34th Southeastern Analysis Meeting (SEAM) conference, March 23-25, 2018
The 34th Southeastern Analysis Meeting will take place at Georgia Institute of Technology in March 23-25, 2018.
Organizers: Michael Lacey, Wing Li, Galyna Livshyts, Shahaf Nitzan.
The list of confirmed participants is here.
The meeting is partially sponsored by the College of Science at Georgia Tech and the NSF. Some funds will be available for travel and lodging. The speakers will receive reimbursement at the maximal amount for $400.00. As for the non-speakers, some additional funds may be available, but there is no guarantee at this point.
If you are interested in participating in the dinner in honor for Joe Ball, please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/X4uQaI5W3qIHrO7n2. The dinner will most likely take place at Le Fat and is organized by Quanlei Fang, QuanLei.Fang@bcc.cuny.edu
Dmitriy Bilyk (University of Minnesota)
Marianna Csiornei (University of Chicago)
Benjamin Jaye (Clemson University)
Yumeng Ou (MIT)
Stefan Richter (University of Tennessee)
Krystal Taylor (The Ohio State University)
Elisabeth Werner (Case Western Reserve University)
Brett Wick (Washington University at St. Louis)
A special session on topics related to system theory will be used to celebrate Joe Ball's contribution in the area in the occasion of his 70th birthday. Joe has been the leading expert in the area for more than thirty years and he has influenced generations of mathematicians to enter this exciting area in the intersection of System Theory and Operator Theory.
Lodging: Georgia Tech has some rooms with discounted rate at Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel. Reservations for the Event will be made by individual attendees directly with Marriott reservations at 1 (800) 468-3571 or (678) 412-2400. The discounted rooms must be booked before March 1, 2018. Please contact the organizers if you have any questions. Some of the other hotels near campus include Georgian Terrace, Crowne plaza, Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Midtown, Hyatt Atlanta Midtown.
The Southeastern Analysis Meetings has established a strong tradition in the US as one of the prime venues to bring together seasoned and novel researchers, including graduate students, to exchange recent progress and advances in various areas of Analysis. These areas include, in particular, the subfields of Harmonic Analysis, Convex Analysis, Complex Analysis, Operator Theory and Probability, as well as many others.
Past conference locations:
• University of Tennessee, Knoxville (2017)
• University of Southern Florida, Tampa (2016)
• University of Georgia, Athens (2015)
• Clemson University, Clemson (2014)
• Virginia Tech, Blacksburg (2013)
• University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa (2012)
• University of Florida, Gainesville (2011)
• Georgia Tech, Atlanta (2010)
• University of South Florida, Tampa, (2009)
• Vanderbilt University, Nashville (2008)
• University of Richmond, Richmond (2007)
• University of Florida, Gainesville (2006)
• Washington and Lee University, Lexington (2005)
• University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa (2004)
• University of Tennessee, Knoxville (2003)
• University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (2002)
• University of Georgia, Athens (2001)
• University of Virginia, Charlottesville (2000)
• Vanderbilt University, Nashville (1999)
• University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa (1998)
• University of Florida, Gainesville (1997)
• University of Richmond, Richmond (1996)
• Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta (1995)
• Virginia Tech, Blacksburg (1994)
• Memphis State University, Memphis (1993)
• University of Tennessee, Knoxville (1992)
• University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill(1991)
• University of South Carolina, Columbia (1990)
• University of Georgia, Athens (1989)
• University of Virginia, Charlottesville (1988)
• University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa (1987)
• University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1986)
• Virginia Tech, Blacksburg (1985)
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