The goal of MWAA is to facilitate interactions between mathematicians from the midwestern United States working in approximation theory, mathematical physics, potential theory, 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 by National Science Foundation grants DMS1837155 and DMS1745012 and by the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA). It will take place on IU Bloomington campus. The talks will be held at Swain Hall East 105 with coffee breaks set up at Rawles Hall lounge. If you are planning to drive to campus, parking will be free on any campus lot during the weekend. The closest ones are the Atwater parking garage, Henderson parking garage, and the big outdoor lots between Atwater St. and Third St. (between Fess St. and Woodlawn).
Accommodation of speakers is arranged by the organizers. All other participants are expected to book their hotel themselves. Nearby hotels include Courtyard by Marriott (0.7 miles from workshop), Hyatt Place (0.8 miles from workshop), Hilton Garden Inn (0.9 miles from workshop), Travelodge by Wyndham (1.3 miles from workshop), Hampton Inn (1.7 miles from workshop), Comfort Inn (2.2 miles from workshop), Holiday Inn (2.3 miles from workshop). We ask graduate student participants to stay at 2 bedroom rooms to decrease the expenses as the funding is severly limited this year. There also will be a conference dinner on Saturday night (cost ~ $30).
We should be able to cover traveling and lodging expenses for all the participants. If funding permits we shall cover per diem as well. Anyone interested in participating should complete the registration form below. Those needing financial support should expect to hear back from us mid September. All graduate students are encouraged to present a poster.