30th St.Petersburg Summer Meeting in Mathematical Analysis


The conference is intended to take place at the Euler International Mathematical Institute (St.Petersburg, Russia). Some lectures will be presented remotely, we invite speakers for giving a lecture via zoom. The working language of the meeting is English. If the restrictions do not allow meetings at the institute, all talks will be organized remotely.

If you want to participate, we kindly ask you to fill in the registration form. If you want to present a talk, please send us the title and a short (not longer than 1/2 page) abstract via the call for abstracts form or by email to analysis@pdmi.ras.ru. A preferable period for abstract submission is before May, 31.

You may also be interested in other events of the thematic program "Geometric and Mathematical Analysis, and Weak Geometric Structures" organized by the Euler Institute.

Organizing Committee:
Anton Baranov, St.Petersburg State University
Roman Bessonov, V.A.Steklov Mathematical Institute, St.Petersburg
Vladimir Kapustin, V.A.Steklov Mathematical Institute, St.Petersburg
Serguei Kislyakov, V.A.Steklov Mathematical Institute, St.Petersburg
Nikolai Nikolski, University Bordeaux 1
Vasily Vasyunin, V.A.Steklov Mathematical Institute, St.Petersburg

Pesochnaya nab. 10, St.Petersburg 197022, Russia

  • Adam Osekowski
  • Airat Bikchentaev
  • Aleksei Aleksandrov
  • Alexander Tyulenev
  • Alexander Volberg
  • Alexandru Aleman
  • Alexei Poltoratski
  • Andrei Lishanskii
  • Andrew Comech
  • Anna Kononova
  • Anton Baranov
  • Anton Lunyov
  • Anton Tselishchev
  • Armenak Gasparyan
  • Bulat Khabibullin
  • Carlo Bellavita
  • Carme Cascante
  • Catalin Badea
  • Daniel Pascuas
  • Diana Khammatova
  • Dmitrii Mokeev
  • Dmitriy Stolyarov
  • Euegenia Malinnikova
  • Eugene Kalita
  • Evgeny Abakumov
  • Evgeny Korotyaev
  • Evgueni Doubtsov
  • Faizo Shamoyan
  • Grigori Amosov
  • Hervé Queffélec
  • Il'dar Musin
  • Ilgiz Kayumov
  • Illia Karabash
  • Ilya Videnskii
  • Ioann Vasilyev
  • José Ángel Peláez
  • Kanak Sharma
  • Konstantin Dyakonov
  • Konstantin Fedorovskiy
  • Konstantin Malyutin
  • Kristian Seip
  • Leonid Slavin
  • Marco Peloso
  • Maria Gamal'
  • Maria Stepanova
  • Mark Malamud
  • Mikhail Kabanko
  • Mikhail Revyakov
  • Natalia Abuzyarova
  • Nikola Arcozzi
  • Nikolai Shirokov
  • Ole Fredrik Brevig
  • Oleg Reinov
  • Pavel Zatitskii
  • Polina Perstneva
  • Rachid Zarouf
  • Ramil Nasibullin
  • Rinad Yulmukhametov
  • Roman Bessonov
  • Semen Nasyrov
  • Sergei Novikov
  • Sergei Treil
  • Sergey Platonov
  • Sergii Favorov
  • Valerii Beloshapka
  • Vladimir Kapustin
  • Vladimir Peller
  • Vladimir Peller
  • Vladimír Müller
  • Walton Green
  • Yurii Belov
  • Рамис Хасянов
    • 10:00 10:05
      Opening 5m
    • 10:05 10:45
      Complex symmetric operators and inverse spectral problem for Hankel operators 40m

      Hankel operators are bounded operators on $\ell^{2}$ whose matrix is constant on diagonals orthogonal to the main one (i.e. its entries depend only on the sum of indices). Such operators connect many classical problems in complex analysis with problems in operator theory.

      I’ll be discussing the inverse spectral problem for such operators, i.e. the problem of finding a Hankel operator with prescribed spectral data. For non-selfadjoint operators the theory of the so-called complex symmetric operators gives a convenient way to present such spectral data.

      It was discovered by P. Gerard and S. Grellier that the spectral data of a compact Hankel operator $\Gamma$ and the reduced Hankel operator $\Gamma S$ (where $S$ is the forward shift in $\ell^2$) completely determine the Hankel operator $\Gamma$. This turns out to be the case for general Hankel operators as well, i.e. the map from Hankel operators to the spectral data of $\Gamma$ and of $\Gamma S$ is injective. But what about surjectivity?

      In the talk I'll discuss some positive results, as well as some counterexamples. Connections with Clark measures play an important role in the investigation, and will be discussed.

      The talk is based on a joint work with P. Gerard and A. Pushnitskii.

      Speaker: Sergei Treil (Brown University)
    • 10:45 10:50
      Break 5m
    • 10:50 11:20
      Functions with small and large spectra as (non)extreme points in subspaces of $H^\infty$ 30m

      Let $\Lambda$ be a subset of $\mathbb Z_+:=\{0,1,2,\dots\}$, and let $H^\infty(\Lambda)$ denote the space of bounded analytic functions $f$ on the disk whose coefficients $\hat f(k)$ vanish for $k\notin\Lambda$. Assuming that either $\Lambda$ or $\mathbb Z_+\setminus\Lambda$ is finite, we determine the extreme points of the unit ball in $H^\infty(\Lambda)$.

      Speaker: Konstantin Dyakonov (ICREA and Universitat de Barcelona)
    • 11:20 11:45
      Coffee break 25m
    • 11:45 12:25
      Composition of analytic paraproducts 40m

      For a fixed analytic function $g$ in the unit disc, we consider the analytic paraproducts induced by $g$, which are defined by $T_gf(z)= \int_0^z f(\zeta)g'(\zeta)\,d\zeta$, $S_gf(z)= \int_0^z f'(\zeta)g(\zeta)\,d\zeta$, together with the multiplication operator $M_gf(z)= f(z)g(z)$. The boundedness of these operators on various spaces of analytic functions on the unit disc is well understood. The original motivation for this work is to understand the boundedness of compositions (products) of two of these operators, for example $T_g^2, \,T_gS_g,\, M_gT_g$, etc. The talk intends to present a general approach which yields a characterization of the boundedness of a large class of operators contained in the algebra generated by these analytic paraproducts acting on the classical weighted Bergman and Hardy spaces in terms of the symbol $g$. In some cases it turns out that this property is not affected by cancellation, while in others it requires stronger and more subtle restrictions on the oscillation of the symbol $g$ than the case of a single paraproduct. This is a report about joint work with C. Cascante, J. F`abrega, D. Pascua and J.A. Pel\'aez

