Summability and Lebesgue points of two-dimensional Fourier transforms
Professor Ferenc Weisz works for Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Numerical Analysis, Budapest, Hungary, Europe. His special field is harmonic analysis, one and higher dimensional Fourier analysis, summability theory, martingale theory, Hardy spaces, spaces with variable exponents, Gabor- and wavelet analysis. He is author of four books published by Springer and Birkhäuser, two course books and of about 200 papers published by international journals. He has got several prizes and awards, amongst other in the last two years the Gabor prize and teh Prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He has got the Doctor of Science (DSc) degrree of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2001 and the Habilitation of the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest in 2002.
Instructors/Speakers Prof. Weisz FERENC
Professor Department of Numerical Analysis Eötvös L. University Hungary