Analysis and Geometry in Several Complex Variables

Our workshop will gather analysts and (CR) geometers to discuss current trends and problems. The connection between these areas has been one of the most exciting developments in Several Complex Variables of the past decade. This connection stems from the interplay of theboundary geometry of a domain and the analysis of the behaviour of holomorphic functions on the domain, from several points of view. Particular topics that will be discussed in the workshop include the following:

CR mappings: Regularity and finite determination property of CR mappings;

Invariant metrics and Curvature in SCV: Cheng-Yau  conjecture, Kobayashi hyperbolicity;

Asymptotic Analysis of kernel/potential functions: Ramadanov conjecture, log singularities of the kernel functions. 

Coming soon.


Name Affiliation
Peter Ebenfelt University of California, San Diego
Purvi Gupta Indian Institute of Science, Bengalore
Bernhard Lamel University of Vienna
Nordine Mir Texas A&M University at Qatar


Name Affiliation
Florian Bertrand American University of Beirut
Blake Boudreaux University of Western Ontario
Paulo Cordaro Universidade de São Paulo
John P. D'Angelo University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Franc Forstneric University of Ljubljana
Anne-Katrin Gallagher Gallagher Tool & Instrument
Ilya Kossovskiy Masaryk University
Loredana Lanzani University of Bologna
Thomas Pawlaschyk Bergische Universität Wuppertal
Jean Ruppenthal Bergische Universität Wuppertal
Rasul Shafikov University of Western Ontario
John (Nick) Treuer Texas A & M University
At a glance
Nov. 20, 2023 — Nov. 24, 2023
ESI Boltzmann Lecture Hall
Peter Ebenfelt (UC San Diego)
Purvi Gupta (IIS Bengalore)
Bernhard Lamel (U of Vienna)
Nordine Mir (Texas A&M U at Qatar)