Texas Analysis and Mathematical Physics (TexAMP) Symposium

DateOctober 26-28, 2018

Baylor's Department of Mathematics will host the annual Texas Analysis and Mathematical Physics (TexAMP) symposium on campus on October 26-28. TexAMP is a regional weekend meeting held annually. The meeting includes main presentations by leading researchers in their fields, and provides conference participants an opportunity to present contributed talks. This is the sixth annual TexAMP conference and the first to be held at Baylor University.

The main speakers for this meeting are Yaiza Canzani (University of North Carolina), Nets Katz (Cal Tech), Peter Miller (University of Michigan), Marius Mitrea (University of Missouri), Serge Treil (Brown University), Dan-Virgil Voiculescu (University of California Berkeley), Steve Zelditch (Northwestern University) and Maciej Zworski (University of California Berkeley).

Contributed talks will be held on Saturday afternoon, October 27, 2018. The duration of a contributed talk is 20 minutes. Participation by early career researchers and traditionally underrepresented groups is especially encouraged.

The organizers for this year's meeting are Jon Harrison (Baylor), Brian Simanek (Baylor), Thomas Chen (University of Texas at Austin), David Damanik (Rice University), and Constanze Liaw (University of Delaware).

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PublisherOffice of the Vice Provost for Research
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