      Speaker: Alexandru Aleman (University of Lund)
    • 12:25 12:30
      Break 5m
    • 12:30 13:00
      A dual approach to Burkholder's estimates and applications 30m

      A celebrated result of Burkholder from the 80's identifies the best constant in the $L^p$ estimate for martingale transforms ($1 < p < \infty$). This result is a starting point for numerous extensions and applications in many areas of mathematics. Burkholder's proof exploits the so-called Bellman function method: it rests on the construction of a certain special function, enjoying appropriate size and concavity requirements. This special function is of interest on its own right and appears, quite unexpectedly, in the context of quasiconformal mappings and geometric function theory. There is a dual approach to the $L^p$ bound, invented by Nazarov, Treil and Volberg in the 90's. It gives a slightly worse constant, but the alternative Bellman function plays an independent, significant role in harmonic analysis, as evidenced in many papers in the last 20 years.

      The purpose of the talk is to show how to improve the latter approach so that it produces the best constant and to discuss a number of applications.

      Speaker: Adam Osekowski (University of Warsaw)
    • 13:00 15:00
      Lunch 2h
    • 15:00 15:30
      Two-sided estimates for band lengths of Laplacians on periodic graphs 30m

      We consider Laplacians on periodic discrete graphs. Their spectrum consists of a finite number of bands. We obtain two-sided estimates for the total length of the spectral bands of the Laplacian in terms of geometric parameters of the graph. Moreover, we consider Schr\"odinger operators with periodic potentials on periodic discrete graphs. We obtain two-sided estimates for the total length of the spectral bands of the operators in terms of geometric parameters of the graph and the potential. The proof is based on the Floquet theory and the trace formulas for fiber operators. In particular, we show that these estimates are sharp. It means that these estimates become identities for specific graphs and potentials. Joint work with N.Saburova

      Speaker: Evgeny Korotyaev (St Petersburg University, Higher school of economics)
    • 15:30 15:35
      Break 5m
    • 15:35 16:05
      On linear extremal problems in the classes of nonvanishing bounded analytic functions. 30m

      I will talk about linear extremal problems in the classes of nonvanishing bounded analytic functions defined in the unit disk centered at the origin. It turns out extremal values in the class of nonvanishing bounded analytic functions can be estimated with the sharp constant $2/e$ from below via extremal values in the whole class of bounded analytic functions.

      Speaker: Ilgiz Kayumov (Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University)
    • 16:05 16:30
      Coffee break 25m
    • 16:30 17:00
      Asymptotical behavior of the conformal modulus of doubly connected planar domain under unbounded stretching along the abscissa axis 30m

      Conformal moduli of doubly connected domains and quadrilaterals play an important role in investigation of various problems of the theory of conformal and quasiconformal mappings. One of the simplest quasiconformal mappings is the stretching along the abscissa axis. In 2005 Prof. Vourinen suggested the problem of finding the asymptotics of the conformal modulus of a doubly connected planar domain under stretching it along the abscissa axis, as the coefficient of stretching tends to infinity. We discuss the problem in the cases of bounded and unbounded domains and, for some types of domains, find the main term of the asymptotics. Our study is based on the methods of geometric functions of a complex variable, in particular, on some results by Ahlfors and Warshavskii.

      Speaker: Semen Nasyrov (Kazan Federal University)
    • 17:00 17:05
      Break 5m
    • 17:05 17:35
      On singular spectrum of $N$-dimensional perturbations (to the Aronszajn-Donoghue-Kac theory) 30m

      The main results of the Aronszajn-Donoghue-Kac theory are extended to the case of $n$-dimensional (in the resolvent sense) perturbations $\widetilde A$ of an operator $A_0=A^*_0$ defined on a Hilbert space $\frak H$. Applying technique of boundary triplets we describe singular continuous and point spectra of extensions $A_B$ of a simple symmetric operator $A$ acting in $\frak H$ in terms of the Weyl function $M(\cdot)$ of the pair $\{A,A_0\}$ and a boundary $n$-dimensional operator $B = B^*$. Assuming that the multiplicity of singular spectrum of $A_0$ is maximal it is established that the singular parts $E^s_{A_B}$ and $E^s_{A_0}$ of the spectral measures $E_{A_B}$ and $E_{A_0}$ of the operators $A_B$ and $A_0$, respectively, are mutually singular. We also obtain estimates of the multiplicity of point and singular continuous spectra of selfadjoint extensions of $A$.

      Applying this result to direct sums $A = A^{(1)}\oplus A^{(2)}$ allow us to generalize and clarify Kac theorem on multiplicity of singular spectrum of Schr\"odinger operator on the line. Applications to differential operators will be also discussed. The talk is based on results announced in [1].

      [1] Malamud M.M., Doklady Math., On Singular Spectrum of Finite-Dimensional Perturbations (toward the Aronszajn–Donoghue–Kac Theory), 2019, Vol. 100, No. 1, p. 358–362.

      Speaker: Mark Malamud (Peoples Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University))
    • 17:35 17:40
      Break 5m
    • 17:40 18:00
      Polynomial approximation in a convex domain in $\mathbb{C}^n$ which is exponentially decreasing inside the domain 20m

      Let $\Omega\subset \mathbb{C}^n$, $n\ge 2$, be a bounded convex domain with the $C^2$-smooth boundary. We suppose that $\Omega$ satisfies some properties. The strictly convex in the analytical sense domains satisfy those properties. It is proved that for any function $f$ holomorphic is $\Omega$ and smooth in $\bar{\Omega}$ there exist polynomials $P_N$, $\deg P_N\leq N$ such that $\bigl|f(z)-P_N(z)\bigr|$ has the polynomial decay for $z\in \partial\Omega$ and the exponential decay when $z$ lies strictly inside $\Omega$.

      Speaker: Nikolai Shirokov (St.-Petersburg State University and National Research University High School of Economics in SPb)
    • 18:00 20:00
      Boat trip 2h
    • 10:00 10:40
      Dirichlet problem for second order elliptic PDE, and one related approximation problem 40m

      First we plan to discuss the Dirichlet problem for second order homogeneous elliptic equations with constant complex coefficients in domains in the complex plane. We will present and discuss the following result: every Jordan domain in $\mathbb C$ with $C^{1,\alpha}$-smooth boundary, $\alpha\in(0,1)$, is not regular with respect to the Dirichlet problem for any not strongly elliptic equation of the specified type. Next we will touch the problem on uniform approximation of functions on compact sets in the complex plane by polynomial solutions of such equations. We present some recent results and open questions concerning this problem and its links with the Dirichlet problems under consideration.

