Mathematics and Mechanics Faculty, St.Petersburg State University





Russia, St. Petersburg, April 14-18, 2014

The International Conference “Complex Analysis and Related Topics” will be held in St. Petersburg from 14 to 18 April 2014. One of the main aims of this conference is to revive the remarkable traditions of All-Russian conferences on Complex Analysis, which gathered together leading experts from all Complex Analysis research groups from Russia and from the former Soviet Union.

This Conference is organized by Chebyshev Laboratory of St. Petersburg State University and by Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics of St. Petersburg State University in cooperation with Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Science, with St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Science and with Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of the Russian Academy of Science.

The Organizing and Program Committee of the Conference is constituted as follows:

·         Alexander Aptekarev (Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics) – Co-chair;

·         Stanislav Smirnov (University of Geneva and St. Petersburg State University) – Co-chair;

·         Anton Baranov (St. Petersburg State University);

·         Evgenii Chirka (Steklov Mathematical Institute);

·         Sergey Kislyakov (St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute);

·         Konstantin Fedorovskiy (Bauman Moscow State Technical University).

The scope of the Conference encompasses whole spectrum of problems in contemporary Complex Analysis as well as topics in Functional Analysis, Operator Theory, Geometry and Topology, Probability Theory and Mathematical Physics inspired by or related with various Complex Analysis problems.


Invited plenary lectures: 

  • Kari Astala: Multifractal spectra for biLipschitz and quasiconformal mappings
  • Farit Avkhadiev:   Hardy type inequalities 
  • Bo Berndtsson:   Convexity of some functionals in Kahler geometry 
  • Vladimir Dubinin:   Some resent applications of the capacitary approach and symmetrization to the geometric function theory 
  • Stephen Gardiner:   Universal Taylor series and potential theory 
  • Dmitry Khavinson:   The fundamental theorem of algebra, complex analysis and astrophysics 
  • Ari Laptev:   Spectral inequalities for Partial Differential Equations and their applications 
  • Yurii Lyubarskii:   Composition operators in model spaces 
  • Stefan Nemirovski:   Rational approximations and symplectic topology 
  • Eero Saksman:   On the multiplicative chaos 
  • Kristian Seip:   Poisson integrals on polydiscs 
  • Armen Sergeev:   Universal Teichmueller space and its quantization 
  • Yum-Tong Siu:   Application of d-bar estimates to effective very ampleness and abundance 
  • Xavier Tolsa:   Square functions, Riesz transforms, and rectifiability
  • Avgust Tsikh: Singular strata of cuspidal type for the classical discriminant


If you have any questions please contact the organizing committee at                      

Local Organizing Committee:

Anton Baranov (St. Petersburg State University) 
Yurii Belov (St. Petersburg State University)
Svetlana Likhova (Chebyshev Laboratory)
Pavel Mozolyako (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
Nikolai Osipov (St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute)



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