INdAM Research Unit at Politecnico di Torino
INdAM is the Italian Mathematics Research Institute.
It is a self-governing State research institute (similar to CNR, the National Research Council and INFN, the National Institute for Nuclear Physics) legally constituted and supervised by MIUR, the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research.
First founded in 1939 by the noted mathematician Francesco Severi, it was subsequently given legal status in 1992.
The workshop will focus on problems in the area of complex analysis, Fourier analysis and operator theory, with significant links to complex geometry, analytical number theory, and applications, with particular emphasis, to the theory of signals.
The conference will focus on three strongly correlated themes: geometric analysis, geometry of submanifolds and geometry of PDEs, bringing together the leading mathematicians in the field. The conference will consist of 17 plenary lectures and of invited lectures in parallel sessions. A poster session will be also scheduled aside of the main activities.