      The talk is based on a joint work with A. Bagapsh and M. Mazalov

      Speaker: Konstantin Fedorovskiy (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
    • 10:40 10:45
      Break 5m
    • 10:45 11:15
      Properties of spectra of differentiation invariant subspace in the Schwarz space 30m

      Let $E$ be the Schwartz space of infinitely differentiable functions on the real line. We consider its closed differentiation invariant subspace $W$ with discrete spectrum $L$ which is weakly synthesable. It means that $W$ is the closed span of its residual subspace and the set $\rm{Exp} W$ of all exponential monomials contained in $W$. Among all weakly synthesable subspaces $W$, there are nice ones which equal the direct (algebraical and topological) sum of the residual part of $W$ and the closed span of $\rm{Exp} W$. Does given weakly synthesable subspace $W$ equal such a direct sum or not? The answer is obtained in terms of characteristics and (or) properties of the spectrum $L$.

      Speaker: Natalia Abuzyarova (Bashkir State University)
    • 11:15 11:40
      Coffee break 25m
    • 11:40 12:20
      Weighted Hardy-Hilbert spaces of analytic functions and their composition operators 40m

      Let $\mathbb{D}$ be the unit disk and $\beta=(\beta_n)_{n\geq 0}$ a sequence of positive numbers satisfying $$\liminf_{n\to \infty} \beta_{n}^{1/n}\geq 1.$$ The associated Hardy space $H=H^{2}(\beta)\subset \mathcal{H}(\mathbb{D})$ is the set of analytic functions $f(z)=\sum_{n=0}^\infty a_n z^n$ such that $$\Vert f\Vert^2=\sum_{n=0}^\infty|a_n|^2 \beta_n<\infty.$$ Such are the Hardy, Bergman, Dirichlet, spaces ($\beta_n= 1,\ 1/(n+1), \ n+1$ respectively). In this talk, we will investigate sufficient, or necessary, conditions, on $\beta$ for all composition operators $C_\varphi,\ C_{\varphi}(f)=f\circ \varphi$, to be bounded on $H$. Here, $\varphi:\mathbb{D} \to \mathbb{D}$ is analytic. We will provide a simple necessary and sufficient condition when $\beta$ is (essentially) decreasing, meaning that $$\sup_{m\geq n} \frac{\beta_m}{\beta_n} \leq C<\infty.$$ This is joint work with P.Lef`evre, D.Li, L.Rodr\'iguez-Piazza.

      Speaker: Hervé Queffélec (University of Lille)
    • 12:20 12:25
      Break 5m
    • 12:25 12:55
      Riesz bases of normalized reproducing kernels in radial Hilbert spaces of entire functions 30m

      We consider a reproducing kernel radial Hilbert space of entire functions and prove necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of unconditional bases of reproducing kernels in terms of norms of monomials. The results obtained are applied to weighted Fock spaces.

      Speaker: Rinad Yulmukhametov (Institute of Mathematics with Computing Centre - Subdivision of the Ufa Federal Research Centre of Russian Academy of Science)
    • 12:55 15:00
      Lunch 2h 5m
    • 15:00 15:30
      On measurable operators affiliated to semifinite von Neumann algebras 30m

      Let $\mathcal{M}$ be a von Neumann algebra of operators on a Hilbert space ${\mathcal H}$ and $\tau$ be a faithful normal semifinite trace on ${\mathcal M}$. Let $t_{\tau}$ be the measure topology on the $\ast$-algebra $S({\mathcal M}, \tau )$ of all $\tau$-measurable operators. We define three $t_{\tau}$-closed classes ${\mathcal P}_1$, ${\mathcal P}_2$ and ${\mathcal P}_3$ of $S({\mathcal M}, \tau )$ with ${\mathcal P}_1\cup {\mathcal P}_3 \subset {\mathcal P}_2$ and investigate their properties.

      If an operator $T\in S({\mathcal M}, \tau ) $ is $p$-hyponormal for $0 < p \le 1$, then $T$ lies in ${\mathcal P}_1$; if an operator $T$ lies in ${\mathcal P}_k$, then $UTU^*$ belongs to ${\mathcal P}_k$ for all isometries $U$ from ${\mathcal M}$ and $k=1,2, 3$; if an operator $T$ from ${\mathcal P}_1$ admits the bounded inverse $T^{-1}$ then $T^{-1}$ lies in ${\mathcal P}_1$. If a bounded operator $T$ lies in $\mathcal{P}_1\cup {\mathcal P}_3$ then $T$ is normaloid. If an $T\in S({\mathcal M}, \tau ) $ is hyponormal and $T^n $ is $\tau$-compact operator for some natural number $n$ then $T$ is both normal and $\tau$-compact. If an operator $T$ lies in $\mathcal{P}_1$ then $T^2$ belongs to $\mathcal{P}_1$. If $\mathcal{M}=\mathcal{B}(\mathcal{H})$ and $\tau={\mathrm tr}$ is the canonical trace, then the class $ \mathcal{P}_1 $ (resp., $ \mathcal{P}_3 $) coincides with the set of all paranormal (resp., $\ast$-paranormal) operators on $\mathcal{H}$. Let $A, B \in S({\mathcal M}, \tau )$ and $A$ be $p$-hyponormal with $0 < p \le 1$. If $AB$ is $\tau$-compact then $A^*B$ is $\tau$-compact [1]. We also investigate some properties of the Kalton--Sukochev uniform majorization in $S({\mathcal M}, \tau )$ [2].

      The work performed under the development program of Volga Region Mathematical Center
      (agreement no. 075-02-2021-1393).


      1. Bikchentaev A. Paranormal measurable operators affiliated with a semifinite von Neumann algebra. II.
        Positivity 24 (2020), no. 5, 1487--1501.

      2. Bikchentaev A., Sukochev F. Inequalities for the block projection operators. J.
        Funct. Anal. 280 (2021), no. 7, 108851, 18 pp.

