4th European Intensive Course on Complex Analysis

"4th European Intensive Course on Complex Analysis "Hypercomplex systems and their application to nonlinear perturbed partial differential equations""

Departamento de Matemática, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal

9-27 March 1998

This intensive course will have a total of 48 hours of lectures and is at
postgraduate level. Lecturers will have time available to discuss with the
students. Successfully participating students will get a certificate. The
course is mainly dedicated to students from institutions that have a bilateral
agreement with the University of Coimbra under the programme Socrates, but
is open to all young mathematicians interested in Complex Analysis
and its applications.

* * 9 March: 9h 30m Opening session

* * Several Complex Variables - Prof. S. Dineen (Univ. College Dublin, Ireland)
 9 March: 10-12h, 15-17h
12 March: 10-12h
13 March: 10-12h

* * Introduction to Clifford Analysis - Prof.  J. Cnops
(Univ. Ghent, Belgium), Prof. H. Malonek (Univ. Aveiro, Portugal)
10 March: 10-12h, 15-17h
12 March: 15-17h
16 March: 15-18h
17 March: 15-18h
20 March: 15-18h

* * Workshop on "Applications and Generalizations of Complex Analysis"
13th of March
(afternoon; in the Department of Mathematics, University of Coimbra)
14th of March
(whole day;in the Department of Mathematics, University of Aveiro)

* * Caratheodory functions, trigonometric moment problem and analytical
properties of orthogonal polynomials on the unit circle - Prof. F.
Marcellan (Univ. Carlos III,  Madrid, Spain)
16 March: 10-12h
17 March: 10-12h
19 March: 10-12h, 15-17h
20 March: 10-12h

* * Applications of complex methods to free boundary value problems - Prof.
Jan de Graaf (Univ. Eindhoven, Holland)
23 March: 10-12h, 15-18h
24 March: 10-12h, 15-18h
26 March: 10-12h, 15-17h

* * Student presentations
27 March: 10-12h, 15-17h

This intensive course follows the three held in Coimbra and Aveiro
in 1995, 1996 and 1997 and there are plans for intensive courses
in the following years. The lecture
notes of some of the courses have been published in Coimbra and
others are in print (for more information please
see the URL 

Living and travel expenses can be partially covered by Erasmus/Socrates
for students that come from an institution that has a bilateral
agreement with the University of Coimbra. For this students
should contact Prof. Dr. J. Carvalho e Silva at the address below.

Informations about the Mathematics Department or the
University of Coimbra can be seen in http://www.mat.uc.pt/
Further informations can be obtained from:

H. Malonek                             J. Carvalho e Silva
Departamento de Matematica             Departamento de Matematica
Universidade de Aveiro                 Universidade de Coimbra
3800 Aveiro                            3000 Coimbra
Portugal                               Portugal
fax: 351-34-382014                     351-39-4191199/50
email: hrmalon@samantha.mat.ua.pt      jaimecs@mat.uc.pt
Please forward to all interested.