Emiel Lorist

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

University of Helsinki

P.O. Box 68 (Pietari Kalmin katu 5)

FI-00014 University of Helsinki

Finland

Office: A421 in building Exactum

emiel.lorist at helsinki dot fi

About Me

I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki. I previously obtained my PhD degree at Delft University of Technology with Prof.dr.ir. M.C. Veraar as my advisor. My research is focused on the interplay between real harmonic analysis, (stochastic) partial differential equations and Banach space geometry. My research can be found on:

My CV can be found here

Recorded Talks

During the pandemic, I gave various online presentations, some of which have been recorded. In particular:

  • A talk on my memoir on "Euclidean structures and operator theory in Banach spaces" in the Analysis Seminar in Delft. The recording can be found here.

  • My PhD Defense, where I defended my PhD Dissertation titled "Vector-valued harmonic analysis with applications to SPDE. My dissertation can be accessed here, my propositions here and the recording here. Moreover, prerecorded a layman talk (in Dutch), in which I explain the title of my dissertation to non-mathematicians.

  • A joint talk with Nick Lindemulder on our recent work on "A discrete framework for the interpolation of Banach spaces" in the Banach spaces webinar. The recording is on Youtube.

  • A talk on my recent work "Operator-free sparse domination" together with Andrei Lerner and Sheldy Ombrosi in Corona seminar organized by Alberto Debernardi, Mario Milman and Oscar Dominguez-Bonilla. The recording can be found here.

  • An interview in the podcast "Literatur-Rundschau" by Jonas Sauer on my recent work "Operator-free sparse domination" together with Andrei Lerner and Sheldy Ombrosi. The audio file can be downloaded here.