      Speaker: Airat Bikchentaev (Kazan Federal University)
    • 15:30 15:35
      Break 5m
    • 15:35 16:05
      Equiangular Tight Frames as Dictionaries in Sparse Representations 30m

      Let $\mathbf{\Phi}$ be $d\times n$-matrix with real or complex numbers, and the columns of $\mathbf{\Phi}$ are $\ell_2$-normalized.
      Consider a linear under-determined set of equations
      $$ \mathbf{\Phi}\mathbf{\alpha}=\mathbf{x}. $$ We shall refer hereafter to $\mathbf{x}$ as a signal to be processed, and $\mathbf{\alpha}$ will stand for its {\it representation}. The matrix $\mathbf{\Phi}$ will be referred to as the {\it dictionary}, and its columns $\left{\mathbf{\varphi}i\right}{i=1}^n$ will be called {\it atoms}.

      Equiangular tight frames have the important advantage over other dictionaries. In particular, it's possible to calculate the spark for such dictionaries.

      Speaker: Sergei Novikov (Samara National Research University)
    • 16:05 16:30
      Coffee break 25m
    • 16:30 17:00
      A sharp BMO-BLO bound for the martingale maximal function 30m

      We construct the exact Bellman function for the BMO-BLO action of the natural martingale maximal function for continuous-time martingales. (BLO stands for "bounded lower oscillation"; the natural maximal function is the one without the absolute value in the average). As consequences, we show that the BMO-BLO norm of the operator is 1 and also obtain a sharp weak-type inequality, which can be integrated to produce a broad range of sharp phi-estimates.

      In an earlier work we found the corresponding Bellman function for alpha-regular discrete-time martingales, including the dyadic martingale. I will discuss the essential differences between the two cases. This is joint work with Adam Osekowski and Vasily Vasyunin.

      Speaker: Leonid Slavin (University of Cincinnati)
    • 17:00 17:05
      Break 5m
    • 17:05 17:25
      Stability of spectral characteristics of boundary value problems for $2 \times 2$ Dirac type systems 20m

      Boundary value problems associated in $L^2([0,1]; \mathbb{C}^2)$ with the following $2 \times 2$ Dirac type equation

      L_U(Q) y = -i B^{-1} y' + Q(x) y = \lambda y , \quad
      B = \begin{pmatrix} b_1 & 0 \ 0 & b_2 \end{pmatrix}, \quad b_1 < 0 < b_2,\quad
      y = {\rm col}(y_1, y_2),
      with a potential matrix $Q \in L^p([0,1]; \mathbb{C}^{2 \times 2})$, $p \ge 1$, and subject to the regular boundary conditions $Uy :=\{U_1, U_2\}y=0$ has been investigated in numerous papers. If $b_2 = -b_1 =1$ this equation is equivalent to the one dimensional Dirac equation.

      In this talk we present recent results concerning the stability property under the perturbation $Q \to \widetilde{Q}$ of different spectral characteristics of the corresponding operator $L_U(Q)$ obtained in our recent preprint [2]. Our approach to the spectral stability relies on the existence of triangular transformation operators for system (1) with $Q \in L^1$, which was established in our paper [1].

      Assuming boundary conditions to be strictly regular, let $\Lambda_{Q} = \{\lambda_{Q,n}\}_{n \in \mathbb{Z}}$ be the spectrum of $L_U(Q)$. It happens that the mapping $Q \to \Lambda_Q - \Lambda_0$ sends $L^p([0,1]; \mathbb{C}^{2 \times 2})$ into the weighted space $\ell^p(\{(1+|n|)^{p-2}\})$ as well as into $\ell^{p'}$, $p'=p/(p-1)$. One of our main results is the Lipshitz property of this mapping on compact sets in $L^p([0,1]; \mathbb{C}^{2 \times 2})$, $p \in [1, 2]$. The proof of the inclusion into the weighted space $\ell^p(\{(1+|n|)^{p-2}\})$ involves as an important ingredient inequality that generalizes classical Hardy-Littlewood inequality for Fourier coefficients. Similar result is proved for the eigenfunctions of $L_U(Q)$ using the deep Carleson-Hunt theorem for ``maximal'' Fourier transform. Certain modifications of these spectral stability results are also proved for balls in $L^p([0,1]; \mathbb{C}^{2 \times 2})$, $p \in [1, 2]$.


      [1] A.A. Lunyov and M.M. Malamud, On the Riesz basis property of root vectors system for $2 \times 2$ Dirac type operators. J. Math. Anal. Appl. 441 (2016), pp. 57--103 (arXiv:1504.04954).

      [2] A.A. Lunyov and M.M. Malamud, Stability of spectral characteristics and Bari basis property of boundary value problems for $2 \times 2$ Dirac type systems. arXiv:2012.11170.

      Speaker: Anton Lunyov (Facebook, Inc.)
    • 17:25 17:30
      Break 5m
    • 17:30 17:50
      On Landau's type estimates for coefficients of univalent functions 20m

      We estimate the sum of coefficients for functions with restrictions on the pre-Schwarzian derivative. We obtained the estimate,which is sharp up to the constant and found upper and lower bounds for that constant. Also we estimated the sum of the first three coefficients for all functions $f$, such that $\log f'(z)$ is bounded with respect to the Bloch norm.

      Speaker: Diana Khammatova (Kazan Federal University)
    • 17:50 17:55
      Break 5m
    • 17:55 18:15
      An infinite product of extremal multipliers of a Hilbert space with Schwarz-Pick kernel 20m

      For a reproducing kernel Hilbert space $H$ on a set $X$ we define a distance $d(a,Z)$ between a point $a$ and a subset $Z$. A space $H$ has the Schwarz-Pick kernel if for every pair $(a,Z)$ there exists an extremal multiplier of norm less or equal than one, which vanishes at the set $Z$ and attains the value $d(a,Z)$ at the point $a$. For a normalized Hilbert space with Schwarz-Pick kernel and for a sequence of subsets that satisfies an abstract Blaschke condition we prove that the associate Blaschke product of extremal multipliers converges in the norm of $H$.

      Speaker: Ilya Videnskii (St. Petersburg State University)
    • 14:30 15:10
      The Dirichlet space on the bi-disc 40m

      The Dirichlet space on the bidisc can be informally defined as the tensor product $\mathcal{D} (\mathbb{D}^2) =\mathcal{D} (\mathbb{D}) \otimes \mathcal{D} (\mathbb{D})$ of two copies of the classical holomorphic Dirichlet space. Multipliers and Carleson measures for the space were recently characterized, and the results have been extended to the three-disc, but not to higher powers. Underlying all this there is a new multi-parameter potential theory which is still in its infancy, and many basic problems await an answer. The talk reports on work by several authors: Pavel Mozolyako, Karl-Mikael Perfekt, Giulia Sarfatti, Irina Holmes, Alexander Volberg, Georgios Psaromiligkos, Pavel Zorin-Kranich, and the speaker.

