International Conference on Harmonic Analysis and Applications


June 1- 5, 2015

Department of Mathematics, The Graduate Center of City University of New York


In recent years, harmonic analysis has spawned new and exciting developments in various areas of pure and applied mathematics. These developments have merged into wavelets and frames as a common language of physics, astrophysics, engineering, geology, statistics, and into new applications to geometry analysis of large digital data and signal and image processing, such as compress sensing and spare sampling, and approximation theory. The methods of harmonic analysis and frame theory have also been employed to solve long-standing problems in operator theory and operator algebra, PDE, interpolation theory, boundary value problems, Lie theory, and the geometry of fractals. The PIs have a long story of applying harmonic analysis and frame methods for study of functions and interpolation spaces, sampling theory on symmetric spaces, Lie groups and tiling theory.


Topics include, but are not limited to,

  • Analysis and geometry of high dimensional data sets
  • Compressive sensing
  • Diffusion geometry
  • Frame and wavelet theory
  • Fuglede conjecture and tiling theory
  • Homogeneous spaces
  • Interpolation spaces
  • Phase Retrieval
  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Radon transform
  • Sampling theory
  • Sigma-delta quantization
  • Signal analysis and Image processing
  • Symmetric spaces and Paley-Wiener spaces
  • Time-frequency analysis
  • Visualization and learning theory


National Science Foundation, Queensborough Community College of CUNY, and The Graduate Center 

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