Symmetries in Geometry, Analysis and Spectral Theory

Conference on the occasion of Joachim Hilgert's 60th Birthday

The mathematical description of symmetries in terms of Lie groups can be found in various areas of modern mathematics. Although Lie theory has developed an independent interest, its applications to geometry, analysis and spectral theory are of particular importance and often reveal additional structural information. With this international meeting we intend to bring together researchers working in various branches of Lie theory and provide a platform for the most recent developments.

Paderborn, July 23-27, 2018

Organizing committee

Jan Frahm (Erlangen, Germany)
Helge Glöckner (Paderborn, Germany)
Karl-Hermann Neeb (Erlangen, Germany)
Margit Rösler (Paderborn, Germany)
Tobias Weich (Paderborn, Germany)

Invited speakers

Erik P. van den Ban (Utrecht, Netherlands)
Wolfgang Bertram (Nancy, France)
Anton Deitmar (Tübingen, Germany)
Jacques Faraut (Paris, France)
Sönke Hansen (Paderborn, Germany)
Benjamin Harris (Simon's Rock, USA)
Karl Heinrich Hofmann (Darmstadt, Germany)
Toshiyuki Kobayashi (Tokyo, Japan)
Jimmie D. Lawson (Baton Rouge, USA)
Dieter Mayer (Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany)
Gestur Olafsson (Baton Rouge, USA)
Martin Olbrich (Luxembourg)
Bent Ørsted (Aarhus, Denmark)
Aprameyan Parthasarathy (Paderborn, Germany)
Angela Pasquale (Metz, France)
Anke Pohl (Bremen, Germany)
Tomas Przebinda (Oklahoma, USA)
Henrik Schlichtkrull (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Henrik Seppänen (Göttingen, Germany) [tbc]
Tilmann Wurzbacher (Metz, France)
Genkai Zhang (Göteborg, Sweden)

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