London Analysis and Probability Seminar
The London Analysis and Probability seminar is jointly organized and is alternately held by
Imperial College London;
King's College London; Queen Mary, University of London and University College London. The seminar meets during term time on Thursdays from 3:00pm-5:30pm. Please follow the links below for the details of how to get to the institutions. All are welcome to attend the meetings.
2017 Spring Term Programme:
Thursday, 12 January, 3-5.30pm Imperial College, Huxley building, Room 342.
Thursday, 9 February, 3-5.30pm Imperial College, Huxley building, Room 342.
3pm Georgi Raikov (Santiago)
Local Eigenvalue Asymptotics of the Perturbed Krein Laplacian
4.30pm Alexander Sobolev (UCL)
Extreme eigenvalues of an integral operator
Thursday, 2 March, 3-5.30pm Imperial College, Huxley building, Room 342.
3pm Herve Queffelec (Lille)
Approximation numbers of composition and weighted composition operators
4.30pm Alex Strohmaier (Leeds)
A generalisation of the field of meromorphic functions and its application to scattering theory
Thursday, 23 March, 3-5.30pm Imperial College, Huxley building, Clore Lecture Theatre .
3pm Zhirayr Avetisyan (UCL)
On the correspondence between harmonic analysis and spectral theory
4.30pm Martin Grigoryan (Yerevan)
Modifications of functions, Fourier coefficients and greedy algorithms
Friday 31 March, London (KCL):
Paris-London analysis seminar
3pm Thomas Kappeler (University of Zurich)
On the wellposedness of integrable PDEs: a survey of new results for the KdV, KdV2, and mKdV equations
4.30pm Elmar Schrohe (Hannover)
Elliptic Operators Associated with Groups of Quantized Canonical Transformations