The staff of the Department conduct research in selected problems of two domains: convex and nonlinear analysis. In particular, algebraic, analytic, geometrical and topological properties of pairs of closed convex sets are investigated, among others:
are recurrent topics.
Another direction of research is nonlinear analysis. Among the topics discussed are:
From 14 to 17 July 2015 dr Piotr Kasprzak and mgr Adam Nawrocki took part in the International Conference on Nonlinear Operators, Differential Equations and Applications, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Dr Piotr Kasprzak delivered a lecture entitled On integrate-and-fire models with almost periodic forcing term.
Mgr Adam Nawrocki delivered a lecture entitled On Levitan almost periodic functions with applications to differential equations.
From 14 to 18 September 2015 prof. UAM dr hab. Dariusz Bugajewski, dr Marcin Borkowski, dr Piotr Kasprzak and mgr Jędrzej Sadowski took part in the VII Symposium on Nonlinear Analysis conference in Toruń, Poland.
Prof. Dariusz Bugajewski delivered a talk entitled On some classes of almost periodic functions.
Dr Marcin Borkowski delivered a talk entitled On certain properties of diversities.
Dr Piotr Kasprzak delivered a talk entitled Nonlinear superposition operators in -spaces.
Mgr Jędrzej Sadowski delivered a talk entitled Nonautonomous superposition operators in the spaces of functions of Lambda bounded variation.
From 23 to 26 June 2015 prof. UAM dr hab. Dariusz Bugajewski took part in the 30th Summer Conference on Topology and its Applications, Galway, Ireland.