Centre de Recerca Mathemàtica, Bellaterra, Spain
Organizers: Evgeny Abakumov (Paris Est), Anton Baranov (St Petersburg), Alexander Borichev (Aix-Marseille), Konstantin Fedorovskiy (BMSTU), Eugenia Malinnikova (NTNU), Joaquim Ortega-Cerda (Barcelona), Alexei Poltoratski (Texas A&M)
CMI Enhancement and Partnership Program
This workshop will be held in conjunction with CRM's Intensive Research Program Spaces of Analytical Functions: Approximation, Interpolation, Sampling. The Program will bring together leading experts in topical domains in Complex Analysis, Functional Analysis, and Approximation Theory working in approximation, interpolation and sampling problems in spaces of analytic functions and in their applications to spectral theory, Gabor analysis and random analytic functions. This field is an example of a fruitful interplay of complex analysis, abstract functional analysis and operator theory. The workshop Emergent Trends in Complex Function Theory will contain three advanced courses consisting of three one-hour lectures each, up to six one-hour invited talks, and contributed talks delivered, mainly, by promising young mathematicians.