Problems in Harmonic Analysis Related to Hypersurfaces, and Newton Polygons
Speaker:Prof. Detlef Müller
Professor
University of Kiel, Germany
Date & Time:19 Sep 2013 (Thursday) 10:30
Venue:J317
Organized by:Department of Mathematics

Abstract

Biography

Prof. Detlef Müller is currently the Full Professor at University of Kiel at Germany. Prof. Müller obtained his Ph.D. degree at University of Bielefeld. He is interested in Harmonic Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, in particular: Euclidean Fourier Analysis, Analysis on Lie Groups and Applications to PDE´s, like for instance local solvability of linear PDO´s, spectral multipliers for subelliptic operators, and wave equations. The preprints of Prof. Müller include, $L^p$ spectral multipliers on the free group $N_{3,2}$, A sharp multiplier theorem for Grushin operators in arbitrary dimensions, L^p-L^2 Fourier restriction for hypersurfaces in R^3: Part I, Uniqueness of solutions to Schrödinger equations on 2-step nilpotent Lie groups, Analysis of the Hodge Laplacian on the Heisenberg group, Uniform estimates for the local restriction of the Fourier transform to curves; to appear Trans. Am. Math. Soc.