April 6th 2019 at NC state
Organized by the AMS Graduate Student Chapter at NCSU, Funded by the AMS
The bi-annual Triangle Area Graduate Mathematics Conference will be held on April 6th 2019 at NC State. We are very happy to host Lillian Pierce from Duke as our plenary speaker. Here is a short preview of the talk:
What do you do with a person who behaves in the worst possible way at every point in time? Well, I don’t know. But if you ask instead about a mathematical operator that picks out the worst possible behavior of a function at every point in time, we sometimes know how to control it. In fact, such operators are very useful in harmonic analysis, and have been studied in various guises over the past century. We will survey several classical operators of this kind, and then will explore a few modern questions, which are tantalizingly beautiful but appear to be very difficult.
Short version: S19_TAGMaCSchedule
With abstracts: S19_TAGMaCAbstracts_v3
We look forward to seeing you there!
Organizers: Georgy Scholten, Zev Woodstock, Claire Digirolamo, Benjamin Hollering.
Faculty Advisor: Radmila Sazdanovic