      Speaker: Nikola Arcozzi (University of Bologna)
    • 15:10 15:15
      Break 5m
    • 15:15 15:55
      High order isometric liftings and dilations 40m

      We show that a Hilbert space bounded linear operator has an m-isometric lifting for some integer $m \ge 1$ if and only if the norms of its powers grow polynomially.
      In analogy with unitary dilations of contractions, we prove that such operators also have an invertible m-isometric dilation. Joint work with C. Badea and L. Suciu.

      Speaker: Vladimir Müller (Mathematical Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences)
    • 15:55 16:10
      Break 15m
    • 16:10 16:50
      Boundedness of Bergman projections on homogeneous Siegel domains 40m

      In this talk I will discuss the problem of boundedness of the Bergman projection on Bergman spaces on homogeneous Siegel domains of Type II. It was shown that in the case of tube domains over symmetric cone, that is, symmetric Siegel domains of Type I, the Bergman projection $P$ may be bounded even if the operator $P_+$, having as integral kernel the modulus of the Bergman kernel, is unbounded. I will describe what is known in this case and then discuss the case of homogeneous Siegel domains of Type II. I will discuss equivalent conditions, such as characterization of boundary values, duality, Hardy-type inequalities. This is a report on joint work with M. Calzi.

      Speaker: Marco Peloso (Università degli Studi di Milano)
    • 16:50 16:55
      Break 5m
    • 16:55 17:25
      Discrete temperate distributions in Euclidean spaces 30m

      Let $f=\sum_{\lambda\in\Lambda}\sum_k p_k(\lambda) D^k\delta_\lambda$ be a temperate distribution on $\mathbb{R}^d$ with uniformly discrete support $\Lambda$ and uniformly discrete spectrum (that is $supp\hat f$). We prove that under conditions
      $$ 0 < c\le\sum_k|p_k(\lambda)|\le C < \infty $$ the support $\Lambda$ is a finite union of cosets of full-rank lattices. The optimality of the above estimates is discussed. The result generalizes the corresponding one for discrete measures [1]. For its proof we use some properties of almost periodic distributions and a local version of Wiener's Theorem on trigonometric series.

      [1] S.Yu.Favorov, Large Fourier Quasicrystals and Wiener's Theorem, Journal of Fourier Analysis and Applications, Vol. 25, Issue 2, (2019), 377-392.

      Speaker: Sergii Favorov (Karazin's Kharkiv national university)
    • 17:25 17:35
      Break 10m
    • 17:35 18:05
      On perturbations of semigroups based upon operator-valued measures 30m

      Suppose that $S_t:\ X\to X,\ t\ge 0,$ is a $C_0$-semigroup on the Banach space $X$. Consider the covariant operator-valued measure $\mathcal M$ on the half-axis ${\mathbb R}_+$ taking values in operators on $X$ and satisfying the property
      $$ S_t\circ {\mathcal M}(B)={\mathcal M}(B+t),\ t\ge 0, $$ for all measurable subsets $B \subset \mathbb R_+$. Theorem. Suppose that ${\mathcal M}$ is semi-absolutely continuous in the sense $$ \lim \limits _{t\to +0}\overline {\mathcal M}([T,T+t))=0,\ \forall T\ge 0, $$ where $$ \overline{\mathcal M}(E) = \sup\Bigl\{\Bigl\| \sum_{i=1}^n {\mathcal M}(E_i)x_i\Bigr\|: x_j\in X,\|x_j\|\le 1, E\supset E_j\subset {\mathbb R}, E_j\mbox{ are disjoint}\Bigr\} $$ for all measurable $E\subset {\mathbb R}_+$. Then, the solution to the integral equation $$ \breve S_t=S_t+\int \limits _0^t{\mathcal M}(ds)\circ \breve S_{t-s} $$ produce the $C_0$-semigroup $\breve S={\breve S_t,\ t\ge 0}$. The generator of $\breve S$ acts as $$ x\to \lim\limits _{t\to +0}\frac {S_t-I+{\mathcal M}([0,t))}{t}x $$ with the domain consisting of exactly those $x$ for which the strong limit exists.

      Meaningful examples of covariant measures can be obtained from the orbits of unitary groups in infinite-dimensional space [1].

      This work was funded by Russian Federation represented by the Ministry of Science
      and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (Grant No. 075-15-2020-788) and
      performed at the Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

      Joint work with E.L. Baitenov.

      [1] G. G. Amosov, A. S. Mokeev, A. N. Pechen, Noncommutative graphs based on finite-infinite system couplings: Quantum error correction for a qubit coupled to a coherent field, Phys. Rev. A, 103:4 (2021), 042407, 17 pp.

      Speaker: Grigorii Amosov (Steklov Mathematical Institute of RAS)
    • 18:05 18:10
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    • 18:10 18:30
      Dominating Sets in Bergman Spaces on Domains in C^n 20m

      We obtain local estimates (also called propogation of smallness, or Remez-type inequalities) for analytic functions in several variables. Using Carleman estimates, we obtain a three sphere-type inequality, where the outer two spheres can be any sets satisfying a boundary separation property, and the inner sphere can be any set of positive Lebesgue measure. We apply this local result to characterize the dominating sets for Bergman spaces on strongly pseudo-convex domains and give a sufficient condition on more general domains.

      Speaker: Walton Green (Washington University in St. Louis)
    • 10:00 10:40
      The Nevanlinna characteristic and integral inequalities with maximal radial characteristic for meromorphic functions and differences of subharmonic functions 40m

      Let $f$ be a meromorphic function on the complex plane $\mathbb C$ with the maximum function of its modulus $M(r,f)$ on circles centered at zero of radius $r$. A number of classical, well-known and widely used results allow us to estimate from above the integrals of the positive part of the logarithm ln M(t,f) over subsets of $E\subset [0,r]$ via the Nevanlinna characteristic T(r,f) and the linear Lebesgue measure of the set $E$. We give much more general estimates for the Lebesgue-Stieltjes integrals of $ln^+M(t,f)$ over the increasing integration function of $m$. Our results are established immediately for the differences of subharmonic functions on closed circles centered at zero, i.e., $ \delta $ -subharmonic functions, but they are new for meromorphic functions on $\mathbb C$ and contain all the previous results on this topic as a very special and extreme case. The only condition in our main theorem is the Dini condition for the modulus of continuity of the integration function $m$. This condition is, in a sense, necessary. Thus, our results, to a certain extent, complete study upper estimates of the integrals of the radial maximum growth characteristics of arbitrary meromorphic and $\delta$-subharmonic functions through the Nevanlinna characteristic with its versions and through quantities associated with the integration function $m$ such as the Hausdorff $h$-measure or $h$-content, and the $d$-dimensional Hausdorff measure of the support of nonconstancy for $m$.

