Graduate minicourse in Microlocal Analysis

Date & time

16–17 March 2018

Location

G35, John Dedman Building #27, The Australian National University

There will be a 2 day graduate minicourse in Microlocal Analysis run at ANU on Friday March 16 and Saturday March 17, immediately before the Microlocal Analysis workshop at Murramarang Resort. This is intended for PhD students and postdocs in related areas (such as harmonic analysis or PDE), but are not currently working in microlocal analysis. The goal of the workshop is to acquaint the participants with basic concepts and techniques in microlocal analysis, sufficient for them to benefit from the talks in the Murramarang workshop. We plan to give 4 hours of lectures on each day of the minicourse.

Information for attendees

Please note that the surrounding areas are under construction, so we would advise walk south down Kingsley St and enter the ANU College of Business and Economics (CBE) on the right-hand side. Walk through to the back of the CBE building, where there is an exit.  The entrance to the John Dedman Building is located about 20m from this exit.

Resources

Notes from first session (Andrew Hassel's lecture) (PDF, 5.08MB)

Food & Drink

 Beginelli’s at CBE will be opened on Saturday, as well as the Pop Up Village at ANU, located just 5 minutes away from the John Dedman Building.

 

Updated:  27 April 2018/Responsible Officer:  Director/Page Contact:  School Manager