[~] Three mini courses on applied harmonic analysis

The workshop consists of three courses on applied harmonic analysis, given by leading experts. Each speaker will deliver four lectures. The school starts on Monday afternoon and ends on Friday afternoon. Graduated students in Mathematics, Physics, Computer Sciences and Engineering, as well as postdoctoral fellows and young researchers, are welcome. Financial support is available to cover accommodation expenses, on first-come first-served basis. The application deadline is June 30. There is no registration fee, but participants are required to register before July 31. In the following you find a brief abstract of each course.

Stephan Dahlke
The state of the art in shearlet coorbit space theory
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Filippo De Mari
The use of representation theory in applied harmonic analysis
Some material will be posted soon.
Philipp Grohs
Approximation of manifold-valued data
This course has been canceled and substituted by the course by Filippo De Mari.
Demetrio Labate
Analysis and detection of singularities using the continuous shearlet transform
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