The Helicoidal Method - A case study

The PDE & Analysis seminar covers topics in PDE and analysis.

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21 May 2024 10:30am - 21 May 2024 11:30am
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Camil Muscalu (Cornell University)
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Abstract: The Helicoidal Method is an iterative and extremely efficient way of proving vector valued inequalities, mixed norm estimates and sparse domination, for operators in Harmonic Analysis. The plan of the talk is to explain it in the simplest possible case, of classical Calder\'{o}n-Zygmund linear operators of convolution type, defined on a Euclidean space. This is (still ongoing) joint work with Cristina Benea.


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