). From Heathrow, take the bus to Reading (45-minute nonstop service, see www.railair.com). From the Reading Train Station, take the bus (21 or 21a) to Reading University (Whiteknights campus). Map of Whiteknights campus. Mathematics is Building 4 on the map.

Hotel ibis Reading (town center)
The Cedars Hotel (on campus)
Hillingdon Prince (15-minute walk)

Registration fee:
10 GBP

Karl-Mikael Perfekt, k.perfekt (at) reading.ac.uk

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