"Complex Analysis and Applications" is a PRIN research project which brings together Italian based complex analysts working in one and several complex variables.
The project is new, but the research community carrying it over has been operating over the years, it is well rooted in the international community of the complex analysts, it is open and interdisciplinary, crossbreeding with Harmonic Analysis, Differential Geometry, PDE's, and more.
As the project develops, this webpage will work as its virtual hub: it will timely inform on the activities of the group, it will be the repository of its materials (including videos and notes of some of our seminars and lecture series, links to preprints), and it will be instrumental to dissemination and outreach activities.

The project's PI is Marco Peloso, Università degli Studi di Milano (Ph.D. Washington U. in St. Louis 1990). The project's units are based in Milano, Bologna (coordinator: Nicola Arcozzi, Ph.D. Washington U. in St. Louis 1995), Padova (coordinator: Luca Baracco, PhD U. of Bologna 1999), Potenza (coordinator: Sorin Dragomir, PhD SUNY Stony Brook 1992), and one is based at the Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica (coordinator: Gian Maria Dall'Ara, PhD Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa 2014).

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