[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP160100941]
Researchers Dr Pierre Portal; Prof Andrew Hassell; Dr Adam Sikora; Prof Dr Johannes van Neerven; A/Prof Colin Guillarmou
Brief description This project intends to explore new perspectives in harmonic analysis. Harmonic analysis is a set of mathematical techniques used in many branches of science and engineering to analyse complex signals (functions). It is highly effective in modelling phenomena such as the propagation of electromagnetic waves, but it is currently limited to propagation occurring in a simple-enough medium. An intense international research effort in harmonic analysis is currently under way to lift this limitation. This project is part of that effort, and aims to unite two of its fundamental directions of development: one focusing on the roughness of the medium; and one focusing on the interaction between highly oscillatory aspects of the function and the geometry of the medium.
Funding Amount $445,118
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects