Baylor Analysis Fest
"From Operator Theory to Orthogonal Polynomials, Combinatorics, and Number Theory"
May 23 - 27, 2022
We plan for a hybrid meeting, or, if absolutely necessary, for an online meeting, depending on COVID restrictions.
The conference is organized around topics of Analysis such as Operator and Spectral Theory, Special Functions and Orthogonal Polynomials, and their connections with Combinatorics, Probability Theory, and Number Theory.
We will also celebrate Lance L. Littlejohn’s accomplishments in building the mathematics department at Baylor University for well over a decade now.
Click here for the preliminary list of participants (to be updated).
Titles and abstracts: TBA
Local Organizing Committee:
Scientific Advisory Committee (Baylor University):
- Jameson Graber
- Paul Hagelstein
- Jon Harrison
- Robert Kirby
- Jeonghun (John) Lee
- Jonathan Meddaugh
- Tao Mei
- Dorina Mitrea
- Marius Mitrea
- Ron Morgan
- Brian Simanek
The Department of Mathematics is located on the third floor of the Sid Richardson Science Building (Paul L. Foster Success Center). On the Campus Map, the Sid Richardson Science Building is the horseshoe-shaped building just to the left of Waco Creek in the heart of the campus. See the map link below that identifies the Sid Richardson Building.
The plenary talks will take place in the Marrs McLean Building, Room 301. The rest of the talks (organized in two parallel sessions) will take place in Sid Richardson Science Building, Rooms 208 and 344. Coffee breaks and lunches (catering) are also taking place in Sid Richardson, Room 340.
Baylor University lies in Waco, Texas on Interstate I-35 between Dallas/Fort Worth and Austin, Texas.
Hotel Map Link
Financial Support: Limited financial support is available to support the local expenses of the participants without external support. Junior researchers, graduate students and members from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply for financial support.
Wi-Fi connection: By all means plan on using eduroam if you have it. If you don't have it, get it now if your institution is a member. Other possibilities exist but are far inferior and cumbersome to organize.
Parking: If you plan to park a car on campus during the conference, please use this link (and continue on the next page by clicking on "Click Here to Register for a Visitor Permit" and later, "Are you a visitor?") to register as a visitor. The visiting parking slots comprise the first 3 rows starting from the left when confronting the main entrance of Sid Richardson, the mathematics building (between 3rd and 4th street); they are marked in green. (Faculty and Staff parking slots are are to the right of the visitor slots and marked in yellow.) See the following map:
Visitor Parking Map Link
Sponsored by College of Arts and Sciences and Department of Mathematics of Baylor University, and the National Science Foundation.