Topics in harmonic analysis: Fourier restriction and decoupling

Joshua Zahl (University of British Columbia)

Jan 1, 2024 — Apr 30, 2024

About the course

We will cover the advances in decoupling theory beginning with Bourgain and Demeter’s 2014 proof of the $l^2$ decoupling conjecture. We will also cover Fourier restriction theory, and in particular the recent use of tools such as the polynomial method.


This course is available for registration under the Western Dean's Agreement. To register, you must obtain the approval of the course instructor and you must complete the Western Dean's agreement form , using the details below. The completed form should be signed by your home institution department and school of graduate studies, then returned to the host institution of the course.

Enrollment Details

Course Name
Topics in harmonic analysis: Fourier restriction and decoupling
Jan 1, 2024 — Apr 30, 2024
Course Number
Math 610D
Section Number
Section Code


For help with completing the Western Dean’s agreement form, please contact the graduate student program coordinator at your institution. For more information about the agreement, please see the Western Dean's Agreement website

Other Course Details

Lecture Times

Lectures will take place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11:00am-12:00pm (Pacific Time)

Remote Access

Lectures will be shared via zoom. Students will need to have installed the zoom app on their desktop/laptop.