10th Annual Workshop on Applications and Generalizations of Complex Analysis

Centro Internacional de Matemática, Coimbra, Portugal

June 23, 2007

With the support from CMUC (Centro de Matemática da Universidade de Coimbra) and  UI&D "Matemática e Aplicações" da Universidade de Aveiro.




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Dear colleagues,

We invite you to participate in the 10th Workshop on "Applications and Generalizations of Complex Analysis" on Saturday, June 23rd 2007, at the CIM (International Center for Mathematics) in Coimbra. As around this date the 13th European Intensive Course on "Complex Analysis and its Generalizations" takes place in Coimbra and Aveiro, this workshop is intended to give an opportunity for discussions between junior and senior researchers from several european countries in various fields of mathematics related to Complex, Quaternionic and Clifford Analysis (like Algebra, Geometry, Numerical Analysis, Differential Equations, etc.) This workshop follows the nine held at the Universities of Coimbra and Aveiro from 1998 to 2006 (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) and there are plans for workshops in the following years.

All the presentations will be given 25 minutes and we would be glad if you would decide to participate and even more to present your work.

In case you are interested please fill the registration form  in due time (deadline June 1st) so that we are able to prepare a tentative programme.

Besides a formal registration there will be no fee.

Looking forward to meet you at the workshop.

The Organizers:

J. Carvalho e Silva

Ana Foulquié  Isabel Cação

REGISTRATION FORM (please copy into email)

I intend to participate in the Intensive Course: Yes/No
I intend to participate in the Workshop and present a paper ___ / I will not present a paper __
Tentative title:
I need an invitation letter: _____; for that purpose, contact me via the e-mail:____________or by fax:_______________________
I am a Postgraduate/PhD student and I need financial support ______
I need help with accommodation in Coimbra or Aveiro:_______;
Please send as soon as possible a short abstract of your paper (in Latex, at most 10 lines).


9:30-9:45 Opening session

9:45-10:15 Richard Delanghe, University of Ghent

Subclasses of monogenic functions

10:15-10:45 Bram De Knock, University of Ghent

A Hermitean Cauchy integral formula in Clifford analysis

Coffee break

11:00-11:30 Eduardo Godoy, University of Vigo
Multivariable generalized Bernstein polynomials

11:30-12:00 Luis Garza, University Carlos III of Madrid

Spectral transformations of measures supported on the unit circle and the Szegö transformation

12:00-12:30 Herbert Dueñas, University Carlos III of Madrid

Jacobi-Type orthogonal polynomials. Electrostatic interpretation


14:00-14:30 Rogério Serôdio, University of Beira Interior

Quasideterminants and some applications

14:30-15:00 Nelson Vieira, University of Aveiro

Numerical Analysis for the in-stationary Schrödinger equation by means of Clifford Analysis

15:00-15:30 Nelson Faustino, University of Aveiro

Discrete Dirac operators on combinatorial surfaces

15:30-16:00 Márcio Nascimento, Polytechnical Institute of Viseu

On orthogonal polynomials via polynomial mappings

Coffee break

16:30-17:00 Antonio Durán, University of Sevilla

Orthogonal matrix polynomials satisfying second order differential equations

17:00-17:30 Luís Cotrim, Polytechnical Institute of Leiria

Favard theorem in the theory of multiple orthogonal polynomials

17:30-18:00 Maria das Neves Rebocho, University of Beira Interior

Characterizations of the Laguerre-Hahn class on the unit circle

18:00-18:30 Rafael Hernández Heredero, Polytechnical University of Madrid

The complex Toda lattice: The Bäcklund transformation and the structure of the space of solutions


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With support from Centro de Matemática da Universidade de Coimbra, UI&D "Matemática e Aplicações" do Universidade de Aveiro, Centro Internacional de Matemática and the Socrates programme. Centre for Mathematics, University of Coimbra