Seminar on Function Theory at Kyoto University
&
Kansai Seminar on Complex Analysis


(in Japanese)

Kansai Seminar on Complex Analysis
April 21, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Katsuhiko MATSUZAKI (Ochanomizu Univ.)
III : Exotic projective structures and prime ends of the region of discontinuity on a Riemann surface

April 28, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Yusuke OKUYAMA (Shizuoka Univ.)
On finiteness of the Speiser transcendental meromorphic functions

May 12, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Toshiyuki SUGAWA (Kyoto Univ. & Univ. of Helsinki)
On the degenerate Beltrami equation

Kansai Seminar on Complex Analysis
May 19, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Dept. Math., Osaka City Univ.
Masamichi YOSHIDA (Osaka City Univ.)
Pinched circle model of a topological polynomial

26 May, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Hideki MIYACHI (Osaka City Univ.)
Bounded geometry for Kleinian groupsí╩Paper of Y. Minsky)

Kansai Seminar on Complex Analysis - A half but entire day -
Professor Noel Baker has passed away.
He was still working in the frontier just before the death. May his soul rest in peace.
June 9, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
14:00 - 15:20 Kazuya TOHGE (Kanazawa Univ.)
On the value distribution of a meromorphic function on the plane satisfying a functional equation
15:40 - 17:00 Shunsuke MOROSAWA (Kochi Univ.)
Semihyperbolic transcendental entire functions

June 16, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Tatsuhiko YAGASAKI (Kyoto Institute of Technology)
Homotopy types of the identity components of groups of homeomorphisms and diffeomorphisms of noncompact 2-manifolds

June 23, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Masahiko TANIGUCHI (Kyoto Univ.)
Sectorially escaping points of sectorially structurally finite entire functions

July 7, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Kazuhiko UMEHARA (Kyoto Univ.)
Existence of hypercyclic operators on Banach spaces

July 14, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Mitsuru NAKAI (Prof. Emeritus, Nagoya Institute of Technology)
Harmonic dimension of a Heins surface

September 22, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Takuya HOSOKAWA (Niigata Univ.)
Topological structure of the space of composition operators on the Hardy spaces

September 29, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Shigenori MATSUMOTO (Nihon Univ.)
Pseudo-Anosov diffeomorphisms

Kansai Seminar on Complex Analysis
October 15 (Mon), 2001; 16:00--, Dept. Math., Osaka City Univ.
Linda Keen (Herbert H. Lehman College, City University of New York)
Discreteness Algorithms and Weierstrass Points for Hyperbolic 2-generator Groups

October 27, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Shigenori KURIHARA (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.)
Extremals for Plane Quasiconformal Mappings Preserving Reals

Kansai Seminar on Complex Analysis
November 11, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Kunio OBITSU (Kagoshima Univ.)
On the Seiberg-Witten metric (Introduction to work of D. Barrett)

November 17, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Katsuhiko MATSUZAKI (Ochanomizu Univ.)
A survey in the limit sets on infinite dimensional Teichmuller spaces

Kansai Seminar on Complex Analysis
December 8, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Dept. Math., Osaka City Univ.
John R. PARKER (Univ. of Durham)
Complex hyperbolic quasi-Fuchsian groups

December 15, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Hideki MIYACHI (Osaka City Univ.)
Earthquakes and Circle packings

December 22, 2001; 14:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Hiroki SUMI (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Compactification of a rational semigroup in the operator space

Kansai Seminar on Complex Analysis
January 26, 2002; 15:00--17:00, Lecture Room 1
Jun-ichiro NARITA (Daido Instite of Technology)
Interpolating sequences and the corona problem for a plane domain

February 7, 2002; 15:00--17:00, Kyoto Institue of Technology
Jeong, MOONNJA (University of Suwon)
The Szeg\"o kernel in the planar domain

History of Seminar on Function Theory (available since September, 1996)
1996 1997 1998

History of Kansai Seminar on Complex Analysis (aveilable since October, 1996)
1996 1997 1998


Welcome to our seminar!



We hold a seminar on function theory at the Lecture Room 1 in our department regularly from 14:00 to 17:00 (max) on every Saturday. (Because all the doors of building of our department are usually closed on Saturday, please enter the room by passing through the middle court.)
Speakers are expected to let us know the title and the abstract of the talk via e-mail etc. at least 10 days before.
And we also expand this seminar to "Kansai Seminar on Complex Analysis" in corporate with Osaka City University once a month.

Letters to: Masahiko Taniguchi, Department of Mathematics, Kyoto University,
606-8502 Kyoto, Japan
Contact address

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