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Andras Kroo


Andras Kroo - Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HUNGRÍA)

András Kroó received his MS degree from Moscow State University (1976) and PhD from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (1979). He is a research fellow at the Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and also a professor at the Department of Analysis, Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

In addition, András Kroó was a visitng professor and research scholar at numeruous institutuions, including Texas A&M University, University of South Florida, Old Dominion University, Kent State University, Vanderbilt University, Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Royal Institute of Technology (Stokholm), Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa).

He serves on editorial boards of several international periodicals, is a recepient of different scientific awards. András Kroó published more than 100 research papers and was plenary speaker at various international conferences. His main research interest is in approximation theory, extremal properties of multivariate polynomials, multivariate constructive function theory.


Project: Study asymptotic properties and distribution of zeros of general Chebyshev type extremal polynomials associated with the usual Lp-norm on compact subsets of the real line endowed with Borel measures.

Investigate the relationship between optimal polynomial meshes and Gaussian-type cubature formulas on convex sets in the d-space.

Explore the methods of multivariate orthogonal polynomials and extremal multivariate polynomial inequalities in order to obtain new exact Markov and Bernstein type inequalities for multivariate polynomials in L2 norm.

Stay Period: JAN 12 - JUN 13


Lecturer: Profesor Dr. Andras Kroo
Tittle: Bernstein-Markov type inequalities on star-like domains in R^d with application to norming sets
Date: May 16, 2013 at 16:00h
Place: Aula de Grados of Building Padre Soler