University of Cincinnati | January 29-30, 2011 | Cincinnati, Ohio
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The inaugural Ohio River Analysis Meeting will be hosted by the Department of Mathematics at the University of Cincinnati from January 29-30, 2011.All talks are in 301 Braunstein Hall.
Invited Speakers:Fedor Nazarov, University of Wisconsin
Talk Title: The A2 conjecture for classical singular integral operators is true
Cristina Pereyra, University of New Mexico
Talk Title: Sharp bounds for commutators on weighted Lebesgue spaces
Igor Verbitsky, University of Missouri
Talk Title: Hessian and fractional Laplacian inequalities
Michael Weinstein, Columbia University
Talk Title: Waves in Microstructures
Contributed Talks:There will be approximately twenty short contributed talks by participants. Priority is given to graduate students and those in early stages of their careers.
Travel Support:We anticipate providing some travel support for participants as needed (and as available).
To contribute a talk or to be considered for travel support,
Please fill out the registration page by December 15, 2010.
The Ohio River Analysis Meeting is made possible by generous support from:
• University of Cincinnati Mathematics Department
• University of Kentucky Mathematics Department
• University of Cincinnati College of Arts and Sciences
• University of Cincinnati Office of Research
• National Science Foundation
Organizers:Michael Goldberg, University of Cincinnati
Leonid Slavin, University of Cincinnati Changyou Wang, University of Kentucky
The Ohio River Analysis Meeting is a joint project of the University of Cincinnati Department of Mathematical Sciences and the University of Kentucky Department of Mathematics.
Contact Information:If you would like further information, please contact Michael Goldberg