Mini-courses in Mathematical Analysis 2024

We announce that the Mini-courses in Mathematical Analysis 2024 will take place from June 24 to June 28. The program consists of four courses and a limited number of short communications.

The meeting is particularly indicated to PhD students, postdocs, young researchers and well-established experts in Mathematical Analysis.

The courses are the following:

When additive combinatorics meets ergodic theory and Fourier analysis
by Prof. Mariusz Mirek
Rutgers University, USA
Analysis on manifolds and applications to layer potentials
by Prof. Victor Nistor
Université De Lorraine, France
Min-max principle as a tool for spectral asymptotics
by Prof. Konstantin Pankrashkin
University of Oldenburg, Germany
Some classic results in shape optimization
by Prof. Cristina Trombetti
Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy

Venue: the activities will take place in room P4, located on the 2nd floor of Edificio Paolotti, Via Paolotti 2/a, Padova, Italy.


Participants willing to give a short talk (25 min) should send an abstract to (Deadline: May 31). The abstract should be prepared by using this template

Please note that a limited number of slots are available.

Blackboard, overhead and data projector will be available for the presentations.

Participants should register by filling the registration form where institutional e-mail address is required (note that we do not send a confirmation message.)

IF YOU NEED AN INVITATION LETTER please click and read carefully here

Updated DETAILED PROGRAM (pdf, updated June 14th, 2024)

Book of abstracts (pdf, updated June 18th, 2024)

Lecture notes of Prof. Nistor

The mini-courses are organized by

  • Davide Buoso (University of Eastern Piedmont)
  • Victor I. Burenkov (RUDN University)
  • Valentina Casarino (University of Padova)
  • Paolo Ciatti (University of Padova)
  • Matteo Dalla Riva (University of Palermo)
  • Pier Domenico Lamberti (University of Padova)
  • Massimo Lanza de Cristoforis (University of Padova)
  • Corentin Léna (University of Padova)
  • Paolo Musolino (University of Padova)

We acknowledge the support of:

In association with ISAAC - International Society for Analysis, its Applications and Computation

The Mini-courses in Mathematical Analysis 2024 have the partronage of the
Dipartimento di Tecnica e Gestione dei Sistemi Industriali - DTG
of the University of Padova

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