Potential Theory Workshop: Intersections in Harmonic Analysis, Partial Differential Equations and Probability
The aim of this workshop is to strengthen the interactions between the harmonic analysis, partial differential equations and probability communities in Mexico and abroad. The event will take place in Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas (CIMAT) in Guanajuato Mexico from the 28th of september to the 6th of october of 2023 and consists of two parts. From the 28th to the 30th there will be a series of talks from leading experts in the three areas. During the week starting the 2nd of october there will be three mini-courses with problem sessions and different panels geared toward graduate students and researchers.
Each mini-course will focus on one of the three main areas and will consist of 3 lectures of 90 minutes and 3 problem sessions of 60 minutes each. Tentatively the panels will address job applications, open problems and research directions. We will also invite students to present their research in a poster session during this week.
Participants of the event that require accommodation will be lodged at CIMATEL, a housing facility a walking distance from CIMAT.
Prof. Krzysztof Bogdan (Wroclaw University of Scienceand Technology, Poland)
Prof. Luis Caffarelli (University of Texas in Austin, USA)
Prof. José Ramón Madrid (Virginia Tech, USA)
Prof. Andrea Nahmod (University of MAssachusett in Amherst, USA)
Prof. Tatiana Toro (University of Washington, USA. to be confirmed)
Prof. Isidro Munive Lima (CUCEI, Guadalajara)
Prof. José Luis Pérez Garmendia (CIMAT, Guanajuato)
Prof. Magali Louise Marie Folch (IMUNAM, Ciudad de Mexico)
Prof. Mariana Smit Vega García (Western Washington University, USA)
Prof. Ricardo Saenz (Universidad de Colima, Colima)
Prof. Rodrigo Bañuelos (Purdue, USA)
Prof. Saraí Hernández Torres (IMUNAM, Ciudad de Mexico)
Administrative and scientific coordinators
Héctor Andrés Chang-Lara (CIMAT - Guanajuato)
Juan Carlos Pardo Millán (CIMAT - Guanajuato)
Cristina Pereyra (UNM - Albuquerque)
Alberto Saldaña (UNAM - Ciudad de México)
More information please contact to:
Lupita Hernández at email@example.com