Anal.Math.Phys. (2018) 8:169–170 https://doi.org/10.1007/s13324-018-0236-6 EDITORIAL Dima Khavinson’s 60th: A conference on complex functions, operators, partial differential equations, and applications in mathematical physics 1 2 Erik Lundberg · Razvan Teodorescu Published online: 30 May 2018 © Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018 1 Foreword This special issue of Analysis and Mathematical Physics is based on presentations given during the conference dedicated to Dmitry (Dima) Khavinson’s 60th anniversary, held in June 2017 at the Mittag Lefﬂer Institute, Stockholm. The general theme of this event was focused on those areas in which Professor Khavinson has made signiﬁcant contributions, such as obtaining a number of fundamental results in several ﬁelds of mathematical analysis, and creating novel connections between subjects and methods as different as pure complex analysis and applied astrophysics. The special issue consists of original papers pertaining to these research areas from the ﬁeld of mathematical analysis in general, and in function theory, partial differential equations, harmonic analysis and potential theory, in particular. These are complemented by a selection of open problems, proposed by some of the conference participants, organized thematically. Dima Khavinson’s work with Harold Shapiro in the 1980s on several free boundary problems is nowadays credited with
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