University of Cincinnati | March 9-10, 2013 | Cincinnati, Ohio
& Hotel Info
The Third Ohio River
Analysis Meeting takes place on March 9-10 2013,
Invited Speakers:Rodrigo Bañuelos, Purdue University
Fourier multipliers arising from Lévy processes
Tanya Christiansen, University of Missouri
Counting resonances for Schrödinger operators
Robert Hardt, Rice University
Some Homology and Cohomology Theories for a Metric Space
Steve Hofmann, University of Missouri
Recent progress on the theory of boundary value problems
for divergence form elliptic equations
Alexei Poltoratski, Texas A&M University
Gelfand-Levitan theory for the Dirac equation
Info for Participants:There will be approximately twenty short contributed talks by participants, given during the afternoon sessions. In the event that the number of requests to give a contributed talk exceeds the time available, priority is given to graduate students, postdocs, and faculty in the early stages of their careers.
Travel support will be available for conference participants, and is not limited to the contributing speakers.
Update: The deadline for requesting travel support or to contribute a talk has passed.
Interested participants are still encouraged to register by contacting the organizers.
ORAM welcomes participation by members of under-represented groups.
Sponsors:The Ohio River Analysis Meeting is made possible by generous support from these organizations:
• National Science Foundation
• Charles Phelps Taft Research Center
• University of Cincinnati Department of Mathematical Sciences
• University of Kentucky Mathematics Department
• University of Cincinnati McMicken College of Arts and Sciences
• University of Cincinnati Office of Research
Local Organizing Committee:Michael Goldberg [send mail], University of Cincinnati
Leonid Slavin [send mail], University of Cincinnati Nages Shanmugalingam, university of Cincinnati
Peter Hislop, University of Kentucky
Katharine Ott, University of Kentucky
Changyou Wang, University of Kentucky