7th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
In Memory of Professor Robert Strichartz
We will be dedicating the entire conference to Professor Strichartz. A special session will be scheduled during the conference for all to attend and reflect on their thoughts and memories of Bob. Bob is appreciated and recognized for his organizing of the Fractals Conference Community in 2002. He will be profoundly missed by family, friends, colleagues, and most of all, the students he mentored and influenced throughout his career.
A message from the Cornell Department of Mathematics Chair, Tara Holm:
We are excited to announce that the 7th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals will be held June 4, 2022 - June 8, 2022
After two consecutive cancellations due to Covid, we are currently planning the 2022 Fractals Conference. As normalcy returns to our lives, we look forward to hosting an in-person conference once again, collaborating with colleagues around the world, and sharing each others knowledge.
More information will be posted in the coming weeks/months as plans progress. Please check back as updates will continue to be posted.
The purpose of this conference, held every three years, is to bring together mathematicians who are already working in the area of analysis and probability on fractals with students and researchers from related areas. Information will be posted here as it becomes available.
Financial support will be provided to a limited number of participants to cover the cost of housing in Cornell single dormitory rooms and partially support other travel expenses. Students and junior researchers from underrepresented groups in STEM are particularly encouraged to apply for travel funding. Well-established researchers are encouraged to use their own travel funding; the NSF expects that most funds will be expended on otherwise unfunded mathematicians.
This conference supports the Welcoming Environment Statement of the Association for Women in Mathematics.
2022 Fractals Registration is now open. Go to the following link to register: https://cornell.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bxX33ts83Uh8Dki
The registration deadline is May 20th.
Priority for funding will be given to requests received by January 31st.
We anticipate funding decisions to be sent by February 15th.
HOUSING: On-campus housing has been reserved at William Keeton House for interested participants. Housing information and registration will be sent to housing registrants in late March/early April. On-campus housing will be a separate registration from the department Fractals registration and is administered through Cornell Conference Services. You will be able to indicate if you are interested in housing during the department registration and a link is provided to take you to the housing registration portal.
Housing Check-in: In-person registration will be conducted at the registration desk at William Keeton Service Center after 2 p.m. on June 3rd, 2022. No early arrivals are permitted without prior arrangements. The William Keeton House Service Center is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Guests arriving after 8:00 p.m. can call on-call student staff and the number will be posted at all building entrances.
Housing Check-out: Check out time is no later than 9:00 a.m., June 9th unless otherwise arranged.
RECEPTION: A reception will be held on Sunday, June 5th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in 532 Malott Hall.
2022 Fractals Conference Schedule - Updated 6/2/2022
We are continuing to update the schedule, so make sure to continue checking for revisions.
Certain talks will be given online by speakers unable to attend in person. An e-mail listing these talks and a link for attending them will be sent to registered participants prior to the start of the conference. In person talks will not be broadcast online.
A memorial for Professor Bob Strichartz will be held on Tuesday, June 7th at 4:00 p.m. We anticipate having an online attendance option for the service. Updates will be posted soon.
CONFERENCE SPEAKERS (Tentative listing):
- Eric Akkermans, Technion
- Michael Barnsley, Australian National University/Mathematical Sciences Institute
- Fabrice Baudoin, University of Connecticut
- Jun Cao, Zhejiang University of Technology
- Li Chen, Louisiana State University
- Claire David, Sorbonne Université
- Uta Freiberg, Technical University of Chemnitz
- David Hewett, University College London
- Palle Jorgensen, University of Iowa
- Natalia Jurga, University of St. Andrews
- Naotaka Kajino, Kobe University
- Jun Kigami, Kyoto University
- Maria Rosaria Lancia, Sapienza Universita Di Roma
- Michel Lapidus, University of California, Riverside
- Kasso Okoudjou, Tufts University
- Roberto Peirone, University Roma Tor Vergata
- Katarzyna Pietruska-Paluba, University of Warsaw
- Conrad Plaut, The University of Tennessee
- Olaf Post, Universitat Trier
- Anna Rozanova-Pierrat, Universite Paris-Saclay
- Tony Samuel, University of Birmingham
- Ecaterina Sava-Huss, University of Innsbruck Austria
- Nageswari Shanmugalingam, University of Cincinnati
- Kohei Suzuki, SNS Pisa
- Rodrigo Trevino, University of Maryland
- Alejandro Velez-Santiago, University of Puerto Rico
- Yimin Xiao, Michigan State University
- Martina Zahle, University of Jena
- Robert Strichartz (Founding Chair), Cornell University
- Patricia Alonso Ruiz, Texas A&M University
- Michael Hinz, Bielefeld University
- Kasso Okoudjou, Tufts University
- Luke Rogers, University of Connecticut
- Alexander Teplyaev, University of Connecticut
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This meeting is partially supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Thanks also to the staff at the Cornell Department of Mathematics for handling much of the organization of the meeting.
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