7th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals - Postponed until 2021
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Important Announcements: COVID-19
In consideration of the COVID-19 pandemic, conference organizers have decided to postpone the planned Cornell Fractals 7 conference until June 2021 or until permissible by state and university guidelines. If you have registered or otherwise indicated your interest in participating you do not need to do anything at this time. We hope to see you next year. Please be healthy and stay safe. (Posted March 17, 12:27 p.m.)
While plans for the upcoming Fractals Conference are still continuing, Cornell is updating precautionary policies and restrictions in regards to COVID-19 on a daily basis. We will post any updates here and send an e-mail to all registered participants if any changes are made. (posted March 11, 1:15 p.m.)
Cornell University, among other national educational institutions, have just come aware of conference speakers/participants being contacted either by e-mail or phone to give out credit card information for lodging. We will never ask for credit card information over the phone or by e-mail, and all payments are processed by a secure link to Cornell Business Services. If you have any questions regarding this please contact any of the organizers or the event conference coordinator.
June 9, 2020 - June 13, 2020
Planning has begun for Fractals 7. 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.
Go to Fractals Registration to register for the conference.
- Funding requests are due by March 22nd.
- Funding decisions will be announced by approximately April 6th.
- Last day to register is May 15th.
HOUSING: On-campus housing has been reserved at William Keeton House for interested participants. Housing information and registration will be sent to participants after funding announcements are sent out in 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.
Banquet: A banquet will be held on June 10th in the Physical Sciences Building/Baker Portico Atrium. Banquet information and registration will be sent to participants in April.
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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, University of Connecticut
David Croydon, Kyoto University
Claire David, Sorbonne Université and Université Côte d'Azur
Uta Freiberg, Technical University of Chemnitz
Ben Hambly, University of Oxford
Alan Haynes, University of Houston
David Hewett, University College London
Palle Jorgensen, University of Iowa
Naotaka Kajino, Kobe University
Mathias Keller, Uni Potsdam
Richard Kenyon, Yale University
Jun Kigami, Kyoto University
Maria Rosaria Lancia, Sapienza Universita Di Roma
Michel Lapidus, University of California Riverside
Ka-Sing Lau, Chinese University of Hong Kong and University of Pittsburgh
Sze-Man Ngai, Georgia Southern University
Roberto Peirone, University Roma Tor Vergata
Katarzyna Pietruska-Paluba, University of Warsaw
Conrad Plaut, University of Tennessee
Olaf Post, Universitat Trier
Hua Qiu, Nanjing University
Anna Rozanova-Pierrat, Universite Paris-Saclay
Ecaterina Sava-Huss, University of Innsbruck Austria
Kohei Suzuki, SNS Pisa
Rodrigo Trevino, University of Maryland
Yimin Xiao, Michigan State University
- Robert Strichartz (chair), Cornell University
- Patricia Alonso Ruiz, Texas A&M University
- Michael Hinz, Bielefeld 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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