As part of the cooperation within the Stieltjes Institute the analysis research groups of the University of Leiden, Free University Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam, Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology, Erasmus University (EUR), and the Center for Mathematics and Computer Science Amsterdam, organize a joint analysis colloquium, which meets three times a year.
In 2000 the colloquium was organized by S.M. Verduyn Lunel at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Leiden. The meetings took place on June 8, September 28 and December 7.
June 8, 2000
N. Bruin (UU): Solutions to generalized Format equations.
E. Opdam (UvA): Lusztig's vermoedens over unipotente representaties.
C. Foias (Bloomington): Lifting Intertwining Operators.
September 28, 2000
H. Hofer (New York): Dynamics from an analyst's point of view.
M. Scheutzow (Berlin): On the dispersion of sets under the action of an isotropic stochastic flow.
J. Mallet-Paret (Providence/UL): Differential Equations with Nonlocal Arguments.
December 7, 2000
F. den Hollander (Eurandom)
A. Stuart (Warwick): Derivation of stochastic differential equations from ordinary differential equations with random data.
S. Angenent (Madison/UL)
In 2001 the colloquium was organized by J.J.O.O. Wiegerinck at the Korteweg-de Vries Institute of the University of Amsterdam. The meetings took place on April 6, June 29 and November 2.
April 6, 2001
J. Korevaar (UvA): Tauberian theory and complex analysis.
M. Passare (Stochholm): Amoebas, Monge-Ampère measures, and triangulations of the Newton polytope.
A. Vanderbauwhede (Gent): Periodic orbits in Hamiltonian and reversible systems.
June 29, 2001
J. Prestin (Lübeck): Time-frequency-localization for periodic functions and bases.
G. Schneider (Bayreuth): Diffusive behavior in nonlinear partial differential equations.
M. Golubitsky (Houston): Animal Gaits and Coupled Oscillators.
November 2, 2001
A.G. O'Farrell (Maynooth): Time-reversal symmetries in unexpected places.
P. Paule (Linz): Contiguous Relations and Creative Telescoping.
T.W. Körner (Cambridge): Does Order Matter?