Joseph M. Rosenblatt

Talks by Joseph Rosenblatt

  1. Kent State Functional Analysis Seminar, 1975, invited lecture.
  2. University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, 1975, invited lectures.
  3. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, invited to give a short talk during a special session on harmonic analysis, June 16-17, 1978.
  4. University of Aberdeen, Scotland, invited lecture on invariant means while visiting Professor Alan Paterson, Summer, 1979.
  5. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, invited colloquium, Summer 1980.
  6. Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, invited colloquium, Fall 1980.
  7. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, invited colloquium, Fall 1980.
  8. University of Arkansas, invited colloquium Winter 1981.
  9. University of Rochester, invited colloquium, Winter 1981.
  10. University of Missouri, Columbia, invited colloquium, Winter 1981.
  11. Syracuse University, invited colloquium, Winter 1981.
  12. AMS Meeting, Pittsburgh, invited lecture in special session on harmonic analysis, Spring 1981.
  13. Oklahoma State University, colloquium, Winter 1982.
  14. Northwestern University, invited special lecture, Spring 1982.
  15. University of Western Ontario, invited lecture at a special session on harmonic analysis on groups and semigroups, December 1984.
  16. Kansas State University, colloquium and special lecture, Spring 1986.
  17. Virginia Commonwealth University, colloquium, Spring 1986.
  18. Northwestern University, colloquium, Spring 1986.
  19. University of Alberta, colloquium, Summer 1987.
  20. University of Missouri, Columbia, colloquium, Spring 1988.
  21. First Conference on Almost Everywhere Convergence and Probability Theory, Spring 1988, OSU.
  22. Oklahoma State University, colloquium, Fall, 1988.
  23. Kansas State University, colloquium, Winter, 1989.
  24. University of Oklahoma, invited hour address, principal speaker: A. Lubotsky, Spring, 1989.
  25. Fifth Conference on Probability and Statistics, Vilnius, Lithuania, invited address, Summer, 1989.
  26. Leningrad Office of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Leningrad, invited address, Summer, 1989.
  27. Second Conference on Almost Everywhere Convergence and Probability Theory, Northwestern University, Fall 1989.
  28. Kansas State University, Regional AMS meeting, invited talk in a special session on harmonic analysis and probability theory, Spring, 1990.
  29. DePaul University/Northwestern University, special lectures, Winter, 1991.
  30. MAA, Student Chapter, OSU, invited short talk, on Phase Retrieval, Spring, 1991.
  31. Charles University, Prague, Czechoslovakia, invited talk, Fall, 1991.
  32. University of Wroclaw, Mathematical Institute, invited address, conference on operators on groups, Karpacz, Poland, Fall, 1991.
  33. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, invited talk at a work shop on almost everywhere convergence, November 7-11, 1991.
  34. MSRI, Berkeley, California, February, 1992, address at workshop on Amenable Ergodic Theory.
  35. University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, September, 1992, two talks in the Analysis Seminar Series.
  36. University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia, September, 1992, one talk in the Analysis Seminar.
  37. SUNY at Albany, Colloquium Talk, February, 1993.
  38. Ohio State University, Conference on Convergence in Ergodic Theory and Probability, June, 1993, short talk.
  39. University of Western Ontario, Colloquium, January, 1994.
  40. University of Toronto, special seminar talk, January, 1994.
  41. University of Florida, Gainesville, Colloquium talk, February, 1994.
  42. University of South Florida, Tampa, Colloquium talk, February, 1994.
  43. Kansas State University, Regional AMS meeting, invited talk in a special session on ergodic theory, March, 1994.
  44. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Colloquium talk, March, 1994.
  45. Mathematical Institute, University of Warwick, Coventry, England, visitor, August, 1994.
  46. University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe, August, 1994, invited talks on ergodic theory.
  47. Wabash Seminar, Conference talk, Wabash College, Indiana, December, 1994.
  48. Ohio State University, invited talk in Ergodic Theory and Probability Seminar, February,1995.
  49. University of Maryland, Departmental Colloquium, March, 1995.
