M60  February 22-23, 2008
A miniconference in Real Analysis

Eötvös University and Rényi Institute
Budapest, Hungary


Organizers: Z. Buczolich, T. Keleti and T. Mátrai
Program:

February 22, Friday afternoon in Room  0-823 Kitaibel Pál of the South Building of the Eötvös University:

15:00-15:15 L. Lovász Opening Remarks
15:20-15:45 Á. Császár Some results of Miklós Laczkovich
15:50-16:40 P. Humke A little bit of this and a little bit of that


February 23, Saturday in the ``Large lecture room" of the Rényi Institute:

10:00-10:25 Z. Daróczy  On a family of functional equations
10:30-10:55 Sz. Révész Integral concentration of idempotent trigonometric polynomials on small sets
11:00-11:30 COFFEE
11:30-11:55 L. Székelyhidi Spectral synthesis on hypergroups
12:00-12:25 M. Balcerzak On the Laczkovich-Komjáth property concerning sequences of analytic sets
12:30-14:30 LUNCH
14:30-14:55 Zs. Páles The extension of Clarke's generalized derivative of real-valued locally Lipschitz functions to the Radon--Nykodim space-valued setting
15:00-15:25 P. Holický Decompositions of Borel bimeasurable mappings
15:30-16:00 COFFEE
16:00-16:25 J. Tišer Application of variational principle to differentiability of Lipschitz functions
16:30-16:55 M.Csörnyei Lipschitz image of sets of positive measure
17:00-17:25 B. Kirchheim Convexity notions in the Calculus of Variations

February 23, Saturday 18:00, Conference dinner in the Fülemüle restaurant


February 24, Sunday: Departure


Practical information: Hotel, How to get to different places.