Noncommutative harmonic analysis and representation theory

June 14–17, 2011, University of Luxembourg

Supported by:
University of Luxembourg
University of Luxembourg
Mathematics Research Unit


Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg
Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg


Programme

Available as a table in pdf, and here are the abstracts, in pdf also. The program below contains links to slides or corresponding articles, when available.

Tuesday, June 14

14:00 Welcome / Introduction
14:15Paul Baum: Geometric structure in the representation theory of reductive p-adic groups
15:15Coffee break
15:45Ali Baklouti: On the estimate of the Fourier transform norm of certain Lie groups
16:45Piotr M. Hajac: The Klein-Podleś bottle as a non-trivial bundle over the quantum real projective space RPq(2)

Wednesday, June 15
9:00 Dominique Manchon: On Hopf algebras of oriented Feynman graphs
10:00Coffee break
10:30Hidenori Fujiwara: Intertwining integrals on completely solvable Lie groups
11:30Lyudmila Turowska: Beurling-Fourier algebras on compact groups
12:30Lunch
14:00Roger Zierau: Associated cycles of Harish-Chandra modules
15:00Coffee break
16:15Visit of the City of Luxembourg

Thursday, June 16
9:00 Robert Archbold: The Brown-Pedersen topological dimension and the real rank of some group C*-algebras
10:00Coffee break
10:30Yuri Neretin: Multiplications of double cosets for infinite-dimensional groups
11:30Bachir Bekka: On the ergodic theory of groups of automorphisms of nilmanifolds
12:30Lunch
14:00Sofiane Souaifi: Paley-Wiener theorem(s) for real reductive Lie groups
15:00Coffee break
15:30E.K. Narayanan: A qualitative uncertainty principle on the Heisenberg group
16:30Arnaud Souvay: From Taylor expansions to Weil functors
20:00Conference dinner

Friday, June 17
9:00 Guillaume Tomasini: Integrability of degree 1 modules
10:00Coffee break
10:30Michael Pevzner: Geometric analysis on small representations of GL(N,R)
11:30Jean-Louis Clerc: Conformally invariant trilinear forms and covariant differential operators on the sphere