Fall Semester


Thursdays,
2:10pm, Carver 401


Speaker

Title and Abstract

8/31/17

Eric Weber

Zeros of Entire Functions

9/7/17

Eric Weber

The PaleyWiener Theorem

9/14/17

Eric Weber

The PaleyWiener Theorem
for Singular Measures

9/21/17

Eric Weber

The Kaczmarz Algorithm and
Harmonic Analysis of Measures

9/28/17



10/5/17

Chinmay Hegde, ECE

Phase Retrieval: Challenges,
Solutions, and Applications

10/12/17

Gabriel Picioroaga, USD

Title: Cuntz algebra
representations and orthonormal bases
Abstract: A hidden albeit
common theme in computational and theoretical
harmonic analysis, and engineering is the
socalled Cuntz relations which provide the
geometric framework for multiresolution and
the pyramid algorithms of wavelets. These
relations are behind the analysis and
synthesis operators used in down and up
sampling of signals. These objects have been
rediscovered in the 70's by operator theorists
in relation to certain properties of C*
algebras. The main point of my talk is the
connection between representations of the
Cuntz C* algebras and existence of orthonormal
bases generated by the Cuntz isometries. I
will provide examples which recapture classic
bases such as the Fourier and Walsh but also
more general systems whose properties are
interesting in their own.

10/19/17



10/26/17



11/2/17

Tim McNicholl


11/9/17

Friedrich Littman, NDSU

Abstract

11/11/17

INFAS (Des Moines)

Schedule

11/16/17



11/30/17

Evan Camrud

A novel approach to
fractional calculus: utilizing fractional
integrals and derivatives of the Dirac delta
function

12/7/17

Evan Camrud

A novel approach to
fractional calculus: utilizing fractional
integrals and derivatives of the Dirac delta
function




Spring Semester


Wednesdays
at 2:10pm, Carver 290

1/10/18


Discussion of semester
events.

1/17/18

Eric Weber

Discussion of LSU analysis
workshop

1/24/18

Eric Weber

The Abel Product

1/31/18



2/7/18

Data Science Candidate


2/14/18



2/21/18


FFT Conference Report

2/28/18

Eric Weber

The Abel Product
(continued)

3/7/18

Robert Allen, UWLa Crosse

Operator Theory on Discrete
Function Spaces

3/21/18

Paul Sacks


3/28/18

Paul Sacks


4/4/18

Anna Seitz

Prelim

4/7/18

INFAS (Omaha)


4/11/18

Mary Vaughan

Title: How to define fractional Laplacians and fractional derivatives
Abstract: In this talk, we will show how to define and obtain pointwise formulas for fractional Laplacians and fractional derivatives for large classes of functions. The main tool along our work will be the method of semigroups. In the case of fractional derivatives, the Cauchy Integral Theorem will play a crucial role. We will complete each study by exploring which classes of functions allow us to view the fractional Laplacian as a distribution, Hölder continuous function, and a function in L^p. This work is part of my PhD thesis under the direction of Pablo Raúl Stinga.

4/18/18

Animesh Biswas


4/25/18

Tim McNicholl

