Workshop on Singular Integrals and Analysis on
CR Manifolds

May 3 - 8, 2004

Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia

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Galia Dafni (Concordia University),
Andrea Fraser (Dalhousie University)

The theory of singular integral operators in the context of analysis on CR submanifolds of Cn, in particular the Heisenberg group, has been studied and proven fruitful over the last 30 years. In recent years, the emphasis has shifted to singular integral operators which do not fall under the standard Calderon-Zygmund theory. These include operators arising from product kernels on nilpotent Lie groups, which in turn lead to the study of flag kernels. The workshop combines the areas of harmonic analysis, several complex variables, symmetric spaces and Lie groups. It will include two series of lectures, to be delivered by Alexander Nagel (Wisconsin) and Elias M. Stein (Princeton).




Invited Speakers


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Invited Speakers

Albert Boggess (Texas A&M)
Aline Bonami (Orléans)
Der-Chen Chang (Georgetown)
Anthony Dooley (New South Wales)
Jacques Faraut (Pierre et Marie Curie)
Gerald Folland (Washington)
Simon Gindikin (Rutgers)
Peter C. Greiner (Toronto)
Adam Koranyi (CUNY Lehman College)
Gerd Mockenhaupt (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Alexander Nagel (Wisconsin-Madison)
Linda Rothschild (UC San Diego)
Nancy Stanton (Notre Dame)
Elias M. Stein (Princeton)
Keith F. Taylor (Dalhousie)
Sundaram Thangavelu (Indian Statistical Institute)
James Wright (Edinburgh)
We wish to acknowledge The National Science Foundation (NSF) for their contribution (NSF grant DMS-0339017).


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