Title: | An introduction to Harmonic Analysis and Dispersive Estimates for Schrodinger Operators |

Speaker: | William Green, Class of `05 Graduate Student Mathematics University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, IL |

Abstract: | Harmonic Analysis can be defined as roughly the branch of analysis that arose from the study of Fourier Series and the Fourier Transform. An overview of necessary concepts in analysis, harmonic analysis and spectral theory will be given with an eye towards discussing estimates of certain Schrodinger operators. We will discuss certain estimates of the solution operator to the Schrodinger equation, generally concentrating on results in dimensions 3 and higher. We will end with a discussion of some open questions in the field. |

Location: | Palenske 227 |

Date: | 9/27/2007 |

Time: | 3:10 PM |

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