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Nowadays, Mathematics changes
and there are no directions restricted to a particular area any
longer. Thus our research is a sinthesys of several subjects
including mechanical and engineering applications. The Analysis Group
works on a wide range of problems originated from various fields such
as Analysis itself, Geometry, Mathematical Physics, Hamiltonian
Mechanics, Cosmology. Physical
and Engineering prediction and
intuition sometimes are braked by technical constrains, e.g., the
progress in elementary particle studies depends on the power of
modern accelerators. Here Mathematics provides new ideas and develop
new concepts which are to be confirmed then experimentally.
Particular topics include:
- Analysis and Hamiltonian Systems
- Banach Spaces of Analytic Functions
- Evolution Processes and Free Boundary
- Hamiltonian Mechanics and
- Conformal Field Theory
- June 5-15, Professor Ludwig
Faddeev (Steklov Institute of Mathematics, St.Petersburg,
Russia) is visiting our
Institute. His lecture "History of Quantum Groups" will be
June 6, Friday, 15:00 sharp at the Auditorium Pi, Johannes
- April 4-7, 2008 Meeting of the Analysis Group, Fleischer's
Hotel, Voss. Please see the program of the meeting HERE. Some pictures: Picture1
- Mauricio Godoy
(from Chile) joins the Analysis Group as a new
Ph.D. student from April 2008. He will share office 521, phone
This semester we have a continuous seminars. Click the link below to
see the next seminar or the history.
- UiB Research Project for the Analysis Group "New Trends in
Harmonic and Complex Analysis"
- Norwegian Research Council FRINAT Grant for the Project
"Harmonic and Complex Analysis in the Problems of Mathematical Physics"
International conference "Complex
Mathematical Physics" (Joint USA-Norway workshop). Please consult
in Complex and Harmonic Analysis" May 7-12, 2007
An international conference on Analysis and Mathematical Physics
Workshop on Virasoro Algebra: October 29-31, 2007.
External visitors: Paul Malliavin, Helene Airault, Yuri Neretin.
Master Degree Projects
We offer several projects in Analysis, Mathematical Physics and
Methodology in Mathematics. Please CLICK HERE
to see more information.
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