Invited Speakers

Juan Bés

Juan Bés graduated from Universidad de Buenos Aires and earned his Ph.D. from Kent State University (advisor R. Aron) in 1998. Since 2016 he has held a full professorship at Bowling Green State University. His research interests lie in operator theory, particularly in the dynamics of linear operators.


Bruce Hanson

Bruce Hanson received his Ph.D. in 1982 from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He has been teaching at St. Olaf College ever since where he currently is a full professor in the Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science Department. His research interests include quasiconformal mappings and analysis on metric spaces.


Mikhail Korobkov

Mikhail Korobkov is a professor of the Department of Geometry and Analysis at the Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk (Ph.D. degree, 2002; Habilitation, 2009). For collaboration M.V. Korobkov visited many international scientific centers: Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences (Leipzig, 2000), International Banach Center in Warsaw after invitation of Prof. B. Bojarski (2005, 2011), University of Oxford (2007, 2010, 2013 and 2015), Taiwan National University (2014), Vilnius University (2012, 2013), Second University of Naples (2014), and others. As a result of the last collaboration, it was written (together with K.Pileckas and R.Russo) some papers on application of real analysis in mathematical fluid mechanics (Leray's problem for stationary Navier-Stokes). Other areas of his scientific interests are the classical differential calculus, nonlinear PDEs and geometry, in particular, the Morse–Sard type theorems for the sharp case of Sobolev mappings (together with J.Bourgain and J.Kristensen).


Artur Nicolau

Artur Nicolau received his Ph.D. from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) in 1989. In 1990-91 he was a postdoctoral researcher at University of California Los Angeles. Since 1992 he has been an associate professor and a professor at UAB. He has made long research visits to MSRI (Berkeley), Université de Metz, University of Washington at Seattle, Instituto Argentino de Matemáticas and Washington University St.Louis. His research interests include complex and harmonic analysis, geometric function theory and its interactions with operator theory, measure theory and stochastic processes.


Anush Tserunyan

Anush Tserunyan received her Ph.D. from University of California Los Angeles in 2013. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Her research lies in descriptive set theory, ergodic theory, and measured group theory, pivoting on their interplay. She has also done some work in ergodic Ramsey theory and abstract Ramsey theory on semigroups. In the more distant past, she also worked in complexity theory, as well as in finite graph theory, more specifically, in matching theory.