The Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics announces the workshop 

Fourier Analysis Extremal Problems and Approximation

to be held in Budapest, Hungary at the facilities of the Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, between 

September 19th, Monday, (day of arrival) and
September 25th, Sunday (day of departure)
Main topic: From number theory to geometry, and in particular in analysis and approximation theory, many extremal problems arise, which naturally transform into extremal problems in Fourier analysis, like Delsarte-, Turán-, Landau-, van der Corput- Hardy- etc. extremal problems. We aim at a closer study of these extremal problems, and closely connected properties like uncertainty principles or duality theorems, whether arising from applications or occuring by themselves. Also, related analytic extremal problems of a similar character will be discussed.

Organizers: Máté Matolcsi, Szilárd Révész

Main speakers:

  • Vitalii Arestov, University of Ekaterinburg
  • Alexander Babenko, Russian Academy of Sciences, Ural Branch
  • Elena Berdysheva, University of Hohenheim
  • Károly Böröczky, Jr., Rényi Institute
  • Valery Ivanov, Tula State University
  • Philippe Jaming, Université d'Orléans
  • Kazaros Kazarian, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
  • Mihalis Kolountzakis, University of Crete, Heraklion
  • Imre Ruzsa, Rényi Institute
  • György Gát, University of Nyíregyháza

We acknowledge support of the Department of Numerical Analysis, Faculty of Informatics, Eötvös University of Budapest, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Ministry of Education of Hungary.

Registration: 15.000 Hungarian Forint. (Currently, 1 Euro is approx. 250 HUF).