Annual Workshop on Hypercomplex Analysis and Applications – 19.2./20.2.2010 Universität Paderborn


Local organizers:

Sören Kraußhar, Angela Kunoth

Date: 19.-20. February 2010

Place: Institute of Mathematics, Universität Paderborn, Warburger Str. 100, Room A3-301 (Main Building – Building Part A, 3rd floor).

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Aims and Topics:

This international workshop brings together both established scientists as well as young researchers in the field of hypercomplex analysis, its applications and related topics. It is a continuation of the series of annual workshops previously held in Prague (December 2008), Weimar (November 2007) and Freiberg (January 2007).Hypercomplex analysis methods have attracted continuously more and more interest in view of its wide range of applications to complex systems of partial differential equations and problems from mathematical physics and differential geometry.

The following specific topics are included:

  • development of new methods in higher dimensional function theories and harmonic analysis
  • applications of hypercomplex analysis methods to PDE of fluid dynamics, electromagnetism, MHD and quantum mechanics
  • development of new efficient numerical methods for higher dimensional PDEs
  • construction of new classes of wavelets in Rn and on manifolds and applications to image processing
  • hypercomplex integral transforms in texture analysis
  • applications of Dirac operators in geometry and mathematical physics
  • representation theory of Clifford algebras

Other related topics and complementary contributions are welcome as well.

In this workshop we plan to discuss latest results and future research projects to intensify collaboration.

A time-table, the titles and abstracts of the talks will be provided soon on this website.

Registration: The participants are kindly requested to send an email to


Please send us as soon as possible a tentative title of your talk and a short abstract.

Deadline: 1 February 2010.

There will be no registration fee.

Latest Update: 21.12.2009


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