# Fourier Analysis Seminar, Autumn/Winter 2011

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Coordinator: Zhang Xiaoyu(张晓宇)

Email: xyz5261941 AT 126 DOT com

Mobile: 13645718612(695216)

Textbook: Fourier Analysis An Introduction,by Elias Stein and Rami Shakarchi

## Schedule: Sep. 18, 2011 - Dec. 25, 2011 Sunday Evening 6:00pm--9:00pm, East 6-417

2011.09.18.

Chapter1 The genesis of Fourier analysis, first half

speaker: Lv Renjie(吕仁杰)

2011.09.25.

Chapter 1 The genesis of Fourier analysis, second half
Exercises and problems

speaker: Zhang Hanyu(张寒煜)

2011.10.02.

Chapter 2 Basic properties of Fourier analysis, first half

speaker: Qian Wei(钱炜)

2011.10.16.

Chapter 2 Basic properties of Fourier analysis, second half
Exercises and problems

speaker: Lv Renjie(吕人杰)

2011.10.23.

Chapter 3 Convergence of Fourier series, first half

speaker: Qian Wei(钱炜)

2011.10.30.

Chapter 3 Convergence of Fourier series, second half
Exercises and problems

speaker: Hu Kanghao（胡康豪)

2011.11.06.

Chapter 4 Some applications of Fourier series, first half

speaker: Zhang Cheng(张城),Zhang Yuanzhao(章元肇)

2011.11.13.

Chapter 4 Some applications of Fourier series, second half
Exercises and problems

speaker: Hu Kanghao（胡康豪)

2011.11.20.

Chapter 5 The Fourier transform on R, first third

speaker: Lv Renjie(吕人杰)

2011.11.27.

Chapter 5 The Fourier transform on R, second third

speaker: Hu Kanghao（胡康豪）

2011.12.04.

Chapter 5 The Fourier transform on R, last third
Exercises and problems

speaker: Zhang Hanyu(张寒煜)

2011.12.11.

Chapter 6 The Fourier transform on R^d, first third

speaker: Qian Wei(钱炜)

2011.12.18.

Chapter 6 The Fourier transform on R^d, second third

speaker: Lv Renjie(吕人杰)

2011.12.25.

Chapter 6 The Fourier transform on R^d, last third
Exercises and problems

speaker: Zhang Hanyu(张寒煜)

## Introduction

We will cover the first 6 chapters of the book. After learning calculus or analysis, you may want to see how it is used in mathematics. This book gives you much motivation in studying analysis. It is the first book of a series of 4 books written by Stein and Shakarchi. If there is sufficient interest, this seminar will continue in the following semesters.

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