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## Revision as of 13:27, 17 October 2011

The members of the Analysis group work on a wide spectrum of topics. Research interests include:

Complex Analysis, Harmonic Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Mathematical Physics, Approximation Theory, Analysis on Lie groups, Wavelets, Analytic Number Theory, and Special Functions.

## Contents

## Seminar

The seminar will usually meet Tuesdays at 4:00 p.m., in B139 Van Vleck Hall.

## Past Seminars

## Conferences and other events

Madison Springtime Analysis and PDE Workshop April 30-May 1, 2011

**Faculty**

Serguei Denissov

Moscow State University, 1999

Associate Professor

denissov at math.wisc.edu

Xianghong Gong

University of Chicago, 1994

Professor

gong at math.wisc.edu

Alexander Kiselev

Caltech, 1996

Professor

kiselev at math.wisc.edu

http://www.math.wisc.edu/~nagel Alexander Nagel]

Columbia, 1971

Professor

nagel at math.wisc.edu

Fëdor Nazarov

St. Petersburg State University, 1993

Professor

nazarov at math.wisc.edu

Amos Ron

Tel Aviv University, 1987 Professor

amos at cs.wisc.edu

Andreas Seeger

Technical University, Darmstadt, 1985

Professor

seeger at math.wisc.edu

Brian Street

Princeton University, 2007

Van Vleck Assistant Professor

street at math.wisc.edu

Andrej Zlatoš

Caltech, 2003

Assistant Professor

zlatos at math.wisc.edu

**Postdocs**

Alexander Fish

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 2007

Van Vleck Assistant Professor

afish at math.wisc.edu

Patrick LaVictoire

University of California (Berkeley), 2010

Van Vleck Assistant Professor

patlavic at math.wisc.edu

**Emeriti**

Stephen Wainger

University of Chicago, 1961

Professor

wainger at math.wisc.edu

**Former Members**

Alexandru Ionescu

Princeton, 1999

Professor

ionescu at math.princeton.edu