      Speaker: Bulat Khabibullin (Bashkir State University)
    • 10:40 10:45
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    • 10:45 11:15
      On factorization of nuclear operators through $S_{s,p}$-operators 30m

      We consider the question of factorizations of products of $l_{r,q}$-nuclear and close operators through the operators of Schatten-Lorentz classes $S_{s,p}(H).$

      To get the sharpness of some results, we apply the following generalization of a result of G. Pisier on convolution operators: Given a compact Abelian group $G$ and $f\in C(G),$ the convolution operator $f\!*\cdot: M(G) \to C(G)$ can be factored through an $S_{s,p}$-operator if and only if the set $\hat f$ of Fourier coefficients of $f$ is in $l_{r,q},$ where $1/q=1/p+1, 1/r=1/s+1.$ If $q=r=1,$ we get the result of G. Pisier.

      Speaker: Oleg Reinov
      O. Reinov
    • 11:15 11:40
      Coffee break 25m
    • 11:40 12:20
      Gabor analysis for rational functions 40m

      Let $g$ be a function in $L^2(\mathbb{R})$. By $G_\Lambda$, $\Lambda\subset R^2$, we denote the system of time-frequency shifts of $g$, $G_\Lambda=\{e^{2\pi i \omega x}g(x-t)\}_{(t,\omega)\in\Lambda}$. A typical model set $\Lambda$ is the rectangular lattice $\Lambda_{\alpha,\beta}:= \alpha\mathbb{Z}\times\beta\mathbb{Z}$ and one of the basic problems of the Gabor analysis is the description of the frame set of $g$ i.e., all pairs $\alpha, \beta$ such that $G_{\Lambda_{\alpha,\beta}}$ is a frame in $L^2(\mathbb{R})$. It follows from the general theory that $\alpha\beta \leq 1$ is a necessary condition (we assume $\alpha, \beta > 0$, of course). Do all such $\alpha, \beta $ belong to the frame set of $g$?

      Up to 2011 only few such functions $g$ (up to translation, modulation, dilation and Fourier transform) were known. In 2011 K. Grochenig and J. Stockler extended this class by including the totally positive functions of finite type (uncountable family yet depending on finite number of parameters) and later added the Gaussian finite type totally positive functions. We suggest another approach to the problem and prove that all Herglotz rational functions with imaginary poles also belong to this class. This approach also gives new results for general rational functions. In particular, we are able to confirm Daubechies conjecture for rational functions and irrational densities.

      Joint work with Yu. Lyubarskii and A. Kulikov

      Speaker: Yurii Belov (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    • 12:20 12:25
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    • 12:25 12:55
      On the Fourier-Laplace transform of functionals on a space of ultradifferentiable functions on a convex compact 30m

      Classes of ultradifferentiable functions are classically defined by imposing growth conditions on the derivatives of the functions. Following this approach we consider a Fr\'echet-Schwartz space of infinitely differentiable functions on a closure of a bounded convex domain of multidimensional real space with uniform bounds on their partial derivatives. The main aim is to obtain Paley-Wiener-Schwartz type theorem connecting properties of linear continuous functionals on this space with the behaviour of their Fourier-Laplace transforms. Very similar problems were considered by M. Neymark, B.A. Taylor, M. Langenbruch, A.V. Abanin. Also some applications of this theorem to PDE and their systems will be given.

      Speaker: Il'dar Musin (Institute of Mathematics with Computer Centre of Ufa Scientific Centre of RAS)
    • 12:55 15:00
      Lunch 2h 5m
    • 15:00 15:20
      Calderon-Zygmund operators on RBMO 20m

      Let $\mu$ be an $n$-dimensional finite positive measure on $\mathbb{R}^m$. We obtain a $T1$ condition sufficient for the boundedness of Calderon-Zygmund operators on $\textrm{RBMO}(\mu)$, the regular BMO space of Tolsa. (Joint work with Andrei V. Vasin.)

      Speaker: Evgueni Doubtsov (St. Petersburg Department of V.A. Steklov Mathematical Institute)
    • 15:20 15:25
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    • 15:25 15:45
      Hardy's inequalities for the Jacobi weight 20m

      We prove onedimensional new Hardy type inequalities for Jacoby eights. Using this inequality, we obtain Nehari-Pokornii type univalence conditions for analytic in the unite disk $\mathbb{D}=\{z\in\mathbb{C}: |z|<1\}$ functions. The following theorem holds.

      Theorem 1. Suppose that $f$ is meromorphic in $\mathbb{D}$ function. If $n\in \mathbb{N}$, $a_k$ and $\mu_k$, $k=\overline{1,n}$, are positive real numbers and
      $$ |S_f(z)| \leq \sum_{k=1}^n \frac{b_k A(\mu_k)}{(1-|z|^2)^{\mu_k}}, \quad z\in \mathbb{D}, $$ where $b_k=\frac{2P_{2-\mu_k}}{A(\mu_k)} \ a_k$, $a_1+a_2+ \ldots + a_n\leq 1$, $0\leq \mu_1\leq \mu_2\leq \ldots \leq \mu_n\leq 2$ and $$ A(\mu)= \begin{cases} 2^{3\mu-1}\pi^{2(1-\mu)}, & 0\leq \mu \leq 1, \\ 2^{3-\mu}, & 1\leq \mu \leq 2; \end{cases} $$ Then the function $f$ is univalent in $\mathbb{D}$.

      Speaker: Ramil Nasibullin (Kazan Federal University)
    • 15:45 15:50
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    • 15:50 16:10
      Hölder regularity of solutions to a non-local drift-diffusion equation, along a non-solenoidal BMO flow 20m

      In this talk, we shall show how to apply methods of the real harmonic analysis in order to prove the critical Hölder regularity of solutions to a critical non-local transport-diffusion equation, in case when the velocity field is in BMO and is not necessarily divergence free. Our proofs are inspired by some ideas of F. Nazarov and A. Kiselev. The talk is based on a recent joint work with F. Vigneron.