  50. DePaul University, Regional AMS meeting, invited talk in a special session on ergodic theory, March, 1995.
  51. University of Illinois, Departmental Colloquium, Mathematics in Science and Society Series, Fall, 1995.
  52. University of Memphis, Regional AMS meeting, invited talk in a special session on ergodic theory, March, 1997.
  53. Ohio State University, invited talk in the Ergodic Theory and Probability Seminar, May, 1997
  54. University of British Columbia, Special Address at the Conference in honor of the retirement of Edmond Granirer, August, 1997
  55. Northwestern University, invited hour talk at the Conference on Probability, Ergodic Theory, and Analysis in honor of the retirement of Alexandra Bellow, October, 1997.
  56. University of Florida, Gainesville, February, 1998, Departmental Colloquium.
  57. Pennsylvania State University, University Park, talk in the Dynamical Systems Seminar in the Mathematics Department, March, 1998.
  58. Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel, Departmental Colloquium, May, 1998.
  59. Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Ergodic Theory Seminar, invited talk, May, 1998.
  60. The Technion (Israel Institute of Technology), Haifa, Israel, Departmental Colloquium and a seminar talk, May, 1998.
  61. DePaul University, Regional AMS meeting, invited talk in a special session on ergodic theory, September, 1998.
  62. University of Maryland, dynamics seminar talk, November, 1998.
  63. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Sectional Meeting of the AMS, March, 1999, invited talk in the session on Wavelets and Multiresolution, organized by Tian He.
  64. Meeting of Chairs and Heads of Mathematics Departments, November, 1999, talk on Asynchronous Learning, Distance Education, and Programs at UIUC.
  65. Northwestern University, Plenary talk, Meeting on Stochastic Processes and Harmonic Analysis, June, 2000.
  66. University of Memphis, special talk, meeting on ergodic theory and dynamical systems, April, 2001.
  67. Purdue University, probability theory seminar, April, 2001.
  68. Ohio State University, ergodic theory seminar, April, 2001.
  69. University of Goettingen, plenary talk, workshop on non-hyperbolic dynamical systems, June, 2000.
  70. Williams College, special talk, special session in ergodic theory, regional AMS meeting, October, 2001.
  71. Indiana University, Sectional Meeting of the AMS, invited talk in the special session on ergodic theory, April, 2003.
  72. National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece, invited talk, September, 2003.
  73. University of Crete, Crete, Greece, invited talks, October, 2003.
  74. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Sectional Meeting of the AMS, invited talk in the special session on ergodic theory, October, 2003.
  75. University of Missouri, Columbia, invited seminar talk, analysis seminar, February, 2004.
  76. Beijing University, Beijing, China, departmental colloquium, May, 2005.
  77. Mathematics Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, analysis seminar, May, 2005.
  78. Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, Manchuria, China, departmental colloquium, May, 2005.
  79. Shandong University, Jinan, China, departmental colloquium, May, 2005.
  80. Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China, career planning seminar, May, 2005.
  81. Shanghai Jiaotang University, Shanghai, China, career planning seminar, May, 2005.
  82. University of Missouri, Columbia, analysis seminar, August, 2005.
  83. Cornell University, Center for Applied Mathematics, Colloquium, November 2005
  84. DePaul University, Chicago, International Conference on Harmonic Analysis and Ergodic Theory, in Honor of Roger Jones and Marshall Ash, invited talk, December, 2005
  85. Regional meeting of the Canadian Mathematics Society, Victoria, BC, invited talk, December, 2005.
  86. EU Conference on Harmonic Analysis, Zakopane, Poland, invited talk, January, 2006.
  87. Wroclaw University, invited seminar talks, January, 2006.
  88. University of Kentucky, Lexington, colloquium, March, 2006.
  89. University of Louisville, colloquium, March, 2006.
  90. Ohio State University, analysis seminar, March, 2006
  91. Sectional meeting of the AMS, Cincinnati, Ohio, invited talk in the special session on ergodic theory, October 2006.
  92. University of Maryland, dynamics seminar, November, 2006
  93. National meeting of the Canadian Mathematics Society, Toronto, special session invited talk, December, 2006.
