Banach Spaces and their Applications

International conference dedicated to 70th anniversary of Professor A.M.Plichko

Anatolij Mykolajovych Plichko 

(Tolya for friends) was born on July 20, 1949 in the village Chervona Kamyanka in Kirovograd Region in Central Ukraine. Outstanding mathematical abilities which Anatolij demonstrated during elementary and middle school years encouraged his parents to send him to Kyiv boarding school for physical and mathematical sciences.


After graduating from this school Anatolij was accepted to Kyiv University where he was majoring in Mathematics. His research interests started to develop when he was attending a course “Topological Vector Spaces” which Yuri Petunin was teaching using the Bourbaki’s book as a text. In this course Petunin suggested his students several research problems, solving some of them was the first experience of mathematical research for Anatolij. In 1972 Anatolij got his Master’s degree and entered a Ph. D. program. He completed his Ph. D. Thesis under supervision of Petunin in 1975.


Eventually Banach space theory became the main area of research interests for Anatolij (it was not the case for his Ph. D. advisor Petunin). In this connection Anatolij established close scientific contacts with the most authoritative Soviet expert in Banach space theory - Mikhail Kadets (whose last name is also spelled as Kadec), and members of Kadets’ school (Vladimir Fonf, Boris Godun, Vladimir Kadets, Mikhail Ostrovskii).


Anatolij shares the view on mathematics as a source of attractive problems, this view was promoted by Mikhail Kadets during all of his research career.


Anatolij was successful with very many of such problems.


Anatolij has deep interests in history and Ukrainian literature. His high ethical standards, high level of independence, ability to get interested quickly in a rather distant research direction attracted to him many colleagues and students during his research career.



We are pleased to announce that the International conference dedicated to 70th anniversary of Professor A.M.Plichko "Banach Spaces and their Applications" organized by
  • Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
  • Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University
  • Yuriy Fedkovych National University at Chernivtsi
  • Pidstryhach Institute for Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics
will be held on 26 - 29 June, 2019 in Lviv.



  • Arrival of participants - June 25;
  • Working days - June 26-28 (plenary lectures & sections);
  • Excursion day - June 29 (history lecture, the Scottish café, center of Lviv, Lviv cemetery and the grave of Stefan Banach);
  • Departure  of participants - June 30.



  • Geometry of Banach spaces (M.Ostrovskii)
  • Analysis in Banach spaces (A.Zagorodnyuk)
  • Operator theory (R.Hryniv, Ya.Mykytyuk)
  • Applications of Banach space theory (A.Prykarpatski)
  • Real Analysis. (V.Maslyuchenko)
  • Complex Analysis (I.Chyzhykov, O.Skaskiv)
  • Topology and Topological Algebra (T.Banakh, O.Gutik, M.Zarichny)



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Abstract Submission Deadline: April 15,2019



Please register using the registration form.
Registration deadline: April 15, 2019.


Conference fee

Conference fee (100 Euro) should be paid upon arrival, during the registration.
The regular conference fee covers: conference materials, coffee breaks, conference dinner and excursion.
The participants that have no grant support can ask for a reduction.


The talks duration will depend on the number of talks, and the possible options are 20, 30 and 40 min.
We will inform you the exact duration of your talks by May 15, 2019 (after composing a preliminary version of the program).
Working language of the conference is English.