Informal-Analysis-Seminar-Diestel

KENT STATE INFORMAL ANALYSIS SEMINAR DEDICATED TO THE WORK OF JOE DIESTEL

Supported by NSF, Elsevier, the Department of Mathematical Sciences & Kent State University.

March 20-21, 2010

Please e-mail Dmitry Ryabogin ryabogin@math.kent.edu
or Artem Zvavitch zvavitch@math.kent.edu
for more information.

Organizers: Analysis Group and Millions of Joe's Friends!

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Here some info  about Joe  research / students .

Speakers:

  • Peter Casazza (University of Missouri-Columbia).
  • Guillermo Curbera (Universidad de Sevilla).
  • Hans Jarchow (University of Zurich).
  • Jose Orihuela (Universidad de Murcia).
  • Alexander Koldobsky (University of Missouri-Columbia).
  • Fedor Nazarov (University of Wisconsin, Madison).
  • Antonio M. Peralta (University of Granada).
  • Aleksander Pelczynski (Polish Academy of Science).
  • Paulette Saab (University of Missouri-Columbia).
  • Thomas Schlumprecht (Texas A&M University).
  • Lutz Weis (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology).

Schedule:

Saturday,  March 20.

  • 10:00 Breakfast/Coffee.
  • 10:30 Opening Remarks.
  • 11:00 - 11:50 Hans Jarchow, "A matrix operator based on classical sequences and series''.
  • 12:00 - 12:50 Alexander Koldobsky, "Positive definite functions and stable random vectors".
  • 1:00 - 2:00  Lunch in the library
  • 2:10 - 3:00 Thomas Schlumprecht  "Embedding uniformly convex spaces into spaces with very few operators".
  • 3:10 - 4:00 Guillermo Curbera  "From stochastic processes to vector measures and back".
  • 4:00 - 4:30 Coffee
  • 4:30 - 4:50 Paulette Saab "On Vector measures and associated convolution operators".
  • 5:00 - 5:30 Antonio M. Peralta
  • 5:30 -          Joe Diestel
  • 7:00 - ....  DINNER  VFW Club at 500 Vfw Pkwy Kent, OH 44240-3414

Sunday, March 21.

  • 9:00 - 10:00 Breakfast/Coffee.
  • 10:00 - 10:50 Peter Casazza"The Kadison-Singer Problem in Mathematics and Engineering".
  • 11:00 - 11:50  Lutz Weis "Random sums in Analysis".
  • 12:00 - 1:00 Lunch
  • 1:00 - 1:50 Aleksander Pelczynski  "The bounded approximation property of pairs with applications".
  • 2:00 - 2:50 Jose Orihuela "James boundaries in Banach spaces".
  • 2:50 - 3:30 Coffee
  • 4:00 - 4:50  Fedor Nazarov.
The  conference registration fee is $135 for three day stay (March 19-March 22) in the Microtel hotel at Streetsboro, plus $65  which includes pick up/drop off from the airport and Saturday/Sunday lunches/dinners to be provided at the department.  If you plan to stay fewer then 3 nights or prefer to make your own accommodation arrangements please reduce your registration fee by $45 for each day that you will not use our hotel.  If it is possible, please, send a check for your registration fee, made out to "The Department of Mathematical Sciences" to Virginia Wright, The Department of Mathematical Sciences, Kent, State University, Kent, OH, US, 44242. The fee can be also paid during the registration (check/cash).

Depending on funds availability we may waive registration fee for young researchers and people without available funding!!!! Please contact Artem Zvavitch as soon as possible.

Transportation: For driving directions and maps of the university please click here and select the information needed. Parking Services will not monitor the parking lot in front of the Mathematical Sciences building on March 20-21, 2010. 

The closest airports to Kent are  Akron/Canton  Airport (CAK)  and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE). We will schedule pick-up from the airport if advance notice will be provided.

Participants:(as of 3/10/2010):  John K. Alexopoulos (Kent State), Carlos Angosto (Universidad de Murcia),   Richard Aron (Kent State), Tom Barton (University of Chicago),  Juan Bes (Bowling Green State), Qingying Bu (University of Mississippi),  Bernardo Cascales (Universidad de Murcia), Jesús Castillo (Universidad de Extremadura), Peter Casazza (University of Missouri, Columbia), Jameson Cahill (University of Missouri, Columbia), Kit C. Chan (Bowling Green State),  Michael Chebotar (Kent State), Lu Chen (Kent State),  YunSung Choi (Pohang University of Science and Technology), Jeff Connor (Ohio University), Michelle Cordier (Kent State),  Guillermo P. Curbera (Universidad de Sevilla), Bill Davis (Ohio State), Mienie De Kock (Texas A&M University), Geoff Diestel (University of Portland), Joe Diestel (Kent State), Stephen Dilworth (University of South Carolina),  Paddy Dowling (Miami University),  Per Enflo (Kent State), Barbara Faires (Mathematical Association of America), Alexander Fish (University of Wisconsin), Willian Franca (Kent State), Daniel Fresen (University of Missouri, Columbia),  Hans Jarchow  (University of Zurich),  Francisco J Garcia (Texas A& M University), Berhane Ghaim (Southeastern University),  James Hagler (University of Denver), Andreas Heinecke (University of Missouri, Columbia),  Terje Hoim (Florida Atlantic University), Ralph Howard (University of South Carolina), Bob Huff, Gokul Kadel (Bowling Green State),  Alexander Koldobsky (University of Missouri-Columbia),  Christopher Lennard (University of Pittsburgh), Victor Lomonosov (Kent State), Jaegil Kim (Kent State), Olena Kozhushkina (Kent State),   Vania Mascioni (Ball State University), Ozgur Martin (Bowling Green State), Manuel Maestre (Universidad de Valencia), Robert Megginson (University of Michigan),  Luiza Moraes (Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Isaac Namioka (University of Washington), Jose Orihuela (Universidad de Murcia), Aleksander Pelczynski (Polish Academy of Science),Leo Pinheiro (Bowling Green State),  Antonio Peralta (Universidad de Granada),  Narcisse Randrianantoanina (Miami University), Pilar Rueda (Universidad de Valencia), Zachariah Riel (Kent State),  Mark Rudelson (University of Missouri, Columbia), Dmitry Ryabogin (Kent State), Elias Saab (University of Missouri, Columbia),  Paulette Saab (University of Missouri, Columbia),  Giuseppe Saluzzo (University of Catania),  Frank Sanacory ( College at Old Westbury),   Angela Spalsbury (Youngstown State University), Emily Sprague (Edinboro University of Pennsylvania), Jeffrey Schlaerth (Kent State),  Carsten Schütt (Universität Kiel), Thomas Schlumprecht (Texas A&M University), Greg Stevenson (Kent State),  Andrew Tonge (Kent State), Barry Turett (Oakland University),  Tom Wakefield (Youngstown State University), Lutz Weis (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Elisabeth Werner (Case Western), Mark Wessels (Kent State),  Pavel Wolff (Case Western),  Artem Zvavitch (Kent State).

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