Midwestern Workshop on Asymptotic Analysis

Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, October 6–8th, 2017

Past Workshops: 2016 | 2015 | 2014

General Information

The goal of MWAA is to facilitate interactions between mathematicians from the midwestern United States working in approximation theory, mathematical physics, potential theory, and complex analysis by bringing them together in an informal way for a two day workshop. A major objective is to expose attending graduate students to different areas of analysis. We hope these meetings will help to strengthen the partnership and increase the collaboration between analysts in the midwest. We would appreciate if you could help us to disseminate information about the workshop by printing and posting our poster at your department.

This year workshop is supported in part by National Science Foundation and Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant. It will take place on IUPUI campus. The keynote address will take place in the Science building, room LD010 (refreshments will be available in LD 259). The talks will be held in the Technology building, room ET202, with coffee breaks set up in LD259.

If you are planning to drive to campus, please, look for visitors parking (you will have to pay, but we shall reimburse you later). The closest visitor parking to Technology and Science buildings are North Street Parking Garage and Gateway Parking Garage. For more visitor parking, please, consult this map. Please, consider carpooling.

Accommodation of speakers is arranged by the organizers. All other participants are expected to book their hotel themselves. Participants are encouraged to stay at Candlewood Suites, where a block of rooms is reserved for MWAA participants. Reservations can be made at 317-536-7700. The rooms reserved include studios and 2 bedroom suites. Please, consider sharing a 2 bedroom suite as this year workshop funding is very constrained.

The program and the list of submitted abstracts can be found here.

More picture from the workshop can be found here.