Discrete analogues in Harmonic Analysis beyond the Calderon-Zygmund paradigm

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Speaker: 
Benjamin Krause
Institution: 
Caltech
Time: 
Tue, 11/13/2018 - 3:00pm
Location: 
RH 306

Motivated by questions in pointwise ergodic theory, modern discrete harmonic analysis, as developed by Bourgain, has focused on understanding the oscillation of averaging operators - or related singular integral operators - along polynomial curves. In this talk we present the first example of a discrete analog of polynomially modulated oscillatory singular integrals; this begins to unify the work of Bourgain, Stein, and Stein-Wainger. The argument combines a wide range of techniques from Euclidean harmonic analysis and analytic number theory.