On the weekend of November 9-10 2019, Baylor's Department of Mathematics will be hosting the sixth meeting of the Brazos Analysis Seminar.
This NSF-funded series of analysis workshops meets every semester on campuses of the three sponsoring universities: Baylor University, Texas A&M University, and University of Houston.
The topic of the meeting will be (loosely) centered around non-commutative functional/harmonic analysis.
The goal is to bring together analysts at academic institutions within the South-Central region of the United States on a regular basis to communicate their research, with a particular emphasis on providing an opportunity for young researchers and graduate students to meet, collaborate and disseminate their work on a regular basis during the academic year.
We encourage faculty, graduate students and post docs to attend; we expect to cover most of their local expenses.
The invited speakers of the upcoming meeting include:
• Irina Holmes (Texas A&M)
• David Kerr (Texas A&M)
• Greg Knese (Washington Univ. St. Louis)
• David Milan (UT Tyler)
• Matthias Neufang (Carleton University, Canada)
• Thomas Sinclair (Purdue)
• Quanhua Xu (Univ. de Bourgogne Franche-Comté and Harbin Institute of Tech.)
• Dechao Zheng (Vanderbilt)
• Dylan Domel-White (U. of Houston)
• Frank Lin (UT Austin)
You may find more details of the conference, including a registration form, on the seminar's web page:
Brazos Analysis Seminar
Please register at your earliest convenience if you plan to attend the meeting. The deadline for registration so that a hotel room will be booked for you, is Oct. 19 (Saturday), 2019.
On behalf of the organizers,
Michael Brannan (Texas A&M University), Mehrdad Kalantar
(University of Houston) and Tao Mei
(Baylor University), we hope to see you in November!
LINKS TO PREVIOUS MEETINGS:
•Spring 2019: University of Houston
•Spring 2018: Baylor University
•Fall 2017: University of Houston
•Spring 2017: Texas A&M University