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Author Archives: nonsmooth

Event #8: Rectifiability, the Riesz Transform, and Harmonic Measure

Thursday, November 19, 2015 – 4pm to 5pm – MSB 109A

Rectifiability, the Riesz Transform, and Harmonic Measure

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A Colloquium Talk by Xavier Tolsa (Barcelona)

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Event #7: Fractal Transformations

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Event #6: Regularity for Subelliptic PDE … in Multiscale Geometries

Thursday, November 12, 2015 – 4pm to 5pm – MSB 109A

Regularity for Subelliptic PDE through Uniform Estimates in Multiscale Geometries

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A Colloquium Talk by Luca Capogna (WPI)

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Event #5: Geometry behind Poincare inequalities

Thursday, October 29, 2015 – 4pm to 5pm – MSB 109A

Geometry behind Poincare inequalities

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A Colloquium Talk by Nages Shanmugalingam (Cincinnati)

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Event #4: Hausdorff Dimension and Projections

Thursday, October 22, 2015 – 4pm to 5pm – MSB 109A

Hausdorff Dimension and Projections

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A Colloquium Talk by Pertti Mattila (Helsinki)

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Event #3: Spaces Satisfying Poincare Inequalities

Thursday, October 8 – 4pm to 5pm – MSB 109A

Spaces Satisfying Poincare Inequalities

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A Colloquium Talk by Bruce Kleiner (NYU)

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Event #2: Stochastic Analysis on Riemannian Foliations

Thursday, October 1 – 4pm to 5pm – MSB 109A

Stochastic Analysis on Riemannian Foliations

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A Colloquium Talk by Fabrice Baudoin (Purdue)

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Event #1: What is Nonsmooth Analysis?

Thursday, September 24, 2015 – 4pm to 5pm – MSB 109A

What is Nonsmooth Analysis?

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A Colloquium Talk by Matthew Badger & Vasileios Chousionis

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Welcome

UConn Semester in Nonsmooth Analysis

Fall 2015

University Lecture, Colloquia Series, and More

The Department of Mathematics is designating Fall 2015 as a Special Semester in Nonsmooth Analysis.  Special Events will include

  • A public lecture by Professor Michael Barnsley (Australian National University) aimed at the entire University of Connecticut community
  • Special Semester Colloquium Series featuring Professors Fabrice Baudoin (Purdue), Luca Capogna (WPI), Bruce Kleiner (NYU), Pertti Mattila (Helsinki), Nages Shanmugalingam (Cincinnati), and Xavier Tolsa (Barcelona)

Related events in and around Analysis at UConn will include

For inquiries, please contact one of the organizers: Matthew Badger, Vasileios Chousionis, Masha Gordina, Luke Rogers, and Sasha Teplyaev.