Dept. of Mathematics, McGill University
Burnside Hall, 805 Sherbrooke St. W.
Montreal, Que. H3A 2K6

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Harmonic analysis (classical): trigonometric series, Fourier
transforms, multiplier operators, LittlewoodPaley theory, harmonic
functions on R^n , Hardy spaces, square functions, and connections to
probability theory and to ergodic theory.
PUBLICATIONS
Recent Journal Articles
[14]. Klemes, I. Examples of Lambda(4) sets E and a graph structure
in E X E, Studia Math. 133 (2) (1999), 101120.
[13]. Dooley, A. H., Klemes, I. and Quas, A. N. Product and Markov
measures of type III, J. Austral. Math. Soc.(Series A) 64 (1998), 84
110.
[12]. Klemes, I. and Reinhold, K. Rank one transformations with
singular spectral type, Israel J. of Math., 98 (1997), 114.
[11]. Klemes, I. The spectral type of the staircase transformation,
Tohoku Math. J., 48 (1996), 247258.
[10]. Hare, K.E. and Klemes, I. On permutations of acunary
intervals, Trans. Am. Math. Soc., 347, 10 (1995) 41054127.
[9]. Klemes, I. A note on Hardy's inequality, Can. Math. Bull.
Vol.36, 4, (1993) 442448.
[8]. Hare, K.E. and Klemes, I. A new type of LittlewoodPaley
partition, Arkiv for Mat. 30, 2 (1992) 297309.
[7]. Banuelos, R., Klemes, I., Moore, C. The lower bound in the law
of the iterated logarithm for harmonic functions, Duke Math. J. 60. 3
(1990) 689715.
INVITED LECTURES
Recent presentations
20. Analysis Seminar, U. of New South Wales, 1994, On 1norms of
exponential sums.
21. Colloquium, U. of Hawaii, 1994, On 1norms of exponential sums.
22. Analysis Seminar, University of Wollongong, Australia, 1995, On p
norms of Fejer's kernel.
23. Seminar in Pure Mathematics, University of N.S.W., Australia,
1996, On pnorms of exponential sums.
24. Colloquium, Michigan State U., East Lansing, 1996, Conjectures
on Partial Orderings of Distribution Functions of Exponential Sums on
the Circle.
25. Invited speaker (30 min) Colloque de Sciences Mathématiques du
Québec, Montreal, October 1998, Szego's theorem with a constraint
parameter.
26. McGill Statistics Seminar, October 1999, Open problems on certain
matrices of zeros and ones.
GRADUATE STUDENTS
Currently: 1 PhD
Completed: 3 PhD's(1 cosupervised), 6 Masters (1 cosupervised)
COURSES
(Undergraduate)
 Calculus I and II, 2 semesters, McGill.
This required coordinating over 500 students in 17 tutorials.
 Advanced Calculus, 1 semester, McGill (coordinator for 270 students)
 Complex Analysis, 3 semesters, McGill
 Complex Variables & Transforms, 5 semesters, McGill
 Introduction to Probability, 1 semester, University of Hawaii
 Ordinary Differential Equations, 4 semesters, McGill
 Analysis, 6 semesters, McGill, University of British Columbia
 Calculus ("remedial"), 1 semester, University of British Columbia
(Graduate)
 General Topology, 1 semester, McGill
 Harmonic Analysis, 3 1/2 semesters, McGill
 Functional Analysis, 1 semester, McGill
 Advanced Complex Analysis, 1 semester, McGill
 Advanced Real Analysis I & II, 2 semesters, McGill
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