Geometric Measure Theory, and

Partial Differential Equations,

and their applications to Several Complex Variables

September 13-15, 2012

- Shiferaw Berhanu, Temple University, Boundary properties of generalized analytic functions
- Siqi Fu, Rutgers University-Camden, Estimates of the invariant metrics and applications
- Phillip Gressman, University of Pennsylvania, Scalar oscillatory integrals on smooth spaces of homogeneous type
- Cristian Gutiérrez, Temple University, Regularity results for the near field parallel beam refractor problem
- Andrew Hicks, Drexel University, The geometry of optical design
- Xiaojun Huang, Rutgers University, On the local hull of holomorphy of a real submanifold
- Thomas Krainer, Pennsylvania State University-Altoona, The heat trace, zeta-functions, and resolvent of elliptic operators on conic manifolds
- José María Martell, Instituto de Ciencias Matemáticas, Madrid, Uniform rectifiability and harmonic measure in 1-sided NTA domains
- Gerardo Mendoza, Temple University, Boundary value problems for elliptic operators
- Marius Mitrea, University of Missouri, Square function estimates and applications to PDE's in rough domains
- Hoai-Minh Nguyen, University of Minnesota, Some new characterizations of Sobolev spaces
- Mei-Chi Shaw, University of Notre Dame, The Cauchy-Riemann equations on non-smooth domains

- Matthew Badger, Stony Brook University, Quasispheres and bi-Lipschitz parameterizations
- Jennifer Beichman, University of Michigan, New estimates for 1d dispersive PDE
- Nathan Pennington, Kansas State University, Local and global existence for the Lagrangian Averaged Navier-Stokes equations in Besov spaces
- Jing Wang, Purdue University, The subelliptic heat kernel and its asymptotics on model spaces

- Ryan Alvarado, Whitney-type extensions with control of the modulus of continuity in geometrically doubling quasi-metric spaces
- Tess Anderson, The A
_{2}conjecture: homogeneous spaces, simple proof - Dan Brigham, A generalization of the Gromov-Pompeiu-Hausdorff distance and related results
- Davit Harutyunyan, Scaling lows in infinite magnetic wires and films
- Gustavo Hoepfner, Distinguished atomic decompositions in Hardy spaces and applications
- Paulo Liboni, An approximation theorem for CR-distributions in H
^{p}spaces - Isidro Munive, Volume growth in CR Sasakian manifolds
- Sui-Chnung Ng, Linear subspaces of generalized balls and rigidity of holomorphic mappings
- Ahmad Sabra, Reflector problems with loss of energy
- Eric Stachura, Spectral properties of the reflection operator in two dimensions
- Elia Ziadé, The Open Mapping Theorem in the context of groups endowed with suitable topologies

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Department of Mathematics and College of Science and Technology, Temple University, and National Science Foundation

Irina Mitrea