      Speaker: Ioann Vasilyev (Universite Paris Saclay)
    • 16:10 16:15
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    • 16:15 16:35
      Inequalities for hypercubic functionals. Generalized Chebyshev inequalities. 20m

      By hypercubic functionals we mean expressions of type
      $$ G_p{}^{(\sigma)}(\Phi,F) =\sum _{k \in B_2^p} (-1)^{(\sigma, k)}\Phi (k,F)\,\Phi (\overline{k},F) $$ where $\sigma \in B_2^p ={0,1}^p$,\, $\Phi :\,
      B_2^p\times {\cal F} \to R(or\, C)$, and ${\cal F}\subseteq V^p$, $V$ --- some functional space. In very particular case $p=2$, this family of functionals contains
      Binet-Cauchy, Chebyshev, Cauchy-Bunyakovsky-Schwarz, Newton,
      Alexandrov and some other type functionals for which there hold well
      known identities and inequalities.
      By this talk, I think to familiarize colleagues with identities and
      inequalities established for abovedefined hypercubic functionals.
      Some applications also will be discussed.

      Speaker: Armenak Gasparyan
    • 16:35 16:55
      Coffee break 20m
    • 16:55 17:15
      Inverse resonance problem for Dirac operators on the half-line 20m

      We consider massless Dirac operators on the half-line with compactly supported potentials. We solve the inverse problems in terms of Jost function and scattering matrix (including characterization). We study resonances as zeros of Jost function and prove that they uniquely determine a potential of the Dirac operator. We also estimate the forbidden domain for resonances and determine asymptotics of resonance counting function. At last we show how these results are applied to canonical systems. The talk is based on joint work with Evgeny Korotyaev.

      Speaker: Dmitrii Mokeev (Higher School of Economics)
    • 17:15 17:20
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    • 17:20 17:40
      An order over the set of analytic functions of two variables 20m

      In the context of the theory of analytical complexity we can introduce a natural relation «to be not simpler» over the set of germs of analytic functions. The question arises: is that relation an order relation (three axioms)? It turns out that the axiom of antisymmetry does not hold. We will give an example. Thus, this relation is only a preorder and turns into an order only after factorization.

      Speaker: Maria Stepanova (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
    • 17:40 17:45
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    • 17:45 18:05
      Nonlinear elliptic equations with subcoercive operators 20m

      Let $X, Y$ be separable reflexive Banach spaces, $X\subset Y$ densely.
      Let $A: X\to X^*$ be monotone operator (dissipative, in linear case),
      coercive in the norm of $Y$, that is $(Au,u)/\|u\|_Y \to \infty$ as $\|u\|_Y \to \infty, \ u\in X$.

      We introduce a notion of solution of equation $Au=f$ for $u\in Y$, $f\in Y^*$ in such the situation.
      In case $\exists\,V\subset X$ dense (and so $V\subset Y$ dense) with $Av\in Y^*$ for $v\in V$,
      our solution coincides with the solution in sense of monotonic extension of operator $A$.

      We treat elliptic equations of nonstrictly divergent form
      ${\rm{div}}^t A(x,D^su)=f(x)$, $s\ne t$, $x\in R^n$,
      under degenerate Cordes-type condition
      and achieve existence and uniqueness results
      in wider situation than already known.

      Speaker: Eugene Kalita
    • 10:10 10:30
      ”Analysis Day” on the occasion of 80-th anniversary of Nikolai Nikolski (the schedule here is given in St.Petersburg time; the time in Paris is -1 hour) 20m
    • 10:30 10:50
      Introductory word 20m
      Speaker: Sergei Kislyakov (St.Petersburg Department of Steklov Institute)
    • 10:50 11:00
      Break 10m
    • 11:00 11:45
      Inequalities involving Hardy spaces of Musielak type 45m

      The space $H^{\log}$ has been introduced in relation with the product of functions $f\times g$ (in the distributional sense) such that $f$ belongs to $H^1(\mathbb R^d)$ and $g$ belongs to $BMO(\mathbb R^d).$ Since then, Hardy spaces of Musielak type have been the object of many studies, as well as generalizations of inequalities involving products. I will discuss some of them and characterize non-negative $L^1$ functions that belong to $H^{\log}(\mathbb R^d)$ and other Hardy spaces of Musielak type.

      Part of this is work in progress with S. Grellier and B. Sehba.

      Speaker: Aline Bonami (Orleans University)
    • 11:45 12:20
      Coffee break 35m
    • 12:20 13:05
      Contractive inequalities for Hardy spaces 45m

      It has been recognized by many authors that contractive inequalities involving norms of $H^p$ spaces can be particularly useful when the objects in question (like the norms and/or an underlying operator) lift in a multiplicative way from one (or few) to several (or infinitely many) variables. This has been my main motivation for looking more systematically at various contractive inequalities in the context of Hardy spaces on the $d$-dimensional torus. I will discuss results from recent studies of Hardy--Littlewood inequalities, Riesz projections, idempotent Fourier multipliers, and Hilbert points (which in one variable is another word for inner functions). We will see interesting phenomena occurring both in the transition from low to high dimension and from low to infinite dimension. The talk builds on joint work with Sergei Konyagin, Herve Queffelec, and Eero Saksman and with Ole Fredrik Brevig and Joaquim Ortega-Cerda.

      Speaker: Kristian Seip
    • 13:05 15:00
      Lunch 1h 55m
    • 15:00 15:45
      Completely bounded Schur multipliers of Schatten-von Neumann class $S_p, 0 < p < 1$. 45m

      I am going to speak about my joint results with A.B. Aleksandrov. Gilles Pisier posed the problem of whether a matrix Schur multiplier of the Schatten—von Neumann class $S_p$ for $1 < p < \infty$, $p\neq 2$, has to be completely bounded. We have proved that this is true in the case $0< p < 1$. We also consider various sufficient conditions for an infinite matrix to be a Schur multiplier of $S_p$. In particular, we introduce a $p$-analog of the Haagerup tensor product of $\ell^\infty$ spaces.

      Speaker: Vladimir Peller (Michigan State University)
    • 15:45 15:55
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    • 15:55 16:40
      Pointwise convergence of scattering data 45m

      The scattering transform, appearing in the study of differential operators, can be viewed as an analog of the Fourier transform in non-linear settings. This connection brings up numerous questions on finding non-linear analogs of classical results of Fourier analysis. One of the fundamental results of linear analysis is a theorem by L. Carleson on pointwise convergence of the Fourier series. In this talk I will discuss convergence for the scattering data of a real Dirac system on the half-line and present an analog of Carleson's theorem for the non-linear Fourier transform.

