November 2, 2021
Math department virtually hosts 17th Prairie Analysis Seminar
The K-State mathematics department will host the 17th Prairie Analysis Seminar virtually Nov. 5-6, featuring leading experts in harmonic analysis and partial differential equations.
Malabika Pramanik of the University of British Columbia will give two one-hour talks. María Jesús Carro of Universidad Complutense de Madrid and David Cruz-Uribe of the University of Alabama will each give one-hour talks. Pramanik's lectures will focus on recent research at the interface of harmonic analysis, number theory and additive combinatorics; Carro and Cruz-Uribe will present recent advances in the areas of harmonic analysis, real analysis and partial differential equation. A number of shorter talks also will be given by mathematicians from throughout the U.S. and abroad.
The conference is organized by K-State Professors Virginia Naibo and Diego Maldonado, along with KU Professors Dionyssis Mantzavinos and Shuanglin Shao.
The 17th Prairie Analysis Seminar is part of a sequence of yearly analysis meetings organized each fall by the departments of mathematics at Kansas State University and the University of Kansas. The conference is supported by the National Science Foundation and by the K-State mathematics department. It is conducted in cooperation with the Association for Women in Mathematics and supports the statements on diversity, inclusion and welcoming environment of the association.
For more information, visit the conference page at math.k-state.edu/pas.