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November 22, 2019

Complex Analysis: Exploration and Applications

Public Lecture: Variants of Schwarz Lemma

Toshiyuki Sugawa, Tohoku University

Professor Toshiyuki Sugawa (須川敏幸)  is the professor at Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University. He got his bachelor, master and Ph.D. degrees at Kyoto University.

His research interests are Complex Analysis, Geometric Function Theory, Univalent Functions, Hyperbolic Metric, Quasiconformal Mappings, Riemann Surfaces, Teichmuller Spaces, Potential Theory, Complex Dynamics, Kleinian Groups.


Research Talk: Conformal Invariants: A Look at Computation and Theory

Matti Vuorinen, University of Turku

Matti Vuorinen is a Finnish mathematician working in the area of classical analysis and, in particular, geometric function theory, quasiconformal mappings, computational potential theory, and generalized hyperbolic geometry.

He has worked as a professor of mathematics at the Universities of Turku and of Helsinki, Finland and hosted more than a hundred research/postdoc visits to Finland. He supervised 13 PhD theses and more than a hundred MSc theses.

His network of coauthors includes 80 mathematicians from all corners of world: European countries, USA, Russia, China, India, Japan, New Zealand. His collaboration with this network includes more than 200 publications, including 2 books on quasiregular and quasiconformal mappings.

He has worked altogether more than five years at leading research institutions of his research area: The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Technical University of Berlin, the Mittag-Leffler Institute, Sweden, Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk. Since 2013 he has been a frequent visitor to Chinese Universities, including Hunan Normal University, Changsha and Zhejiang Sci-Tech University Hangzhou. Currently (in 2019) he is w orking at GTIIT at Shantou, China.

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