The scientific program, consisting of approximately eight plenary talks, 16 semi-plenary talks, and several sessions and contributed talks, covers various areas of operator theory, and its connections to complex analysis, harmonic analysis, random matrix theory, mathematical physics, inverse problems, and their applications.
Special sessions typically have 15-30 speakers and are organized by 2-3 people. To propose a special session, submit your proposal, including a title, short description, names of the organizers and a tentative list of speakers, to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 31, 2023.
The following sessions have been approved so far and further details will be posted soon:
- Algebraic Structures in Systems and Control Theory (Mikael Kurula, Michał Wojtylak)
- Harmonic Analysis (Timo Hänninen, Emiel Lorist)
- Hilbert Function Spaces in One and Several Variables (Alberto Dayan, Michael Hartz)
- Invariant and Representation Theory (Jurij Volcic, Visu Makam)
- Inverse Problems (Lauri Oksanen)
- Model spaces, their operators, and applications (William Ross, Javad Mashreghi, Ryan O'Loughlin)
- Multivariable Operator Theory (Rongwei Yang, Joe Ball)
- New Trends in Fractional Calculus Operators and Their Applications (Nelson Vieira, Milton Ferreira, M. Manuela Rodrigues, Yuri Luchko)
- Operator Theory on Analytic Function Spaces (Nikolai Vasilevski, Kehe Zhu, Antti Perälä, Santeri Miihkinen)
- Quantum Harmonic Analysis (Raffael Hagger, Robert Fulsche)
- Random Matrix Theory and Mathematical Physics (Christian Webb, Roozbeh Gharakhloo)
- Spectral Theory and Partial Differential Operators (Yuri Latushkin, Selim Sukhtaiev)