Fourier analytic and probabilistic methods in geometric functional
analysis and convexity.
Supported by the Department of Mathematical Sciences & FRG Collaborative Research:
Fourier analytic and probabilistic methods in geometric functional analysis and convexity.
August 13-20, 2008
Please e-mail Dmitry Ryabogin firstname.lastname@example.org
or Artem Zvavitch email@example.com
for more information.
The school is oriented towards graduate students, postdocs and researchers who wish to get an introduction to the subject. The school will feature several series's of lectures.
- Alexander Barvinok (University of Michigan),
- Piotr Indyk (Massachusetts Institute of Technology),
- Fedor Nazarov (University of Wisconsin-Madison),
- Krzysztof Oleszkiewicz (University of Warsaw),
Gideon Schechtman (Weizmann Institute of Science),
- Rolf Schneider (University of Freiburg),
- Mikhail Sodin (Tel Aviv University),
- Santosh S. Vempala (Georgia Institute of Technology).
Financial Support: With NSF funding we will be able to cover local and, probably, travel expenses for a limited number of participants, so, please, reply as soon as possible to Dmitry Ryabogin or Artem Zvavitch. Minorities, women, graduate students, and young researchers are especially encouraged to attend!
Again, please, note that your early response will help us gauge the needs for
housing, lecture room(s), etc!