The Second Mid-Atlantic Analysis Meeting will take place online in Fall 2020. The purpose of the program is to provide a platform to bring together early career analysts, primarily from mid-sized US Ph.D. granting institutions within the Mid-Atlantic region broadly construed. The scientific focus of the program is on interactions at the interface of geometric measure theory, geometric functional analysis, harmonic analysis, operator algebras, probability theory and PDE. Due to the pandemic, all activities will take place on Zoom. There are two main components of the program:
There is a seminar series throughout the Fall semester, held weekly on Fridays at 3pm Eastern Time, starting from September 4th, 2020. Please visit the Seminar page for more details, including the Zoom link, schedule, and how to submit a talk.
Another key component of the program is a three-day online conference, to be held from Friday, October 16th to Sunday, October 18th, 2020. The conference will feature plenary lectures by leading mathematicians in diverse subfields of analysis, contributed talks by early career analysts, and a career panel session tailored to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. Please visit the Conference page for more details, including the Zoom link, schedule, and how to submit a talk. (For guaranteed full consideration, conference talks should be submitted by the end of Saturday, October 10th.)
Plenary Speakers of the Program:
- Michael Brannan (Texas A&M University)
- Andrea R. Nahmod (University of Massachusetts-Amherst)
- Shahaf Nitzan (Georgia Institute of Technology)
- Kasso A. Okoudjou (Tufts University)
- Stefan Steinerberger (University of Washington)
- Betsy Stovall (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
- Tatiana Toro (University of Washington)
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