Program and Schedule for the Special Semester
``Modern Methods of Time-Frequency Analysis''
SPRING 2005, at the
Erwin Schrödinger Institut
 

Organizers: Hans G. Feichtinger, K. Gröchenig, J.J. Benedetto

We have been running  a special semester  on modern time-frequency analysis (spring 2005) at ESI.  Information about the talks can be entered into our DATABASE here!   Complete ESI-visitors list,   some PICTURES from the first two meeting + HASSIP workshop and midtermmeeting (new "thumbnails").  Some NEW PICTURES from the June - Workshop.

SURVEY of SCHEDULES and  PREVIEW: (people)  click here !! (overview) over participation and talks.

Thes is no a complete list of ESI-Talks so far!       ACCESS to NuHAG talks (also for the purpose of editing and adding links!!

Current events at NuHAG !                 SAMPTA05-pictures!!!  


The following scientists have confirmed their participation: 

S.T.Ali (Montreal, Canada); J.P.Antoine (Louvaine, Belgium); Jonathan Arazy (Haifa, Israel);  Radu Balan (Siemens Princeton, USA);  John Benedetto (Univ. of Maryland); Carlos Cabrelli (Buenos Aires, Argentinia); Robert Calderbank (Princeton),  Pete Casazza (Univ. of Missouri);   Ole Christensen (Copenhagen, Denmark);  Albert Cohen (Univ. Paris VII);  Leon Cohen (CUNY, USA);  Stephan Dahlke (Univ.Marburg, Germany);   Wolfgang Dahmen (Aachen, Germany);  Indgrid Daubechies (Princeton),  Ronald DeVore (Univ. of South Carolina);  Miroslav Englis (Prague, Cech.Republic);  Gerald Folland (Univ. of Washington);  Hartmut Führ (GSF Munich, Germany); Remi Gribonval (Rennes, France); Chris Heil (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA); Franz Hlawatsch (TU Vienna),  A.J.E.M. Janssen (Philips, Eijndhoven, Netherlands); John Klauder (Univ. Florida); Michael Lacey (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA);  David Larson  (Texas A&M, USA);   Rupert Lasser (TUM Munich, Germany); Yura Lyubarksii  (TU Trondheim, Norway); W. Madych (U.Connecticut, USA); Gerald Matz (TU Vienna),  Ursula Molter (Buenos Aires, Argentina);  Gestur Olafsson (Louisiana State Univ.); Peter Oswald (ATT Bell Labs, USA); R. Rochberg (Washington Univ., USA); Dan Rockmore (Dartmouth College, USA); Zuowei Shen (Singapore); Gilbert Strang (MIT, USA);  Thomas Strohmer (UC Davis, USA); Keith Taylor (Saskatoon, Canada); Wladimir Temlyakov (Univ. of South Carolina, USA); Joachim Toft (Karlskrona, Sweden); Bruno Torressani (Univ. of Marseille, France),  Yang Wang (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA); Guido Weiss (Washington Univ., St.Louis, USA).

The time-distribution of those visitors can be viewed here.  click here !!   (always UP-TO-DATE!).  Let us know if you have corrections.

The same list including those who are staying in Vienna as (long-term) guests of  NuHAG or within HASSIP:  click here !!!


The activities will focus around the following topics and periods.

1) Group theoretical methods, operator theory, and non-orthogonal expansions

Main activities: April 4 - 29,  Focused Workshop: April 10 - 15, 2005  PROGRAM 
 

2)  Time-frequency methods for pseudo-differential operators.

Main activities: May 2 - 20, 2005.  Focused Workshop: May 2 - 6, 2005.(ext. visitor list): May 2-6 

 

3)  International Conference ``Modern Methods of Time-Frequency Analysis'', May 23 - 28, 2005.

Location:  Strobl  Registration, more information .    FINAL PROGRAM.   > 250 Digital Picutres (by HGFei)

 

The next conference of this kind will be organized at the same place June 18th - 22nd, 2007.


4)  Non-orthogonal expansions and greedy algorithms

Main activity during June 1 - 28, 2005. program as of May 31st   June 6 - 10, 2005, (June 6-10  nonlocal participants)  


UPCOMING: 

5)  Noncommutative computational harmonic analysis

Main activity during June 13 - July 8, 2005.  Focused Workshop: July 4 - 7. (July 4-7 participants, nonlocal)


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