Apr 3 – 5, 2017
Université d'Orléans, Mathématiques
Europe/Paris timezone

This meeting will bring together harmonic and complex analysts around a mini-course given by

Brett Wick, Washington University, Missouri, USA 

on Commutators, Calderon-Zygmund Operators, and BMO


The abstract of this mini-course is the following. An important theorem in harmonic analysis connects the commutator of multiplication by a function and Calderon-Zygmund operators and the functions of bounded mean oscillation. And as a dual statement, it connects the Hardy space with a certain ``factorization'' of Lebesgue spaces. During these lectures we will give proofs of these theorems using tools from dyadic harmonic analysis. Connections with analytic function theory will be provided and extensions to the case of weighted estimates and to the case of multi-parameter harmonic analysis will also be discussed.


This meeting is also supported by the GDR AFHP.

Université d'Orléans, Mathématiques
Salle de séminaire
Invited speakers: Cristina Benea (Université Nantes) Isabelle Chalendar (Université Paris-est, Marne La Vallée) Dorothee Frey (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) Philippe Jaming (Université Bordeaux) Karim Kellay (Université Bordeaux) Yulia Kuznetsova (Université de Besançon) Petru Mironescu (Université Lyon 1) Emmanuel Russ (Université Grenoble Alpes) Benoit Sehba (Université du Ghana, Legon) Marco Vitturi (Université de Nantes) Mini- course by Brett Wick (Washington University, USA & Université de Nantes, CNRS) Practical informations are available on the website of MAPMO http://www.univ-orleans.fr/mapmo/arr.php We recommend the following accommodation for their location and a good value for money Le Jackotel 18 Cloître Saint-Aignan, 45000 Orléans Le Grandhotel 1 Rue de la Lionne, 45000 Orléans Hôtel l'Abeille 64 Rue d'Alsace Lorraine, 45000 Orléans Organizing and scientific committee: Frédéric Bernicot Aline Bonami Sandrine Grellier Luc Hillairet Emmanuel Russ