Delft-Lille Analysis Workshop 3 (Lille, 21-22 January 2010)
This is the third edition of our bi-annual meeting.
Once again, it aims at stimulating collaborations rather than merely
presenting results. Somewhat informal talks are given in the mornings,
while the afternoons are kept free for joint work and discussions.
The first day ends with an invited talk by a special guest.
This edition is supported by the Laboratoire Paul Painlevé
and by the ANR DYNOP project.
10-11: Fréderic Bernicot (Lille): an approach of maximal regularity problems with the Hardy spaces
- 11-11.30: coffee break
- 11.30-12.30: Sonja Cox (Delft): a splitting-up scheme for linear parabolic stochastic differential equations
- 12.30-16.30: lunch, then work in small groups.
- 16.30-17: coffee break
- 17-18: Christian Le Merdy (Besancon): R-bounded representations of amenable groups
9.30-10.30: Etienne Matheron (Lens): topological transitivity vs weak mixing
for linear operators
10.30-11: coffee break
11-12: Markus Haase (Delft): the one-sided ergodic Hilbert transform
14-15: Seminar talk by Philippe Jaming (Orléans) : the phase retrieval problem
for fractional Fourier transforms
- 15-15.30: coffee break
15.30-17: work in small groups.
Catalin Badea (Lille),
Chafiq Benhida (Lille),
Fréderic Bernicot (Lille),
Sonja Cox (Delft),
Romain Demazeux (Lens),
Oscar Devys (Lille),
Sjoerd Dirksen (Delft),
Sophie Grivaux (Lille),
Wolter Groenevelt (Delft),
Markus Haase (Delft),
Philippe Jaming (Orléans)
Christian Le Merdy (Besancon),
Jan Maas (Bonn),
Stéphane Malek (Lille),
Etienne Matheron (Lens),
Pierre Portal (Lille),
Matthijs Pronk (Delft),
Hervé Queffelec (Lille),
Martine Queffelec (Lille),
Kroum Tzanev (Lille)
All participants will stay at the hotel Chagnot (Lille Balladins) .
It is located in the city center, and is just on your left when you
exit the Lille-Flandres train station, which is itself very close to
the Lille-Europe station.
is a map.
The best way to get to campus is to use the subway Line 1 at the
Lille-Flandres station. Tickets are available from vending machines. It
is a 20 minutes ride on the subway, in the "4 Cantons" direction, to
the "Cité scientifique" stop where the campus is located. The
mathematics department is in the M2 building (see this map ).
To find it, the easiest way is to walk along the (above ground) metro
line in the direction of the next stop ("4 Cantons").
After a few minutes you will see the M1 building (Mathématiques :
enseignement) on your right. It has a massive radio aerial on top. The
M2 building is right behing it. Talks will be given in the "salle de
réunion", on the first floor of the M2 building.
Organizers: Jan Van Neerven (Delft), Pierre Portal (Lille).