  94. February Fourier Talks, University of Maryland, program speaker, February, 2007.
  95. University of Maryland, colloquium talk, March, 2007.
  96. SUMIRFAS, Texas A&M University, invited talk, August, 2007.
  97. Taiwan National University, Taipei, Taiwan, October 2007.
  98. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, colloquium and opening talk for the 2008 Probability and Ergodic Theory Workshop organized by Idris Assani, February, 2008.
  99. Ohio State University, analysis seminar, February, 2008.
  100. University of Notre Dame, colloquium, March, 2008.
  101. Indiana University, analysis seminar, December, 2008.
  102. IUPUI (Indiana University- Purdue University at Indianapolis), colloquium, December, 2008.
  103. University of Alberta, Edmonton, plenary talk, Laufest, May, 2009.
  104. Harmonic Analysis Workshop, Wayne State University, November 2009.
  105. Analysis Seminar, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, January 2010.
  106. Dynamical Systems Seminar, Imperial College, London, UK, January, 2010.
  107. Denker Seminar, Pennsylvania State University, October, 2010.
  108. Northestern University, Dynamical Systems seminar, November, 2010.
  109. Ohio State University, Analysis Seminar, February 2011.
  110. George Washington University, Analysis Seminar, February, 2011.
  111. Butler University, Colloquium, March 2011.
  112. Oklahoma State University, Analysis Seminar, March 2011.
  113. University of Memphis, Analysis Seminar, March 2011.
  114. Conference on Ergodic Theorems, Group Actions, and Applications, Be'er Sheva University, Israel, May 2011.
  115. Purdue University, Analysis seminar, October 2011.
  116. George Washington University, Analysis seminar, November 2011.
  117. George Washington University, Colloquium, November 2011
  118. University of Memphis, Analysis seminar, April 2012.
  119. University of Louvain la Neuve, Belgium, Analysis Seminar, August 2012.
  120. University of Louvain la Neuve, Belgium, Colloquium, August 2012.
  121. Ohio State University, Analysis Seminar, October, 2012
  122. Sectional Meeting of the AMS, Akron, OH, invited talk in the Special Session on Separate Continuity vs. Joint Continuity, October, 2012
  123. Ohio State University, Analysis Seminar, March, 2013
  124. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, invited talk, Ergodic Theory Workshop organized by Idris Assani, March, 2013.
  125. SUNY Albany, Analysis Seminar, July, 2013.
  126. DePaul University, Colloquium, and Analysis Seminar, September, 2013.
  127. University of Maryland, Dynamical Systems Seminar, October, 2013
  128. George Washington University, Analysis Seminar, October, 2013
  129. AMS Sectional Meeting, Louisville, Special Session on Ergodic Theory and Topological Dynamics, October, 2013.
  130. UCLA, T. Tao Seminar, October, 2013.
  131. UC Irvine, Analysis Seminar, October, 2013.
  132. Special Session in Ergodic Theory and Symbolic Dynamics, AMS National Meeting, Baltimore, MD, January, 2014.
  133. Special address on Mathematics Education from a Global Perspective, Fourah Bay College, Freetown, Sierra Leone, March 2014.
  134. University of Toruń, Mathematical Department of the Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland, special talk in Meeting on Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, May, 2014
  135. Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Wroclaw, Poland, seminar, May 2014
  136. Institute of Mathematical Stochastics, Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, Germany, seminar, May 2014
  137. Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa, Poland, seminar, May 2014.
  138. Ohio State University, ergodic theory seminar, November 2014.
  139. Special Session on Number Theory in Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, AMS Sectional Meeting, George Washington University, March, 2015
  140. Colloquium and Analysis Seminar, University of Missouri - Columbia, March, 2015.
  141. Dynamical Systems, Ergodic theory, and Probability Conference in memory of Nikolai Chernov, University of Alabama, Birmingham, May 2015
  142. Invited Talk, Ergodic Theory and Combinatorics Conference, University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway, June 2015
  143. Seminar, University of Paris-Sud, Orsay, June 2015

Contributed Talk

  • Short talk at AMS Meeting, San Francisco, January 1981.

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