The Paris-London Analysis Seminar

A group of analysts (see the scientific committee below), working in the London or Paris area, have decided to organize a joint seminar. This Paris-London Analysis Seminar meets four times a year: June in Paris, September in London, December in Paris, March in London, for a one-day seminar of four or five talks. The next session of the meeting is described below.

The next meeting will be held in London
on Friday October 14, 2016
at University College London

Speakers will be

Aline Bonami (Université d'Orleans),
Gabriel Paternain (University of Cambridge),
Nadia Sidorova (University College London),
Laurent Stolovitch (Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis).

See the abstracts of the previous sessions.

The Winter session will be held in Paris at Institut Henri Poincaré on Friday December 9, 2016.

Scientific Committee

N. Burq Université Paris 11
J.-Y. Chemin Université Paris 6
E.B. Davies King's College, London
J.-M. Delort Université Paris 13
M. Esteban Université Paris-Dauphine
V. Georgescu Université de Cergy-Pontoise
P. Gérard Université Paris 11
D. Gérard-Varet Université Paris 7
I. Goldsheid Queen Mary, University of London
A. Grigis Université Paris 13
M. Hadzic King's College, London (organiser)
B. Helffer Université Paris 11
B. Khoruzhenko Queen Mary, University of London
F. Klopp Université Paris 6
S. Kuksin Maxwell Institute, Edinburgh & École Polytechnique, Palaiseau
Y. Kurylev University College, London
A. Laptev Imperial College, London
N. Lerner Université Paris 6
J. Le Rousseau Université d'Orléans (organiser)
L. Parnovski University College, London
T. Paul École Polytechnique, Palaiseau
K. Pravda-Starov Université Rennes 1
A. Pushnitski King's College, London
M. Ruzhansky Imperial College, London
Y. Safarov King's College, London
J. Sjöstrand Université de Bourgogne, Dijon
A. Sobolev University College, London
D. Vassiliev University College, London
B. Zegarlinski Imperial College, London

The organizers gratefully acknowledge the support of the London mathematical Society via a Support of joint research groups LMS grant, and the hospitality of Institut Henri Poincaré.

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