WOPA - Porto - 2017 - Workshop on Orthogonal Polynomials and Applications 

WOPA is a one day meeting that gather together members of the Analysis Area of CMUP (Center of Mathematics of University of Porto) and other researchers working on this subject.

Venue: Mathematics Department of Faculty of Sciences of University of Porto 

Date: September 5th

Place: Room FC1.007, Mathematics Building 

Web: https://cmup.fc.up.pt/main/content/wopa-porto-2017




10h   Pascal MARONI, CNRS - University Pierre Marie Curie – Paris VI

Convolution and Fourier transforms around vector spaces of polynomials functions

11h   Youssèf BEN CHEIKH, University of Monastir, Tunisia

Some partitions of polynomials sets

12h   José Carlos PETRONILHO, CMUC, University of Coimbra

On inverse problems and semi-classical orthogonal polynomials

12h 30m – 14h 30m LUNCH

14h 30m  Semyon YAKUBOVICH, CMUP, University of Porto

Certain classes of the index transforms and higher order PDE

15h   Ana Filipa LOUREIRO, University of Kent, UK 

Spectral approximation of convolution operator

15h 30m  Kenier CASTILLO, CMUC, University of Coimbra

On variation of zeros of paraorthogonal polynomials on the unit circle

16h   Ângela MACEDO, University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro

Symbolic approach to the general quadratic polynomial decomposition

16h 30m – 17h COFFEE BREAK

17h   José MATOS, CMUP, School of Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Porto

Stabilizing numerical operations with orthogonal polynomials

17h 30m   Marco MARTINS AFONSO, CMUP, University of Porto

Applications of multivariate Hermite polynomials in fluid dynamics

18h   Herder LIMA, University of Kent, UK 

On Müntz-type formulas related to the Riemann zeta function

18h 30m   Zélia da ROCHA, CMUP, University of Porto

On connection coefficients, zeros and interception points of perturbed Chebyshev polynomials

Organized by Zélia da ROCHA mrdioh@fc.up.pt


CMUP - Centro de Matemática da Universidade do Porto

FCT - Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia

DM - FCUP - Departamento de Matemática da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade do Porto