Fourier Bases

A focused meeting on exponential bases in all kinds of spaces


Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
University of Crete
September 19-21, 2018

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Mihalis Kolountzakis
Romanos Malikiosis
Máté Matolcsi


  1. Debashish Bose (Shiv Nadar University)
      ■ Title: On the rationality of the spectrum

  2. Shilei Fan (Central China Normal University)
      ■ Title: The Fuglede conjecture in the field of $p$-adic numbers

  3. Kornélia Héra (Eötvös Loránd University)

  4. Alex Iosevich (University of Rochester)
      ■ Title: Gabor bases and geometric measure theory

  5. Gergely Kiss (Université du Luxembourg)

  6. Mihalis Kolountzakis (University of Crete)
      ■ Title: The number of orthogonal exponentials for the disk

  7. Nir Lev (Bar Ilan University)
      ■ Title: Fourier frames for singular measures and pure type phenomena

  8. Yurii Lyubarskii (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
      ■ Title: On summability of system of exponential functions in $L^2$

  9. Romanos Malikiosis (TU Berlin)
      ■ Title: Fuglede's conjecture on cyclic groups of order $p^m q^n$

  10. Máté Matolcsi (Budapest University of Technology)
      ■ Title: A Walsh-Fourier approach to the (non)-existence of circulant Hadamard matrices

  11. Michael Papadimitrakis (University of Crete)

  12. Ruxi Shi (Université de Picardie)
      ■ Title: Fuglede's conjecture on cyclic groups $\mathbb{Z}_{pqr}$

  13. Gábor Somlai (Eötvös Loránd University)

  14. Mate Vizer (Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics)

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Wednesday: Shi 10:00, Malikiosis 11:30, Lunch 13:00-14:30, Bose 14:45.
Thursday: Matolcsi 10:00, Kolountzakis 11:30, Lunch 13:00-14:30, Lev 14:45.
Friday: Fan 10:00, Iosevich 11:30, Lunch 13:00-14:30, Lyubarksii 14:45.


The meeting will be held at the Math Department building. The campus is accessible from town by bus No 11 (bus website, service not on google maps). If you're driving to campus there is ample free parking.

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You can find some very detailed local information at the "Local Information" menu on the web page of this recent conference.