**-- 10h-11h** -
John McCarthy, St Louis et Paris

The Hardy-Weyl algebra and Monomial Operators

Résumé: The Weyl algebra is the algebra generated by the operators of differentiation and
multiplication by x. It is much studied in algebra and analysis. What happens if you
replace the unbounded differentiation operator by a bounded integral operator, like
the Volterra operator V or the Hardy operator H, where V and H are operators on
L^{2}[0,1] given by

We shall discuss the algebra generated by multiplication by x and H, which we
call the Hardy-Weyl algebra. We shall also discuss other operators T on L^{2}[0,1] that
have the property that they take monomials to multiples of other monomials, i.e.
Tx^{n} = c_{n}x^{pn}.

This is joint work with Jim Agler.

**-- 11h15-12h15 ** -
Nikolaos Chalmoukis, Sarrebruck

The exceptional sets of the Drury Arveson space

Résumé: A classical theorem of Fatou [1] says that a function in the Hardy space of the disc has non tangential limits at almost every boundary point. Conversely for every compact set of Lebesgue measure zero in the boundary of the unit disc there exists a function in the Hardy space which fails to have non tangential limits exactly on this set. So we say that the exceptional sets are exactly the sets of Lebesgue measure zero.

In the unit ball of C^n there are two (different) spaces which play the role of the Hardy space in the unit disc. One is the Hardy space of the ball and the other one is the Drury Arveson space. For the first one, exceptional sets in the sense of Fatou have been characterized by Korányi [2].

In this talk we will give a characterization of the exceptional sets of the Drury Arveson space by introducing a new potential theory on the boundary of the unit ball in C^n or equivalently in the Heisenberg group.

[1] P. Fatou, (1906) Séries trigonométriques et séries de Taylor, Acta Mathematica, Acta Math. 30, 335–400.

[2] A. Korányi, (1969). Harmonic Functions on Hermitian Hyperbolic Space. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 135, 507–516.

**-- 14h30-15h30** -
Myrto Manolaki, Dublin

A strong form of Plessner's theorem and applications

Résumé: Let f be a holomorphic function on the unit disc. According to Plessner's theorem, for almost every point z on the unit circle, either (i) f has a finite nontangential limit at z, or (ii) the image f(S) of any Stolz angle S at z is dense in the complex plane. In this talk, we will see that condition (ii) can be replaced by a much stronger assertion. It turns out that this strong form of Plessner's theorem and its harmonic analogue on halfspaces improve classical results of Spencer, Stein and Carleson. Moreover, after a brief overview of the theory of universal Taylor series, we will see how our main theorem strengthens a result about their boundary behaviour. (Joint work with Stephen Gardiner)

**-- 15h45-16h45 ** -
Konstantinos Maronikolakis, Dublin

Properties of Abel Universal Functions

Résumé: In 2020, S. Charpentier showed that, for every sequence ρ = (ρ_{n})_{n} in [0, 1)
with ρ_{n} → 1 as n →∞, there exist holomorphic functions f in the unit disk
such that, for any proper compact subset K of the unit circle and any
continuous function h on K, there exists a subsequence (ρ_{λn})_{n} of ρ such that
|f(ρ_{λn}ζ) -ϕ(ζ)|→ 0 as n →∞ uniformly for ζ ∈ K. We call these functions Abel
universal. I will discuss properties of Abel universal functions and in particular
their similarities and differences with the universal Taylor series, which are
well studied in the field of universality. I will also present analogues of
Abel universal functions for the Hardy, Bergman and Dirichlet spaces.