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** Title: ** Smooth barycentric decompositions of Weyl chambers - a helpful tool to handle inverse spherical Fourier transforms on noncompact symmetric spaces of higher rank Fourier and Schur idempotents

##### **Speaker: ** Jean-Philippe Anker (Institut Denis Poisson, Université d'Orléans, France)

##### **Date: **21 August 2024

**Time:** 4 pm

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**Venue: ** Microsoft Teams (online)

The study of invariant dispersive PDE on noncompact symmetric spaces, such as the wave equation or the Schrödinger equation, requires to analyze oscillating integrals arising from the inverse spherical Fourier transform. While this can be achieved by classical though nontrivial tools in rank one, a major problem in higher rank lies in the fact that the Plancherel density is not a differentiable symbol in general, and thus integration by parts produces no additional global decay at infinity. In this talk, we will explain a way to overcome this problem by introducing a smooth barycentric decomposition of Weyl chambers, which leads eventually to the same dispersive and Strichartz estimates as in rank one. This work started 15 years ago as a joint project with S. Meda, V. Pierfelice, M. Vallarino and was finally achieved in collaboration with H.-W. Zhang.

The video of this talk is available on the IISc Math Department channel.

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