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The Theory of Highly Oscillatory Problems


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26th March 2007 to 30th March 2007

Organisers: Professor Thanasis Fokas (Cambridge), Professor Tom Hou (Caltech) and Professor Alexander Its (Indiana/Perdue)

Workshop Theme

The purpose of this workshop will be to discuss mathematical issues concerned with high oscillations. These include harmonic analysis, integral operators and Maslow's theory, and the asymptotics of integrable equations and Hamiltonian systems. An important aim of the workshop is to foster interdisciplinary interactions and to promote mathematical research under the encompassing principle of high oscillations. Applications include nonlinear optics, imaging and multiscale computation.

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