The complete program is available.

- Hiroaki Aikawa, Shimane University:
*Norm estimates of Green operator and perturbation of Green function* - Kari Astala, Jyväskylä:
*Periodic quasiconformal mappings, homogenization and optimal conductivity properties of material mixtures* - Al Baernstein, St. Louis:
*Symmetriztion theorems for integrals involving volumes of simplices* - Lennart Carleson, Uppsala & KTH:
*DLA and an analogue of Burgers' equation* - David Drasin, Purdue:
*On Nevanlinna's inverse problem*. Wednesday - Vladimir Eiderman, Moscow:
*Metric properties of exceptional sets* - Stephen Gardiner, Dublin:
*Limits of superharmonic functions along parallel lines*(Joint work with Matts Essén) - Wolfhard Hansen, Bielefeld:
*A Liouville property for Schödinger operators* - Walter Hayman, Imperial College:
*The mathematical work of Matts Essén* - Ilpo Laine, Joensuu:
*Meromorphic solutions of some complex differential equations*(Joint work with Xinhou Hua) - John Lewis, Lexington, Kentucky:
*Some problems for elliptic and parabolic measure* - Olli Martio, Helsinki:
*Stability results* - Pertti Mattila, Jyväskylä:
*Removable sets for bounded analytic functions in the plane* - Ivan Netuka, Prague:
*Limit behavior of convolutions of measures and its application to harmonic functions and stabilization* - Phil Rippon, Milton Keynes:
*Asymptotic values of continuous functions* - John Rossi, Blacksburg:
*Circular means of fine Green's functions and the longest arc relation*(Joint work with Fryntov and Weitsman) - Kristian Seip, Trondheim:
*On some interpolation problems for entire functions and the Hunt-Muckenhoupt-Wheeden theorem* - Dan Shea, Madison:
*On convolution inequalities in function theory (from Kjellberg to Essén)* - Mikhail Sodin, Tel-Aviv:
*Hilbert transform of measures and L*^1*functions*(after Matsaev) - Jang Mei Wu, Urbana:
*Growth and asymptotic sets of subharmonic functions*

- Mats Erik Andersson, KTH, Stockholm:
*The sharp logarithmic Sobolev inequality for the group of order three* - Rauno Aulaskari, Jyväskylä:
*Q_p*(*R*)*on Riemann surfaces* - Vladimir Azarin, Bar-Ilan:
*On limit sets of entire curves and the multiplicator problem* - Yuanji Cheng:
*On an open problem of Ambrosetti, Brezis and Cerami* - W. N. Everitt, Birmingham, UK:
*On the representation of holomorphic functions by integrals* - Kurt Hansson, Linköping:
*A Dirichlet problem for a multidimensional Riccati equation* - Håkan Hedenmalm, Lund:
*Invertible but not weakly invertible functions in the Bergman spaces* - Burglind Juhl-Jöricke, Berlin:
*A non-removable generic 4-ball in the unit sphere in C^3*(Joint work with N. Shcherbina) - Visa Latvala, Joensuu:
*Bloch functions of solutions to elliptic equations* - Peter Lindqvist, Trondheim:
*On a very degenerate nonlinear eigenvalue problem* - José G. Llorente, Madrid:
*Axiomatic potential theory, asymptotic values and elliptic differential operators* - Torbjörn Lundh, KTH, Stockholm:
*Percolation of a Brownian motion absorbed by a Poisson process* - Jerk Matero, Uppsala:
*Mean curvature flow with absorption* - Vladimir Maz'ya, Linköping:
*On the Wiener regularity of a boundary point for higher order elliptic operators* - Artur Nicolau, Barcelona:
*Inner functions, Bloch spaces and symmetric measures* - I. V. Ostrovskii, Kharkov and Ankara:
*Power series having tails with multiply positive coefficients*(Joint work with N. A. Zheltukhina) - Jarmila Ranosová, Prague:
*Sets of determination in potential theory* - Charles Stanton, San Bernardino, California:
*Some sharp inequalities for norms of conjugate functions*(Joint work with Dan Shea and Matts Essén) - Tadie, Copenhagen:
*Structure of radial solutions of semilinear elliptic equations via the ``normalized" problems* - Vadim Tkachenko, Beer-Sheva:
*Non-selfadjoint Dirac operators with periodic skew-symmetric potential matrices* - Luis Manuel Tovar, Mexico:
*Q_p-functions and Blaschke products.*) - A. Ulanovskii, Stavanger:
*Completeness problems for sparse sequences of exponentials on large sets* - Björn Gabriel Walther, KTH, Stockholm:
*Fourier transforms of singular distributions as initial data for the time-dependent Schrödinger equation* - Yuefei Wang, Peking and Berlin:
*Dynamics of entire functions: Wandering domains*

Catherine Bandle, Basel

David Drasin, Purdue

Walter Hayman, Imperial College

Ilpo Laine, Joensuu

John Lewis, Kentucky

Olli Martio, Helsinki

Ivan Netuka, Prague

Dan Shea, Madison

Last change 2022-02-11. Christer Oscar Kiselman, Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University. E-mail: kiselman@it.uu.se