Analysis Group
Delft University of Technology

Welcome to the webpage of the chair of analysis at the Delft University of Technology.

Colloquium on Analysis and Applications 2017-2018

Talks in the Colloquium are accessible to a broad audience, and are intended to give an introduction into current research topics in analysis and its applications to PDEs, mathematical physics and probability theory.

Date Location Time Title Speaker Affiliation

November 30th

EEMCS Lecture room F 16.00-17.00 How half-order time derivatives help us to better understand parabolic equations Moritz Egert Université Paris-Sud

December 12th

EEMCS Lecture room F 16.00-17.00 TBA Klaas-Pieter Hart Delft University of Technology

Seminar in Analysis 2017-2018

The seminar is devoted to more specialised talks by guests of the Analysis group, and by members of the Analysis group willing to share their current research with colleagues.

Date Location Time Title Speaker Affiliation

November 20th

EEMCS Lecture room H 14.00-15.00 Support of solutions of stochastic differential equations in exponential Besov-Orlicz spaces. Martin Ondreját Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

November 21st

EEMCS Lecture room F 16.00-17.00 Classical large deviation principles on Riemannian manifolds. Rik Versendaal Delft University of Technology

December 4th

EEMCS Lecture room F 16.00-17.00 Limiting interpolation and Fourier inequalities Oscar Dominguez Bonilla Complutense University of Madrid

December 19th

EEMCS Lecture room F 16.00-17.00 A class of II$_1$ factors with exactly two group measure space decompositions. Anna Krogager KU Leuven

January 11th

Room Hilbert W.250 16.00-17.00 TBA Hun Hee Lee Seoul National University

January 23th

Room Hilbert W.250 16.00-17.00 TBA Kamilia Dahmani Université Toulouse III

January 30th

Room Hilbert W.250 16.00-17.00 TBA Jop Briët Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica

Past talks in the Colloquium and Seminar in Analysis

Below is a list of the talks which have been given in the Colloquium and the Seminar in Analysis.

Date Title Speaker Affiliation

November 14th 2017

The NLS in modulation spaces. Peer Kunstmann Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

October 31st 2017

Discretization Schemes vs Travelling Waves for Reaction-Diffusion Systems. Hermen Jan Hupkes Leiden University

October 24th 2017

Representation theory of gauge groups. Bas Janssens Delft University of Technology

July 11th 2017

Vector-valued extrapolation to Banach function spaces. Emiel Lorist Delft University of Technology

June 28th 2017

Harmonic Analysis in Rough Contexts Pierre Portal Australian National University

June 19th 2017

Non-commutative harmonic analysis and perturbations of commutators. Martijn Caspers Utrecht University

June 9th 2017

Time-scale-frequency analysis using iterated outer measure $L^p$ spaces. Gennady Uraltsev University of Bonn

June 8th 2017

Traveling waves for shallow water equations. Anna Geyer Delft University of technology

May 23rd 2017

Quantitative weighted endpoint estimates for sparsely dominated operators. Bas Nieraeth Delft University of Technology

May 11th 2017

New criteria for the boundedness of the $H^\infty$ calculus and the Stokes operator on Lipschitz domains. Lutz Weis Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

May 11th 2017

Quantitative differentiation. Tuomas Hytönen University of Helsinki

May 8th 2017

Noncommutative deformations and pseudodifferential operators. Adrián González-Pérez KU Leuven

May 4th 2017

On a nonlocal shallow water wave equation. Gabriele Brüll Norwegian University of Science and Technology

May 1st 2017

Local energy decay for the damped wave equation. Julien Royer Toulouse University

April 24th 2017

Study of the transport exponent in N-particle quantum random systems. Constanza Rojas-Molina University of Bonn

April 20th 2017

An Intersection Representation for Anisotropic Vector-valued Function Spaces. Nick Lindemulder TU Delft

April 6th 2017

Generation of semigroups for vector-valued pseudodifferential operators on the torus. Robert Denk University of Konstanz

April 3rd 2017

$QH$-equivalence of quasi-uniform spaces. Tom Vroegrijk TU Delft