      Speaker: Alexei Poltoratski (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
    • 16:40 17:15
      Coffee break 35m
    • 17:15 18:00
      Orthogonality in Banach spaces 45m

      All spaces below are not Hilbert spaces. Given two finite dimensional subspaces $L, K$ of a normed space $X$ we call $K$ orthogonal to $L$ if for every unit vector in $K$ the distance of this vector to $L$ is $1$.

      This usually does not mean that $L$ is orthogonal to $K$.

      We consider the following questions: 1) Let $E, F$ are two finite dimensional subspaces of a normed space $X$ and let $dim F= dim E+m$. Can we always find a subspace $K$ in $F$ such that $E$ is orthogonal to $K$? 2) Can we always find a subspace $K$ in $F$ such that $K$ is orthogonal to $E$? 3) Can we always choose $K$ of dimension $m$? 4) If not, what is the maximal possible dimension?

      These questions seem to be considered 60-80 years ago, and in fact, some of them were answered (by Krein--Krasnoselski--Milman). But it looks like that some of these questions were overlooked...

      Speaker: Alexander Volberg (Michigan State University)
    • 18:00 18:10
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    • 18:10 18:55
      Landis’ conjecture on the decay of solutions to Schrödinger equations on the plane 45m

      We consider a real-valued function on the plane for which the absolute value of the Laplacian is bounded by the absolute value of the function at each point. In other words, we look at solutions of the stationary Schrödinger equation with a bounded potential. The question discussed in the talk is how fast such function may decay at infinity. We give the answer in dimension two, in higher dimensions the corresponding problem is open.

      The talk is based on the joint work with A. Logunov, N. Nadirashvili, and F. Nazarov.

      Speaker: Eugenia Malinnikova (Stanford University)
    • 10:00 10:40
      Interpolation by Jones-Type Series in Spaces of Analytic Functions in the Half-Plane 40m

      Denote by $\mathcal{A}_+$ the space of analytic functions in the upper half-plane $\mathbb{C}_+=\{z:\Im z>0\}$, where $\mathcal{A}_+$ is one of the spaces: 1) the space functions of finite order $\rho>1$, 2) the space functions of finite order $\rho>0$ and of normal type, 3) the space of bounded functions $H^\infty$.
      Let $D=\{a_n,q_n\}_{n=1}^\infty,$ be a divisor (i.e., a set of distinct complex numbers $\{a_n\}_{n=1}^\infty\subset\mathbb{C}_+$ with limit points on the real axis, together with their integer multiplicities $\{q_n\}_{n=1}^\infty\subset\mathbb N$). In the space
      $\mathcal{A}_+$, the interpolation problem is considered:
      $$ F^{(k-1)}(a_n)=b_{n,k},\quad k=1,2,\dots,q_n,\> n\in\mathbb N\,\quad F\in\mathcal{A}_+. $$ We find a criterion for the interpolation of the divisor $D$ in the spaces $\mathcal{A}+$ in terms of canonical products and in terms of the Nevanlinna measure $\mu+(G)=\sum_{a_n\in G}q_n\sin(\arg a_n)$ defined by the interpolation nodes.
      The solution to the problem is constructed in the form of a Jones-type interpolation series.
      This method is also used to solve interpolation problems in spaces of meromorphic functions in a half-plane with a given growth.

      Speaker: Konstantin Malyutin (Kursk State University, Russia)
    • 10:40 10:45
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    • 10:45 11:15
      Trace and extension theorems for Sobolev $W^{1}_{p}(\mathbb{R}^{n})$-spaces. The case $p \in (1,n]$. 30m

      Let $S \subset \mathbb{R}^{n}$ be an arbitrary nonempty compact set such that the $d$-Hausdorff content $\mathcal{H}^{d}_{\infty}(S) > 0$ for some $d \in (0,n]$. For each $p \in (\max\{1,n-d\},n]$ we give an almost sharp intrinsic description of the trace space $W_{p}^{1}(\mathbb{R}^{n})|_{S}$ of the Sobolev space $W_{p}^{1}(\mathbb{R}^{n})$. Furthermore, for each$\varepsilon \in (0, \min\{p-(n-d),p-1\})$ we construct a new bounded linear extension operator $\mathrm{Ext}_{S,d,\varepsilon}$ mapping the trace space $W_{p}^{1}(\mathbb{R}^{n})|_{S}$ to the space $W_{p-\varepsilon}^{1}(\mathbb{R}^{n})$ such that $\mathrm{Ext}_{S,d,\varepsilon}$ is a right inverse operator for the corresponding trace operator. The construction of the operator $\mathrm{Ext}_{S,d,\varepsilon}$ does not depend on $p$ and based on new delicate combinatorial methods.

      Speaker: Alexander Tyulenev (Steklov Mathematical Institute of RAS)
    • 11:15 11:40
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    • 11:40 12:10
      On the Hankel transform of functions from Nikol'skii type classes 30m

      Let a function $f$ belongs to the Lebesgue class $L_p({\mathbb R})$, $1\le p\le 2$, and let $\widehat{f}$ be the Fourier transform of $f$. The classical theorem of E.Titchmarsh states that if the function $f$ belongs to the Lipschitz class $Lip(r,p; {\mathbb R})$, $0 < r\le 1$, then $\hat f$ belongs to the Lebesgue classes $L_q({\mathbb R})$ for $\frac{p}{r p+p-1}< q\le \frac{p}{p-1}$. Using the methods of Fourier-Bessel harmonic analysis we prove an analogue of this result for the the Hankel transform of functions from Nikol'skii type function classes on the half-line $[0,+\infty)$.

      Speaker: Sergey Platonov (Petrozavovsk State University)
    • 12:10 12:15
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    • 12:15 12:45
      The quadric models in CR geometry 30m

      During last 30 years it was supposed that the graded Lie algebra of infinitesimal holomorphic automorphisms of quadric model CR manifold hasn't nontrivial graded components of weight greater than two. Recently it turned out that it is not true. There exist some enigmatic “special” quadrics, whose graded components go further. The author is going to speak about his recent advances in the understanding of this phenomenon.
      The main results was obtained with the help of distributions, Fourier transform and the fundamental principle of Ehrenpreis.

      Speaker: Valerii Beloshapka (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
    • 12:45 12:50
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